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"Drones" UAVs Are Ready to Save Lives, But U.S. Regulations Keep Them on the Ground

When the U.S. said this week it was sending 80 military service members to Nigeria to oversee drone aircraft searching for hundreds of abducted schoolgirls, it raised an obvious question: Why isn't that common here in America? ( More...

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Musketeer1 1
Article doesn't address the safety of pilots that are actually in the aircraft they are flying. I hate the bureaucratic process as much as the next guy, but this is a fine example of why it is needed. These things need to wait until the ADS-B mandate and NextGen are in full swing to share airspace in my opinion.


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