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Selfridge late night activity

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Piston52Heavy

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Last night around 11:00 P.M. I was outside on my patio and a fighter flew over and then it circled above Selfridge three times (possibly burning off fuel) and then landed on Runway 19. I grabbed my radio but I never did hear a call-sign. Anyone else happen to hear anything?
 
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I had my scanner on and heard all kinds of chatter on the fighter frequencies last night around that time. Especially 142.2, 143.925, and 148.525- didn't catch the callsigns though. It's a UTA weekend and I think they also have an ACC exercise this weekend so that could explain all of the activiity. It seemed like they were getting ready for something the last couple days.
 

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Night Ops

In an unusual fashion the fighters were taking off at 21:15 last night.
Could be because they were recalled due to the weather around 14:30, and didn't complete training.
I was in the back yard listening at (about) 14:30 when 4 came in to roost.
There was a call out to two more to remain up in Bad Axe till a decision was made whether to bring them in or wait out the storm. They said the decision would be made within 4 minutes.
It was made and, sure enough, in came two to roost just as the rain started.
Great Selfridge weekend activity.
Regards;
Mike
 
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