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This report assesses opportunities, risks, and challenges attendant to future development and deployment of UAS within the National Airspace System (NAS) affecting UAS forecast growth from 2015 to 2035. Analysis of four key areas is performed: technology, mission needs, economics, and existing or anticipated challenges to routine use in NAS operations. Forecast effects of emerging technologies as well as anticipating new technological innovations in areas of airframes, powerplants, sensors, communication, command and control systems, and information technology and processing are evaluated. Anticipated mission needs include intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), as well as new areas such as stores delivery, cargo transport, search and rescue, and pilot augmentation; example business case models are developed for each of these areas.
Collateral Murder
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Spinwatch Blogs & articles {*style:<ul>*} {*style:<li>*} {*style:<h5>*} Lobbying: a roundup of the week + {*style:</h5>*} {*style:<br>*}{*img:m0578a18b379bc29661c0925c8bc2eb9e,l=200x155,f=135x105,i=200x155:200:155:http://www.spinwatch.org/media/k2/items/cache/f03ca4952a6fddc7ed70d7e4377d3688_S.jpg*} Tamasin Cave reflects on Westminster’s continued failed attempt to open up lobbying and on making the case for a register in Scotland. Read More {*style:</li>*}{*style:<li>*} {*style:<h5>*} Lib Dem concern over big money influence in politics rings hollow + {*style:</h5>*} {*style:<br>*}{*img:m2530c2ab0aafc8c6627c4d545aa0b212,l=200x150,f=140x105,i=200x150:200:150:http://www.spinwatch.org/media/k2/items/cache/e6b517ae1bbea4c04b716ee1885e6b9a_S.jpg*} Support for the government's mock register of lobbyists shows the Liberal Democrats are not reliable champions of clean and open politics. Spinwatch

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SourceWatch Why Is the Franklin Center's "Wisconsin Reporter" and "Watchdog.org" Attacking the John Doe? by Brendan Fischer The Franklin Center for Government & Public Integrity (through its Wisconsin Reporter and Watchdog.org websites) has aggressively attacked the "John Doe" probe into possible campaign finance violations during Wisconsin's 2011 and 2012 recall elections. Its outlets have also published new information about the apparent targets of the investigation, but they have omitted an important detail: Franklin Center has close ties to individuals and groups that may be caught up in the John Doe. The only name associated with the investigation, Eric O'Keefe, helped launch the Franklin Center's operations in 2009, and his Sam Adams Alliance group provided the majority of its startup budget; O'Keefe has spoken publicly about being subpoenaed in his capacity as director of Wisconsin Club for Growth.

Global Guerrillas

Global Guerrillas America has been in decay for decades (since the mid seventies). It's a problem that has consumed a large portion of my thinking for nearly a decade. I've read the analysis. Listened to the debates. Very little of it resonated.
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Open Source Intelligence | Analysis Intelligence Open Source Intelligence | Analysis Intelligence It’s been a while since we last weighed in on Libya, but recent events warrant an updated look at the future of the conflict. Two events in particular raise questions worth exploring. First, a recent New York Times piece interviewing Seif al-Islam Gaddafi suggests the family has found an ally in Islamist groups. This news was followed shortly by reports from rebel fighters suggesting that Khamis Gaddafi, son of Muammar and the head of a prominent military division, was killed by NATO airstrikes.
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In a December 2009 memorandum, President Obama directed the newly established National Declassification Center (NDC) to process an estimated 400 million page backlog of historical records at the National Archives “in a manner that will permit public access to all declassified records from this backlog no later than December 31, 2013.” That December 31 deadline has now come and gone. So what happened? There are conflicting views about that. The task was successfully completed, NDC Director Sheryl J. Secrecy News

Secrecy News

Danger Room Danger Room These Playing Cards School U.S. Soldiers in Archaeology By Elise Craig Thursday, December 12 0 Comments When Laurie Rush, an army archaeologist and anthropologist, heard that the military had built a helipad directly on top of ancient Babylon, she realized she needed to do more to educate US soldiers about historic places. New Stealth Spy Drone Already Flying Over Area 51 By Jason Paur Friday, December 6 1 Comment The latest top secret unmanned spy plane to be uncovered isn’t just a design idea, it’s already flying at the Air Force’s famed Area 51. Unlike the recently announced SR-72, the new RQ-180 from Northrop Grumman is believed to be currently in flight testing according to Aviation Week and Space Technology. The RQ-180 is a […]
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