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CF-18s ready to patrol skies over Iceland

News Release

From National Defence

May 20, 2017 – Ottawa – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

A detachment of Canadian CF-18 Hornet fighters are ready and will begin patrolling Iceland’s airspace as part of Operation REASSURANCE on May 22, 2017. 631 more words

Review Article

DRONELIFE.com: "FAA Releases First Set of Maps to Ease Authorization Process"

Current maps are Class E, but new maps will be released every 56 days. NOT a replacement for authorization, but a guide for various unilateral heights the FAA is willing to grant commercial UAV pilots authorization to fly in the map areas…

http://dronelife.com/2017/04/28/faa-releases-first-set-maps-ease-authorization-process/

Updates

Reframe EP | Flicker Rate

The early EPs of any project are always fascinating, providing insight into how exactly an artist finds their footing. Featured on this week’s Monster Bunker… 594 more words

Reviews

Powered parachute travels into Airdrie airspace, disrupting Calgary flight path: RCMP

Transport Canada and RCMP are investigating after a powered parachute flew into airspace near the south end of Airdrie on Monday.

In a Wednesday news release, RCMP said the parachute was operating in a flight path from the Calgary International Airport just before 7 p.m. 167 more words

Canada

US MISSILE STRIKES IN SYRIA: RUSSIA SUSPENDS FLIGHT SAFETY MEMORANDUM WITH UNITED STATES. UPDATES FROM SHA’IRAT AIRBASE

“Without bothering to investigate anything, the US went forward with a demonstration of force, a military confrontation with a country that is fighting international terrorism…

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