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Is your state in need of a growth industry that can employ large numbers of people and contribute to the local economy? You may want to consider expanding your state’s role in the drone industry. It may sound like an unusual way to rebuild local economies, but that’s just what a number of states around the country have decided to do. Ohio, in particular, has made attracting the drone industry a major component of its statewide economic strategy, hoping to encourage local economic growth and create jobs by making the state the premier location for drone testing and research in the U.S.
Rebuild Your Local Economy With the Drone Industry
DoD Current and Future U.S. Drone Activities Map
June 12, 2012 in Headline
The following map depicts the approximate locations of current and planned Department of Defense unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) activities inside the U.S. The locations, service branches, and types of UAS flown were obtained from several publicly released DoD presentations.
Military Drone map & base locations