To Reach the Un-reached
We have added a MMB BO 105 helicopter to our program and are training up a new generation of helicopter pilots and mechanics to go and find unreached people groups.
Mission One Eleven uses helicopters whenever they are available to seek out and find new unreached people groups. Our Mission One Eleven Aviation program is based at Meadows Field Airport in Bakersfield California.
Find out how to participate in our aviation program
Meadows Field Hanger
Base of Aviation Operations
Our work with unreached and unengaged people groups demand a constant need to travel to places that are inaccessible by any other means. As a ministry, we feel the need to train up helicopter pilots, mechanics.
Our base operations will meet the expanding needs of Mission One Eleven expeditions, scouting, locating tribes, escorting missionaries, ferrying MOE teams, relief efforts, rescue operations, and missions service.
We take ‘The Assignment’ seriously!
Our program searches, finds, and then mobilizes and equips Mission One Eleven teams to go and reach these unreached people groups.
We believe in “One Chance for Every Person”
No matter where they live or how hard to get to.
Jon Slagle is the Director of Mission One Eleven Aviation. you can contact him for more information about our aviation program or if you are interested in bringing our BO 105 Helicopter to your church for a Missions Event. email@example.com
Why a helicopter?
Of all the travel methods our teams use to get to the far reaches of the earth, Helicopters are sometimes the only way to reach them.
Often we hear, “If you’ve known of this good news, why has no on ever come to tell us?”