ABC – Domestic Drones Inch Closer to the Sky Near You

16 02 2013

The Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday that it is seeking proposals from states, universities and other organizations for six sites where unmanned aircraft systems will be tested – a major step for integrating domestic drones into the U.S. airspace system.

“Our focus is on maintaining and improving the safety and efficiency of the world’s largest aviation system,” Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said in a statement Thursday. “This research will give us valuable information about how best to ensure the safe introduction of this advanced technology into our nation’s(!!!) skies.” . . . .  (more + video from newscast)

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/02/domestic-drones-inch-closer-to-sky-near-you/

“Our focus is on maintaining and improving the safety
and efficiency of the world’s largest aviation system,” < TRANSLATION: “Our focus is on maintaining
and improving the safety and efficiency of the world’s largest SPYING system for Big Brother.”





U.S. Military Purchasing Combat Equipment for Domestic Contingency Planning + US Drone Activity Update

21 07 2012

For the last two years, the President’s Budget Submissions for the Department of Defense have included purchases of a significant amount of combat equipment, including armored vehicles, helicopters and even artillery, under an obscure section of the FY2008 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for the purposes of “homeland defense missions, domestic emergency responses, and providing military support to civil authorities.” Items purchased under the section include combat vehicles, tanks, helicopters, artillery, mortar systems, missiles, small arms and communications equipment. Justifications for the budget items indicate that many of the purchases are part of routine resupply and maintenance, yet in each case the procurement is cited as being “necessary for use by the active and reserve components of the Armed Forces for homeland defense missions, domestic emergency responses, and providing military support to civil authorities” under section 1815 of the FY2008 NDAA.

Section 1815 of the FY2008 NDAA requires that every five years the Secretary of Defense work with the Secretary of Homeland Security to determine “military-unique capabilities needed to be provided by the Department of Defense to support civil authorities in an incident of national significance or a catastrophic  . . . blah, blah, blah . . . .

(more)      http://publicintelligence.net/u-s-domestic-contingency-purchasing/

As usual, emphasis is ours – F.C.

Fucktards stood down with there stupid billions of dollars “defense” machine on 9-11 and everybody know it … F.C.

Here’s a Domestic Drone UPDATE –  http://publicintelligence.net/why-is-socom-lying-about-domestic-drones/

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