U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Nashville Sets UAS Rules

The Nashville, Tenn., district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has implemented a new policy governing the use of recreational unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) at all Nashville District lakes within the Cumberland River Basin. The guidance has designated safe locations for hobbyists to fly drones for hobbyists. It also prohibits drones near recreational areas such as designated swim beaches. The policy also prohibits UAS flights near critical infrastructure, such as locks, dams, power plants and switchyards. The corps notes that drones should be operated in accordance with applicable state...

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