FAA, Pentagon Agree On ADS-B Introduction For Military Aircraft

Credit: U.S. Navy
The FAA and Defense Department have agreed on a framework for accommodating military aircraft once the FAA’s requirement that operators equip for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out position reporting becomes effective in January 2020. Some military aircraft may not be equipped...

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