I don't know if these were/are helicopters, they are active in the area.With all of the Military helicopters around central Indiana listening will be fun.
Any good frequencies to monitor?
I don't know if these were/are helicopters, they are active in the area.
317.8000 Indy App/Dep
What I would be doing if I lived in the area is some searching with all the damage at Atterbury, they have got to be talking about it on their new frequencies.
I did not get a chance to listen yesterday. The day before all I listed were active.I got a call from a spotter telling me they were so low near the St. Fairgrounds @ 1542 she had to stop an outdoor phone call.
Several passes and I had all the Shelbyville freqs in and going along with International but I was kinda doing work so I may have missed them.
Newsalan, did you actually hear anything today on those listed?
I have confirmed from Indy TG's 39840, 39808 and 39936 but none of it was airwork. Flooding assistance earlier in the year.
WISH says they are Marines doing the training. 26 sites in Indy offered for use. No wonder my Guard freqs were silent.
It is! There are several more that I could not ID or did not have tones on them.That's Awesome. I am about 10 miles from Atterbury and that repeater is solid. It must be in Atterbury.
Of course now they are busy with "relief" efforts. But when I was up there watching the news, portables looked to be VHF or UHF.two hovering at d7 317.8 yes i know it is uniform approach this info is for the callsign