A U.S. Air Force fighter jet soars past a CAP Cessna aircrew during an intercept training exercise. CAP planes simulate trespassers in secured space so military pilots can practice dealing with such airspace violations. Photo // Civil Air Patrol
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Civilian aircraft operations are subject to interception in the interest of national security, defense, or law enforcement. This presentation will review the international framework for flight operations, discuss select instances of use of force against civilian aircraft, and review ICAO (and FAA) intercept procedures.
Christopher Coyle is a CAA Member. He is a partner at Vanden Bos & Chapman, LLP in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Coyle’s practice focuses on debtor-creditor issues, include bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, and alternatives. Mr. Coyle also is involved with the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, an advocacy competition for law students addressing issues of public international law.
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Monterey Chicken topped with Jack Cheese, Bacon, Tomatoes, Scallions and Light Drizzle BBQ Sauce
Broccoli & Cauliflower
Garden Tossed Green Salad topped with Cucumbers & Tomatoes with House Dressings & Home-style Croutons
Warm Bread with Butter
* Salmon may be selected as a substitute during the Dinner registration process