The Department of Defense has identified 110 sites in the United States that could serve as bases for military unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones. A new report to Congress lists each of the 110 sites “and the UAS likely to fly at that location.” See “Report to Congress on Future Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training, Operations, and Sustainability,” Department of Defense, April 2012 (pp. 9-12).
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- Sen. Paul proposes bill protecting Americans from drone surveillance (thehill.com)
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- US military using lightweight mini-drones launched from battlefield (guardian.co.uk)