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    In this February 2013 file photo, Liberty University students walk between classes on the campus in Lynchburg.

Posted: Monday, January 6, 2014 1:00 am

Liberty University’s aeronautics program was “a key contributor” to Virginia Tech’s successful proposal to study unmanned aircraft, or drones, for the Federal Aviation Administration, according to the Tech program’s director.

The FAA announced last week it had chosen six proposals, from institutions in several states, to study ways for unmanned vehicles to fly safely in American airspace.

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