FAA Bans Drone Overflights of Facilities; Pentagon Stops Commercial Buys

Credit: DJI
The FAA has instituted the latest in a series of no-drone zones over federal facilities on June 7 as news surfaced separately that the Defense Department has ordered its units to stop buying commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) until the Pentagon develops a cybersecurity strategy. The FAA...

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