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Blue Angels in Kingsville FREQS?

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The Blue Angels are going to be here in Kingsville on April 05-06.

Does anyone know any freqs. that the Blue Angels use?

Do they use repeaters?
What about "Aircraft Unicom Channel" (came preprogrammed in my scanner)
How about FRS, or GMRS channels? GMRS REPEATER OUTPUT EMERGENCY (what is that channel)




Thanks. Croaker.
 
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No I am right now though.

I live in Portland, and the show is in Kingville (Kleburg) which is about 30-50 miles (Not Sure), do you think my Pro-97 with the original antenna will be able to pick up the show?

Thanks
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I found this, but its a few years old.
http://www.milaircomms.com/blue_angels_frequencies.html


Some of these freqs. are used more than once, like some of them that are in start up, are the same as fat albert. Wich one is it? And what is
A-A X-C Blue Angels?

Blue Angels Frequencies
Updated March 23, 2006
Frequency Modulation Description
143.6000 AM A-A & GND Support
237.8000 AM A-A X-C Blue Angels
238.1500 AM A-A X-C Blue Angels
237.8000 AM Startup Blue Angels
273.3000 AM Startup Blue Angels
275.3500 AM Startup Blue Angels
284.2500 AM Startup Blue Angels
173.8250 FM Comm Cart
143.0000 FM ATC Observer
238.1500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
263.3500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
264.3500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
264.5500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
265.0000 AM Diamond Blue Angels
275.3500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
284.2500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
299.6500 AM Diamond Blue Angels
307.7000 AM Diamond Blue Angels
237.8000 AM Solos Blue Angels
249.6250 AM Solos Blue Angels
251.6000 AM Solos Blue Angels
345.9000 AM Solos Blue Angels
346.5000 AM Solos Blue Angels
237.8000 AM Delta Blue Angels
275.3500 AM Delta Blue Angels
236.4500 AM Fat Albert Blue Angels
263.3500 AM Fat Albert Blue Angels
263.5000 AM Fat Albert Blue Angels
273.3000 AM Fat Albert Blue Angels
305.5000 AM Fat Albert Blue Angels
254.5000 AM Unk Blue Angels
262.8500 AM Unk Blue Angels
381.0000 AM Unk Blue Angels
255.2000 AM Unk Blue Angels
302.1000 AM Unk Blue Angels

I had googled those, but I can't find any Blue Angels freqs. on the RR Wiki
http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Category:Milcom
 
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I dont remember off hand the exact ones they used last year here in St. Louis, but I loaded them all in. You wont hear them 30-50 miles away, 10 miles is about it.

If you get a chance, head out tommorow and park around the area the show will be at. I heard them for a few hours last year flying around the area marking ground points for the show.
 
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Were not going to be able to do, so I wanted to listen.

I wish I had that base antenna, I shoulda ordered it awhile back.

What freqs. do you put in for the other planse, such as the Pearl Harbor Attack planes, USCG Planes, and all the other planes in the airshow?

Maybe I will be able to hear them on AIR-AIR since I'm sure they will be flying within 10 miles, or the planes that come in and land in the middle of the show.
 

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You would do far better to go get the freqs from the airshow article on Monitoring Times mag (everything is under tarps right now with painting being done, so I can't get to it...).

If you looked at the wiki, under the 'milcom web pages and mailing lists' article, you should have seen a link to the file called 'Monitoring Military Flight Demonstration Groups 2007' - from what I recall, many of those freqs - including a couple in the 138-144 mhz range using NFM- that turned up a year or so ago, and were new at the time - are still good. I'd also take a look at the MT milcom blog to see if the 2008 lists were previewed. That link is also on that article

73 Mike
 
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Don't be afraid to use the wiki to record what you find - that way next year, there's already a valid list to start with....73 Mike
 
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I'm trying to get off work, and I will be going if I get off. I want to go Saturday, but I will go Sunday if I can't go Saturday. I'll be truckin my Pro 97 along to, ill put in the channel #s in my phone, and send message to a wiki admin, the freqs I picked up.
 
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Nice picture right there.

I went on Sunday, but I left my Pro-97 in the car, I didn't feel like lugging it with me, and I didn't know if they would let me on with it. Anyways, I had two pictures left on my camera :( so I was taking pictures with my cell phone.

I have a good one of the two Angels noses at each other when they went towards each other. I'll post it up one night when I have time.

I heard the Angels talking on some freqs. on Angel StartUp 4
 
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