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I am interested in monitoring air traffic here in SW Missouri. I can sometimes see the B2's refueling above my location. Anyone in the area do any monitoring of these guys refueling? Or any air traffic for that matter?
 

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I guess I should have mentioned I was wanting some frequencies. :)


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ok wow.
who and what is that?


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Some of my more frequent Proscan hits

283.900 AR-309
316.900 Smoky Hill Range Primary
305.500 AR-330 E/W
297.300 AR-406 P/S
323.800
318.050 Whiteman
341.750
366.300 AR-116 E/W
311.000 ACC Primary
343.500 AR-016 Pri
309.900 Smoky Hill Alt.
349.400
364.200 Norad
277.700 126 ARW A/A
282.600 Norad
319.700
 

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ok wow.
who and what is that?


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I couldn't catch it exactly due to being busy with someone talking to me but it sounded like Turbo something callsign. They were practicing emergency separating routines with a tanker.
 

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Thanks for the list. I could get hooked on this.


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For the Air Refueling (AR) Map Tracks pop over to the Texas Forum and look under Texas Military Freq last page I think for example AR map as another resource along with excellent list as a couple prior post this thread...

I have heard AWACS / Norad on the east-west AR in Arkansas prior...monitor the KC FAA Center enroue freqs too...
 

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You might hear refueling on 235.1 from your location, and aircraft calling ROCK OPS (Little Rock Air Force Base) on 349.4. Thanks for the other freqs! I see some new ones I need to try here in Northwest Arkansas.
 

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I am interested in monitoring air traffic here in SW Missouri. I can sometimes see the B2's refueling above my location. Anyone in the area do any monitoring of these guys refueling? Or any air traffic for that matter?
I live in south central Missouri. I just ran mil air scan and got a hit on 288.300 mhz. Discussing altitude plane to plane. New frequency for me.

284.6750 is active right now. Full scale.
 
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You might hear refueling on 235.1 from your location, and aircraft calling ROCK OPS (Little Rock Air Force Base) on 349.4. Thanks for the other freqs! I see some new ones I need to try here in Northwest Arkansas.

I hear the term "Razorback" while listening to air frequencies. Anyone
know what that is?? Here in SW Mo.


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Razorback range is a range in Northwest Arkansas,near Fort Smith at Fort Chaffee,it is an active training range for A-10 and other aircraft and units,it it under the control of the Arkansas National Guard.
 

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awesome. thanjs


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COMMUNICATIONS - PTD - 372.2 ATIS - 118.725 239.025 APP - (R) (E) 127.45 284.0
REMARKS: Opr 1300-0500Z++ Mon-Fri; 1400-2300Z+ Sat-Sun; clsd hol; OT ctc KANSAS
CITY CENTER 135.575 323.15. - TWR - (E) 132.4 318.8 GND - 128.275 275.8
DEP - (R) 125.925 343.65 REMARKS: Opr 1300-0500Z++ Mon-Fri; 1400-2300Z+ Sat-Sun;
clsd hol; OT ctc KANSAS CITY CENTER 135.575 323.15. - CLNC DEL - . 121.75 335.8
COMD POST - 311.0 321.0 PMSV METRO - 344.6 ARNG HAWK OPS - 49.65 139.0
242.4 303 TFS OPS - 227.8 REMARKS: Call GROUND HOG.
FSS-COLUMBIA COU-DL-NOTAM COU
 

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I couldn't catch it exactly due to being busy with someone talking to me but it sounded like Turbo something callsign. They were practicing emergency separating routines with a tanker.
TURBO is the callsign for the 394th CTS flying T-38 Talons out of Whiteman.
 

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TURBO## = 22nd ARW McConnell AFB KC135R
FAST## = 394th CTS Whiteman AFB T-38(A?)

For those of you in Kansas and Missouri wondering if YOU too could hear Milcom....the answer is YES if you use a decent outdoor antenna. There is a ton to hear around these parts. Best times to listen is 6am-10pm Mon-Thurs and then during the day on Friday. Will not hear nearly as much on Friday night through Sunday.

Gregg in KC
 
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