Homeland Security drones patrol Washington-B.C. border

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Homeland Security drones patrol Washington-B.C. border 28 Apr 2012 The federal government’s unmanned drones patrolling the U.S.-Canadian border are venturing into Washington state’s airspace. In testimony before a U.S. Senate panel this week, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said northern border surveillance using unmanned aerial aircraft now expands from North Dakota to eastern Washington. The two 10,000-pound Predator-B unmanned aircrafts based in Grand Forks, N.D., have a 950-mile coverage range and “they do enter Washington airspace, in the vicinity of Spokane,” said Customs and Border Protection spokeswoman Gina Gray on Thursday. [Why aren't civilians taking them out?]

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