Metro Aviation delivers H125 to Texas Game Wardens

Metro Aviation delivers H125 to Texas Game Wardens

12-Jun-2024 Source: Metro Aviation

Metro Aviation recently delivered a new H125 to the Texas Game Wardens, a division of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  The Texas Game Wardens have used aviation assets since 1930.  This new aircraft joins their existing H125 and two new Cessna fixed-wing aircraft on the way.

“With the delivery of the new 2023 Airbus H125 completed by Metro Aviation, along with our 2014 H125, we will have a strong fleet of A-Star helicopters in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Aviation Unit,” said Game Warden Chief Pilot Brandon Rose.

Metro Aviation equipped the new aircraft with a Cargo Swing, L3 Wescam thermal imager and moving map, XM radio and audio, and a searchlight.  These additions, along with other mission essential equipment such as a 17-inch touchscreen monitor, programmable video switch with push button source switching, DVR, flip-down 10-inch monitor, a data converter to crossfill point data from the moving map to the Garmin NavCom, PA loud hailer, DZM Flight Cell and Sat Phone, Garmin Traffic computer and the state-of-the-art Garmin autopilot, significantly enhance the aircraft’s capabilities.

The Game Wardens are responsible for conservation law enforcement, search and rescue missions, aerial firefighting, and more.

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