FAA testing radar system to draw a bead on birds

02/24/2009 | CBS News

The FAA is testing a radar system that would detect birds, with the intent of preventing incidents like the recent one involving a US Airways jet. Although the Navy and Air Force already use a similar technology, FAA officials say they want to ensure that the new technology is thoroughly tested and reliable before rolling it out to commercial airports nationwide.

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