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Old 06-04-2017, 5:50 PM
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Default 2017 Pacific NW Aviation Frequency Guide

Here's a link for the 2017 Pacific NW Aviation Guide. All ODF, USFS, & BLM, etc frequencies as of April 1, 2017:

http://ordvac.com/soro/library/Aviat...uide.Final.pdf
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Hooray! It's been years since they remembered not to post it to that site, now it'll be years until they do it again!
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Here's a link for the 2017 Pacific NW Aviation Guide. All ODF, USFS, & BLM, etc frequencies as of April 1, 2017:

http://ordvac.com/soro/library/Aviat...uide.Final.pdf
Went to have a look and got this error:

The requested URL /soro/library/Aviation/2017/2017.Aviation.Freq.Guide.Final.pdf was not found on this server.
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File too big to attach it on the thread.
Check your PM for the link to the file.
(If anyone else need the file, Just request it over private message.)
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The link worked when it was originally posted because I was able to open it and download it but the link is no longer valid. I looked Index of /soro/library but couldn't find the Aviation Guide there any longer.
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Exactly my point above.
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Anyway someone could email me a copy or such. That would be great. Thanks.
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here's the copy I downloaded when it was originally posted.

Silly me. it won't upload. But I see MtnBiker2005 offered to send it via PM. Scroll up and read that post.

Or give us your email address and someone will email it to you. Your forum profile doesn't allow email.

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Default 2017 PNW Aviation Freq Guide

Would someone be kind enough to transmit it my way?

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Received aok. Thanks!
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Why doesn't someone upload it to one of the file hosting Web sites? I could host it if no one wants to do that.
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Someone could zip the file and attach it here.
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even the zip file is too large to attach on this forum. The zip file is twice the upload limit for this format.
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Gotcha. Was just a thought. Didn't realize it was that big of a file.
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Did others notice the changes coming in some of the frequency assignments? For example, Willamette National Forest is expected to change frequencies and, in some cases, tones, starting this summer. Fortunately, this directory shows the new information, beginning on page 31. Looks like changes affect north, central and south zones for Eugene Dispatch.
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I submitted all the changes for ODF, USFS, BLM and the admin has already updated those pages.
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I'm working on a new format for Oregon Dept. of Forestry statewide. I'm about 1/4 done so far and will submit it for review as soon as i'm done. Using the most current radio site map for Oregon too. I want it to look similar to CAL Fire list because the way it is now is hard to understand. Example; who dispatches for what areas, pl tone update, ECC Dispatch command centers, some fire unit series numbering. Just the name of a "district" is too bland
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I will be happy to make the changes to the database to make it more user friendly.
However for any info beyond channel names needs to be put in the associated Wiki page.


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