Johnson County Industrial Airport

"The airport was originally constructed as the Olathe Naval Air Station (ONAS) in the early 1940's to train pilots for WWII, and was later the continental headquarters of the Naval Air Transport Service (the Navy's in-house airline). Over the 30+ year history, ONAS hosted all four branches of the armed forces.

The AirCenter is still home to the Aviation Support Facility Olathe, which houses the CH-47 Chinook. The Johnson County Airport Commission acquired the site in 1973 and renamed the facility the Johnson County Industrial Airport. The name was changed to New Century AirCenter in 1995 to better reflect changing times and the advanced technology industries located in New Century Commerce Center." - Johnson County Website

"Johnson County Fire District One was formed in 1974 as a taxing entity for the private volunteer fire departments of Gardner Community and Edgerton Community in South West Johnson County. Olathe Naval Air Station had been decommissioned by this time. In 1986 the Naval Air Station was sold to Johnson County for a second airport. Johnson County Industrial Airport opened. The Naval Fire House reopened as the Industrial Airport Fire Department with career staffing. This was the only county funded and operated fire department to date. In 1992 the Industrial Airport Fire Chief convinced the county to disband the two private volunteer fire departments and the airport fire department. The new department was reformed as Johnson County Fire District One. The airport name changed in 1996 to New Century Air Center." - Rick Mosher

Crash 1

1964 FWD/Yankee
GPM: 1,000
Gallons: 1,250/500 Foam
*Former Omaha, NE Airport

Crash 2

1955 Ward LaFrance
GPM: 750
Gallons: 500

Quick Response Vehicle

Unknown Year Ford
GPM: Unknown
Gallons: Unknown

Former Crash 1

Unknown Year/Make/Model
GPM: Unknown
Gallons: Unknown