Posts Tagged ‘drone’

Northrop Grumman begins production of five NATO drones

MOSS POINT — Northrop Grumman Corp. has started work on five drones to be delivered to NATO. Jim Edge, with NATO’s Alliance Ground Surveillance Management Agency, and other leaders were on hand yesterday at Northrop’s Unmanned Systems Center in Moss Point for the start of production on the first drone. The Mississippi Press reports that […] [...]

State submits proposal for drone-testing site

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — A consortium of companies and universities in Alabama and Tennessee are hoping to develop a site where drones would be tested. If approved, the facility could become one of only a half-dozen sites approved by the Federal Aviation Administration for research involving unmanned aerial systems, more commonly known as drones, the news […] [...]

State sends drone site proposal to FAA

by Associated Press Published: May 7,2013

Tags: aviation, defense, drone, federal agency, federal government, military, proposal, technology, test

JACKSON — Mississippi is bidding for one of six sites nationwide to test unmanned aerial vehicles. A Mississippi Development Authority spokeswoman says the state submitted its proposal to the Federal Aviation Administration on Monday. State officials say the FAA should choose Mississippi because it has three manufacturers of unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as a […] [...]

Production begins on fuselages for new surveillance drones

by Associated Press Published: November 14,2012

Tags: defense, drone, fuselage, manufacture, manufacturer, manufacturing, military, production, surveillance, unmanned aerial vehicle, war

MOSS POINT — Production has begun at a Northrop Grumman plant in Moss Point on fuselages for a new line of surveillance drones. Officials marked the development yesterday with a ceremony at Northrop’s Unmanned Systems Plant. The Triton high-altitude surveillance drone being built for the Navy will be able to stay aloft for 24 hours, […] [...]

Camp Shelby chosen for unmanned aircraft training site

by Associated Press Published: March 5,2012

Tags: defense, drone, military, soldiers, training, troops, unmanned aircraft

FORREST COUNTY — Camp Shelby, the nation’s largest state-owned and operated military training site, has been chosen from 19 sites around the country as a center to train national guard troops to operate the unmanned aircraft called drones. The center at Camp Shelby will train soldiers from all over the country and will operate during […] [...]

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