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The American Police State Takes a Major Step Forward With Passage of Bill Accelerating Integration of Drones into American Airspace

February 12, 2012
Madison Ruppert, The Intel Hub

On February 8, 2012, the President of the United States of America was presented with H.R.658, also known as the “FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety Improvement Act.”

On February 3 the House agreed to the conference report with a vote of 258-169 and on February 6, the Senate agreed to the conference report by a vote of 75-20.

This legislation, which was covered sparingly in the establishment media for reasons which will likely become quite obvious, includes some troubling provisions regarding the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, better known simply as drones) in the United States.

Section 320 states that the legislation, “Requires the FAA Administrator to: (1) develop plans to accelerate the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the National Airspace System, and (2) report to Congress on progress made in establishing special use airspace for the DOD to develop detection techniques for small unmanned aerial vehicles and to validate sensor integration and operation of unmanned aerial systems.”

This section addresses both the increasing use of drones over America, which is obviously being accelerated, along with the Department of Defense’s efforts to develop systems to detect small drones and coordinate the sensor integration and operation of drones.

The same section also directs the Secretary of the Department of Defense to create a process to develop certification and flight standards which will be used for military drones at certain test sites.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

One Comment leave one →
  1. February 12, 2012 9:55 am

    Will a 12 guage take one out? Target practice time! And unlike Iran wouldn’t do; send the pieces to the White House.

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