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The Federal Aviation Administration will bar commercial and hobby drones from flying over 133 US military bases starting on Friday.

The FAA issued the order “to address national security concerns.”
Violators could be fined or prosecuted, the agency said.

The regulations are among the first that solely apply to drones.
“US military facilities are vital to the nation’s security.

The FAA and the Department of Defense have agreed to restrict drone flights up to 400 feet within the lateral boundaries of these 133 facilities,” the agency said. (Here is a map listing all of the new restricted airspace.)
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