MILAIR Ocean County

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mondaro

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Folks,

Often when I am sitting on the beach in Ocean County in the Toms River / Seaside Heights
are I see MILAR aircraft flying overhead. What the the best freq's to tune in for there communications.
Can it be narrowed down to only a few or does one have to listen to a wide range of them.

Thanks

Tony
 

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Check out the wiki page for military air. Under the US Air Force there is a list of frequencies for McGuire and Lakehurst. It is hit or miss monitoring military aircraft. Load lots of frequencies and see what comes up.
 

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Planes traversing the area around MAFB in Wrightstown will mostly use 124.15. See http://w2xq.com/bm-scan-nj-burlington.html#mafb. You might also check the Atlantic City area for military aero traffic. HTH.
 

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Response for Military Aircraft over OC beaches

I monitor 124.150 on my Grundig from 10 miles inland. That seems to be best. You may also want to get a list of Military Call Signs, you will find out what type of aircraft you are seeing, 127.775 is good for Lakehurst I think??
 

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Thank you,

Also how about those sign towing aircraft what are the best freqs to monitor thoes.
Also are people still flying around in the ultra light aircraft down there ?

Have a great weekend !!

Tony
 
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