AEZ

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AcronymDefinition
AEZAgro-Ecological Zone
AEZAgri-Export Zone
AEZApplied Entomology and Zoology (Japanese Society of Applied Entomology and Zoology)
AEZAcrodermatitis Enteropathica, Zinc-Deficiency Type
AEZAlkaline Earth Zeolite
AEZAir Exclusion Zone (aviation no-fly area)
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Police launched an investigation and said the incident was being treated as a breach of the air exclusion zone in place for the president's two-night stay.
Police Scotland said the incident was being treated as a "breach of the air exclusion zone" that had been put in place for President Trump's visit.
Police Scotland have launched a criminal investigation into the incident.Assistant Chief Constable Mark Williams said: "There is now an active criminal inquiry into the breach of the air exclusion zone around Turnberry on Friday evening.
To enable this firing to be conducted safely, QinetiQ put in place an air exclusion zone of 1.1m sq kms, approximately twice the size of Spain.
Firefighters, police and mountain rescue teams from Llanberis, Ogwen Valley and Aberglaslyn also made their way to the peak, while an air exclusion zone was put in place.
Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario said China's flights to the Spratlys should be challenged, as it might next impose an air defense identification zone above the contested region similar to the air exclusion zone it had declared in the East China Sea, where it is locked in dispute with Japan over ownership of five uninhabited islands.
Rather, it hopes to establish "de facto" safe zones in northern Syria by clearing this region of ISIS; and to establish a de facto air exclusion zone, assuming the presence of coalition aircraft will deter the Syrian military from overflying this area.
That official added that China could be "testing the waters" to see if it can enforce an air exclusion zone above the Spratly archipelago of the South China Sea, where multiple countries have overlapping territorial claims.
Obama has not even agreed to a Turkish proposal for an air exclusion zone over Aleppo to stop the regime bombing its own people.
"For safety reasons there is a 200-metre exclusion zone around the grounded vessel and a onemile and 2,000ft air exclusion zone. There is no impact on vessels transiting the Solent as the vessel is not within a shipping channel."
IF the Syrian bombers had entered the British air exclusion zone they would have been shot down.
It added that the US-made surface-to-air missiles will not in "any way be used to promote an air exclusion zone" over neighbouring Syria.