The Florida Department of Environmental protection on Monday signed an agreement with theAs part of the Gulf Regional Airspace Strategic Initiative, the Florida Forest Service will allow the Air Force to deploy non-hazardous, no-impact military communications equipment on state lands.
Air Force that will allow for military
training missions in the Tate’s United States . hell State Forest
Within 60 days, the Department and Air Force will create a plan where the communications equipment, known as threat emitters, can be deployed.The Air Force says no live ammunition will be fired on state land as a result of this agreement.
In October the
Those missions will make use of existing forestry areas, such as the grass air landing strip at
According to the Air Force, expanding their training into state forests will continue the economic benefits of the military presence in the Panhandle.
It will also help protect
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