BLUE UHF Mil channels

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Does anyone have a list of the military UHF Blue channels? I know that Blue-3 (350.025 MHz) is used by CBP Air and Marine. I believe they used to use Blue-1 (282.425 MHz) at one time. Who else uses the other Blue channels?
 

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This is an old list. I don't think I've heard any Mil aircraft use the Blue designation in awhile. I haven't even heard CBP on 350.025 in awhile. I used to hear them on that freq every day. Only hearing CBP on 136.375 MOTOWN Ops, now.

The one's with * were used in the Detroit area during the good old constant CAP days.
363.200 BLUE 03 Also DTW a/d
364.200 BLUE 07 * AICC Prime.
228.900 BLUE 09 * HUNTRESS.
234.600 BLUE 10
252.000 BLUE 11
262.400 BLUE ?
260.900 BLUE 13 * HUNTRESS.
271.000 BLUE 15 Also used by Fargo F-16’s for ACM clg Bigfoot. When I was out there in 2003.
282.600 BLUE 17 *
288.400 BLUE 19
295.800 BLUE 20 Old BLUE 20
293.600 BLUE 20 * AR-CAP Primary. New, since 2003.
362.300 BLUE 21
320.600 BLUE 24
324.000 BLUE 25
364.800 BLUE 31
387.000 BLUE 33
300.125 BLUE 40
320.900 BLUE 55
 

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Till about 2004 NORAD used something like 125 UHF freqs.
When DOD reorganized 225-400 NORAD was assigned 25 UHF freqs.

AMID now has 3 or 4 freqs.

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AMID is now the CBP Office of Air & Marine (OAM)

These are AM air operations frequencies assigned to OAM:

136.3750 MHz
282.4250 MHz
308.3500 MHz
350.0250 MHz
376.0750 MHz

These are VHF FM frequencies assigned to OAM and other DHS agencies:

CBP AIR 1 168.8375, N293
CBP AIR 2 168.9625, N293
CBP AIR 3 169.2625, N293
CPB AIR 4 169.1625, N293
CBP AIR 5 169.3875, N293

- Chris
 

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Thanks for the input guys. BTW, I heard two OAM assets talking to one another a few months ago on a CBP VHF Net channel. One asked the other to switch to "Push 201". They came up on 136.375 MHz. Not sure if that is a local (South Florida) designation or if it is programmed like that nationwide.
 
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i've search'd all over for norad,air air freqs,moa,awacs is there a current list out there
 

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Thanks for the input guys. BTW, I heard two OAM assets talking to one another a few months ago on a CBP VHF Net channel. One asked the other to switch to "Push 201". They came up on 136.375 MHz. Not sure if that is a local (South Florida) designation or if it is programmed like that nationwide.
I've heard the 136.375 MHz frequency called many things. Some have called it "VHF Company", but I've not heard it called "201".

It is a nationwide channel, used all over.

- Chris
 

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Monitoring Times had a list about 2-3 months ago in the milcom section. Some looked like the normal ones that are always posted but there were a few i didn't have. I usualy look on the maryland milair forums and scan new england. I put in what they have listed hits on and from freq lists from the VT ANG F-16's and MA ANG F-15's. I have only really heard stuff on 228.900 and 260.900 in my location.

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