Pilots never leave the ground at unmanned aircraft school

12/15/2009 | Minnesota Public Radio

The University of North Dakota in Grand Forks enrolled students this fall in what the school says is the world's first unmanned aircraft systems degree program. Unmanned aircraft could be used for everything from monitoring weather to conducting search missions.

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