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Old 12-08-2012, 11:04 AM
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Another FYI guys, there's a refuel on the schedule for 13:30 local today, just thought I'd let you all know, since weekend refuels seem to be rare lately.
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:07 AM
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I've probably picked up 4 military flights today when it's cloudy.. Unreal luck...

Spent the last couple hours totally revamping my scanlists, here's my Mil Air stuff. I might be able to trim a few things, maybe the old AR-20 area frequencies, I don't know. I'd like to only have what I need in the interest of scan speed so if there's anything I can cut (or add if it's useful) please let me know, thanks! Sorry in advance for the formatting, was hoping for some sort of column structure, put a bunch of periods in in case it helps sorta structure things..

Maineiac.Ops... 311.0000 AU
Maine.IFR.A2A... 238.2000 AM
Pease.Ops....... 321.0000 AM
Pease.IFR.A2A... 324.1000 AM
Ellswrth.B-1.A2A 343.0000 AM
McGuire.KC-10... 139.8750 AM
AR-020.Pri...... 341.7500 AU
AR-020.Sec...... 349.7000 AU
SW.Exit.MCC..... 119.6000 AU
Sec.ARCP.SW..... 247.0000 AU
Sec.Alt.IFR..... 265.6494 AU
Sec.SW.IFR.Exit. 266.3000 AU
NE.Track.BCC.... 269.3000 AU
SW.Track.MCC.... 294.5000 AU
Pri.Alt.IFR..... 305.5000 AU
PRI.Air.-.Air... 337.4000 AU
SEC.Air.-.Air... 339.4000 AU
NE.Exit.MCC..... 368.5000 AU
C-17.A/A........ 319.4000 AM
B-2.A/A......... 318.0500 AM
Boom.Freq....... 281.4500 AU
Intr.Plane.Comms 281.8000 AU
B-2.A/A......... 228.1250 AM
B-1.A/A......... 315.8250 AM
B-1.A/A......... 267.0000 AM
B-1.A/A......... 262.0000 AM
B-52.A/A........ 228.2750 AM
B-52.A/A........ 256.2750 AM
NORAD........... 364.2000 AM
Boom.Freq....... 227.5000 AM
NORAD/Huntress.. 234.7000 AU
NORAD.Training.. 260.9000 AM
---NEED.LABEL--- 281.8000 AM
---NEED.LABEL--- 303.8000 AM
Alpha.Pri....... 396.2000 AM
Alpha.Sec....... 394.6000 AM
Bravo.Pri....... 391.0000 AM
Bravo.Sec....... 388.4000 AM
Charlie.Pri..... 378.2000 AM
Charlie.Sec..... 375.7000 AM
Delta.Pri....... 373.5500 AM
Delta.Sec....... 370.4000 AM
Echo.Pri........ 314.1000 AM
Echo.Sec........ 297.3000 AM
Kilo.Pri........ 343.1000 AM
Kilo.Sec........ 322.8000 AM
India.Pri....... 254.6000 AM
India.Sec....... 255.7500 AM
Juliet.Pri...... 236.7500 AM
Juliet.Sec...... 228.5500 AM
Foxtrot.Pri..... 293.0000 AM
Foxtrot.Sec..... 289.7000 AM
Winchester...... 303.0000 AM

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Old 12-08-2012, 12:31 PM
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Hi guys, I'm reprogramming/reorganizing my scanner and adding any missing frequencies I'm missing from the last few pages here.. Anyone know a good label for 281.800 or 303.800?

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303.800 I have it recorded as a freq used by the Snowbirds (PA Link). My logs show it was active, briefly,on Nov 24th.
The other, 281.800 was an A-A 'PUSH' freq used by the SILVER flight (CF-18s) during the recent Norad exercise. May want to keep that one in.
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Argon 73 and an Ethyl confirming a ten min late meet up tome on the feed Ian?
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Old 12-08-2012, 1:50 PM
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Roger that Darryl! I just heard the same, ETHYL LIMA 3 talking to what sounded like ARGON73, or ARGO73, 10 minutes late.
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Old 12-08-2012, 1:54 PM
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Sweeeets.... Any idea of the delay on your feed vs real life? I think we figured it out to be almost instant once..

Oh I was thinking, might it be goood idea to start a thread that consists of a pool of our frequencies and labels? I think that'd be good cause it would be just NS region stuff that we could, again at the interest of scanning speed, program in as a minimum wthout risking missing stuff?
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Old 12-08-2012, 2:20 PM
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Sweeeets.... Any idea of the delay on your feed vs real life? I think we figured it out to be almost instant once..

Oh I was thinking, might it be goood idea to start a thread that consists of a pool of our frequencies and labels? I think that'd be good cause it would be just NS region stuff that we could, again at the interest of scanning speed, program in as a minimum wthout risking missing stuff?
The feed should be instant, or almost anyways, within 5-10 secs from what Ive noticed.

As for the thread for freqs, I think that's a great idea man, or maybe even a wiki page depending on how ambitious your feeling, cause then you could have a table instead of a massive list in a post, at least I think you can do that in the wiki..

edit: I'm getting coms now on that refuel, still a ways out by the sound of it.
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Old 12-08-2012, 2:37 PM
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UK group reported ARGON73 as 00-9001 0336 Boeing 757-200 C32B USAF/227th SOF New Jersey-ANG
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Old 12-08-2012, 5:35 PM
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UK group reported ARGON73 as 00-9001 0336 Boeing 757-200 C32B USAF/227th SOF New Jersey-ANG
Thanks for the info look! I was wondering what they were with a name like ARGON, but didn't get a chance to look them up.
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Old 12-10-2012, 7:17 PM
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Ethyl with REACH425 TC-77-181 (437th) on AR-20 Primary beginning refueling ops.
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Thanks L2!
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Old 12-10-2012, 8:06 PM
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Not a problem.

Part 1: Audioboo / Reach424 & Ethyl95 refuel on AR-20 Part I
Part II: Audioboo / Reach424 & Ethyl95 refuel on AR-20 Part II
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Old 12-13-2012, 8:33 PM
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Hey guys, I'm picking up activity on 20 Primary.

Edit: And they are done already lol.. 22:39 local..

Edit : Just picked up SHUCK80 talking to Moncton, and now on the box too. 77-0352, and the ETHYL was 63-8029.

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Old 12-14-2012, 7:58 AM
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And they are done already lol.. 22:39 local..

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Thanks for the head's up. I wasn't near the shack and missed the SHUCK.
I did get the comms though. And as you noticed...short and sweet!
The audio from the refueling is here: Audioboo / SHUCK80 and ETHYL52 random AR Dec14th-2012
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Old 12-14-2012, 3:10 PM
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Hey guys, so I came up with a Google Doc to share all of the frequencies that are in use in our area, after Darryl threw the idea out in the thread previously, along with some of his list.. I'll post the link to the web copy which can not be edited, but if anyone wants to help out, and add more info, send me your email, and ill add you to the list of people who can edit it.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...Xc&output=html

As you will see, there is a fair bit of freq's that don't get used around here, but I tried to keep them in seperate tabs. I hope some folks find this useful.

Thanks for the audio Look, you caught a lot more than I did. I heard 3, maybe 4 transmissions, and one was to Moncton lol.

And now I'm picking up comm's on NORAD Huntress (234.7) and then switched to 363.8, a REACH flight calling someone else, didn't catch the second name. 17:08 Local.
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New link, sorry folks, got a little crazy with the delete key

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...Hc&output=html
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Old 12-15-2012, 9:18 AM
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Hey guys, I caught a REACH flight refueling last night, and heard more than 10 seconds of chatter, so I figured I post it lol.

Audioboo / AR-20 15-12-2012

Apparently Wisconsin has some good college girl action
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Apparently Wisconsin has some good college girl action
LOL... I was wondering if anybody else heard that!
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New link, sorry folks, got a little crazy with the delete key

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...Hc&output=html
Just a random note, CAF is now RCAF

Thanks for the doc though!
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LOL... I was wondering if anybody else heard that!
Ha! That's funny.. Oh, at the beginning of the recording were they trying to make contact on 234.700? I don't have that one in my 'Always on' list with AR-20 and the Maine frequencies, thinking maybe I should add it if it's common. Thanks.
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