Looking at this old question, a comment suggested that Skyway Airlines flight 1267 was a possible answer to that question. Out of curiosity, I looked at the NTSB link of the Nov. 1996 incident report and was very surprised to find that this flight was on its way from Milwaukee, WI (KMKE) to Indianapolis, IN (KIND) (a 206 mile flight) but diverted to Fort Campbell, KY (KHOP) which is 191 miles south-southwest of KIND.
On its way from the KIND area to KHOP, the flight missed Cincinnati KCVG (85 miles from KIND) and Louisville KSDF (96 miles from KIND) as well as numerous other smaller airports that should have been able to accommodate a Beech 1900D.
I could understand this choice of destinations if KHOP were a civilian airport that happened to be a hub/maintenance facility for Skyway Airlines, but it's a military base.
Why would a pilot go so far out of his way to land at a military airport when there were numerous other suitable airports that were significantly closer, including, presumably, KIND itself, since the flight had to pass by there to reach KHOP?