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Old 10-20-2006, 10:54 AM
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For those that are monitoring now, at 1040hrs CDT, check out 364.200am/NORAD AICC channel for c/s STARGATE/E8c JSTARS with communications checks with DRAGNET VICTOR/E3 AWACS aircraft. STARGATE currently orbiting over Kentucky. Good listening for fellow Ky Milair listeners. Great signal here in Warren County.

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Thanks! I just tuned in and have got 3 or 4 transmissions already!!

Actually my first experience monitoring MilAir.. Sweeeet!!
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New call sign up now "BLUEASH". Still a good signal with STARGATE.
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Dragnet Victor said to be over ZME1/I believe this is the low altitude sector for memphis ARTCC covering west/central Arkansas.
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New call sign up now "BLUEASH". Still a good signal with STARGATE.
Picking up the transmission in Southern Indiana as well. Vice-President is in Indiana today visiting Camp Atterbury and Columbus Indiana.

Also picking up traffic on DoD weather 344.6000

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I believe I am monitoring DRAGNET VICTOR/aka SENTRY61 refueling over Warren County on 348.9 on AR111 with unk KC135. Lots of comms on 348.9 and 364.2.

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I w as listening earlier, and Stargate gave a 20 or 25 second countdown, every 5 seconds until "something". Then I didn't hear them on the frequency any longer..

Maybe it was just me. I was hearing them on my Pro-97 with only a duckie! No Joke!!
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I w as listening earlier, and Stargate gave a 20 or 25 second countdown, every 5 seconds until "something". Then I didn't hear them on the frequency any longer..

Maybe it was just me. I was hearing them on my Pro-97 with only a duckie! No Joke!!
I had a BCD396 with stock ducky. Great reception, wish I had an external antenna though.
I think the VP will be back in the area on Monday or Tuesday, so may be a chance for more listening if all of it was related to his visit today.

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New call sign up now "BLUEASH". Still a good signal with STARGATE.
BLUE ASH could be a reference to the 123rd ACS OH ANG based at
Blue Ash Municipal Airport north of Cincinnati.
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Check out more action with c/s DIVER 21 /unk type a/c with a/a on 139.550am. Also talking with EAGLE Control on 285.625/Ft Campbell MOA, requesting clearance into the range. Now on 250.200am with STRIKER/poss gnd controller for ordinance drop. They have now dropped below line of sight so signal has faded. Asking for clearance for JDAM drop. 10/22/06 @ 1025HRS CDT. Anyone know what type a/c DIVER c/s associated with?

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Ok, these are F16s from the 178 FW, Springfield, OH. Headed back home now.
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The c/s for the OANG 178 FW F16s should be SABER. Anyone know about the DIVER c/s?
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I found the following information from this web site:

http://www.siscom.net/%7Emmeece/military.html


SPRINGFIELD-BECKLEY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

Springfield, Ohio

ICAO ID: KSGH
ACTIVE UNITS: Ohio Air National Guard 178th Training Wing
251st Combat Communications Group
269th Combat Communications Group
AIRCRAFT: F-16 C/D "Fighting Falcons"
CALLSIGN: SABER, BUCKEYE, CHILI, HARLEY, JESSE, KHARMA,
SHACK, VEGAS

FREQUENCIES:

178TH TW, Ohio Air National Guard, Springfield-Beckley MAP, Ohio

SABERS, BUCKEYE, KHARMA, HARLEY, SHACK

126.500 Dayton Departure
121.700 Ground
118.850 Dayton Approach
120.700 Tower
134.9750 ATIS

138.275 A/A Tactical
138.450 A/A Tactical
138.750 A/A Tactical
139.050 A/A Tactical
139.625 V8
139.700 A/A Tactical
139.975 A/A Tactical
141.600 V7 Night Operations
141.700 V6?
142.125 A/A Tactical
143.425
143.875 A/A
143.925

257.875 ATIS
259.400 R5503 Ops / 23rd ACS OHNG "Blue Ash"
261.100 P2
269.900 P18 Indy Center
281.400 P7 Indy Center
290.275 P16
290.500 P6
301.600 R5503
316.125 Air Combat Maneuvers
316.700 P13
324.700 P1 "SABER OPS"
327.100 P4 Dayton Approach
335.800 P15 WPAFB Ground
343.800 P9
351.800 P8 Indy Center
383.100 P3 SGH Tower
383.300 Camp Atterbury, IN Ops
399.900


149.475/148.200 Security ANG Base
148.1750 Medical
148.500 Flightline
163.5625 Fire/Crash
149.150
149.175
163.375
163.5375

There is also additional information on this site. It was accurate as of 2004 when I lived in Ohio. However, I am not sure if the frequencies still apply in other areas away from the base.

ALSO: Just in case anyone else did not know what a JDAM was (see above posts) look at this web site. I found it interesting...
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/smart/jdam.htm

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Thanks Ben. I saw the MONIX website but it did not list any "Diver" c/s. I checked the RR wiki also on the c/s list and nothing. Sounds as though they made one run over in the MOA at Campbell and went home to SGH. Set your 996 up in custom search for the 138-144 am in .25khz steps.

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Thanks Ben. I saw the MONIX website but it did not list any "Diver" c/s. I checked the RR wiki also on the c/s list and nothing. Sounds as though they made one run over in the MOA at Campbell and went home to SGH. Set your 996 up in custom search for the 138-144 am in .25khz steps.

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The 178th TW uses a variety of callsigns. I have only listed the most common ones they use as its hard to keep track of all of them. That was probably them using the DIVER callsign. Yesterday in a Buckeye MOA sesssion they were using HARLEY, the other day they were using SLAM.

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Mark: Thanks for the input. MONIX great site. With the DIVER c/s and an a/a of 139.55 that wasn't listed on the MONIX site I thought that the a/c may have been a visiting unit to SGH as Buckley is training ground for F16 units. All the best...

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Sorry-thats Beckley NOT Buckley.
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Mark,

Just wanted to say that MONIX is a wonderful site and served me very well while I was in Ohio. I did not realize that it appears to be your site. Thanks for all the information you have on it. It is very valuable.

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Monitored the following on 11/09/2006 at 0830hrs in Warren County:
RAPTOR 26 with ZTL/ARTCC on 354.05 for clearance to FL280/Lockheed F22 fighter. Was air/air with CHASE on 142.2/Lockheed Test Flight A/A.

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Of all the days to be at work and leave my scanner at home..... *rolls eyes*
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