Ronald Reagan

Photo of the Day: Reagan Statue at National Airport

From left: Frederick Ryan Jr., chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation; former Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole; Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Charles Snelling, chairman of the Board of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, unveil the statue of President Reagan, on Nov. 1, 2011, at Washington’s Ronald Reagan National Airport.

Nice.
The statue at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport — renamed from Washington National Airport in 1998 — stands 9 feet tall and portrays the suited president mid-step as he welcomes travelers to the original airport terminal.

The $900,000 statue is the last of four privately funded centennial statues endorsed by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation.

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  1. He was on of the greatest men in US political life. His reform changed political way of life of the USA and raised authority of the USA tremendously. This statue is gratitude for him.

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