Currently Airborne Military Aircraft

ADS-B Exchange is currently tracking the following military aircraft. Some positions are able to be seen via ADS-B or calculated through multilateration. Some positions are unknown, but a signal from the aircraft is being received.

All of this information is broadcast from the aircraft, to anyone with a receiver, on 1090 Mhz. Therefore, security risks are not a concern (as the information is already being broadcast anyhow).

It is assumed that if entering combat, pilots will press the “off” button on the transponder making them invisible to this site and traditional secondary radar!

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OperatorModelRegCallsignSpeed
(knots)
Alt
(ft)
Lat
Lon
ICAO-hex
()TEST123418625
ADF997
()TEST1234
ADFBFB
()TEST1234
ADFBF6
()TEST1234
ADFBFA
()TEST1234
ADFBF7
()TEST123418000
7CF7BA
()TEST12347126
7CF7BB
()SSM10-33.872
151.2118
7CF7CA
()SSM20-33.8705
151.205
7CF7CB
Heathrow Airport Tower (-TWR)TEST12342600
400006
()TEST1234365
7CF7B8
()RY230NH43050
506F76
()TEST12346480
ADF996
Ground Station FFMSNE, Schneeberg, Au. (TEST)FFMSNE680047.7913
15.8507
447AC7
Ground Test - San Francisco Intl. (TEST)TEST123484
ADF993
(TEST)TEST12343782
ADF994
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, VA (TEST)GSY32760
ADFBE0
()JT4 F9.59075
506F77
()22700
ADFBDD
Ground Test - San Francisco Intl (TEST)TEST123422825
ADFBDE
()8800
ADF991
Ground Test - San Francisco Intl or Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. GA (TEST)TEST12346109
ADF992
Ground Test - San Francisco Intl. (TEST)TEST1234180673333.9908
-117.3212
ADFBDF