Flight Radar published a post about the air traffic overseas. They found some interest in the military air traffic, as did I! You can track planes by their ICAO codes. [P.S. I've moved my local/Ontario flight page here. Also, websites that follow be sea or air.]
UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres:
This war must end. The people of Ukraine cannot bear the violence being inflicted on them and the most vulnerable people around the world cannot become collateral damage for which they bear no responsibility.
Also, @simon_huwiler has create a map (US War Data) showing all the Russian troop placements. This page of mine explains it. The Live UA Map shows incursions into Ukraine. Flight Radar has published an interesting piece about the different planes, drone, and surveillance tools, in NATO support in the air.
June 16, 2022
May 24 – we had power outages here. I cannot imagine what they are going through there.
May 12May 11
FORTE12 - Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk REDEYE6 - Boeing E-8C NATO11 - Boeing E-3A Sentry NO CALLSIGN - Most likely a Boeing P-8 Poseidon:
April 26 – talk of war, and threats by Russia
Saturday, April 23rd, the Russians are bombing Ukraine
Friday, April 22
Wednesday, April 20
Monday, April 18th
Sunday, April 17th
Saturday, April 16th
Thursday, April 14th
Wednesday, April 13th
Monday, April 11th
Sunday, April 10th
Saturday, April 9th
Friday, April 8th
Thursday, April 7th
They've moved out of the northern areas near Kyiv, for now.
Wed., April 6th
April 5 – Tuesday, Bucha happened
April 3 – Sunday, after horrible incidents of mass murder in Ukraine.
There was an RAF KAYAK.
There were three DUKEs:
The US was flying two Stratocasters at 25,000'. These beasts are tankers.
March 25During the appalling Russian war on Ukraine, many are watching the skies. Canada and the US have jets near there.
March 25th – Russians are traveling all around Ukraine. President Biden is in Poland re: Ukraine.
Here’s the list of aircraft ICAO codes I find interesting:
- 6285 – Russian Air Force
- FORTE 11 and 12 belong to the US.
- LAGR 221 – US Stratotanker <= specs.
- DUKE 50, 51, 73 – Sikorsky Blackhawk, US. (DUKE 73 is a Cessna.)
- NATO 01 – Nato Boeing Sentry
- KC-135: K35A – for refueling in the air, mostly USA. Also, KC–10A
- RC-135: R135
- UH-60M Blackhawk: H60