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CEO Robert Fitzgerald is positioning Newport News-based Bosh Global Systems to take advantage of new opportunities in unmanned aerial systems.

Robert Fitzgerald sees a wealth of business opportunities when he looks to the sky, and he's not star gazing. He's not even cloud gazing. For now, the first 400 feet of airspace will do just fine.

The 22-year Air Force veteran and president of BOSH Global Services is in the business of unmanned aerial systems. But that's not why business is looking up.

Fitzgerald is excited about a new federal law that requires the Federal Aviation Administration to open the national airspace for drones to handle commercial jobs.

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