The UND UAS Laboratory located in the old Flight Service Station at the Grand Forks International Airport has gone through some recent changes. Northrop Grumman is installing equipment for Sensor Operator research (supervised by Doug Olson) and two Remotely Operated Vehicle Adaptable Training & Tracking System (ROVATTS) Mission Training Devices (MTDs) were relocated from Ryan Hall to the airport laboratory. Two MUSE AFSERS computer-based training devices are also being updated. The ROVATTS MTDs and MUSE AFSERS equipment is to be used for present and future UAS research, education, and training efforts (supervised by John Bridewell). The Chief UAS Instructor and UAS laboratory director is Mark Hastings.