11/05/19 16:00:16 UTC
273.700 MHz
"..Ops, JACKPOT61...Who else is going to be using Poinsett in this go?" 11/4/2019 1050h. Good Rx in Stanly Co NC -AJ
10/29/19 23:28:09 UTC
134.3000 MHz
POLO 90 Talking Boston Center direct WEIRD
10/29/19 23:17:35 UTC
121.000 MHz
POLO90 clearance to Dover
10/29/19 23:01:01 UTC
132.7500 MHz
POLO90 doing touch and goes at Stewart
10/29/19 18:01:28 UTC
335.95 MHz
"RHODY push BeanBag for interplane."

11/05/19 16:32:28 UTC
271.4 MHz
Maryland air guard A-10s working Bollen Range, Indiantown Gap, PA.
11/02/19 21:48:24 UTC
225.000 MHz
"BACKY62, how do you hear this?" 11-02-2019 1258h. -AJ
10/30/19 15:39:25 UTC
140.125 MHz
"...ninety degree left turn..." 1057h 10-29-2019. Earlier in the morning and some on 10-28-2019 had noticed static tx's on this frequency in AM, and finally switched to FM and that was the last transmission rx'd on 140.125 since. Certainly worth watching. -AJ
10/29/19 14:52:14 UTC
238.9 MHz
Jake 31 calling for Maine 85 for refueling over Duke MOA
10/28/19 19:38:57 UTC
255.675 MHz
NL Volkel excercise
10/25/19 15:52:59 UTC
36.800 MHz
10/24/2019 H60 pilot- 1137h: "you loud and clear. We're 9300 climbing to 10. We'll be jumpers away in 4 minutes, I say again 4 minutes" 1226h: "277" 1251h: "...7 is inbound, 3 minutes.." 1449h: "...that's for KILLDEVIL...jumpers.." PJE in progress during this time at KVUJ, with KRUQ based ArNG UH-60L tail#26277 as the drop/jump aircraft. -AJ
10/22/19 21:56:09 UTC
318.9000 MHz
Tarpon Airspace Common

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