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U.S. Plans Permanent Arctic Presence For UAS Testing
August 16, 2013
The U.S. Transportation Department is working to designate permanent areas of the Arctic where small unmanned aircraft can operate 24/7 for research and commercial purposes, with the first approved operations coming this summer. The Arctic airspace comes on top of six congressionally mandated...
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