An Insitu ScanEagle drone is launched at the airport in Arlington, Ore., in 2013. This type of drones will fly over South Mississippi, testing operational scenarios for the Department of Homeland Security to determine how they can be used during national disasters, for border protection or during hazardous-material spills.
An Insitu ScanEagle drone is launched at the airport in Arlington, Ore., in 2013. This type of drones will fly over South Mississippi, testing operational scenarios for the Department of Homeland Security to determine how they can be used during national disasters, for border protection or during hazardous-material spills. Don Ryan AP File
An Insitu ScanEagle drone is launched at the airport in Arlington, Ore., in 2013. This type of drones will fly over South Mississippi, testing operational scenarios for the Department of Homeland Security to determine how they can be used during national disasters, for border protection or during hazardous-material spills. Don Ryan AP File

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