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  1. Intro & background: I've been researching my up and coming first job here with my part 107. It is a military contract with the local authority. Location of Flight: Within R-2905B airspace just south (outside) of PAM Class D. (I am not authorized to give exact long/lat) Question: PAM (Tyndall AFB) is not yet on LAANC, and FAA Drone Zone doesn't include restricted airspace. The chart supplements advise contacting APP (approach) at the frequency listed. Is this that scenario where I am going to be forced into having 2-way comms with PAM APP? Trying to avoid that $300 expenditure before my very first contract. Thanks guys.
  2. Can I fly here? I'm wanting to double check whether I can fly in this Alert Area: A-531 (see attached snippet area of Charlotte Sectional and supplement). As I understand it flying in the area North of the town of Troy the Alert Area (A-531) is in effect Monday to Friday 0600 to 2400 and during weekends via NOTAM and between 200ft and 1500ft AGL, meaning that I should be able to fly below 200ft AGL during the week, whilst being alert for manned aircraft or during the weekend up to 400ft as long as I check NOTAMs before flying. I do have my part 107 and North Carolina commercial drone certification. Can anyone confirm this is correct? And if not, do I have to apply for a CoWA to fly commercially here? Thanks!