Grissom Air Base

DatedGore

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This may be a stupid question im not too sure. But does anybody know if any Grissom frequencies off this list are still in use? Indiana - Indiana Military Operations Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference Im pretty sure some of them are, like they are still flying the A-10 Warthogs and some other large aircraft. Not too sure if they have like a frequency they can contact each other on when in the air flying in formation or what their EOD frequencies are. Are they digital?
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I just now heard that Grissom and the Fort Wayne air base are (Because they are so close I think??) that does have a A-10 warthog operations frequency.
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I've heard air-to-air A-10 comms on 319.175Mhz, over north central Indiana, typically around 1-3pm. I heard them almost daily during the quarantine earlier this year.
 

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I believe I have found the EOD frequency, turns out to be encrypted. Maybe the Police frequencies are USAF Police? Kinda odd they would have a encrypted frequency and then one on regular radio. Regular one might be outdated. I believe the fire is gonna be the crash rigs. etc. EMA not too sure about that.
 

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For the aviation comms, you can try these:

Grissom
252.100 Brickyard (ops)
305.400 interplane

Fort Wayne
289.300 Kingsnake (ops)
271.400 squadron common
226.025 interflight 1
319.175 interflight 2
317.375 interflight 3
322.250 interflight 4
350.350 Hilltop MOA primary
269.250 Hilltop MOA secondary
 

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If you can [more than 1 day monitoring] confirm they are ENC, then a DB submission would be suggested to get the MODE updated
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I believe I have found the EOD frequency, turns out to be encrypted. Maybe the Police frequencies are USAF Police? Kinda odd they would have a encrypted frequency and then one on regular radio. Regular one might be outdated. I believe the fire is gonna be the crash rigs. etc. EMA not too sure about that.
 

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