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Old 02-25-2018, 11:16 PM
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Yes, it's that time of year, and the loud, powerful jets along with the vintage warbirds will be here at Davis- Monthan AFB. Airspace around the field goes restricted up to 17500' MSL starting this upcoming Thursday.

Here's some info: Heritage Flight Training and Certification Course 2018 > Davis-Monthan Air Force Base > Press Releases
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Old 02-27-2018, 10:06 AM
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Here is the TFR information.

8/3468 NOTAM Details
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Old 02-27-2018, 10:17 AM
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Just FYI, the Heritage Flight did the anthem flyover at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. Here are the frequencies that they used:

122.4750
148.5875
279.5750
405.3250

And yes, the 405 MHz frequency is correct. Spotters on the ground used it, and were heard using the call sign DRAGO (dray-go}.

More on what I heard can be found in the March issue of The Spectrum Monitor magazine...

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Old 02-27-2018, 8:49 PM
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Fantastic!

Thanks Chris. I will give a listen to these. I will be on the flight line in front of Base Ops

They have a historical set of frequencies that they use at the Heritage Conference, so I will be checking those out on the Friday runs.
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If you are a DoD ID Cardholder you will have access to the flightline to get up close to the participating aircraft and aircrew. Access is via Base Ops.

The training normally starts at 9am.

I'm pretty sure someone else besides me is going
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Just FYI, the Heritage Flight did the anthem flyover at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. Here are the frequencies that they used:

122.4750
148.5875
279.5750
405.3250

And yes, the 405 MHz frequency is correct. Spotters on the ground used it, and were heard using the call sign DRAGO (dray-go}.

More on what I heard can be found in the March issue of The Spectrum Monitor magazine...

- Chris
Love the 405.325 slightly out of band...
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Old 02-28-2018, 10:35 PM
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FLANO,

Can you post the historical set of frequencies? I'm going to try and give a listen this year on Whistler 1098.

Many thanks,

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Old 03-01-2018, 8:24 AM
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This should get you in the ball park. Please let us know if you find anything additional.

Normally, I would put effort into the Base TRS, but it seems that many of the TGs are going encrypted. So, I will spend little energy there. But please post TGs too if you find any of interest.

Historical Frequencies since 2010:
118.85 / 253.50 - DM Tower
118.50 - Air Boss
121.80 / 275.80 - DM Ground
122.475 - Old A-10 Demo
123.15 - Heritage Flight Discrete
134.10 - A2A Discrete
134.675 - A2A Discrete
236 - A-10 Discrete
251.9 - A-10 Discrete
305.40 - 354FS Ops - A-10
327.70 - DM SOF
372.20 - PTD
375.925 - Possible Discrete
376.025 - F-16/F-22 Discrete
381.30 - DM CP - Raymond-8
384.55 - F-16 Discrete
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F-22 and P-51 are up.

Using 134.10mhz for A2A while in formation.
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122.475MHZ - A2A Discrete
134.100MHZ - Likely Airboss frequency and A2A

Observed 1 March - Morning flights
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Thursday

122.475 A-10 Hog Demo
134.100 Heritage Discrete A/A
134.675 Heritage Primary A/A
376.025 Raptor F-22 Demo
384.55 Viper F-16 Demo

TG:234

Today's highlight included the airboss arguing with the airmen in the tower over whether or not the airspace was
officially released to him.
A-10 Demo include large, fiery ordinance detonated to simulate air attack.
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Here was my view of the SW F-16 Pyrotechnic coordinated display from SE of the tower....
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F-22 Inverted overhead....
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Shaw F-16 zoom climb ...
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John, these are just epic!

Today will be another beautiful day out there.
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John, Those are amazing!!! You have a Gallery to share??
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