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#1 Post by jeffkett » 30 Jan 2020 21:26

i have not used the Adsbexchange site for a very long time. It looks like they have greatly changed their web site format. If I remember from the old days, in the data area where all the flight info was displayed, you could see an entry for civilian or military. I don't believe in the new format that is shown. Does anyone know if there is a filter option or toggle that would distinguish Civilian/Military?

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#2 Post by disp617 » 31 Jan 2020 07:58

Yes, if you hit menu, options, filter you can filter out just military aircraft. What I also do is in the civ/mil column in the aircraft listings I click on the top of that column and that will put all military and interested aircraft at the top of the list.

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#3 Post by cdgordon » 31 Jan 2020 08:16

There is some testing I believe it is for a new interface for that website at:
No tutorial but if you are used to the other, it is easier to figure out. Fewer options and filters but no timeout. For military, click the "U" at the top.


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#4 Post by Scott » 31 Jan 2020 09:22

I'll +1 Chris's comment. That interface work very well for me and it's easy to track milair activity.

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