PITTSBURGH (AP) — In a story July 2 about a conduct code for operators of unmanned aircraft, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Boeing Co. subsidiary Insitu builds drones in Port Orange, Fla. An Insitu employee who was quoted in the story works for the company in that city, but drones are not built there.
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