ADS-B Mandate Skips Sensitive Missions And Non-Equipped Aircraft

Credit: Senior Airman Cody Dowell/U.S. Air Force
Government as well as commercial and privately owned aircraft must comply with the FAA’s automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out requirement, although the agency has made accommodations for military and homeland-security operators. On July 18, the FAA issued an exception in the form...

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