August 19, 2011      

In an effort to expand the operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in North Dakota, Senator Kent Conrad (D-ND) today urged J. Randolph Babbitt, the administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, to move forward quickly with a plan to integrate UAS into the national airspace. "I strongly believe in a vision that allows for UAS to transit from Grand Forks Air Force Base, operate in a restricted airspace environment, and return home. Such an approach would meet the short-term mili...

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