MD 900 Explorer   msn: 900-00118

# 118 / N902LC, Cox Air Care, about to land on the helispot of Cox South.

Photo: MD Helicopters, 24 October 2012.

# 118 / N902LC, Cox Air Care parked in a field after hitting HT-wires,
while responding to a very serious MVA near Highlandville, Ozark.

Photo: 26 November 2014.

# 118 / N902LC, A brand new MD902 Explorer for Cox Air Care was christened into service
during a Landing Party on Saturday 9 June 2007. The MD902 also known as "Air Care One"
or "Elsie Two" has tailnumber N902LC and is replacing "Elsie" a Bolkow 105CBS with
tailnumber N105LC, and werkenummer S-789, which has been in service since 1989.
The MD Explorer is equipped with HTAWS; Helicopter Terrain Avoidance and Warning Sensors,
HUMS; Health Usage Monitoring System, an Outerlink tracking system and EVFR;
Enhanced Visual Flight Rules cockpit compatible with NVG; Night Vision Goggles.

Photo: Timothy Pruitt

# 118 / N902LC, Cox Air Care, will be based at Springfield, Missouri covering the Ozarks region.

Photo: Timothy Pruitt

 Airframe History:
 Date: Tailnumber: Owner / Operator:
 SEP 2006 N9012J  MD Helicopters,
 Mesa, Arizona
 MAY 2007 N902LC  MD Helicopters,
 Mesa, Arizona
 JUN 2007 N902LC  Lester E. Cox Medical Centers,
 Springfield, Missouri
 NOV 2014 N902LC  landing incident near,
 Highlandville, Ozark
 [view ntsb report CEN15LA066]

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