ADSB Exchange Air Refueling Tracks

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This is not necessarily monitoring subject but thought I would hit up this forum in case anyone needs it. Thanks to ADSB Exchange, which some of you may use, they allowed me to plot out the USCONUS Military Air Refueling Charts onto a JPSON file to use on their tracking map. Some may not be perfect, but they are on there, and if anyone would like to have input whether it be something needs changed etc, please let me know. Thanks.
 

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This is not necessarily monitoring subject but thought I would hit up this forum in case anyone needs it. Thanks to ADSB Exchange, which some of you may use, they allowed me to plot out the USCONUS Military Air Refueling Charts onto a JPSON file to use on their tracking map. Some may not be perfect, but they are on there, and if anyone would like to have input whether it be something needs changed etc, please let me know. Thanks.
looks good man, thanks!
 

consys

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Thanks for pointing this out- from a fairly new ADS-B user. The tankers from Travis AFB fly over my house.
 

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Is it visible on the ADSB tracking map currently?
Yea the routes have been on there almost a year. I recently revamped them slightly. If you goto ADSB Exchange
>Click "ADSB Radar View"
>Drop down click on "Tracking Map
>When the map load click the "U" on top right hand corner will filter to military flights only
>3rd icon to the right of the "U" button is a layer icon rollover the icon
>Go down to US A2A Air Refueling and you will see the blue tracks
 

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Yea the routes have been on there almost a year. I recently revamped them slightly. If you goto ADSB Exchange
>Click "ADSB Radar View"
>Drop down click on "Tracking Map
>When the map load click the "U" on top right hand corner will filter to military flights only
>3rd icon to the right of the "U" button is a layer icon rollover the icon
>Go down to US A2A Air Refueling and you will see the blue tracks
Thanks for putting this together. Are you able to add AR-609 and AR-631, located in the north east?
 

flubber2007

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Thanks for putting this together. Are you able to add AR-609 and AR-631, located in the north east?
Yes I can. The reason the Anchor areas are not added because I think generally fighters may use those that are not on ADSB, It also may crowd the map if i put all of them on there. But since you asked I will submit it.
 

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Thanks for doing that, I use the tracks quite often.
Really nice and useful that those are there, thanks again!
 

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LINND 39.409758° -71.710486°
KENDA 39.352969° -70.499447°
LARGE 39.298003° -69.301244°
PENYT 39.231128° -68.499375°
SLATN 39.116667° -67.000000°
 

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I have an ADSB Exchange station, I updated it today via GitHub. I didn't see your add-on on my local screen. Was it only included in the ADSB site?
 

flubber2007

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I have an ADSB Exchange station, I updated it today via GitHub. I didn't see your add-on on my local screen. Was it only included in the ADSB site?
The map can only be seen on ADSB Exchange. Not sure if it can be integrated Into personal ADSB software or not
 
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