Command Post ???

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Saint

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138.700 mhz have this in my scanner and never hear anything on it untill now, someone saying (exercise, exercise, exercise this is a exercise, command post out)

Does any one know what this could be I'm in Fort Erie Ont. and it could be something out of Buffalo NY or in that area.
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are you sure it was not 138.705?

138.705 is the input for 142.725 on the Bell Fleetnet on the Simcoe tower
 

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I doubt he would hear something 50khz away from the frequency programmed in his scanner.

An input to the Simcoe tower would be a good possibility being only 5khz away as well as something military out of New York but the Radioreference database doesn't show anything.
 

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I doubt he would hear something 50khz away from the frequency programmed in his scanner.

An input to the Simcoe tower would be a good possibility being only kHz away as well as something military out of New York but the Radioreference database doesn't show anything.
Yep Really weird, it's the first time I have heard anything on this frequency I will keep it in my scanner for now on and see if I can figure it out, I supose it could of been some skip coming in but I will post anything I find on this board for everyone.
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After searching my records and scanners I have 138.7 listed as SAR Search and Rescue Standby Frequency. Which might make sense for what you are hearing.
 

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After searching my records and scanners I have 138.7 listed as SAR Search and Rescue Standby Frequency. Which might make sense for what you are hearing.

Thanks for checking your records, I have had this frequency in my list for a long time and can't remember where I got it from so I will keep an eye on it for now on.
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Thanks for checking your records, I have had this frequency in my list for a long time and can't remember where I got it from so I will keep an eye on it for now on.
Steve
Steve

139.700 is a Norad Huntress freq that is used in the northeast. Could be a a/a for fighter training possibly?

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