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Congressman’s bill aims to tame drones

Rogue drones flying over could be a problem for the military, and it’s one to which Rep. Neal Dunn is looking to put a stop. Dunn is co-sponsoring bipartisan legislation that clarifies the military’s authority to put a stop to … Continue reading

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Drone dogfight shows what happens when unmanned swarms collide

Two drone swarms took to the skies above a National Guard facility in California earlier this year to study the future of aerial warfare. No shots were fired, but the friendly dogfight gave researchers the first data on live engagement … Continue reading

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FAA rule will restrict drones over 133 military bases

The Federal Aviation Administration has restricted drone flights over 133 military bases beginning Friday, the agency has announced. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was not one of the bases, but it was evaluating the new rules to determine what impact it … Continue reading

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Don’t forget that drones started as military weapons

At the conclusion of World War II, Gen. Henry H. “Hap” Arnold made a prediction: “We have just won a war with a lot of heroes flying around in planes. The next war may be fought by airplanes with no … Continue reading

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