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Old 07-08-2017, 6:20 AM
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Some TGs that I've discovered that aren't in the DB:

209 BOEC Dispatcher training (was TG 3344 on analog system)

625 Fire operations. Dispatch kept referring to this TG as "Batt 3" (Battalion 3 tactical?)

613 Fire operations. Dispatch calls this TG "Batt 1" (Battalion 1 tactical?). Dispatch also referred to other channels named Batt 2 and Batt 4 and Batt Fire-Attack but I don't know the TGs.

619 Fire ops

631 Fire ops

2311 G4S Security Guards for Portland Building city offices.

2313 G4S Security Guards for Portland City Hall.

2315 - Removing a guy from the stage. Probably G4S.
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Thank you for taking time to update the DB.
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got one tonight 1219,was a medcom channel, ambulance was calling Triniy?
also looks like PPB Tacs are going encrypted TG 471 looks to be encrypted
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Good catch, I think "Trinity" is a medical air-ambulance carrier out of Hillsboro airport.

https://www.trinityairambulance.com/...gon-hillsboro/
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1219 is a HEAR channel. Medic units are hailing "Unity." I think it is Unity Center for Behavioral Health. It's a psych hospital. Based on the patient reports I'm hearing that fits.
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ok reason i posted is i didn't see it in the database at the time, i may have been mistaken kinda getting deaf lol
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yeah its not in the database, im not in Oregon anymore,but i will be back, found a nice place to stay in Vancouver
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Good catch, I think "Trinity" is a medical air-ambulance carrier out of Hillsboro airport.

https://www.trinityairambulance.com/...gon-hillsboro/
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Just FYI, there are no medevac/lifeflight helicopter operators based at HIO. There is one fixed-wing medevac operator based at HIO but it does not use a telephony call sign. There are other fixed-wing operators that land (use) HIO FBOs but again, those operators do not use a call sign - only "N" numbers. i.e. LN123XX.
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