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Two people are dead after a small plane crashed into a retention pond in the Sutton Lakes subdivision on Sunday.
A frigid winter storm that left hundreds of thousands of people without power in the Southeastern United States was pushing up the East Coast on Sunday, with snow and ice threatening to snarl road travel and force another round of airline cancellations.
Where can you fly a drone? As long as you're not doing it for business purposes, there are very few rules.
Moreover, it doesn't appear that reduced defense spending will end anytime soon.
George Galo served in Vietnam in 1968. He took his first solo flight Dec. 8, 1963, in Chesapeake, flew helicopters in Vietnam and was in charge of the FAA investigation into the 9/11 Pentagon attack.
The Amazon Prime Air service, revealed by CEO Jeff Bezos last night on 60 Minutes , promises delivery in 30 minutes or less, perhaps even within two years.
She sat in the cockpit of the small, single-engine Cherokee Arrow airplane and stared at the dashboard controls before glancing out the window.
By now most of us appreciate Amazon.com's delivery-by-drone scheme for what it was -- a brilliant publicity stunt timed perfectly with the Internet's biggest shopping day, Cyber Monday.
U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley says the Silent Skies Act would require aviation companies to phase in quieter planes faster than they're doing.
The real difficulty in near surface navigation is utility lines, guy wires, etc.
The United States urged China Friday to set up an emergency hotline with Japan and South Korea to avoid confusion in its newly-declared airspace.
Officials say the pilot of a small plane escaped with only minor injuries after he was forced to land at a Northern California park.
A study set to be completed early next year will lead to developing a unique national capability in Ohio for flying unmanned aircraft systems to meet Air Force research needs and to boost Ohio's leadership in developing technologies to integrate unmanned systems.
This undated image provided by Amazon.com shows the so-called Prime Air unmanned aircraft project that Amazon is working on in its research and development labs.
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