On 5-20-22 a KC-135 passed generally east-bound or northeast-bound near a park in Wichita KS (lat/lon 37.628321 -97.305618) at an unusually low altitude. Estimated below 2000' AGL. It may have then landed at nearby KIAB (McConnell Air Force Base) soon after.
This flight path is relatively unusual; normally the tankers fly their patterns on the east side of the KIAB runways, and the stated location is west of the base.
What was the aircraft's actual AGL or MSL altitude when nearest this location? (Ground level is about 1280' MSL there.)
The time it passed nearest the stated lat/lon was around 5:24-5:26 PM Central Daylight Time.
I tried to research this using FlightAware or FlightRadar24 but I'm not very familiar with how to use these programs to search past data, and I'm not sure whether or not they archive any military data, and if so, whether or not some special method is needed to see it. So this is basically a question about whether this information is accessible via either of these resources, and if so, how to access it, and what the result is.