The FAA is soliciting advice on a congressionally mandated pilot program to integrate unmanned aerial systems (UASes) into the national airspace. The mandate was adopted as part of the recently passed FAA reauthorization bill, along with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that was signed by President Barack Obama late last year. Congress directed the agency to establish six UAS test sites to help the FAA safely and efficiently integrate civil, public and military UASes into the ...
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