FAA Expands Drone Detection Pathfinder Initiative

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expanding the part of its Pathfinder Program that focuses on detecting and identifying unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying too close to airports. Today the FAA signed Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRDAs) with Gryphon Sensors, Liteye Systems Inc. and Sensofusion.

The Story Of The Ultimate High Flying Beer Run

Normandy, 70 years ago, and one of the biggest concerns of the British troops who have made it over the channel, survived the landings and pushed out into the bocage against bitter German resistance is not the V1 flying bomb blitz threatening their families back

How Not To Build A Blimp

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Back in a day when America was running rich on ingenuity and poor on common sense, the U.S. Forest Service decided to make a bold experiment in lighter-than-air flight. The ultimate balloondoggle ensued. The Piasecki PA-97 Helistat was an American experimental heavy-lift aircraft, built by Piasecki

Five Survive Nasty Helicopter Crash At Pearl Harbor

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Authorities claim only one of the five occupants is in critical condition after the sightseeing helicopter plunged into the water just feet from the shoreline. The rest of the passengers survived sustaining only minor injuries. [jwplayer mediaid="998"] Coast Guard Petty Officer Melissa McKenzie tells The Associated Press

SkyBahamas Flight Loses An Engine But Nails The Landing

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SkyBahamas flight Q7460 returned to land at Nassau-Lynden Pindling International Airport, Bahamas when the crew was forced to shut down the number one engine. A passenger reported seeing "oil coming out of the engine." Five passengers and three crew on the flight were onboard the Saab 340 twin-engine

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