Ian Gregor

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This holiday the drone wars reached new heights of inter­-governmental office sparring.

Squabble in the Skies: The FAA Goes to the Mat over Drones

This holiday the drone wars reached new heights of inter­-governmental office sparring.

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Marion Blakey, head of the  FAA , was in town today at the request of the  Greater Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce .

Safety, Capacity and the Ongoing Battle for LAX’s North Side

Marion Blakey, head of the FAA , was in town today at the request of the Greater Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce .

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