For years the vision of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) plying our nation's airways, performing the dull, dirty and dangerous missions of daily commerce has been a matter of speculation: •Someday, when the technology is sufficiently advanced. •In the future, when there is a market for those technologies. •Years from now, when the legal and regulatory framework has been established. Those of us who have spent our lives in America's aerospace industry, and are familiar ...
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