Monitoring Military UHF Traffic

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BruceP

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I was curious if anybody in the San Diego area, would have Military UHF Channels that are current to listen to, my wife and I are coming out the the area in April and I have never really listen to the Military UHF frequencies at all. When we stay out at Shelter Island, we see the US Coast Guard flying around at certain times of the day and night. I see alot of activity coming from Miramar and Camp Pendleton, and thought the next time I come out I should ask for help in seeking the UHF Channels. If anybody wants to email them to me, my email address is bplv@cox.net. I admit that I am new at this, and if anybody could show me how to do this I would appreciate it, and thanks for your time in this matter.

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