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Calif. Chinook and New Mexico Pavehawk copter freqs...

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Military copter frequency cards...

The following pics were from the Hero's airshow, Hansen Dam, CA.

California Army National Gaurd CH-47 Chinook...

and an

Air Force HH60G Pave Hawk, 58th Special Operations Wing, New Mexico...
 

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Uplink - if you could capture those pix and upload them, with an appropriate caption for which airshow that was, and where, those would be real jewels to put links into the Military wiki.

Great pix - and even better cards. 73s and thanx Mike
 

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Questions -- Are the first two cards (UHF and VHF) both for the Chinook?

Were the Army Blackhawk card pics taken in California? If so it's probably a Los Alamitos AAF based bird as #1= Los Alamitos AAF Ground, #2 =LAAF Tower
 

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Believe it or not, they did fly the 60G out from Kirtland. It's 58th SOW. The first two are the 47, which is based at Sacramento, but they make trips to Los Al.

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DPD1 said:
Believe it or not, they did fly the 60G out from Kirtland. It's 58th SOW. The first two are the 47, which is based at Sacramento, but they make trips to Los Al.
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I think I wasn't clear - The second Blackhawk, or the fourth "freq card" down is id'ed as a Army UH-60, I'm just wondering if that picture was taken in California as well. I'm good with the USAF HH60G...
 

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For some reason that one didn't show for me the first time... Yes, that one is Los Al guard. Interesting that all CA Guard stuff usually has a couple Camp Roberts freqs in there somewhere. They must go there often.

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DPD1 said:
For some reason that one didn't show for me the first time... Yes, that one is Los Al guard. Interesting that all CA Guard stuff usually has a couple Camp Roberts freqs in there somewhere. They must go there often.

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Haviing been a Reservist in California some years ago, I can tell you that's where everyone trains! Which freqs do you recognize?
 

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I know 241.0 is one of them. I'm not sure what that is though. Probably Roberts range check in of some sort.

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