Unmanned Aircraft Systems
This paper needs to include a lot of information from articles that we were. If for some reason I’m not able to attach them on this website,
Outcomes for this assignment:
The student should be able to articulate the difference between constitutional law, statutory law, and administrative law.
The student will articulate [argue] an individual position [agree or disagree] with the government’s [state or federal] authority to impose regulatory and enforcement actions.
A. Compose two paragraphs [minimum of 150 and maximum of 400 words for each paragraph]:
Paragraph 1: Citing the FAA authority to enforce
(1.) Paragraph should inform the reader what FAA responsibilities to regulate and the application of this regulation as it pertains to UAS operations [Copley-2014 International Conference on UAS, Hamilton, 2009, pp. 7-16].
Paragraph 2: Citing the FAA enforcement actions are to include:
(1.) Administrative dispositions [Hamilton, 2009, pp. 34-35]
(2.) Certificate action [Hamilton, 2009, pp. 36-37]
(3.) Civil penalties [Hamilton, 2009, pp. 37-38].
(4.) Investigations [Hamilton, 2009, pp. 37-38] | Letter of Investigation [Hamilton, 2009, p. 53] | Certificate Actions [Hamilton, 2009, pp. 62-72|
B. Compose two paragraphs
[minimum of 150 and maximum of 400 words for each paragraph]: showing your understanding from the previous two paragraphs:
Paragraph 1: A review the Order of Assessment [FAA v. Pirker CP-217-Attachment 1]
Paragraph 2: A review the NTSB Decisional Order [FAA v. Pirker CP-217, U.S. FAA Settles with Videographer Over Drones, Nicas, 2015]
C. Compose one paragraph
[minimum of 150 and maximum of 400 words]: showing your understanding from the previous four paragraphs—articulating an argument for or against the commercial use of UAS:
Paragraph: Include material from the following at least two of the following four Wall Street Journal articles:
(1.) FAA Proposes Rules to Allow… [Nicas & Pasztor, 2015]
(2.) Overregulated Drones Struggle….[Palmore & Carr, 2015]
(3.) Man vs Drone… [Nicas, 2015]
(4.) Criminals, Terrorists Find Uses…[Nicas, 2015]
Finish with a concluding paragraph.