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Pro Star delivers fifth special mission Caravan
The Texas Department of Public Safety has taken delivery of a special mission Cessna 208 Caravan, with integrated digital audio systems, tactical communications, EO/IR camera systems and video downlink.
The law enforcement platform is an advance in capabilities and reliability for the Texas Dept of Public Safety.

Manchester-Boston Regional airport, New Hampshire-based aerospace modification centre Pro Star Aviation has recently delivered, in partnership with CNC Technologies, the fifth high-tech special mission Cessna 208 Caravan to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

CNC Technologies selected Pro Star Aviation to perform completion services and installation based on its past work experience on special mission platforms. The team integrated digital audio systems, tactical communications, EO/IR camera systems, video downlink, a gross weight increase STC and additional equipment.

“Working with CNC Technologies, our special missions team applied proven solutions that enabled an on time and on budget delivery. The technology and operational readiness this law enforcement platform provides is incredible. Our strategic partnership with CNC has enabled an unprecedented advance in capabilities and reliability to the operator,” says business development manager special missions John Hill.

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