So, looking at this place on satellite I see thousands of cars. This reminded me of something I saw on a trip to Philly earlier this year. Volkswagen had their emissions scandal, and they have to store their cars somewhere. This lot in Philly (40°00'14.9"N 75°03'41.6"W) ended up being one of these places. I noticed similar things here, and came upon something interesting.
This is a photo from one of the businesses listed as operating at the heliport on maps. From the sheer amount of Volkswagens and Audis, I would go to assume these vehicles are here for the same reason. https://www.minera...-1bfa7f612a28.html
Here is an article about the whole deal.
"Triplett could not comment when asked if the local operation is related to Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal involving 83,000 vehicles built between 2009 and 2016. The German automaker agreed to spend $225 million to fund projects focused on reducing nitrogen oxide emissions."
However, this article came out shortly after. https://www.simmon...emissions-scandal/
"Attorney Mark Allan, of Heygood, Orr & Pearson, took this picture of several vehicles at a Texas dealership bought back by Volkswagen as part of the settlement agreement. Allan, a member of the Volkswagen Class Action Litigation Team, said the truck-driver informed him that all the surrendered vehicles are taken to an abandoned airfield in Palo Pinto, Texas."
I'm not sure if this is the answer to the FEMA piece, but it is certainly part of the mystery here, and is interesting for sure.