The British Army has been called in to help police track down drone operators that have paralyzed London Gatwick, Britain’s second busiest airport since the evening of Dec. 19. Personnel with specialist equipment have been requested to help find the operators who have been deliberately flying their systems around Gatwick on and off for nearly 20 hours. Their actions have forced hundreds of flight cancellations and diversions, stranding tens of thousands of passengers on one of the ...

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