This application allows you to listen, live, conversations of the police in some countries (USA, Canada, Germany, Italy, etc. ). But nothing in France. Choose what you want to listen by selecting the "Top 50" or desired area, or even what he could say close to you (within 250 miles). I could not believe that these conversations could be live, but it turns out that yes even though it is often difficult to understand everything (they speak too fast for me). You can see how many people listen to a particular radio. Just click on one of your choice and listen . . . and possibly wait for the arrest of David Hasselfoff for driving while intoxicated. The options allow, among other things, to have the information on the frequency you are listening, alert codes (eg 10-10 for a fire fight in progress). I also reassures readers about David Hasselhoff (not Hasseloff as I write) that we should not wait because it is unlikely that we talk to him, at least in the live radio scanner in Los Angeles . In addition to more specific guidance to the civil airport, military and aerospace, the new site also has a live radio scanner chat to discuss your Forum but always with one major change: The contributions are no longer by departments but by regions! This is to reduce the number of items. and improve readability. Contributions can also be grouped by the category "themes". Finally, in addition to your usual categories, you will find specific categories of new "Aero". During a weekend, the air base 113 of Saint-Dizier live radio scanner to the rhythm of a major air show. Intended for all lovers of aviation, it will be held on Saturday 18 and Sunday, June 19, 2011, from 10 to 18. Of the 1300 people from NATO commands (JWC Stavanger, JFC Lisbon) and the NATO nations (NRDC Izmir, Istanbul CJFSOCC, SPMARFOR Rota), about 270 French aviators have participated in joint and combined exercise Steadfast Joist 11. It took place from May 26 to June 3, 2011, in Stavanger, Norway and the national air operations center in Lyon. The 49th edition of the International Air and Space in Le Bourget in Paris, will open Monday, June 20, 2011. More than 8000 visitors are expected 13 north of the capital until Sunday, June 26 Sunday, June 5, 2011, a helicopter squadron of Fennec 5 / 67 "Alpilles" stationed at the air base 115 of Orange, has assisted in flying a light aircraft in difficulty. The helicopter was placed on alert as part of ongoing security posture (PPS). He took off on the orders of the National Air Operations Center (CNOA) Lyon Mont-Verdun. . . .