Burkhardt, I got the software up and running last night. I love the GA and commercial aspects of MyTraffic. Finally, I don't feel as if I'm flying in the wake of the zombie apocalypse!
Today, I dropped in on my favorite U.S. military airfields, and I found them surprisingly bereft of their expected traffic. That said, here are some ideas. I know that armed services don't published their flight schedules, but it would make sense to see planes bouncing at some of the following fields and transiting between them:
NAS Corpus Christi (KNGP), NAS Pensacola (KNPA), and NAS Whiting Field North (KNSE) all field lots of T-6 Texan IIs (https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=c0W8S0FW&id=071E47EC16BF24ACDE328F9CEEBDA0752E299ECB&q=t-6+texan+ii+navy&simid=608018536959641884&selectedIndex=2&ajaxhist=0). These are training planes, so some of them will always be bouncing in the pattern.
NAS Whiting Field South (KNDZ) fields many, many TH-57s (https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=dyCHmoBz&id=8D8540A4B14666FEB6D330A77507FE62362B9417&q=th-57s&simid=608001485938820493&selectedIndex=3&ajaxhist=0). Those planes fly in the pattern at KNDZ.
NAS Meridien (KNMM) and Kingsville (KNQI) both field T-45 Goshawks (https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=RKPKFV5h&id=37EAD6D32B56B31ADA091084435E0688F728DF8F&q=nas+meridian+goshawks&simid=608042026137488979&selectedIndex=8&ajaxhist=0). Again, I'd expect to find these in the pattern at these airfields.