Tracking Military, Surveillance And VIP Aircraft

September 23, 2018

I’ve been following this fascinating Twitter Feed by Manu Gomez, which appears to use publicly available tracking information on military and surveillance aircraft. This is a valuable tool to observe behind-the-scenes activity of aircraft on sensitive operations. This information can provide valuable clues to the inner workings of the warfare state, giving us lead-time notice for upcoming military activity.

This field has interested me since the 1990’s, when I was researching CIA contractor Evergreen Aviation, based in McMinnville Oregon and Marana Arizona. Here’s an article I wrote in 1997 that somebody uploaded to the internet when it bacame available:

Who’s Who In The C-130 Scandal?
by John Titus

https://rense.com/politics5/c13os.htm

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Gomez appears to know what he is looking for, and comes up with some novel examples such as this – Trump flying back from his golf club on a different military flight than the usual Air Force 1:

And he provides background on aviation companies such as this:

And Russian aircraft:

And information on missions I had no idea about:

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Mr. Gomez is providing a valuable service to researchers, providing an insight into military and intelligence aircraft all over the world. Here’s the link to his Twitter feed:

Manu Gomez https://twitter.com/GDarkconrad

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