Anti-drone equipment deployed by the British Army at London Gatwick Airport in response to the illegal drone activity, which closed down the airport in December, has been removed. The equipment was installed Dec. 20 at the request of Gatwick and Sussex Police, but has since been withdrawn, a UK Ministry of Defence spokesperson confirmed to ATW Jan. 3. The military’s involvement was a temporary solution and the MoD spokesperson referred inquiries about the longer-term plan to prevent ...

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