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Drone Rules Make Unusual Allies of ACLU, Conservative Lawmaker

Drone Rules Make Unusual Allies of ACLU, Conservative Lawmaker

by / on April 9, 2013

State lawmakers want police to be able to use drones, but only in ways they specifically authorize. Some of the first proposed rules governing unmanned aircraft in Tennessee are cruising through the legislature.

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Police Eyeing Guard Drones for Drug Enforcement

Police Eyeing Guard Drones for Drug Enforcement

by / on February 19, 2013

Tennessee law enforcement agencies are eager to put military drones to civilian use, though it may be awhile. The Air National Guard’s 118th Wing based at Nashville International Airport is transitioning to a new mission involving unmanned aircraft.

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Lawmaker Eyes Surveillance Rules for Police Drone Aircraft

by / on April 9, 2012

The Federal Aviation Administration is preparing rules to let drone aircraft fly in the same air space as manned aircraft. But meantime, drones can still fly at lower elevations. And one state representative wants to make sure police in Tennessee don’t use drones for illegal spying.

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MTSU Wins Army Drones, Partnership

by / on August 19, 2011

Middle Tennessee State University has landed a partnership with the U.S. Army that will promote the study of unmanned aircraft. As part of the deal, the Army will give MTSU three remote contolled aircraft called Ravens.

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