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Old 01-29-2013, 6:34 AM
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Maybe they were off the usual route?
Edit: After listening to the audio I would say they were inland, possibly passing west of us between NS and NB, they were talking about seeing the Confederation Bridge at one point, on the left side, so maybe they were outbound??

Here's the audio, plus some Guard Ops usual stuff going into Bangor, or Pease.

Audioboo / AR20 - 28-01-2013 - Brits

Also, I can confirm that the C-17 A to A freq in Darryl's list is active, and was the last transmission in this audio clip.

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Old 01-29-2013, 9:15 AM
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Edit: After listening to the audio I would say they were inland, possibly passing west of us between NS and NB.
Well...that confirms what I was thinking. I picked up RAFAIR02 on PlanePlotter in that exact area. I have no idea how I was able to pick them up here but I also heard (portions) of the lobster roll conversation.
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Well...that confirms what I was thinking. I picked up RAFAIR02 on PlanePlotter in that exact area. I have no idea how I was able to pick them up here but I also heard (portions) of the lobster roll conversation.
Lol..mmm..lobster rolls! I think that might have been one of the REACH flights actually, heading into Bangor would be my guess. I would guess those RAF birds went up the Bay of Fundy, so that might explain why you heard them too.
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Refueling going on right now. ETHYL85 (63-8873) is the KC.
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Getting intermittent comms on AR20 Primary. 19:06 local.
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Enabling "ohh!! Airplanes maybe!!" Scanlist. Thanks Ian!
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Enabling "ohh!! Airplanes maybe!!" Scanlist. Thanks Ian!
Np.. They're getting closer now, you hearing anything interesting Darryl?
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I gave it till about 20 after and then turned the po-lice back on (addiction is he**). Ohh there they are. Just got some static on Pri. Any clues as to AC type?
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I gave it till about 20 after and then turned the po-lice back on (addiction is he**). Ohh there they are. Just got some static on Pri. Any clues as to AC type?
No not yet, still waiting to see them on the box. They are pretty far out still I guess.

edit : ETHYL01 just popped up.

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Ahh. Maybe the static here in the bat cave was coincidence then. ~8 months till house and as ridiculous an antenna as budget will allow!
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All I heard was 90 something k of gas and diverting to Niagara Falls so far.
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as ridiculous an antenna as budget will allow!
Build your own man! It can be way cheaper, and lots of fun.

I just bought a pair of tripods today to give me room for the 2 new antenna's I built recently. One is a 7 foot dipole Below is the link to the guy with the tripods kijiji add, good price!

Galvanized 5 foot steel tripod mast parts DGA6230 - Halifax Electronics For Sale - Kijiji Halifax Canada.

I'm guessing the receiver is a REACH flight, I just heard one talking to Moncton.
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All I heard was 90 something k of gas and diverting to Niagara Falls so far.
I thought that's what I heard, that's a serious divert lol..
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I intend to build one. I just don't know a THING about em yet. Mind providing some advice when it's time? Also I really need a second mil air capable scanner. My PSR 500 had issues with the antenna connector once and that was enough. Don't wanna be unplugging and plugging every day..
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I thought that's what I heard, that's a serious divert lol..
Paying for 90k of gas by hitting the casinos?
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I intend to build one. I just don't know a THING about em yet. Mind providing some advice when it's time? Also I really need a second mil air capable scanner. My PSR 500 had issues with the antenna connector once and that was enough. Don't wanna be unplugging and plugging every day..
My advice, start reading and planning now, there's a lot to learn. I can certainly help you out, but also don't be shy about visiting the Antenna forum here, there lots of helpful folks on here that can give you tons of good info, above and beyond what I know.

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Paying for 90k of gas by hitting the casinos?
LOL, that's one way to do it, I wonder what the dollar value is on 90k LBS.
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LOL, that's one way to do it, I wonder what the dollar value is on 90k LBS.
Well...JP4 weighs 6.84lbs/gallon. So...90K would be 13157.89 gallons. Current price of $2.048/Gallon equals $26,947.37. I beleive they would be classified as High-Rollers!
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Default RCH574 & ETHYL85 on AR-20

Here is the audio from last evening's refueling of REACH574 by ETHYL85:
Audioboo / ETHYL85 Refuels RCH574 on AR-20 Jan 30th, 2013
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Well...JP4 weighs 6.84lbs/gallon. So...90K would be 13157.89 gallons. Current price of $2.048/Gallon equals $26,947.37. I beleive they would be classified as High-Rollers!
LOL, I'd say so!

Do they use JP4? I keep hearing them say what sounds like JP8..or maybe they're saying JPA? Is there such thing as either of these ?


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Here is the audio from last evening's refueling of REACH574 by ETHYL85:
Audioboo / ETHYL85 Refuels RCH574 on AR-20 Jan 30th, 2013
Thanks look, great audio as usual! I hope my new setup gets me some better reception, yours is always so clear.
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Do they use JP4? I keep hearing them say what sounds like JP8..or maybe they're saying JPA? Is there such thing as either of these ? ....
Thanks look, great audio as usual! I hope my new setup gets me some better reception, yours is always so clear.
You are correct, they burn JP-8. Sorry bout that...no idea what that costs.

Here is a bit of last evening's AR with REACH 801;
Audioboo / REACH801 & ETHYL01 on AR-20, Jan 30th, 2013
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