Oklahoma is an official DHS test site for drone technology

Kaye Beach

July 10, 2012

From Government Security News

Tue, 2012-07-10 10:11 AM

The state of Oklahoma was selected in late June to be the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate’s test site for the department’s Robotic Aircraft for Public Safety (RAPS) Program.

The program will research and test Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS), focusing on possible applications for first responders, including search and rescue scenarios, response to radiological and chemical incidents and fire response and mapping.

Research facilities and air space around Ft. Sill, near Lawton, will be key to the program said Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin on June 29.

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4 responses to “Oklahoma is an official DHS test site for drone technology

  1. MY DADDY SAID ITS GOOD BECAUSE THAT WAY WE CAN SPY ON OUR ENIMES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND WE GOTS LOTS OF ENIMES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LEAVE MY DADDY ALONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Can someoone with a GPS drive by the governor’s mansion and get the coordinates. We can have the drone fly over and spy on her. They have a pool out back in the shape of Oklahoma. No kidding!

  3. yeah right lol, could the DHS be targeting Oklahoma because not one single county in Oklahoma voted for the enlightened one? The son of perdition maybe even? I dunno but he sure fits the bill… just saying ~

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