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Rgr Terry those SAM's seem to be following each other SW. Room for lots of folks aboard.

The local Potus CAP broke up around noon. NOBLE-1 told tanker at 10:45am that there were no backfills
and they would be it for today.Rain and low clouds/fog making a mess anyway.

Couple Travis KC-10's working up and down the Cal coast awaiting B-2's. TOGA-79 and ORCA-70.
 

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Rgr Terry those SAM's seem to be following each other SW. Room for lots of folks aboard.

The local Potus CAP broke up around noon. NOBLE-1 told tanker at 10:45am that there were no backfills
and they would be it for today.Rain and low clouds/fog making a mess anyway.
Nothing official on return yet
 

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1905 local RCH-300 C-17 96-0006 with McGuire CP 237.150 after McGuire stop with inbound message says 76 pax and baggage then says we are going to KBWI. Maybe double stop or McGuire didn't have Customs guys available.
"Sorry about that miscommunication" from RCH-300 while enroute BWI.
 
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Looks like once again the Whiteman B-2's (spare included) will be paying a visit to Pasadena California later today for Rose Bowl parade
and the football game for flyovers. Look for several SPUR or QUAKE Travis KC-10's to meet them just off the Coast.
Hi Mark, I had the tankers this evening with Los Angeles center and joining with DEATH11 flight: DEATH 11 1 Jan 2022

Happy New year to all !!


René.
 

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E-4B ROCKY 25 (74-0787) left Robins AFB, GA earlier & flew up the east coast towards DC, but no C-32 aircraft have been seen in trail. The E-4B was transmitting analog WBFM on 337.300 MHz going up the coast, but has now switched that off. I'm again seeing 375.000 MHz in a digital/encrypted mode of some sort. The signal looks to be around 30 kHz in width. Beyond that, I can't say what it is, but I've now observed it several times with E-4Bs in the area, especially during COG exercises. The E-4B is currently headed towards Atlanta, GA. 1541 UTC.
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Posted yesterday by a listener in KY


E-4B ROCKY 25 (74-0787) left Robins AFB, GA earlier & flew up the east coast towards DC, but no C-32 aircraft have been seen in trail. The E-4B was transmitting analog WBFM on 337.300 MHz going up the coast, but has now switched that off. I'm again seeing 375.000 MHz in a digital/encrypted mode of some sort. The signal looks to be around 30 kHz in width. Beyond that, I can't say what it is, but I've now observed it several times with E-4Bs in the area, especially during COG exercises. The E-4B is currently headed towards Atlanta, GA. 1541 UTC.
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Any idea when this frame went to Robins? On the 31st it flew from Lincoln to MacDill (reversing what it had done the previous day) and I hadn't seen anything suggesting it had left.
 
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