Springfield plans $2.3M 
hangar complex

By Michael Cooper, Staff Writer Dayton Daily News SPRINGFIELD — The city of Springfield wants to build a $2.3 million hangar complex at its airport to...

Integrating manned, unmanned vehicles in airspace system

By Benét J. Wilson AOPA supports the integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System as long as they "do no harm"...

AMA to look again at FPV rules

From Dave Mathewson’s Upcoming Model Aviation Column First person view (FPV) flight involves flying a radio-controlled aircraft while viewing the flight through a set of...

Unmanned Aerial Steaks

By Brian Anderson Most talk around the Federal Aviation Administration throttling to fully integrate unmanned aerial vehicles into U.S. airspace by 2015 has taken to...

More Shenanigans from the FAA

Just got word back for my local House member’s office. It appears that they are sticking with the party line that manufacturers of small...

Remotely Piloted Aircraft Testing Field Planned for Hyde County

The North Carolina Department of Transportation issued the following news release: The N.C. Department of Transportation, North Carolina State University and other partners are working...

NASA Advisory Council Aeronautics Committee UAS Subcommittee Meeting 27-28 June 2012

AGENCY: National Aeronautics and Space Administration. ACTION: Notice of meeting. SUMMARY: In accordance with the Federal Advisory Committee Act, Public Law 92-463, as amended, the...

And now the conversation becomes productive… The real reason public safety is interested in...

Again, in yet another comment on privacy, I hear comment from experts,that the law doesn't care if it's a camera on a manned helicopter...

Dayton gets boost from committee for UAV testing

By Jessica Wehrman, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The Dayton region’s chances of becoming a center for research and testing of unmanned aircraft got a boost...

Don’t Let John Yoo Talk You Into Domestic Drone Use by Police

CONOR FRIEDERSDORF The Atlantic As a Bush Administration lawyer, John Yoo employed flawed legal reasoning to facilitate torture and a view of executive power that would make the...