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Old 06-17-2017, 9:22 PM
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Logs are from WebSDRs: TW (Univ of Twente), SW (Sweden),FN (Finland), NH (New Hampshire), OH

(Ohio),ID (Idaho), FL (Florida), KS (Kansas), NZ (New Zealand), JA (Japan), CN (Edmonton Alberta), AZ

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Ron,
These HF logs you post are great. Just wondering how do you record this information? I've looked at websdr.org and see how it might work, but I don't see how you can keep tabs on all of these SDRs every day and also have notes like you do? Is there a method to this at all? Greatly appreciate your sharing!
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Saturday a couple of VFA-103 Hornets departed Prestwick for the US after Finland airshow.
Caught FREEDOM 11 back on June 4th enroute Prestwick..
Haven't showed in US yet,maybe stopped off in Canada on way back.
Tanker is Omega N974VV..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cevRmhvjBA

BTW a bunch of CLEAN KC-10,KC-135 tankers overnight into UK today CLEAN 61,71 81 etc
Report will be dragging the 494th FS to Red Flag 17-3 which starts in July.
Getting early start perhaps Monday.
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Ron,
These HF logs you post are great. Just wondering how do you record this information? I've looked at websdr.org and see how it might work, but I don't see how you can keep tabs on all of these SDRs every day and also have notes like you do? Is there a method to this at all? Greatly appreciate your sharing!
I use the SDRs at SDR.hu---they are spread out worldwide. My strategy is to find good ones in a wide geographic dispersion. The other part of my strategy is use these SDRs in an effort " to follow the sun", that is to say try and be listening in an area during the local (there) daylight hours when most of the activity takes place. For example, I'm located in Maryland so for US activity I'll start out early in the morning with the New Hampshire or Florida SDRs to see what's happening around daybreak. Near noon time I'll switch over to the Kansas one then later in the afternoon go to the Idaho or Canada one. The same method is applied with regard to the European, Russian ands Asian SDRs.

I don't record anything---it's all done with hand notes

I was trained by Uncle Sam to do this against the " bad guys" so I guess that old training helped alot when I retired and transitioned in this hobby.

Hope this helps
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1800z TABOR 11 self id as 5 F-15E's enroute SJ with Langley Metro asking about possible T-Storms
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1800z TABOR 11 self id as 5 F-15E's enroute SJ with Langley Metro asking about possible T-Storms
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A few hours ago I could see that one on adsbexchange heading toward the NJ coast. Around that time I could seen CLEAN61 about to land at Bangor.
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A few hours ago I could see that one on adsbexchange heading toward the NJ coast. Around that time I could seen CLEAN61 about to land at Bangor.
Yes all the KC-10 tankers landed Bangor and TABOR 21 flight also
came South 1910z but didn't hear them..
Guess the KC-10's were either dry or avoiding stormy wx at McGuire.
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Noticed an ANVIS aircraft with mode-s AE5FE8 today. Operated over the AP Hill area most of the morning. A few weeks ago I logged ANVIS21 using 1F2575, thought I had posted it but a search doesn't show it.

Much of the same time unknown AE5F1A was operating out of Bridgewater, staying in the Harrisonburg area at FL160.
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Yesterday heard a ATAC 21 UHF doing touch and go's at Dover enroute KPHF
Patrick Henry/Newport News self id as K-Fir type.
This should be ATAC F-21 KFIR that ATAC uses mostly for Navy aggressor testing.
ATAC - Aircraft: F-21 KFIR
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Noticed an ANVIS aircraft with mode-s AE5FE8 today. Operated over the AP Hill area most of the morning.
Already out and about this morning, circled the vicinity of the US 340 bridge over the Potomac for a while, south end of his route is near Davison AAF
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