National Park Service Bans Drones And Model Aircraft, Pending Evaluation Of Their Potential Uses
The National Park Service announced today that they are banning the use of drones and model aircraft in all National Parks, subject to a few limited exceptions. According to a policy memorandum released by Jonathan Jarvis, Director of the Park Service, the directive is an interim measure while the park service attempts to properly evaluate drone and other model aircraft uses. This approach may also be a reasonable first step, assuming the National Park Service opens the regulatory process up to public comment, there exists the possibility that some uses of drones may be allowed in the future.
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