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Louisiana police ink deal for two Bells
The Louisiana State Police Air Support Unit plans to utilise its new Bell 407GXis to expand its public safety mission portfolio.
The Louisiana State Police’s Air Support Unit has a fleet full of Bell helicopters.

The Louisiana State Police has signed a purchase agreement for two Bell 407GXis.

The Louisiana State Police's Air Support Unit provides aerial support to all local, state and federal law enforcement agencies within the state upon request. The Air Support Unit plans to utilise its new Bell 407GXis to expand its public safety mission portfolio. In addition to the new Bells, the Unit also uses a Bell 407GXP, two Bell 430s, one Bell 206L-IV Long Ranger and a Bell 206B-III Jet Ranger, all configured with night vision goggles, forward looking infrared cameras and TrakkaBeam and Nightsun searchlights.

"Bell is honoured the Louisiana State Police has chosen the Bell 407GXi to expand its public safety mission capabilities," says Lane Evans, managing director, North America. "With its upgraded avionics and customisable cabin space, the Bell 407GXi continues to advance public safety agencies throughout the world."

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