Oregon NG night Army helicopter training for several days

ki7fk

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Oregon National Guard facility in Powell Butte to host nighttime Army helicopter training for next several days

The Oregon National Guard’s Biak Training Center in Powell Butte is scheduled to host active-duty Army rotary wing night training missions, outside of normal operations hours over April 24-29. The visiting unit is located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, in Tacoma, Washington.

Night flying operations will occur from sundown until approximately midnight and may include low-level flying and refueling stops at the Redmond Airport.

Does anybody have a list of frequencies to monitor for this activity? I would love to listen in.

Thanks!
 

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Here's a few I've got plugged in.

150.6000 I hear a lot of activity on this in Redmond

135.0000 I think this is the "Victor" working channel.
139.1875
139.2625
142.8000 GUARD OPS
139.2125 CH 01
139.1375 CH 02
139.3875 CH 03
139.1825 CH 04
141.0500 CH 05
141.1000 CH 06
139.2375 CH 07
141.1500 CH 08
141.2000 CH 09
142.8750 CH 10
142.9250 CH 11
148.5250 CH 12
150.6250 CH 13
241.6000 Helicopter "Uniform" freq
 

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@ScanRite Curious to know since you have frequencies listed with Channels, where do those come from? I am guessing those are defined somewhere?

I use the SDS100 scanner and want to make sure I pull those in from the RR database if they are listed.
 
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@ScanRite Curious to know since you have frequencies listed with Channels, where do those come from? I am guessing those are defined somewhere?

I use the SDS100 scanner and want to make sure I pull those in from the RR database if they are listed.
Channel #s were from an old list I had from someone in the know. Again, it's old, so not sure how accurate it is.
I've not seen most of what I posted listed anywhere in RR, since they're unconfirmed.
 

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