A series of air-to-air earth-scattered L-Band multipath measurements are described and experimental results presented. During these measurements RF pulses were transmitted between two instrumented general aviation aircraft flying coaltitude, diverging paths over a variety of terrain and water surfaces. Multipath data was collected over grazing angles ranging from ~5?? to ~75??. The objectives of these measurements were the: 1. Characterization of the multipath environment in which beacon based airborne collision avoidance (BCAS) equipment would operate. 2. Investigation of the merits and limitations of various degrees of antenna diversity in the rejection of multipath.