military operation area


military operation area
An airspace of defined dimensions established to segregate certain military activities from IFR (instrument flight rules) traffic and to identify, for VFR (visual flight rules) traffic, where military training activities are conducted. MOAs are depicted on sectional, VFR terminal area, and en route low-altitude charts.

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