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Old 03-14-2017, 11:51 AM
   
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I am A Maintainer at Altus AFB. I was wondering if Freq 165.19000 is a good freq to hear the KC135 maintainer net
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Old 03-19-2017, 8:46 PM
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I am A Maintainer at Altus AFB. I was wondering if Freq 165.19000 is a good freq to hear the KC135 maintainer net
So, you're smart enough to be able to fix things, but not smart-enough to just monitor 165.190 & listen to find out?
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I am A Maintainer at Altus AFB. I was wondering if Freq 165.19000 is a good freq to hear the KC135 maintainer net
I'm guessing no. According to the database Altus is part of this system: United States Air Force (3D6) Trunking System, Various, Multi-State - Scanner Frequencies

165.19000 shows "Deprecated" in another portion of the database, which means it's likely no longer in use or they are transitioning away from it. I do know that most AF LMR systems are now trunked.
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