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Issue / Strategy LAS-3 Potential Loss of Diversity Regarding Low-Level Flight Routes Concern that losses from any reduced capacity or changes in low-level flight routes could impact flight training capability for Seymour Johnson AFB and training mission at Dare County Range. LAS-3A DCR MIA Quantify the Impact of Loss of Military Airspace Conduct a study on the impact of reduced capacity of military airspace on the training missions at Seymour Johnson AFB and the Dare County Range. Quantify the impact on training hours, cost, and risk to viability of Dare County Range. Reach out to other military users of these low level flight routes and the Dare County Range to include quantified impacts on their mission and include in results. Long-Term   Other Partners: NAS Oceana, MCAS Cherry Point, Andrews AFB LAS-4 Further Introduction of the F-35 Aircraft into the North Carolina Airspace Concern that further introduction of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to training in northeast North Carolina could introduce additional impacts to areas of overflight. For a strategy that addresses this issue see Strategy LAS-1A.        LAS-5 Restricted General Aviation Use of Northeast North Carolina Airspace due to Restricted Areas, Military Operating Areas and Military Training Routes Growth at general aviation airports can be hampered by the complexity of military related Restricted Areas, Military Operating Areas, and Military Training Routes that reduce available airspace and access to local airports. LAS-5A DCR MIA Convey Concerns to the Federal Aviation Administration Document impacts to airport growth including constraints resulting from military airspace and submit to the Federal Aviation Administration for consideration and possible remedies. Short-Term      Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report Page 107