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AOPA opposes request to restrict more airspace in IndianaAOPA opposes request to restrict more airspace in Indiana

AOPA opposes request to restrict more airspace in Indiana

How much protected airspace does the military need to blow up a variety of ordnance? The Navy says its one-half-mile-radius, half-mile-high restricted area (R-3404) in Crane, Ind., is no longer big enough. AOPA believes the Navy should develop a way to contain blast fragments within R-3404's current size. Find out how you can help AOPA prevent the military from restricting more airspace.

November 9, 2007

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