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1430- There was a MD hog showing on ADS-B briefly here in NJ, just south of the Warren Grove range. I suspect thats where he's going. So far, nothing heard on range pri 283.1
1450- showing now 78-0709 at the WG range
 
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Checking the LiveATC archives these 2 hex code tracks correspond with the 6 Tucanos (2 flights of 3) that departed from KORH to CYYR using the callsigns RAVEN 81-91. LiveATC audio RAVEN 81 landing in CYYR - "That's super cool"
Thanks Airscan! I think you guys have helped me solve my mystery flight!! So very much appreciate all your work on this guy's! Great recording from CYYR too! SUPER COOL!
 

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I posted earlier on those TALON's. They originated out of Lakehurst NAS this morning. There was 4 all together. Took a ride up the Hudson River then went to Lancaster to refuel. There should be 2 more coming behind these 2. They were using 34.10 for A/A. And they did kinda sound like contractors, not mil pilots. So could be new deliveries.
R21149 20-21149 AE6A83 out of Lakehurst, looks like returning to KJSD
 

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I posted earlier on those TALON's. They originated out of Lakehurst NAS this morning. There was 4 all together. Took a ride up the Hudson River then went to Lancaster to refuel. There should be 2 more coming behind these 2. They were using 34.10 for A/A. And they did kinda sound like contractors, not mil pilots. So could be new deliveries.
UH60's 20-21115 and 20-21119 into KOKV, Winchester Regional
 

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Roger Mark, I heard them take off from Portland then mess around in Yankee MOA for 1/2 hr before heading back to KMTN. They used 139.6 238.25 and 239.3 for A-A today. It was fun listening to the hogs again! until next time....come on back for some Lobster!
Ed,

Is 238.25 a local freq? it's not a usual MD ANG freq?

I'm guessing that 239.3 shud be 293.3
 

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Ed,

Is 238.25 a local freq? it's not a usual MD ANG freq?

I'm guessing that 239.3 shud be 293.3
Ron, 238.25 is local. It's the Yankee MOA coordinate/conflict/de-conflict frequency. WARDOG used it to point out targets and scenarios for the RAVENs to engage in. That freq has been used for Yankee MOA for many years. Mostly used by the VT and MA fighters for conflict engagement, etc.
Oh, and yes, sorry for the typo 293.3 is correct. Oops!
 

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1523- Chat on CAP boom freq (247.05). Swath 99 (KC-135R # 62-3564) is forward-deployed to Pittsburgh from Pease in NH. Mentions others forward deployed from McConnell. Nobles from Alabama, says "we'll be moving up here soon."
I heard them chatting a couple weeks ago remarking about the dreary Winter weather will be like doing this up here LOL
I figured they were just talking about Winter CAP duties but maybe not. The one pilot mentioned was also getting married
just West of DC. hmm. Maybe Montgomery getting a construction overhaul so temp move here?

SWATH-41 58-0126 getting ready to enter CAP on 260.900
 
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Just watched the last AR happen. On the southbound pass the F-16s were in trail and lead one eventually closed in on the tanker as they were getting out of sight. The other F-16 turned off to the left. They looped back around right over top then out of the CAP.
 

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Quite busy the past few days and want to Thank everyone posting here.
We had A-10's from Maryland to Maine and back with pics,B-2's in the area bombing ranges and with some cool pics also.
We caught some new A-29 Super Tucano aircraft with audio and radio/ADSB Intel as well and several new Army UH-60;s and new
Del ANG C-130H course they got to remove the Kentucky logos... First State Update - Home | Facebook
Altravs also with our friends from the UK too!
All along with our usual local stuff as well.. Sure makes it fun with all the smart help here on this board.
It may be called MidAtlantic Milair under Maryland but friendly Mil aircraft don't recognize State/Country Lines LOL
Keep up the good work guys :)
 
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