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Old 06-01-2010, 6:43 PM
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Default Rio Fire in Jemez - Santa Fe National Forest

Frequencies are:
Air Attack - 123.8250 (Victor)
Air-to-Ground - 169.2000 ((Air Tac 3)
Flight Following - 168.6500

Request was made for another Victor frequency for rotary aircraft (helicopters) but I haven't heard it assigned as of yet.

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Old 06-11-2010, 8:02 AM
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Are you able to pick the fires up? If so is there a way uou can stream the fire? It is very easy to do . There are a lot of us that would like to listen to the fire. Thanks Tom Retired forest fire warden!
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Old 06-12-2010, 5:17 PM
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arizonatom1234, see the private message I sent you.

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Old 06-13-2010, 6:37 PM
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I have channelized (left / right) my Rio Rancho DPS feed. Rio Rancho DPS is now on the left channel.

On the right channel is the US Forest Service Cibola and Santa Fe National Forests. I plan to have this feed active during the spring and summer wildfire season, and will have the Air Attack and Air-to-Ground frequencies active if I can get them and I can hear them from my location. You can also hear smoke and weather reports from the lookouts in both the Santa Fe (Cerro Palado) and Cibloa (Capilla Peak) National Forests. (You can see what lookout towers are still active in New Mexico at New Mexico Fire Lookouts - State Listing Page.)

If you are using a client that support a Balance control, like Windows Media Player, you can slide the Balance to left or right to only hear one feed.
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Old 06-13-2010, 8:53 PM
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Thanks for taken the time to set this up I will make sure the word gets out!!!
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What frequencies are being used for the Pacheco Canyon Fire in Santa Fe National Forest?
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What frequencies are being used for the Pacheco Canyon Fire in Santa Fe National Forest?
170.475 Crew Net
168.125 Air to Ground
168.050 Tac
168.200 Tac
118.700 Air to Air
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Old 06-25-2011, 8:04 AM
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IF anyone has an updated Channel Plan here is
a Wiki from the 2008 Channels.

Looks like in 2011 it's still the same info
http://www.sfcfire-wildland.com/2/in...d=55&Itemid=62


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170.475 Crew Net
168.125 Air to Ground
168.050 Tac
168.200 Tac
118.700 Air to Air
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what frequencies are being used for the pacheco canyon fire in santa fe national forest?
118.7000 a/a
119.4500 a/a
125.1500 a/a
166.9375 a/g
168.1250 a/g
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