Aircraft Fly in Restricted Airspace During Obama’s Stay in Williamsburg

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October 18, 2012

6:52 PM

According to the Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily, two small private aircraft were intercepted this past Saturday after they entered airspace that had been restricted for the duration of President Barack Obama’s debate preparations in Kingsmill Resort. Two fighter jets escorted the airplanes out of the restricted area, and they were allowed to continue flying without further incident.

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