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its blocked on most systems..
but technically AF1 92-9000 and its twin 82-8000 do broadcast ADS-B, when they are within a controlled airspace close to airports or when landing at civilian sites, else they only have the military ID on.
However I will not mention the relevant hexcodes
 
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its blocked on most systems..
but technically AF1 92-9000 and its twin 82-8000 do broadcast ADS-B, when they are within a controlled airspace close to airports or when landing at civilian sites, else they only have the military ID on.
However I will not mention the relevant hexcodes
The two VC-25A used in the US Presdential fleet broadcast Mode-S, not ADS-B. Dump1090 will pick them up, but since they are Mode-S, no lat-lon is part of the Mode-S message.

With MLAT, the position can be derived.

Marty
 
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@marty- Don't know where you got that info, but both are able to transmit Mode-S and ADS-B, when requested so by ATC. I have seen it myself.
 
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