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USA ”Custom airspace” on AIRMAP?

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Hello all,
I’m curious if anyone has come across “custom airspace” and was allowed to fly in it? Example in the southern Nevada in SEARCHLIGHT South West along the 95 their is a “custom airspace” in orange. Here In these photos are the examples:

So what I’m asking is if flying a sUAS is allowed since this area is wide open and a great location to fly around in? Yes their is an airport close by, to the East, and parachutes around the airport but far enough away to safely fly further south/west of airport on the west of the 95.
Also if anyone would knows how they got custom control over this airspace being that it once was NOT a “custom” airspace prior to me seeing this on airmap?

Hope I posted this In the correct forum, apologies if I did not. If not please direct me to a location this post would be correctly placed. Thank you all
 
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You should get rid of AirMap. Not only do they provide inaccurate maps, they are also against having amateur and commercial small drone operators flying above 200ft.

If you want to check airspace and any special restrictions, etc., you should reference skyvector.com or Foreflight or any other provider that shows actual airspace.
 
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Thank you for your advise and I will look into foreflight. Another note I do use skyvector, and I have noticed some inconsistencies with airmap and also did not know they were against flying over 200ft... I’ll do some research on that because if that is so they have their app on ALLOT of peoples devices that should know what their supporting is against them..
I’m not In support of people who go against what 107 pilots stand for. But thank you for your input ianwood.
 

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