Of course the police say "absolutely not" to having to obtain a warrant to use a drone. They want to be free to use them whenever they want and for whatever purpose they want. And notice they say there are "no plans" to use them covertly, but right now there are also no restrictions stopping them from doing it. I think we can all clearly see misuse coming without some kind of restriction on drones.
What crappy reporting! For this writer to say that most people are satisfied with the Powder River expansion only goes to show that they haven't talked to anyone in the aviation community outside the Air Force. Anyone in aviation will tell you that this is a horrible idea and will have a terrible impact on aviation and those on the ground. It's a desperate attempt to save an Air Force base. This article might as well be listed as an advertisement for Ellsworth Air Force Base instead of reliable reporting.
Parents already grappling with the loss of a child are being hit with an unexpected financial blow soon after -- the inheritance of their child's student loan debt. And there's rarely anything they can do about it.
The NTSB issued a much-awaited decision today that will surely be a disappointment to many drone enthusiasts, ruling that Federal Aviation Administration rules that apply to manned aircraft apply to unmanned aircraft or drones. The NTSB reversed a law judge's ruling in favor of Raphael Pirker and remanded the case [...]
What a tough situation! To be a parent of 3 sick children and not be able to get the medication that could save them. Horrible. I hope they get enough signatures on this petition and that the President takes action to help them.