HARRISBURG – The Federal Aviation Association has authorized at least four drones to fly in restricted airspace over Fort Indiantown Gap, a large military installation in central Pennsylvania about 25 miles from Harrisburg.
The drones are used for training and equipped with several cameras, including one with infrared capabilities, according to the FAA authorization.
Staff Sargent Matt Jones, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania National Guard, said last week that the drones – known as “The Shadow” – are used exclusively for training purposes. They never carry weapons and never leave the airspace over the fort, where training exercises take place, he said.
Who knows what evid lurks in the hearts of men? "The Shadow" knows!