An Air Force investigation says a Predator drone crashed into a runway on a Nevada base because of a low-level wind shear and pilot error.
Officials in Utah, Nevada and 22 other states are eagerly awaiting the Federal Aviation Administration’s selection of six sites where the agency will test and develop standards for drones.
An aerospace company has presented its design “atmospheric satellites” that fly at 65,000 feet and provide drone-like services such as live-mapping and monitoring narcotics trafficking.
Air Force officials say a series of errors led to the crash of an unmanned drone aircraft in December in a remote area north of Las Vegas.
Officials say eight people were arrested on disturbing the peace charges during a demonstration outside a U.S. Air Force base home to Predator and Reaper remote-controlled drone aircraft.
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s army broke its silence over the U.S. commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own “shortcomings” in efforts to find the al-Qaida leader but threatening to review cooperation with Washington […]