Boston Airport Tests Radar to Avoid Bird Strikes

Boston Airport Tests Radar to Avoid Bird Strikes

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plane_on_runway.jpgLogan International Airport is testing a specialized radar system the Air Force uses to protect its fighters and NASA uses to guard its $2 billion shuttles, as it considers stepping up its efforts at preventing collisions between birds and airplanes.

Logan, which is surrounded by water, already has a wildlife mitigation staff that already includes five full-time employees.

(Read the AP story at Google) 

Photo by John Stone, eyeclectic.net 

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