Can you fly over military bases that don't have a helipad or airstrip?

Discussion in 'sUAV Rules & Regulations' started by kmaluo, Nov 14, 2016.

  1. beachcombing

    beachcombing Well-Known Member

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    Yes. Also check out the AirMap app or website.


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    Now going off topic, would be interested in have a discussing about the procedure you had to go through for Cranwell. I am about to undertake a ground based 3D laser survey at Marham for construction work going on there. Creating a 3D model. I would like to supplement the data with an aerial survey. Max 8-10min flight max 50m altitude,I can imagine the process is possibly not worth the effort. (Aircarft is I1 Pro, PfAW holder)


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  3. notoriouskeef

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    I was stationed at Hickam Hawaii for 3 years. Do not try it lol. If you are dead set on getting base photography 1. odds are it will NEVER happen, 2. If for some reason you were granted a miracle you would surely have an escort with you. You are in Hawaii!!!! you have so much beautiful scenery anyway!
     
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    Airmap.io will show restricted airspace that isn't necessarily tied to an airfield. A "military" boneyard isn't necessarily a navy base, in fact it's very unlikely that it is. Are talking about the one in The San Fran Bay? It isn't a base.
     
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