FAA Prohibits Drone Overflights Of Seven DOE Sites

Credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory main campus: ORNL
The FAA has declared no-drone zones over seven Department of Energy (DOE) facilities, the third round of airspace restrictions the agency has announced this year to prevent flights of small unmanned aircraft over federal landmarks and installations. The declaration comes days after the government in...

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