Track Military Aircraft with ADSB Exchange

ADSB Exchange Global Radar is a handy tool for tracking military aircraft. Although not all military aircraft are displayed, this can be a useful resource for finding out what is flying, and where they may be headed, including transiting to the Mach Loop.

ADSB Exchange - Virtual Radar- Flight Tracker - Military - Mach Loop

Watch our demo animation above to learn how to enable the Military-only filter

Link to ADSB Exchange Global Radar

They also kindly have a page that displays currently airborne military aircraft in a tabular format, here is the link.

5 Replies to “Track Military Aircraft with ADSB Exchange”

  1. live near the lop planes overhead often .visit the loop frequently .the site will be a big help to me

  2. Being interested in Military Aircraft after serving in The RN Fleet Air Arm.Find visiting The Mach Loop a Great Interest for my Photography.

  3. hi, i am travelling through central wales on the 16 th of May. please could anyone suggest a good spot to view the aircraft that is not too strenuous to get to. my girl friend has a heart condition.

  4. Question: Airband Scanners:
    Do you know whether the Uniden ubc75XLT will pick up Military Aircraft, if so, does it pick up most Military Aircraft & does the UBC125XLT pick up more Military? Thanks.

    1. you need a Scanner which covers the 225-512 MHz UHF landmobile radio Bands .. the 75XLT Doesn’t. The 125XLT with Super Gainer Aerial seems to be the most Common up there but some-one else can recommend others! I use the 125.. I can get Civil at Birmingham, Military all over the place. it just depends on if You have their Freqs programmed in.
      Hope that Helps

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