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Old 07-23-2011, 7:27 PM
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Anyone know the Heavy Metal Jet Team discreet plane to plane frequencies? I can't find them anywhere
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Anyone know the Heavy Metal Jet Team discreet plane to plane frequencies? I can't find them anywhere
Try searching 225-380 mhz.


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I havent tried the Scanner search, I am sure they are in the 108-136 range as they are a civilian team. I provide my own feed and am at the Airshow when they are flying so I cant change the feed frequency when they start flying. Its ok, just wanted to give my listeners a "treat". Flight teams aare so awesome to listen to.

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If anyone is wondering, I found them on 135.675 which is plane to plane. Hope this helps anyone else that wants to listen in.
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If anyone is wondering, I found them on 135.675 which is plane to plane. Hope this helps anyone else that wants to listen in.
I can confirm this is the correct discrete frequency for the team. They were fun to listen to. I posted a short clip of them with scanner audio from our Memorial Day Air Show. If you wanna see/hear it, just click the link in my sig and its still the main vid on my YT channel page. ...I know, shameless plug
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