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« on: November 07, 2013, 06:26:48 pm »

Drones in the OLE- USA 

Congress is said to have approved it, are they dragging this out with the latest report.

WASHINGTON (AP) Widespread drone access to U.S. skies faces significant hurdles and will take longer than Congress had anticipated, federal officials acknowledged Thursday in releasing a long-term roadmap for domestic use of drones.
For the next several years, use of drones will be limited to permits granted by the Federal Aviation Administration on a case-by-case basis to operators who agree to procedures to reduce safety risks, the agency said.
Last year, Congress directed the FAA to grant drones widespread access by September 2015. But the agency has missed several deadlines for steps necessary to make that happen.
FAA, the same crew who had no mucken idea where the passenger planes were , 911.
   Pseudo pats- GEE WHIZ GOLLY, drones in the sky to protect us, wiggle the flag,        Oby is afterall a drone FAN , so are the manafacturers.

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 P>S.................By Andrea Shalal-Esa

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday released an initial plan for integrating unmanned aircraft more broadly into U.S. airspace by September 2015, along with a privacy policy for six drone test sites that will be chosen by the end of the year.

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said new rules, standards and policies were needed to ensure that U.S. aviation regulations and safety rules remained the world's "gold standard," as a growing number of new unmanned planes joined manned aircraft in the skies above America.

"We recognize that the expanding use of unmanned aircraft presents great opportunities, but it's also true that integrating these aircraft presents significant challenges," Huerta told a news conference.

They go on to say it for weather observation firefighting etc..   
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