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NM MilAir Frequencies:

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Hello natives,
I've been searching some MilAir frequencies for the Albuquerque area. I got a few active ones from Erik, and searched out a couple more.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Kevin
 

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rinkerk said:
Hello natives,
I've been searching some MilAir frequencies for the Albuquerque area. I got a few active ones from Erik, and searched out a couple more.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Kevin
These first 4 suggestions all have links here;

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Milcom_Web_Pages_and_Mailing_Lists

- Your ARTCC Center
- Albuquerque Aviation Freqs

The data here is a bit dated, but should give you a good place to start.

Of course, there's the Milcom mailing list on QTH.net, and there's the
Air Comm Southwest Yahoo group.

In addition, tho not on the Wiki, there's a small Yahoo group here
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/albuquerque_NM_scanners/

Finally, if you can handle huge downloads (600 pages worth) the refueling maps
link on the Wiki would be useful. Get that while you can - this will disappear in October.
Remember, it's really big...I wouldn't attempt this on a klunky dialup

73s Mike
 

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Hi Mike... My ABQ Center freqs came from the DoD FLIGHT INFORMATION PUBLICATION
(ENROUTE) IFR - SUPPLEMENT UNITED STATES. They have been checked against the last update 2 months ago =)
 

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Very good Erik - no slight intended, but with no update date on the page, it's very hard to know what is up to date or not. And if memory serves, a new FLIP has just about to come out - I think on the 11th.

Thanks for a great and simple page to read....73s Mike
 

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Thanks Mike. I used to have an last updated date on it... but always forgot to change it when I updated it. I tried to make it simple... I wanted it to be an easy reference for my self and others...

When they 86 the online FLIP publications.... I'm gonna be stuck to the paper book =(
 

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Hey guys,
Thanks for the posts on this thread.
I can confirm these freqs. are active to date:
236.000
272.000
312.800
349.500
282.425
352.600
138.275 ?
317.600
Still searching....
BRGDS,
Kevin
 

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236 Isleta Drop Zone
272 COYOTEE OPS KAFB Range control
349.5 COYOTEE OPS KAFB Range control,
352.6 AR310 PRI 284.6
317.6 ABQ SW APP/DEP 134.8

The 272.0, 349.5 pair is a Repeater on top of Sandia Mtn's
 
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