Yea, I copied that as well. Not sure what status "cowboy" is, checked all my brevity - code data bases and couldn't find it. Also, interesting was the ground station request for "additional activity in area".Got OMNI-01 contracting "Cocomo" with strategic sounding mission info. Not sure if its exercise or real world.
According to a previous discussion on here the A-10s would not normally be equiped with HF radios. Im thinking maybe the OMNI flights are Navy P-3C or AWACS type aircraft.OMNI could be A-10's out of 172nd ANG in Michigan. They might be doing exercises somewhere. I've personally seen a lot of A-10 exericses around Nellis AFB in Nevada.
Cool catch, and despite their using codes for the frequencies, it's probably poor COMSEC because it's safe to assume freq 1 & 2 would most likely be 225-400MHz, meaning Lima = 2 or 3.Got chat about a surface ship and other aircraft in the area. All mission latitude and longitude info was given in some sort of alpha numeric code. They also gave the mission freqs in code. Freq-1 will be Lima-Kilo-Lima-dot-Kilo, freq-2 will be Lima-Foxtrot-Lima dot Alpha.The aircraft is in a search pattern. OMNI-01 was told its mission c/s would be "TOMB STONE".