Plan for how to use drones faultedAudit says ground support, priority list for flights needed
By Stephen Dinan
The Washington Times
WASHINGTON — The Homeland Security Department ordered so many drones it can't keep them all flying and doesn't have a good plan for how to use them, according to a new audit the department's inspector general released Monday.
In a blunt assessment, investigators said Customs and Border Protection's Office of Air and Marine has a fleet of nine "unmanned aircraft systems" and is awaiting a 10th - though it doesn't have enough ground support and doesn't have a good plan for prioritizing missions.
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