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Have been trying to listen to the night training ops out of Holloman AFB, and noted that a 58th Air-to-air frequency has air traffic control transmissions. Can someone else validate that 349.5 air traffic control transmissions being transmitted?

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Well, I wasn't hearing things. Just heard Coyote talking to one of the aircraft and it turns out they had a retransmit turned on and were retransmitting air traffic control onto 349.5. The aircraft has now turned the retransmit off.

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Yep, wasn't expecting to. Turned the scanner on and had the 58th's bank in the BC780XLT enabled and heard the out-of-place traffic. The retransmitting of traffic happened again about half an hour later for 10 minutes or so.

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