This is what happens when you disobey TFR(Temporary Flight Restriction)

This is what happens when you disobey TFR(Temporary Flight Restriction) :

A U.S. Department of Homeland Security Black Hawk intercepts a Civil Air Patrol Cessna 182 during a training exercise. Civil Air Patrol’s Texas Wing supported U.S. Air Force air defense training for Super Bowl LI in 2017. These exercises – Felix Hawk on Jan. 24 and Falcon Virgo on Feb. 1 – were designed to protect the airspace around NRG Stadium in Houston.

Funny little joke I found in the comments: Plot Twist: Due to budget cuts Cessna 182 flyover was all they could get for the super bowl.

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The Air Force Auxillary is owned by the U.S Air Force and is recognized as part of the Air Forces overall manpower calculations in case for time of war…or other disasters.

This was a training exercise that was highly coordinated as a planned interception.

With that said, I still think it’s awesome that a helicopter can go faster than a prop.

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Are there any long term effects to disobeying TFR? Like license suspension? Termination? Etc.

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Besides the possibility of being shot down by a highly sophisticated military aircraft…Nah they probably just find out what happened and tell ya not to do it again :)… Anybody want cookies? 😳

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