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Military Monitoring Forum Discussions regarding monitoring military communications on the ground, in air and at sea. Please keep USCG discussion to this forum also.

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Old 09-04-2013, 5:23 PM
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Default Common Combat air patrol frequencies

With the expected conflict to start very soon I was wondering if anyone had a list for me to download of some common combat air patrol frequencies especially for the northeast area. Mostly Boston or NYC area?a is there any kind of special Alert or dispatch frequency?
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With the expected conflict to start very soon I was wondering if anyone had a list for me to download of some common combat air patrol frequencies especially for the northeast area. Mostly Boston or NYC area?a is there any kind of special Alert or dispatch frequency?

Most of these are still used in the DC area when there is an active Guard Dog CAP -

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260.9 for Huntress is widely used.
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Thank you sir.
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Launching cruise missiles at Syria seems unlikely to generate increased CAP activity here, unless the Syrian air force has gotten much larger and more capable in the past few weeks.
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I just wanted to widen my monitoring range. I've never really got into military aircraft just my local airport frequencies.
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you may be well served loading the air refueling freq's..they gotta top off before the cross Atlantic stretch!
not only in times of turmoil,but for the regular transports too.

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To bring your targets a little closer to home, check out the Scan New England wiki and forum, where they have a dedicated Milcom forum...they have a pretty fair selection of mil stuff (I should know, I got it started, way back when...)

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