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Wysong performed many “firsts” in the ENG


installation business; the first high definition video news helicopter installation, and the first digital microwave downlink system installation in the United States, were both Wysong projects. A few years later law enforcement agencies


determined that video downlink was a valuable tool and not very different from camera systems installed into the news helicopters.


So, Wysong Enterprises


expanded their market yet again and began provid- ing service to those agencies. As the law enforce- ment segment continued to grow Wysong’s added


capabilities caught the attention of EMS, Corporate, and Utility operators as well. The common theme, which attracted more


customers, went beyond superior service, quality and great pricing. Most of the customers would return because Steve treated his customers fairly, and with respect. Today, Wysong Enterprises, Inc. is a full serv-


ice helicopter support facility providing customiza- tion, refurbishment, and maintenance on a variety of helicopter makes and models. The markets serviced are Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services,


Electronic News Gathering, Corporate, and Utility helicopters. Wysong is still family owned, with active participation of many family members, and employs over 30 people. The approach is still like it was in the beginning. Always treat people right! Wysong Enterprises, Inc. has in-house capa-


bility in avionics service and installations, sheet metal, engineering paint, interiors, and mechanical maintenance. The FAA Repair Station number is #W3ER617N and PMA Parts Manufacturing Facility Approval #PQ3898CE. ◆


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