Burro Fire in the Coronado NF

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ghmcclure

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Hello,

Trying to locate active frequencies for the Burro Fire currently burning in the Coronado NF. Any assistance would be much appreciated.

Garrett
 

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Today,
118.125mhz - Primary A2A - Fixed Wing
119.475mhz - Rotor A2A
169.200mhz - Primary A2G
169.1125mhz - Secondary A2G

That'll get ya going on the Air side of things....
 

ghmcclure

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Today,

118.125mhz - Primary A2A - Fixed Wing

119.475mhz - Rotor A2A

169.200mhz - Primary A2G

169.1125mhz - Secondary A2G



That'll get ya going on the Air side of things....


Awesome. Thank you. I might be too far away to receive. I'm in Vail and don't have a external antenna yet.


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ghmcclure

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What are you running for a radio?


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Whistler WS1098. Now that I'm slowly figuring out how to program it, I'm really digging it. I come from the Analog era; the learning curve has been steep!


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Whistler WS1098. Now that I'm slowly figuring out how to program it, I'm really digging it. I come from the Analog era; the learning curve has been steep!


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Kewl!


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