In addition to more specific guidance to the civil airport, military radio scanner and aerospace, the new site also has a live 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 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. . . The "easy to say" are all the contents of French and foreign media that seem worthy of mention. If necessary, they will be subject to further processing in our articles paid for. The page "quickly said" serves to give a non-print subscribers interests of the site. The page "quickly said" is very frequently updated during the day. An Internet Nerland, a former soldier, costs radio communications for military aircraft involved in Libya and broadcast extracts via his Twitter account, indicates the site of Wired magazine. The user who calls himself "Huub" said cost the military radio scanner since the age of 25 prs. It uses an ICOM R20 Receivers and scanner radio Uniden UBC-785XLT scanner, available for about 400 euros. This allows him to listen to radio messages unencrypted changed by military aircraft with the towers of CONTRL or civilian aircraft. Huub is that broadcast the recording of a military radio scanner broadcast by a plane psychological action amricain EC-130J announcing by military radio scanner to ships Libya in English, in French and Arabic: "If you try to leave the port, you will be attacked and dtruits IMMEDIATE, for your own good do not leave the port. ".