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Never Too Soon For Drone School
Never Too Soon For Drone School

AIR DATE: February 12, 2014

The consumer and civilian uses of drones will be figured out now that states like Nevada are testing grounds for this growing technology. The Federal Aviation Administration chose six states back in December for drone research. The Nevada university system is already working on a degree in drones. But things are starting even earlier than that. A group of students at Rancho High School are already studying drones.


Gavin McHenry, Rancho High Aviation teacher

Caitlyn Marsh, student

Devin Mack, student

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