The drone in my back yard

Peter Galuszka writes in the Washington Post: "Imagine my surprise a few weeks ago when I heard a chopper noise I couldn’t identify. I looked up and maybe 150 feet off the ground was a light grey helicopter that seemed to hover over my property. It was clearly marked “NAVY” and was the size of a ubiquitous civilian Sky Ranger but with one big difference: This aircraft had no cockpit and no pilot." (via pourmecoffee)

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  1. You may not own any airspace rights over your property, but unless you live close to an airport there are currently no laws against flying a kite in your own yard.

  2. You may not own any airspace rights over your property, but unless you live close to an airport there are currently no laws against flying a kite in your own yard.

  3. Time for “Make” magazine to have an article on do-it-yourself Stinger missiles.

  4. I would have been desperately tempted to try to catch it, while at the same time being fearful that it had weapons and/or that I would end up in Gitmo.

  5. Why did they have to spoil all the fun by putting a big “NAVY” logo on it?  Should of just been all black.  Dammit, NAVY…

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