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Mayday: When Drones Crash

Christopher Cowan Security, What happens exactly?  It seems like every few weeks we hear a report of an American unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) lost in a crash somewhere in the world. According to The Washington Post’s Drone Crash Database, the US military’s had 237 ‘Class A’ mishaps involving UAVs since 2001 (although this database was last updated in December 2015 and more crashes have occurred since).
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