ERICKSON’S APPROACH TO NATIONAL SECURITY AIR OPERATIONS
For U.S. military and a variety of other government agencies, Erickson is your key to air superiority. We offer a robust number of aviation solutions to complete critical missions.
With a sophisticated logistical support system and adaptable crew, Erickson is uniquely capable of meeting the dynamic and ever-changing demands of the global tactical environments.
We deliver in difficult circumstances around the world. Our missions include external load, shipboard delivery, troop-transport, Low Cost/Low Altitude (LCLA) airdrops, Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL), MEDEVAC/CASEVAC,Search and Rescue (SAR) and Night Vision Goggle operations. Our aircraft can be configured with special mission equipment, including: Rescue Hoist, Ballistic Protection, and Cargo Roller Systems.
Whatever your mission is, you can rely on our nearly 50 years of proven experience around the globe.When you’re ready for takeoff, contact Erickson.
- WARFIGHTER CENTRIC
- GLOBAL REACH
- DOD CARB APPROVED, FIXED-WING & ROTARY-WING OPERATIONS
- NEARLY 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE
- CERTIFICATIONS: FAA PART 133, 135, 137, 145 | 133 CLASS D | DCMA COMPLIANT
Proven experience with the DoD
Erickson staff are U.S. military veterans
Operational Readiness Rate
- United States Transportation Command
- United States Navy, Military Sealift Command
- Special Operations Command, Africa
- Special Operations Command, INDOPACOM
- United States Central Command
- United States Army
United States Transportation Command
South Dr, Scott AFB, IL 62225
United States Navy, Military Sealift Command
471 E C St, Norfolk, VA 23511
Special Operations Command, Africa
Uganda, Central African Republic, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Niger
Special Operations Command, INDOPACOM
United States Central Command
United States Army
Featured Case Studies
Learn more about our best successes with defense air operations around the world.
Defense & National Security
CASEVAC Saves Two Lives in Central Africa
“The quick response and capabilities of the Erickson crew gave the two patients a rare chance for survival.” – Military Flight Surgeon, responding to Erickson CASEVAC mission