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OHP Troop G ?

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edwftx

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Does troop G exclusively use the 44.700 low band in Cotton Co. Ok. or when they are working near the river... Devol, Randlete, Grandfield area...do they use the local S O repeaters?
 

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In most areas Troopers will use the local SO's to run traffic information from time to time; when ever their HQ is busy or lowband reception is bad. I am sure Troop G would do the same thing.
 

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OHP Troop G

Ed,
OHP units down close to the river use the low band to talk to Lawton. Lawton OHP used to have a repeater in the Cookietown area. A few of them talk to us on the TXDPS channels on a few occasions.
 
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