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