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Governor Fallin Expects Unmanned Plane Production To Add 600 New Jobs

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A Green Country company that makes the unmanned planes predicts they could be used for police surveillance, or to locate wildfires. A Green Country company that makes the unmanned planes predicts they could be used for police surveillance, or to locate wildfires.
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Oklahoma's robust aerospace industry could soon grow even more.

Governor Mary Fallin is expecting the state to add 600 new jobs, as demand grows for unmanned aerial vehicles, sometimes referred to as "drones."

A Green Country company that makes the unmanned planes predicts they could be used for police surveillance, or to locate wildfires.

Farmers could use them to survey crops or oil companies could fly them to locate leaks in their pipelines.

10/9/2012 Related Story: OSU Partners With Canadian Group To Share Expertise On Unmanned Aircraft

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