Ind. State Police Get New Hangar for Aviation Fleet

Indiana State Police’s (ISP) aviation fleet and special operations unit will now be housed in a new hangar at the Indy South Greenwood Airport, according to the Daily Journal. The department's aviation section and special operations section are now located in a 16,000-square-foot hangar and office space, located south of the main hangar on the airport’s property off County Line Road and Emerson Avenue. The city paid for the hangar.

The massive warehouse-style structure has room to house ISP’s helicopters and planes. On July 21, the hangar was filled with two state police helicopters, two planes, and an Indiana Department of Homeland Security van. The entire fleet won’t be stored at the hangar all the time, but was on display for a celebratory event.

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