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Major development: Syria shoots down Israeli jet

March 17th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– SANA – – translated by Samer Hussein –

General Command of the Syrian Armed Forces confirmed to the media that the Syrian air defense systems shot down an Israeli jet that violated Syrian airspace in the Bureij area near the Lebanese border on Thursday night. 160 more words


Tehran and Moscow have been cooperating on a number of issues related to the Syrian conflict and it is possible that Iran will allow Russia use its airspace to support the anti-terrorist operation in Syria, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council said Saturday. 95 more words



Ask yourself “Where is this news coming from and what slant it has?”

One of the most controversial titles was Title 3, which allowed for media cross-ownership. 128 more words

Honeywell And Air Methods Sign Agreement For Sky Connect Tracker

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced it has entered into an agreement with Air Methods, America‘s largest emergency air medical provider and… 530 more words


Airspace Systems’ “Interceptor” can catch high-speed drones all by itself

San Leandro based Airspace Systems is making a business out of solving the toughest problems facing the emerging drone industry. The company designed a drone of its own, jam packed with sensors and machine intelligence, to autonomously intercept threatening drones at high speeds and carry them away from large crowds. 31 more words

Part 107 Waiver Rejections Outnumber Approvals

FAA Has Rejected More Waiver Requests Than It Has Approved: How To Fix That

” The Federal Aviation Administration this week announced it has issued 36 Part 107 waivers to drone operators since it began issuing Part 107 waivers and airspace authorizations on Aug.

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3 Directors, Company Secretary, General Managers, Others Face Sack Over Dubious Recruitment At The National Airspace Management Agency

There are strong indications that many top guns and other categories of staff of the National Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) may soon be relieved of their jobs in the agency if the demands of aviation workers’ unions are accepted by the Federal Government. 22 more words