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President Obama stops on Air Station Cape Cod

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

President Barack Obama visits Air Station Cape Cod on the way to Martha's Vineyard for his presidential vacation. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech.Sgt. Jeffery Foster)

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass. -- President Barack Obama stopped briefly at Air Station Cape Cod on Aug. 18, before heading to join his family on Martha's Vineyard for vacation. As he stepped off Air Force One, the president was greeted by elected officials of the Massachusetts state government and senior leaders of Air Station Cape Cod and Otis Air National Guard Base. Before boarding Marine One for the short flight to Martha's Vineyard, the president made time to shake hands and talk with honored guests on-hand for his arrival.