Darryl Abling, UAS Range Manager in Pendleton, describes the testing and training taking place at the Oregon airport by an unmanned aerial system that will be used by PNNL scientists in Alaska to collect comprehensive data about atmospheric conditions. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Darryl Abling, UAS Range Manager in Pendleton, describes the testing and training taking place at the Oregon airport by an unmanned aerial system that will be used by PNNL scientists in Alaska to collect comprehensive data about atmospheric conditions. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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