U.S. Army To Seek Exemptions To FAA’s ADS-B Out Mandate

The U.S. Army plans to request exemptions for some of its helicopters and airplanes that will not make the FAA’s January 2020 deadline to transmit their position to controllers by automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B). Responding to a query from Aerospace DAILY, the Army said it is...

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