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Old 02-07-2005, 5:43 PM
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Default AIR EVAC LIFETEAM FREQUENCIES

Does anyone have the dispatch frequency for Air-evac lifeteam? My closest base is in muscle shoals alabama.
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What county is that? I can do a search. :?:
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Old 02-07-2005, 6:01 PM
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Muscle shoals is in Colbert County Alabama. Thats where the air evac lifeteam base is.
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Old 02-08-2005, 8:58 AM
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Of nd5y's research, the 5th & 11th line down are the frequencies around Huntsville. The 13th (2nd up from bottom) is in Jackson County. The 8th line down is Air Evac's license for the itinerant frequencies of 151.505 & 158.400 for nationwide use. Thanks nd5y for the benefit of your research.

Also, scannerman200, listen to 155.235. This frequency is licensed to Helen Keller Hospital in Sheffield and used by Air Evac and Colbert 911 for launches in the Shoals area. Air Evac gives 911 the flight info to 911 to relay to Air Evac's base in Cullman (?) by phone. There is an input frequency to 155.235 if you are too far away to hear the repeater. I can't think of the frequency at the moment, but it is listed somewhere I've seen.

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Old 02-08-2005, 10:17 AM
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Jonathon, When you find the input frequency for 155.235, please put it on this forum. I am actually to far away for the repeater, so I will need the input frequency. Thanks.
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The input to 155.235 may be 150.805. This is from the FCC database for license KNEE239. Shows 155.235 & 150.805. I'll plug it in and see.

Upon lift off, Air Evac checks in with Colbert 911 with the flight plan. They then switch to the frequency of the on scene agency for landing coordination. Then, once they are back in the air, another contact is made to Colbert 911 with the particulars of the transport, including fuel info, number of souls on board, and destination.

The next Air-Evac station south of the Shoals is in Fayette, Alabama.

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Default AIR EVAC SCANNER FREQUENCIES

i WAS LOOKING ON THE INTERNET ON NALSCAN.COM. iT TELLS SCANNER FREQUENCIES FOR NORTH ALABAMA COUNTY. UNDER MADISON COUNTY THERE IS A FREQUENCY LISTED FOR AIR EVAC. I BELIEVE IT IS 152.93. IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION ON ANY OTHER FREQUENCIES OR THAT PARTICULAR ONE LET ME KNOW. I HEARD THERE HAS BEEN A FEW MORE ADDED TO THE AIR EVAC COMPANY FOR THIS STATE. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION PLEASE RESPOND.
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airevac frequency for west tx is 151.4000! I do not know how the 155.400 for airevac came up, because here in my hometown of McLennan co where west tx is you only hear airevac on 151.4000
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Does anyone know what the closest frequency for Air Evac is for Houston Co Al checked with all the sites listed above the only one I can see is Jackson Co.

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Find the city, county or base nearest to you here:
Air Evac Lifeteam (US Nationwide) - The RadioReference Wiki
Most of their licenses are listed on that wiki page. Some are not confirmed and not in the database.
Also see http://www.lifeteam.net/service_area/bases I don't know if the google map on the wiki article is current.
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I hear them active on 1) 151.910 dcs 131 and 2) 151.505 with a 136.5 tone and 3) 153.245 dcs 115.
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I hear them active on 1) 151.910 dcs 131 and 2) 151.505 with a 136.5 tone and 3) 153.245 dcs 115.
So are you hearing primarily AE-64 on 151.910 (131 DPL), and AE-106 on 153.245 (115 DPL)? Who's using 151.505 (136.5 PL)? Also, what do they call these towers?

Since this thread has been revived, can anyone in the Northeast part of the state confirm the Huntsville tower frequency? From what I can tell by reading old posts and current license data, I believe they are no longer using a split frequency simplex setup, and are now using only 152.930. I have heard AE-15 on 152.930 (054 DPL) recently, but that was also the old input freq to their split frequency setup, so I'm not able to confirm it's not still in use.
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Yes 152.93 is still in use,i hear all the pages go out and instructions to the pilots for scene flights,course heading,distance and type of call,i live in Limestone County.
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