Received this list today and if you have more info to add, please leave comment - thanks!
Suspected Spray Plane Airlines and Airports & Airfields:
Evergreen - out of Oregon, flying south over California (said to subcontract with Blackwater)
Air National Guard - Lincoln, Nebraska
Fort Sill - Oklahoma
Vandenberg Air Force Base - California
Stratton AFB - Albany, NY
Farmingdale, L.I. NY
Pinal, Arizona (airfield? airport?)
Maguire AFB, New Jersey (KC135) (prop-jet?)
Evergreen - out of Travis AFB - Fairfield, California
Los Angeles International Airport
Canadian Royal Air Force Bases (specific locations?)
South over the state of Maine (Route 9) (Bangor) out of Canada
Southwest Airlines (red-orange fuselage) flying southwest over Saratoga Springs, NY region
Airplane with four red-orange engines & "white" body/wings, flying southwest over Saratoga Springs, NY region
In 2006 Colgan Air, subsidiary of Pinnacle Airlines, now in Memphis Tennessee
In 2006 just north of Quantico Marine Corps base (Virginia?)
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Evergreen Aviation, out of Marana, Arizona
Evergreen Air is out of McMinville, Oregon and has a page that specifically mentions “weather modification” as one of their capabilities. It purports to have these huge tanker planes for fighting forest fires, but how many forest fires are there –planes cost a lot and I am sure they are not just sitting on the ground 11 months a year.
here's a flight tracking application called Flight Aware
in addition to searching for any plane by Flight #, you can search by airport on the left-hand side:
KSBD is for San Bernardino airport
zoom in on the map and see the planes in the area
if you click each one you will find a page of what airline it is, where its coming from, and where its going.
Flight Aware for LAX can be seen here http://flightaware.com/live/airport/KLAX. If you want to see a different airport put the airport code into the box at the lower left of the page. You mouse over the little plane symbols to see the flight info. You can also drag the map around and zoom in and out.
Flight Explorer can be seen here http://www.flightexplorer.com/personal/personalEdition.aspx. I signed up for the personal edition http://www.flightexplorer.com/personal/personalEdition.aspx that costs $10/month.
The Modis satellite is here http://ge.ssec.wisc.edu/modis-today/index.php?satellite=t1&product=true_color&date=2011_02_02_033&overlay_sector=false&overlay_state=true&overlay_coastline=true.
Photos of the tubes sticking out of commercial jet engines or the spike with a hole in the end can be seen here http://www.jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?aircraft=-2&airline=-2&country=-2&photog=-2&category=-2&year=-2&keywordrange=all&keywordlimiter=2&keywords=engine&sort=1&genre=1&size=-2&mainsearch=search&displaymode=1&display=15. You have to scroll down and look through the photos to find the pipes or spikes.
FEBRUARY 14, 2011 UPDATE
Update from Al
"Saw list Cathy........this out of San Berdoo; there's none out of March or Vandenberg...they all come from Arizona or Texas"