U.S. military boosting use of unmanned aerial systems

01/27/2010 | General Aviation News

Unmanned Aerial System technology allows unmanned aircraft to perform surveillance work, but pilots are wary of sharing the skies with drones. The military use of drones is increasing, and the U.S. Air Force already trains more unmanned pilots than traditional pilots. Today, the use of drones in civilian airspace is limited by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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