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 of an interim final rule that allows pilots flying for federal, state and local government agencies to switch off ADS-B transponders during sensitive missions to prevent third parties ...


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