Drone Flying Beyond Line Of Sight In Black Hawk Collision, NTSB Finds

Credit: UH-60: U.S. Army
The operator of a drone that collided with a U.S. Army UH-60M Black Hawk over New York Bay in September failed to see and avoid the helicopter because he was flying the drone out of visual range, the NTSB has determined. The recreational drone operator was not aware of the collision until an NTSB...

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