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The BDA of AC-107-2A

Updated: Apr 27

In the military, BDA is the post-strike review conducted after the application of force to determine the effects, including damage done. This concept applies, in theory, to federal policy. On February 1, 2021, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) launched Advisory Circular (AC) 107-2A, providing “guidance for conducting small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations in the National Airspace System (NAS)” for Part 107. This article outlines whether or not it hit the mark

Topics: Federal Aviation Authority, FAA, Advisory Circular 107-2A, Part 107, Maintenance & Inspections, Pilot Fitness, Approvals, Roles & Responsibilities, visual line of sight, VLOS, Part drone deliveries, mishap reporting, remote identification, RID

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