09/21/20 19:19:45 UTC
271.4 MHz
TAMPA, FL
Talk about a malfunction with aircraft 559.
 
09/20/20 14:29:15 UTC
317.6 MHz
TAMPA, FL
MAFIA 55 (T-38C Talon) up with Jax Center. Just departed MacDill.
 
09/18/20 21:44:16 UTC
294.7 MHz
TAMPA, FL
MAFIA 55 and MAFIA 99 (T-38C Talons) both in the pattern at McDill. JIMBO 1 just landed. Not sure of aircraft type. Handoff was 239.3, 279.6, 294.7.
 
09/18/20 21:02:42 UTC
239.3 MHz
TAMPA, FL
MAFIA 69 (T-38C Talon) up wiith Tampa App. Just switched over to MacDill Tower for landing on 294.7 MHz.
 
09/18/20 18:36:55 UTC
257.8750 MHz
CAPE MAY, NJ
Devil 11 making the approach into Dover AFB
 

09/18/20 17:10:09 UTC
31.575 MHz
"...that uh, buzzsaw...(unintelligible) friendly..." helo pilot. Weak/spotty rx. PL 151.4. 09/16/2020 1957h-AJ
 
09/16/20 16:11:37 UTC
259.850 MHz
"in the vicinity of that VORTAC" Jet pilot. Ok rx. 09/15/2020 0942h, prev noted on 07/15/20 -AJ
 
09/14/20 13:29:41 UTC
44.325 MHz
A2A comms of 3x H64's traversing Piedmont NC, E to W. Identified as "Helicopter85561 Flight" on KVUJ CTAF call approx 0850h. Discussing where to land and interestingly what the price of fuel was at various airports, as if they were shopping around. Mentioned KJQF, KHKY and KFQD at various points eventually deciding to get fuel and land at KFQD. 09/14/2020, 0850-0910h -AJ
 
09/13/20 16:41:08 UTC
34.800 MHz
Mentioned in A2A comms on 293.0 "Hey 2, this is lead, I'm getting a decent amount of feedback on Forty-Seventy (40.70 FM), so I'm gonna go up to Thirty-Four-Eighty (34.80 FM)" as inter-ship etc. Discussion of making it to KHFF before needing to "goggle up". 09/12/2020 1937h. ID'd as GUARD26278 flight of 3x H60's (KRUQ based) immed prior to KVUJ tower -AJ
 
09/13/20 16:39:59 UTC
293.000 MHz
A2A "Hey 2, this is lead, I'm getting a decent amount of feedback on Forty-Seventy (40.70 FM), so I'm gonna go up to Thirty-Four-Eighty (34.80 FM)" as inter-ship etc. Discussion of making it to KHFF before needing to "goggle up". 09/12/2020 1937h. ID'd as GUARD26278 flight of 3x H60's (KRUQ based) immed prior to KVUJ tower -AJ
 
09/12/20 16:00:45 UTC
122.725 MHz
CTAF/UNICOM for KRUQ, Mid-Carolina Regional Airport (formerly Rowan County Airport), Salisbury, North Carolina, USA. Changed 3-4 years ago. -AJ
 
09/12/20 15:57:03 UTC
122.725 MHz
KNCA NEW RIVER MCAS /H/ /MCCUTCHEON FLD/ NOTAM: M0129/20 - AERODROME EFFECTIVE 11 SEPT AT 1900L CLOSED FIELD COMMUNICATIONS WILL USE UNICOM FREQ 122.725. PILOT CONTROLLED LIGHTING WILL USE FREQ 120.0. 11 SEP 23:00 2020 UNTIL 08 DEC 23:00 2020. CREATED: 10 SEP 14:32 2020 -AJ
 

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United States Thunderbird Frequencies Updated for the 2020 Air Show Season
Thanks for much input from users of this website I've updated the list of frequencies that the United States Thunderbirds so far have used in 2019 as well as 2020. This should be an good list.
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5G System Band Plan
Different countries have proposed and are working on different frequency bands that range all the way from 600 MHz to 71 GHz. In this article, we have outlined the proposed 5G Bands by country.
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COVID-19 Interesting Facts from the CDC
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The complete ARINC Aviation Voice Services Handbook.
ARINC Air/Ground communications services primarily consist of radio relay – passing information between aircraft and the FAA or their company dispatch center. This relay occurs in the form of message transcription and the establishment of a radio-to-telephone communications link, called a phone patch, to give customer operations personnel the ability to talk directly to aircrews over ARINC radio systems. This handbook includes HF/VHF frequencies, maps and detailed operating procdures.
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MilRadioComms has obtained a copy of the 2020 Air Force Thunderbirds Support Manual.
MilRadioComms.com has obtained a copy of the United States Air Force Thunderbirds Support Manual for the 2020 Air Show season. It provides a unique insight as to the work involved and the dedication to detail that is part of every Air Force Thunderbirds Airshow.
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The Air Force Thunderbirds Maneuvers Package 2019.
This is a copy of the United States Thunderbirds Maneuvers Package as presented to the FAA for the 2019 Air Show Season. This document includes details of each maneuver to be preformed during the High Show, Low Show, and Flat Show.
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Firing Room 1 Pictures
Members of the Artemis I launch team participate in a countdown simulation inside the Launch Control Center’s Firing Room 1 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Feb. 3, 2020.
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Army Techniques for Satellite Communications
This is an unclassified document published by the Department of the Army in June 2017. Excellent source of military satellite communications as well as some good pictures of various systems.
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Detailed article about ACARS ( Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System).
Everything you wanted to know about ACARS ( Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System) including data format/layout, abbreviations, frequencies and locations.
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Latest User Submitted frequencies now displayed in table format.
Now when any users submits a new MilAir frequency to the system you will be able to see the last 75 submitted frequencies in table format. Also you'll see a "Twitter" button, if you click this button the frequency/description/location will be posted to your Twitter timeline allowing all your followers to see frequencies you thought were of interest.
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VOLMET International Broadcast Times/Locations/Frequencies (2018)
The operating frequencies of the broadcast for VOLMET on HF can be found here. This data came from a document updated on July 2018 so they should be current.
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TELINT - Telemetry Intelligence (TELINT) During the Cold War.
This article is about how the US intercepted intelligence signals from satellites and other devices sending telemetry data. Some nice pictures of equipment also appear in this article.
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COTHEN - Celluar Over-The-Horizon Enforcement Network Frequency Updates.
The COTHEN frequency list has been updated. Using several sources and personal monitoring it now appears to be a cleaner list than before. Several frequencies were removed and 1 frequency was added to the list. Also worth noting orginally COTHEN was Customs Over The Horizon Enforcement Network. Now its referred to as Celluar Over The Horizon Enforcement Network.
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ARC-164 HaveQuick Radio Manual.
Chapter 2 includes a ton of detailed information on just how HaveQuick Radio Comms works. Also if you check out HAVEQUICK Military Radio System you'll see more info as well as a frequency chart where I've acutally heard HaveQuick comms.
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Large Map of the Nellis AFB Range Chart.
Map of the Nellis AFB Ranges, included is a very large image (4,997 x 3,970 pixels).
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AWACS Frequencies used when Intercepting Aircraft Violating the ADIZ.
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Check out this detailed Exploration Mission-1 "Mission Map" detailing the journey NASA�s Orion Spacecraft will take.
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National Hurricane Operations Plan Regarding USAF/NOAA Weather Recon Aircraft.
National Hurricane Operations Plan, this is the chapter regarding Weather Recon/Research Aircraft (WRA). This includes Hurricane Hunter operations. Section 6.2.3.3 contains frequencies to be used during WRA missions.
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Picture of Communication Console on SAM26000.
Here is a nice photo of the communication console on JFK's Air Force One (SAM26000)
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Build Your Own UHF MilSat Antenna, Cheap & Easy.
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Killing Receive Noise.
Here is a very detailed article on how to identify and reduce receiver noise in your radio shack.
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Microwave Frequency Letter Band Chart.
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Interactive Map of ARTCC / RCAG (Remote Center Air/Ground) Transmitter Sites Updated.
The ARTCC / RCAG Transmitter locations have been updated on 8/21/2018. Since the last update 50 new transmitter sites were added bring the total to 746 in the United States. If you click on one of the sites you should see a pop-up displaying the ARTCC frequencies used at that site.
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US Military Hexcode Database Search Updated.
The US Military & Civilian aircraft Hexcode Database was updated on 8/20/2018. You can search by 6 character hex code or by description. Description search is handy if you want to produce a list of USCG assets, simply enter 'USCG'. Or if you want a list of just MH-60 helicopters enter 'MH-60'.
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Frequency Searching with Multiple Scanners
The best way to find new frequencies for your scanner is to use the "search mode". Here is an article that describes how to efficiently scan the entire MilAir UHF band in 10 seconds or less using multiple scanners.
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Cheap SDR Dongle Connected to a Raspberry Pi Computer for a Self-Contained Audio Streaming Device
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HAVEQUICK Military Radio System: What it Is, What it Isn't + Frequencies & Video
In this article I hope to give you a better understanding on what the Military HAVEQUICK radio system is, how it works, and what it's not. Also included is a frequency listing for the HAVEQUICK frequencies used in the United States as well as a video / audio of an AWACS TOD (Time-of-Day) signal.
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Plot Line of Sight Distance from Your Location to Aircraft at Various Altitudes on a Map
I put together a Line-of-Sight Calculate that will plot on a map your line of sight distance to aircraft at different altitudes. Simply enter your Zipcode and the system will plot you a map of how far out you should be able to hear aircraft at various altitudes from 5,000' to 40,000'.
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MilAir Spotters Network - What is it?
This is the best, all inclusive tool for MilAir Monitors on the network! Please read more about it and start using it, everyone will realize a big benifit!
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