Subject: Travel Pool Report No. 1
Marine One touched down at Andrews about 8:41 p.m. on a warm and breezy late summer evening. President Obama, wearing a dark suit and tie, stepped out of the helicopter a few minutes later and slowly walked to the plane with a uniformed Air Force officer. Obama stopped to take photos with a few base officials at the foot of the plane before jogging up the steps. At the top of the stairs, he turned and waved, then stepped on board.
Obama was accompanied from the helicopter by Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, Rob Nabors and Jen Palmieri. Your pool was told Jay Carney already was on board.
Shortly before 9 p.m., Air Force One was rolling for the approximately 7 hour 25 minute flight to Stockholm.
The Washington Post
Subject: Pool report #2
Marine One lands outside the White House at 8:24 p.m., with its wings grinding and screeching on the South Lawn as the pool awaits Obama. Obama, alone, exits the building at 8:28 p.m. and steps into Marine One. A few seconds later, eight others also boarded. The aircraft departed by 8:32 p.m.
The president is headed to Stockholm, Sweden for one day before heading to the G-20 summit. Obama will spend Thursday and Friday in St. Petersburg, Russia for the annual summit, where talks will likely center on the international response to the Syrian civil war.