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Old 06-26-2011, 5:34 PM
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Exclamation Las Conchas Wildfire

NM Fire Info

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Jemez Mountain Fire as seen from Rio Rancho | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Frequencies heard so far (hope people are upgrading to digital scanners!!!)

120.500 Las Conchas North Zone Air Control

121.025

122.925

123.125

162.965 PL 167.9 NIFC CMD 7 Repeater using 171.7875 input

163.025 Air Ops Air-To-Ground

164.965 PL 103.5

167.135 PL 206.5 USFS - FTC Incident Repeater

168.35 PL 203.5 (Common)

168.625 PL 110.9 Air Guard

168.65 PL 110.9 Nat Flight Following

169.15 Air-to-Ground

169.2 Air-Attack

170.05 $111/ PL 151.4 (P25 & Analog) Bandelier National Monument

170.525 PL 110.9/131.8

171.45 PL 131.8 Cibola National Forest

171.575 Tanker Base

172.3 PL 127.3 Santa Fe National Forest

172.675 PL 114.8, Southern Pueblos BIA

I am also seeing 3 MAFFS C-130's up on my radar.

This aircraft is overhead as a spotter plane.
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NM Fire Info

Follow Santa Fe NF @SantafeNF

Jemez Mountain Fire as seen from Rio Rancho | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Frequencies heard so far (hope people are upgrading to digital scanners!!!)

168.625 110.9 Air Guard

168.65 110.9 Nat Flight Following

169.15 Air-to-Ground

169.2 Air-Attack

170.05 $111 Ground Cordination

170.525 110.9/131.8

171.45 131.8

172.3 127.3

I am also seeing 3 MAFFS C-130's up on my radar.

This aircraft is overhead as a spotter plane.
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thanks for the info.

i'm a swing shift surveillance engineer for one of the pueblos, and we can see the easternmost part of the fireline via IR with our outdoor cameras. it's not burning as bright as it was, likely partially obfuscated by the smoke.
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Please take a look at the RR Wiki and add/edit as needed.

I noticed some of the Freq's listed below, might be Mutual Aid from Cibola NF?

Any idea who the P25 user is ?

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NM Fire Info

Follow Santa Fe NF @SantafeNF

Jemez Mountain Fire as seen from Rio Rancho | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Frequencies heard so far (hope people are upgrading to digital scanners!!!)

168.625 110.9 Air Guard

168.65 110.9 Nat Flight Following

169.15 Air-to-Ground

169.2 Air-Attack

170.05 $111 Ground Cordination

170.525 110.9/131.8

171.45 131.8

172.3 127.3

I am also seeing 3 MAFFS C-130's up on my radar.

This aircraft is overhead as a spotter plane.
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Please take a look at the RR Wiki and add/edit as needed.

I noticed some of the Freq's listed below, might be Mutual Aid from Cibola NF?

Any idea who the P25 user is ?

The P25 stuff almos sounds like park rangers. They are cordinating evac areas and road blocks. There are also analog transmissions on the same freq which seems weird to me.
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Simplex or a Repeater? Could be a common Mutual Aid channel... rather odd NPS NAC, as they tend to stay around $4F# series NACs.

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I had it looged in the past as $411, however when the fire took off, I started hearing the $111 nac code. and then some analog stuff as well. I can't tell if it is a repeater, I searched for an input but didn't find any and I most transmissions were motor-boating due to a weak signal. It might have been simplex.
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Angry 172.3000 and 168.1250

Most of the information I am getting is from these to frequencies!

30 structures already lost toward Cochiti! Dixon apple orchard in the fireline!
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Picking up a descent amount of chatter on the Los Alamos EDACS system (digital trunking scanner required): Los Alamos National Laboratory Trunking System, Los Alamos, New Mexico - Scanner Frequencies

Several of the fire tac talk groups and being used. Evacuation coordination on PD talk groups.
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170.05 is a Bandelier National Monument (NPS) repeater on Dome. I've noted that it is mixed analog and digital since the day they did the conversion a couple years ago.

171.45 used to be the main Cibola National Forest frequency, and although not listed in the RR database is still heavily used. You'll hear the Capilla Peak lookout on this frequency.

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Any National Guard freqs?

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I read that Peterson AFB was sending 2 C-130's and their A/A freq is 376.025.
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Any tone for Cibola?

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170.05 is a Bandelier National Monument (NPS) repeater on Dome. I've noted that it is mixed analog and digital since the day they did the conversion a couple years ago.

171.45 used to be the main Cibola National Forest frequency, and although not listed in the RR database is still heavily used. You'll hear the Capilla Peak lookout on this frequency.

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I have a PL of 131.8 on 171.45. I also came across 162.965 - 167.9PL and 167.135 - 206.5 PL last night.
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-k sounds like Cibola

162.9625 is NIFC CMD 7 Repeater using 171.7875 input

167.1375R / 173.6250 is the USFS - FTC Incident Repeater



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163.025
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167.975 Possibly FEMA Ops
163.025 Air Ops Air-To-Ground (confirmed)
170.685 PL136.5 Forest Service??
166.610 PL136.5 Forest Service??
162.960 PL167.9 Type 1 Team Ops?

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170.05 is a Bandelier National Monument (NPS) repeater on Dome. I've noted that it is mixed analog and digital since the day they did the conversion a couple years ago.

171.45 used to be the main Cibola National Forest frequency, and although not listed in the RR database is still heavily used. You'll hear the Capilla Peak lookout on this frequency.

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119.450 Pacheco Fire Victor Air
172.3 PL162.2 Pacheco Fire Command (Lots of Air coordination, etc.)

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add 172.675 PL 114.8, Southern Pueblos BIA.
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Short clips about the aircraft helping out with the fires.

Firefighting c-130s launch from KAFB | KOB.com

More resources headed to Los Alamos | Los Alamos, N.M. | KRQE News 13
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