What’s happening with the TSA’s new drone fleet?
Aviation personnel and some other federal workers have a new and dangerous threat to their safety.
A new drone could be on the way to replacing the manned aircraft that patrol the skies and protect us.
As part of the Federal Aviation Administration’s plan to expand drone surveillance and safety, the agency announced on Monday that it had placed the order for eight new aircraft that could be used by government employees, private companies and other government agencies to spy on private citizens.
It is the first time the FAA has ordered drones to operate in the skies.
The drone fleet includes the Predator, a single-engine aircraft designed for low-altitude surveillance of wildlife, and the Predator 2.
This aircraft will be the first drone used for commercial flights.
The FAA said that it is ordering 16 drones, but it is unclear if those will be used for surveillance purposes.
The drones will have the ability to fly for longer periods of time than any other aircraft.
The Predator is the only drone that can carry cameras, infrared sensors and other sensors that can monitor and track the movement of a drone.
The Predators are also equipped with cameras that can scan objects in the sky and analyze images captured from cameras on other drones.
The FBI has been using the Predators for surveillance for nearly a decade, and has also deployed the Predator drones in foreign countries.
A number of other drones have been ordered by the FAA to help enforce the nation’s airspace regulations.
The DEA also said on Monday it will be purchasing four Predator drones to help monitor suspicious activity in the country.
The agency also announced that the FAA is putting more than $1 million into the Predator program to provide extra security measures and help the FAA monitor the drones’ performance.
The new drones will be fitted with cameras and sensors that track the movements of drones and can also collect intelligence on the movement and behavior of drones.
They will be able to monitor a drone for up to six hours, and will have GPS tracking.
The DHS will also use the drones to provide security to federal facilities and airports, according to DHS.
The government also plans to purchase the drones in 2018, according the FAA.