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U.S. revisits Washington airspace rules

Unauthorized planes that fly into restricted airspace over the nation’s capital could be met by heavily armed helicopters flashing signs to “Follow Me,” according to proposals under discussion by the Homeland Security Department. The signs and other possible changes are designed to prevent some of the confusion that surrounded a May 11 incident with a small plane that violated Washington airspace. The pilot said he feared being shot down after he was unable to communicate with airborne federal agents due to a jammed radio frequency.Full Story

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