usnews.comThe Pentagon is stepping up efforts to counter the use of drones on its campus, mirroring concerns across the federal government about how to cope with booming popular demand for the increasingly advanced and cheap technology. Headline-grabbing incidents involving drones – including at the White House and one involving German Chancellor Angela Merkel – prompted this sense of urgency to prevent potential issues before they become criminal activity. It is a target for violence; it’s a target for protests,” says Daniel Walsh, the PFPA’s assistant director for security integration and technology.

Makes perfect sense – who needs drones when you already have moles and who knows what else. I suspect that this is the one place that will have the latest in detection and shoot ’em down gear.

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