MILAIR : Starting from scratch...again

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JPSan

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I'm in need of collecting current freq's being used by the resident squadrons at DM and the 162nd at TIA for air activities.
Having to start from scratch. All my records are gone. Refueling tracks, stuff, MOA's, squadron freq's and so on.
Would greatly appreciate any help from the Tucson milair monitors.

 

radioguru6613

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I would say park near the field and use Close Call and see what hits you get, the database is a little slim for DM, I pasted in what in my list for Mil-Air, they are standard freqs that have been captured over the years, nothing secret squirrel here.

126.2000 MilTwrCommon
242.4000 ArmyHeli2424
242.5000 ArmyHeli2425
243.0000 MilAir Emerg
252.1000 AFRS CP Comm
252.5250 USAFCommT25
255.4000 Mil Flt Svc
257.8000 MilTwrComCiv
282.8000 Military SAR
299.5000 USAF Comm
300.6000 USAFComm
300.6500 USAFCommAA
303.0000 USAFComm3030
303.0500 USAFComm
311.0000 ACC CP Pri
319.4000 AMC CP
321.0000 ACC CP Sec
323.8000 Airborne CP
333.0000 USAFComm333
333.3000 USAFComm
333.5500 USAFCommFH
335.5500 USAFCommFH2
341.7500 USAF A/A
345.6000 USAFComm
349.4000 AMC CP
351.0000 USAFComm
357.0000 USAFComm
364.2000 NORAD AICC
383.5500 TACAMO Data
384.5000 USAFComm
384.5500 USAFComm
396.8750 ISR 01
397.1250 ISR 02
397.1750 ISR 03
397.3750 ISR 04
397.4250 ISR 05
397.4750 ISR 06
397.5500 ISR 07
397.9500 ISR 08
398.0500 ISR 09
399.4250 ISR 10
399.4750 ISR 11
399.7250 ISR 12
399.9250 ISR 13
399.9750 ISR 14
 

N7MXO_1

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skyvector dot com has all the avcharts with frequencies shown - KDMA is identifier for D-M. Don't forget to check Tucson too. Phoenix chart has many VHF and UHF freqs - current version. Enroute Lo (L-5) and Enroute Hi (H-4) have more. If you see a TFR pop-up (pink outlined in orange, they will sometimes list 'unusual' frequencies to add to your list. E.g., FHU has an ongoing TFR for their UAV work.

airnav dot com has detailed frequencies for airports - use their ID to locate the information. KDMA, KTUS, KFHU, etc. Ground and similar frequencies are on the Airport Diagram on right side of page if available. For more info related to freq's used on approaches open the links to the approach or departure procedures down the page, e.g., Hi-TACAN Z RWY 12 or ILS OR LOC Y RWY 30. The Additional Remarks section often list more freqs - for example at DM you call for fuel on 372.2 30 minutes prior to arrival. (Sometimes some funny stuff too like 'CAUTION: COYOTES, BURROWING OWLS AND JAVELINAS FOUND OCNL ON BOTH SIDES OF RWY.")
 

JPSan

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All is back to normal. Thanks.

And if you are seeking ground ops, Law enforcement, Fire, maint. sq.'s here is the digital system .....
No, I was only after aircraft freq's. Individual squadrons, a/a, MOA's, refueling tracks, etc.
Since my last post through the assistance of some of my brother avionics techs on base , I now have exactly what I was looking for and I'm back being a happy camper after a lengthy hiatus due to serious health issues, having to rebuild my monitoring system.
I back in business. MilAir monitoring is all I do.
 

N5XTC

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skyvector dot com has all the avcharts with frequencies shown - KDMA is identifier for D-M. Don't forget to check Tucson too. Phoenix chart has many VHF and UHF freqs - current version. Enroute Lo (L-5) and Enroute Hi (H-4) have more. If you see a TFR pop-up (pink outlined in orange, they will sometimes list 'unusual' frequencies to add to your list. E.g., FHU has an ongoing TFR for their UAV work.

airnav dot com has detailed frequencies for airports - use their ID to locate the information. KDMA, KTUS, KFHU, etc. Ground and similar frequencies are on the Airport Diagram on right side of page if available. For more info related to freq's used on approaches open the links to the approach or departure procedures down the page, e.g., Hi-TACAN Z RWY 12 or ILS OR LOC Y RWY 30. The Additional Remarks section often list more freqs - for example at DM you call for fuel on 372.2 30 minutes prior to arrival. (Sometimes some funny stuff too like 'CAUTION: COYOTES, BURROWING OWLS AND JAVELINAS FOUND OCNL ON BOTH SIDES OF RWY.")
awesome two websites. very helpful. thanks. have so many bases around me it is impossible to listen to it all. so glad i move away from brownsville, TX where good scanning was listening to the local sheriff put fuel in his car. awful scanning place.
 

N5XTC

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I have been to brownsville texas many time and they have a lot of activity on the scanner in that area.
the term "a lot" is a vague and subjective quantifier. if you are from an area that has almost none, maybe you could stretch it to say "a lot" in brownsville, but even then it would be incorrect. i lived there 16 years, and there is not "a lot." lol. if brownsville is "a lot", what does that make this place?
 

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I have been to brownsville texas many times and they have a lot of activity on the scanner in that area,i was there in the area a week ago and was hearing ems and fire and ect, in the clear.
and you say you heard ems and fire in the clear? that is "a lot"? lol
 
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