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The Michigan State Police are the first law enforcement agency in the nation to receive drone authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Resembling a small shark, the US Navy's underwater GhostSwimmer drone can be controlled remotely via a 500-foot tether or swim independently.
Ohio correctional institutions looking to stop illegal activity on prison grounds with the implementation of various security drones.
While 3D printed guns continue to generate headlines, the 3D printing market for UAVs is rapidly expanding, insiders say.
Boeing is in the process of converting F-16 fighter jets into unmanned QF-16 UAVs to be used by US armed forces.
The US Navy will equip the MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) system manufactured by Northrop Grumman with electronic warfare (EN) capability.
DARPA is trying to repurpose old surveillance drones into wi-fi hotspots to give modern warfighters an internet connection in remote areas.
The U.S. Navy is set to christen its new highly sophisticated drone-like guided-missile destroyer, USS Zumwalt, on April 14
Northrop Grumman's RQ-4 Global Hawk surveillance drone is set to deploy to Japan for the first time.
Russia is gearing up to spend 320 million rubles (US $9 billion) on a new military UAV program by the year 2020.
A small fleet of CBP drones is back in the air, just days after being grounded when one of the drones was intentionally crashed into the Pacific ocean.