The Aviation Command is able to function through the efforts of approximately 215 men and women. Without any link in our chain, the Command will not function. From the flight crews to the mechanics, from the command staff to the medical director, each one of us has an integral role. Although the flight crews at the helicopter sections are the most visible on a daily basis, they could not fly without the hard work of the rest of the Command. Please follow the links on the left to learn about who we are and what we do.

To help you navigate through this area of the website, it may be helpful if you understand how the Command is organized.

Within the State Police, the Command is part of the Support Services Bureau. The Command is overseen by the Command Staff. The Command Staff coordinates the three major branches of the Command: Flight Operations, Support Operations and Maintenance Operations.


Flight Operations includes:

  • Helicopter Sections
  • Fixed Wing Section
  • SYSCOM (Aviation Communications Center)
  • Medical Training
  • Flight Training​


Support Operations includes

  • Procurement and Logistics
  • Personnel
  • Training
  • Planning and Management
  • Aviation Command computers and networking
  • Facilities Management


Maintenance and Operations

  • Production Control
  • Maintenance Crews
  • Avionics​
  • Quality Assurance