2. Prohibited and restricted areas are regulatory special use airspace and are established in 14 CFR Part?73 through the rulemaking process.
3. Warning areas, MOAs, alert areas, CFAs, and national security areas (NSA) are nonregulatory special use airspace.
4. Permanent SUA (except CFAs) is charted on Sectional Aeronautical, VFR Terminal Area, and applicable En Route charts, and include the hours of operation, altitudes, and the controlling agency.
Does VFR flight following ensure separation between you and military aircraft while flying thru a MOA?
Yes, because ATC will not provide service to VFR aircraft through a MOA unless the MOA is not in use. So, if they're providing service, there are no military aircraft actively using the MOA -- even if the MOA is listed as "active" by NOTAM or scheduled hours. If it is being used, ATC will either provide vectors around it or terminate your radar service as you enter.