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Israeli Strikes and the Issue of Overflight Clearance

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Col. Pat Lang asks which neighboring countries—such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Jordan and Iraq (whose airspace is now under US control)—would permit overflight clearance in the case of an Israeli strike at Sic Semper Tyrannis:

“Overflight Clearance” is the granting of permission for one country’s military or civilian aircraft to fly over and through the air space of another sovereign political entity. For one country to overfly the territory of another without permission is a clear violation of international law which invites engagement by air defense forces of the country overflown or any country that has effective authority to grant or deny overflight permission.

Irancove @ June 21, 2008

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