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Skies above US military bases to be drone-free: The Japanese government is taking steps to discourage people from flying drones above US military facilities.

Under current civil aviation law, no drone flights are allowed in densely populated areas and near airports.

Drone flights are not prohibited at many of the US military installations in Japan.

The Defense Ministry says the Pacific Command for US Forces earlier requested an end to frequent flights of drones over the facilities, stating they could collide with aircraft. Read more

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Skies above US military bases to be drone-free: The Japanese government is taking steps to discourage people from flying drones above US military facilities.

Under current civil aviation law, no drone flights are allowed in densely populated areas and near airports.

Drone flights are not prohibited at many of the US military installations in Japan.

The Defense Ministry says the Pacific Command for US Forces earlier requested an end to frequent flights of drones over the facilities, stating they could collide with aircraft. 

Skies above US military bases to be drone-free: The Japanese government is taking steps to discourage people from flying drones above US military facilities.

Under current civil aviation law, no drone flights are allowed in densely populated areas and near airports.

Drone flights are not prohibited at many of the US military installations in Japan.

The Defense Ministry says the Pacific Command for US Forces earlier requested an end to frequent flights of drones over the facilities, stating they could collide with aircraft. 

Skies above US military bases to be drone-free: The Japanese government is taking steps to discourage people from flying drones above US military facilities.

Under current civil aviation law, no drone flights are allowed in densely populated areas and near airports.

Drone flights are not prohibited at many of the US military installations in Japan.

The Defense Ministry says the Pacific Command for US Forces earlier requested an end to frequent flights of drones over the facilities, stating they could collide with aircraft.