EagleMed dedicates helicopter in Shocker colors

WICHITA, Kansas – A new helicopter was dedicated Tuesday at the EagleMed headquarters at Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport.

The new helicopter features WuShock and Shocker colors. WuShock was in attendance for the dedication along with representatives of EagleMed.

“We were able to purchase this new Bell 407 helicopter. It came in the colors that represent the home team here for which we’re all really proud and so yes, it was just a no brainer,” said Larry Bugg, EagleMed President.

Photos: WSU Shocker EagleMed helicopter

Last year, the Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad unveiled a newly painted locomotive with several Shocker logos.

EagleMed LLC, headquartered in Wichita, is a privately owned and operated critical care air medical and ground transport service.

EagleMed has 475 employees and operates 15 medical helicopters, 20 Beechcraft King Air fixed-wing aircraft, and six ground ambulances in 12 States.

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