The pretty intense military flying activity at night over Iraq you can track online

An A330 MRTT flying over Iraq tracking on

This is what could be tracked online, flying over Iraq in the night of Jun. 14, 2016. can show the air war against Daesh in real time.

Here’s what one of our readers spotted over Iraq in the night of Jun. 14 while some ISIS targets were probably being targeted or spied.

Tanker (RAF), tanker (RAAF), USAF ISR (Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance) aircraft, and probably some ELINT stuff (the no callsign one).

Here are the screenshots.

Iraq activity 1

Iraq activity 2

Iraq activity 3

Iraq activity 4

Iraq activity 5

Iraq activity 6

Here below you can find the links to the flight histories of those missions:

Moreover, some mysterious flights from Teheran into Iraq, could be tracked online on the very same night:

H/T Andrei Musescu for the heads up and screenshots.

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