BREAKING: FAA declares flight restrictions over “Battle Ground Vortac” near Portland, cites “active national defense” operations and warns unmanned aircraft may be shot down

Saturday, July 18, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Mike Adams
NaturalNews.com
Saturday, July 18, 2020

We have now confirmed that the FAA has declared NOTAM flight restrictions at the Battle Ground Vortac (BTG) near Portland, Oregon, described as, “Temporary flight restrictions for Special Security Reasons.”

Under NOTAM (Note to Airmen) number FDC 0/1203, published by the FAA at this link, the FAA warns that, “No pilots may operate an aircraft in the areas covered by this NOTAM (except as described).”

The notice describes the exceptions to the flight restrictions as involving, “active national defense, homeland security… or disaster response missions.”

Radical left-wing terrorist groups — such as Black Lives Matter and Antifa — continue to operate in the area, firing explosives at government buildings and assaulting federal law enforcement officers, all while Mayor Ted Wheeler is now fully siding with the terrorists. The entire U.S. media has been ordered by the CIA into a nationwide news blackout of the real events there, so that left-wing media can continue to falsely describe the Black Lives Matter terrorist group as a “peaceful” operation.

The FAA notice further warns that pilots operating aircraft within the restricted airspace may have their aircraft seized or destroyed. The notice refers to the Battle Ground Vortac in Southern Washington, which is a navigation beacon system for pilots. See full details at PilotNav.com.

The FAA notice seems to indicate that “unmanned aircraft” may pose a “security threat” to government buildings or personnel. The altitude described in the order is from zero to 1000 feet, which is the very low altitude where buildings are located.

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