Drones Announced In Cincinnati, Ohio
It’s true. Drones were announced to be tested at Wilmington Air Park. A local news channel covered the story calling the drones “UAV” meaning unmanned aerial vehicle. They say it’s to find “more uses” for it. As Belligerent Politics reported last week these type of drones might end up being used as supposed help in reducing vehicle crash efforts in the future.
WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio, has put a friendly spin on the ongoing effort to introduce military technology into the civilian realm.
“The planes look and sound like radio control aircraft that anyone can buy, but these are modified with special systems for research or observation,” the news station reports.
“A lot of the things that we use, surprisingly, are from the model airplane field. It’s not really the aircraft that we’re testing, but the components inside auto pilot and flight control systems,” said Mike Pilkenton of the U.S. Air Force.ᔥ Prison Planet.com » Pentagon Tests Drone at Civilian Airpark in Ohio
- ↬ Domestic drone push raises privacy questions – News – Stripes
- ↬ Uh oh. Turns out domestic drones navigated by GPS can be …
- ↬ School ‘spoofs’ drone, warns of hijackings – Marine Corps News …
WASHINGTON — The prospect that thousands of drones could be patrolling U.S. skies by the end of this decade is raising the specter of a Big Brother government that peers into backyards and bedrooms.
The worries began mostly on the political margins, but there are signs that ordinary people are starting to fret that unmanned aircraft could soon be circling overhead.ᔥ Talk of drones patrolling US skies spawns anxiety – New Philadelphia Times Reporter
- ↬ Rick Holmes: The Drone Wars – Canton Repository
- ↬ Jeffrey L. Frischkorn: Pilotless drone aircraft may someday stalk hunters, anglers – News-Herald.com
- ↬ Drone push raises privacy questions – Springfield News Sun
Here is what a twitter user is saying about Drones being in Ohio
RT @DryerBuzz: half of Ohio lives part time in Florida (two most political and controversial states) #ijs (drops tablet and hides from drones)
— CJIsThinking (CJ ) (@CJIsThinking) Wed Jul 11 2012
here is what another twitter user was saying about the Drones in Ohio
— kBowden870 (Kraig Bowden) (@kBowden870) Tue Jul 10 2012
Surveillance Drones Launched at Civilian Airport Ohio
In the above video Alex Jones reports on the admitting by the news on Drones in America..