Mil Air monitoring Frequencies

xantegh

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Hi Rich @N9JIG & Team,

I was wondering if you can help me find the page on RR where you often store the found Mil Air frequencies, as Rich mentioned during the Scanner Guys show?
Unfortunately, I'm not finding the right page where I can get the updated information.

This wiki page is not found anymore
This one was last updated in 2016
This one has just few frequencies and I've never seen it updated.
 

sonm10

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It is going to depend upon your local area. Rich is in Arizona. The mil air frequencies for Arizona is in the Arizona database page under areawide frequencies.

The same would be true for whatever state you may reside (I'm on my phone, so I can't see your location). Also check the wiki for your state, there may or may not be a page dedicated to mil air.

Remember, the difference between the database and the wiki is that the database is VERIFIED while the wiki may or may not be
 

spacellamaman

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Remember, the difference between the database and the wiki is that the database is VERIFIED while the wiki may or may not be
which is an easily overlooked distinction. prob 75% of Milcom that there is the potential to monitor are by their very nature virtually unverifiable by any definition.

for example for my area, i have a considerable number of common/frequent use frequencies that i pay close attention to, i can tell ya that for example, activity on 70.400FM is going to be H64s operating in Alert Area 531 and surrounding areas, based on tail numbers and internet research, generally can tell ya what unit they are likely with, i can even recognize the pilots voices.

but there aint a single thing i listed that is verifiable.
 

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I suspect you would be much better off putting an inquiry in our Washington state forum....


You didn't say anything about what gear you're using but unless you are really close to a base or air route, a handheld with a duckie isn't going to cut it. A wide band antenna like a Discone or an Omni-X mounted nice and high, fed with good coax, and maybe some filtering (if you are near an urban area) is a start. And while many scanners work fine as milair scanners, the big push these days is in SDRs.

Mike
 

empireco

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yup, thats where the highly intelligent and extremely good looking go to post their unverifiables, or so i have heard...
If you're who I think you are, you post some of the best Mid band and VHF Lo intercepts and .Mil helo A/A freqs in general on that site I've ever seen!
You live in the middle of a goldmine!

I get some pretty good stuff here in central KY too but I'm afraid to post frequencies because I'm afraid they will QSY if they find out they are being monitored.
 
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