EagleMed to fly helicopter in WSU Shocker livery
EagleMed critical care air medical service is flying an air medical helicopter outfitted in Wichita State University’s black and gold WuShock livery over the skies of south central Kansas.
Based at EagleMed headquarters in Wichita, the Bell 407 is equipped with an air medical services interior, designed for critical care transport.
Larry Bugg, president of EagleMed said: “This is a great opportunity for EagleMed to show our Shocker spirit and to give back to the community we call home.”
“We appreciate Wichita State University permitting EagleMed to proudly display the WuShock symbol as we conduct lifesaving helicopter transports for our friends and neighbors in need,” added Bugg.
The Shocker Copter was officially dedicated in ceremonies at EagleMed’s main headquarters and hangar at Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport.