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Here We Go Again--night drone over Seattle nuclear submarine base

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by bluntnose, Feb 29, 2016.

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  1. bluntnose

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    Honestly, what were they thinking? By they I mean whoever flew a drone, at night no less, in restricted air space over a nuclear submarine base near Seattle? The Seattle Times carries the story:

    Who flew drone over Bangor submarine base? Navy wants to know

    And, just so the public will know how easy it is, next to the online version of the story is an Amazon ad hawking 3 different drones, including the 3D solo with a GoPro attached. Way to go, Amazon.

    This is one of a number of instances when a good national drone association for hobbyists could step in and do some damage control.
     
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    at night isn't the issue going over base is the problem
     
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