08/04/21 00:33:13 UTC
343.250 MHz
CLINTWOOD, VA
Mid-air re-fueling training
 
08/02/21 19:29:41 UTC
238.1000 MHz
CAPE MAY, NJ
BOBCAT 1 checking in with Giant Killer
 
08/02/21 18:50:13 UTC
346.525 MHz
WHEELING, IL
BISON1 checking w/ Phoenix for entry to Oshkosh, WI
 
08/02/21 16:51:18 UTC
276.500 MHz
CLINTWOOD, VA
Mid-air re-fueling training
 
08/02/21 15:31:17 UTC
343.250 MHz
CLINTWOOD, VA
Mid-air re-fueling training
 

07/26/21 15:43:59 UTC
140.150 MHz
NOTAM for KMEB LAURINBURG-MAXTON 07/006 - SVC TEMPO TWR LOCAL CTL 122.8, GCA CTL 140.15. 30 JUL 12:00 2021 UNTIL 30 JUL 16:00 2021. CREATED: 26 JUL 12:55 2021. 1 of 3 covering July26-30. -AJ
 
07/07/21 16:21:19 UTC
40.775 MHz
M0483/21 - AERODROME SOUTHEAST RAMP – 82ND CAB CONDUCTING FARP OPS FOR PARTICIPATING AIRCRAFT ONLY. OPERATIONAL FREQ FM 40.775. PILOTS USE CAUTION ENTERING AND EXITING THE FARP. 06 JUL 19:59 2021 UNTIL 01 OCT 21:00 2021. CREATED: 06 JUL 19:59 2021 -AJ
 
06/09/21 17:50:56 UTC
299.30 MHz
Couple of FA-18's from Beaufort Marine Corp Air Station or better known as BMCAS
 
06/03/21 19:38:53 UTC
260.725 MHz
Copy we are inbound at this time
 
05/31/21 16:08:14 UTC
69.425 MHz
Third party report of frequency being in use in vic of Concord NC approx 1700h. 2x UH-60M, 07-20035 (AE47E5) and 07-20063 (AE47FC) seen in the area of KJQF on ADSBexchange just prior to the 2021 Coca-Cola 600. Prev noted in use by demo team helos, one being VIPER188 at 2019 Coca-Cola 600. 5/30/2021 -AJ
 
05/12/21 23:25:24 UTC
123 700 MHz
gulfport
 
05/05/21 17:10:14 UTC
376.025 MHz
EPIC41 to OMEGA18 (OMEGA DZ normal callsign for KVUJ DZ). Talking as if doing an airdrop, which would normally be at KVUJ. ADSBexchange flight track for 00-0183 (AE08E3) shows a racetrack over Rockwell NC vic. Unknown activities between approx 18-1900 ish 5/4/2021 -AJ
 


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KSC Firing Room 1, Simulation for Artemis I
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. Under the leadership of Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson, a team of nearly 100 engineers from Orion, Space Launch System (SLS) and NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems came together to work through a series of simulated challenges, as well as a final countdown procedure. During these exercises, different issues were introduced to familiarize the team with launch day operations, while providing them with an opportunity to practice how they would handle those issues in real-time. Artemis I will be the first integrated test flight of the Orion spacecraft and SLS rocket – the system that will ultimately land the first woman and the next man on the Moon.

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