U.S. House lawmakers in a letter to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) derided an “irresponsible proposal” to have federal air marshals operate counter-drone systems near airports. In the Nov. 14 letter, Reps. Mike Rogers (R-Alabama) and Sam Graves (R-Missouri), the ranking members of the House Homeland Security and Transportation committees, respectively, object to a concept of operations (conops) DHS has developed to use military equipment at airports to stop rogue ...

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