Lift chopper at FCA, 8 Mile & Mound.

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Another lift chopper at the Chrysler plant. I can't see an N#? Looks like they're done for the day. I heard them talking earlier today, but didn't realize who it was.
151.625 was being used for air to ground communication. 20200801_120203(1).jpg
 

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Many times they use the helicopter to remove equipment they can't get out with the usual fork truck and rigging methods. They rig it through an opening in the roof.

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Another lift chopper for FCA. He's working by the new plant near Jefferson & Conner.
N905CH S-61 out of Howell MI.
151.625 Air to Ground. Nothing heard yet, but I don't think they started yet. I might try to go over there. Said he'll be working the next 2 hours.
 

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Haven't seen him at the Belvidere FCA plant in a few years.. But when he is here, you know it..
 

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N704WK is back at 8 Mile & Mound. Had to land because an oil pressure light came on. Checked it out & is back up now.
151.625 DCS 506. Air to Ground communication.

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Lift chopper back at FCA 8 Mile & Mound.
N905CH S-61
151.625 DCS 506 A/G.

N159AC S-64 Skycrane at the GM plant in Hamtramck.
151.925 PL 167.9 A/G.
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N159AC Skycrane still doing more lifts today at GM Hamtramck.
151.925 I can hear him in Birmingham. Helping a friend clean up leaves.

Chuck.
 

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I believe those frequencies are the stock frequencies in some Motorola radios when you buy them. They require an FCC license, but I doubt many people apply for them.

Edit: I believe we use the Motorola RVM-2040 handhelds at work. They're 2 watts, and 151.625 is the stock Channel 1.
 
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