Unmanned aircraft guidelines protect military-sanctioned airspace from encroachment

By Katrina Goforth - kgoforth@civitasmedia.com

When Orville and Wilbur Wright took the first successful flight in 1903, the idea of a man flying seemed an impossibility. A century later, technology has advanced so that an aircraft can not only fly but can fly without a human pilot onboard. Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, are far from the end of advancement
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