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Old 01-20-2017, 3:09 PM
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USPP is definitely worth listening to. Plenty of action. That's about all I can get at home.

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This particular frequency is actually licensed to both, DHS and DOJ. At least in some parts of the country. For instance, DHS has it in south Florida and DOJ has it in central Florida.
In the DC area it's definitely a USMS freq, one of four repeaters in the DC/Baltimore region. So it was cool to catch it in the clear with them coordinating with DHS.
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Just found something not in my list of local fed freqs.
171.325 NAC 301
Only caught a mention of street names that are in DC.
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Yes, we understand the shared concept in the various regions.
What might be FBI in Northern New England could be USPS or DHS in Southern New England.

The Freq/NAC mentioned is ICE the Bull Run Repeater, It is Part of an ~ 11-12 Repeater wide-area (DC/MD and VA) Net.

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Yes, we understand the shared concept in the various regions.
What might be FBI in Northern New England could be USPS or DHS in Southern New England.

The Freq/NAC mentioned is ICE the Bull Run Repeater, It is Part of an ~ 11-12 Repeater wide-area (DC/MD and VA) Net.
Yes, you are correct on this freq/NAC. I missed the NAC. But rolling eyes emoji? Come on man...

Besides, there are many who believe that a federal frequency is married to a specific agency.

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Yes, you are correct on this freq/NAC. I missed the NAC. But rolling eyes emoji? Come on man...

He does that.
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It is not my first Rodeo with Monitoring Federal Agencies.
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Yes, you are correct on this freq/NAC. I missed the NAC. But rolling eyes emoji? Come on man...

Besides, there are many who believe that a federal frequency is married to a specific agency.
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DC ANG F-16's (Brave callsign) established an Combat Air Patrol at 13:30 local, tanker is Zombie59 - normal Guard Dog CAP freqs being used, mainly 260.9 AM mode. Fighters currently conducting Fidelity drills with Huntress on 139.7 AM Mode
The fighters during actual inauguration were out of Langley AFB and use Sonic call signs (Sonic 31 and 32). Tankers still used Zombe call sign (Zombe 55, 56, and 57). Sonic aircraft after RTB (transferring to 360.7) were replaced by Stock 51, 53, and 54 aircraft. 228.9 was used also and a little use of 362.4 (AICC). During the actual inauguration, only the USCG helos (Blackjack 1, 2, and 3) used 139.7 to Huntress Washington FAA ARTCC Guard Dog frequency used was 350.25 but not used much (some of the aircraft did not know the frequency).

Local Huntress transmit site appears to be one of Dulles transmitter sites.

CAP is up again on Saturday morning.

(Note that technically "Guard Dog" is the name of the Washington ARTCC controlled airspace and not the name of the frequencies.)

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were replaced by Stock 51, 53, and 54 aircraft.

Local Huntress transmit site appears to be one of Dulles transmitter sites.
The callsign is Stalk. 169th Fighter Wing
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I'm just getting into MilAir monitoring, and was just wondering if there's some way to actually see the fighters like we can see the tankers with ADS-B? I can definitely see the Tankers in my dump1090 interface (and they also show up on adsb exchange), but I've never seen the fighters that talk to the tankers or HUNTRESS.

I assume we learn the callsigns like mentions above (Stalk and Sonic jets) just by hearing them, but no one ever actually gets MLAT or ADS-B from them for security reasons, I assume?

This thread is great, thanks to all for sharing their findings. My MilAir freq. list is quickly growing, now i just need a better MilAir antenna.
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