FAA should ease restrictions on unmanned aircraft, expert says

09/22/2009 | Times Record (Brunswick, Maine), The

A defense expert is calling for the FAA to ease restrictions on unmanned aircraft flying over Maine's Brunswick Naval Air Station. "We're kind of in a position, based on what Maine has to offer, to be kind of a 'Silicon Valley' for unmanned flight," said Eric Bleicken, a former official with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Current FAA guidelines require 60 days' notice for all unmanned flights.

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