Burlington ANG F-35 frequencies ?

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Anyone have the current list of air-air or ops frequencies used by the Burlington ANG F-35s ? I can't find anything in the database.

So far I've heard 314.400 and 226.800 used for air-air, but there must be a few more.

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Thanks for that but it's a little dated. There are at least 2 other UHF A-A freqs active that are not listed there (226.800 is one). And I don't think the F-35s are using the VHF A-A freqs listed since they changed from F-16s back in 2019 ?
 

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Info at SNE, just like at RR comes from users, if there is something different or new, no one has shared it.

As to Mil Monitoring, many times it is hard for folks with Scanners to actually determine if a freq belongs to that
Wing/Air Group or is being used by the visitors.

And with the lack of Air Shows, capturing Cockpit Freq charts to help us out has been problematic
Thanks for that but it's a little dated. There are at least 2 other UHF A-A freqs active that are not listed there (226.800 is one). And I don't think the F-35s are using the VHF A-A freqs listed since they changed from F-16s back in 2019 ?
 

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I haven't heard much, and usually it's SLAMs. Haven't heard any MAPLE callsigns and in general voice traffic seems down. Trying to dig a little but so far coming up empty.
 

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I haven't heard much, and usually it's SLAMs. Haven't heard any MAPLE callsigns and in general voice traffic seems down.
SLAMs are F-15s out of Barnes. The BTV F-35s have been busy in Viper and Lightning airspace. So far I've been able to confirm these frequencies being used over the last week. 226.300, 226.800, 253.200, 314.400, 349.700.
 
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I'll get them in when I get a chance and update.
A few more A-A heard recently while the VT ANG F-35s where in Viper airspace - 234.800, 253.700, 261.800.

So far I've heard mention of Aux 13 to Aux 19 but have not been able to match a frequency to any yet.
 

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226.3 is the main frequency for the VIPER AIRSPACE COMPLEX, so it's not always just the F-35s. The same goes for 261.8, which is the main frequency for the CONDOR MOA.
 
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