Randy Donnelson on the UAS push in Maritime Domain Awareness



IDGA Editor
09/28/2010

Randy Donnelson, Director Miami Air and Marine Branch of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses the UAS "technology push" in Maritime Domain Awareness at IDGA's Maritime Homeland Security Summit in April, 2010 held in Miami, FL. He details how his agency is the only one flying the Predator B domestically and how working with the Department of Homeland Security is integral to providing security. He talks about how his sectors is assigned with defending over 2000 miles of coastline and how UAS/UAV can be an instrumental in covering the waterspace and detecting threats such as illegal submersibles.

Randy Donnelson, Director Miami Air and Marine Branch of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses the UAS "technology push" in Maritime Domain Awareness at IDGA's Maritime Homeland Security Summit in April, 2010 held in Miami, FL. He details how his agency is the only one flying the Predator B domestically and how working with the Department of Homeland Security is integral to providing security. He talks about how his sectors is assigned with defending over 2000 miles of coastline and...
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