FAA told to make room for drones in US skies

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February 6, 2012
USA Today    
Posted in News

"Within a few years, that flying object overhead might not be a bird or a plane, but an unmanned drone. Drones, perhaps best known for their combat missions in Afghanistan, are increasingly looking to share room in U.S. skies with passenger planes. And that's prompting safety concerns. Right now, remote-controlled drones are mostly used in the U.S. by the military and the federal Customs and Border Patrol in restricted airspace." (02/06/12)


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