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The capsules will land at Dugway Proving Ground and Utah Test and Training Range, both US military reservations. They have tight security.
I'm sure the ground security is tight. What I was wondering about is if they have any planned security during the descent phase where snagging the parachute using an aircraft is a proven technique for airborne recovery of returning capsules.
Flying an airplane anywhere near a military installation without a transponder that they recognize is asking for big trouble. They'd be on you in a heartbeat. You would be known as an unidentified incoming threat, a "bogie". They give them a warning and then shoot them down if they don't like them. They have all certain rules but I can tell you, you would not get anywhere near that incoming capsule.