|03/19/19 01:37:07 UTC|
CAPE MAY, NJ
COAST GUARD 2002
|03/18/19 21:26:26 UTC|
OMAHA ?? calling CBP
|03/18/19 16:23:49 UTC|
Air to air on Command Post Secondary. “We have 58 on board...one radar operator...Are you going to follow me?”
|03/17/19 21:49:38 UTC|
“Mission 11 to Base on CAP 2” using CAP 2 analog freq
|03/15/19 22:09:27 UTC|
Same guy seems to screaming into the microphone, about the wind coming in 50 knts against the direction he is flying.
|03/13/19 21:02:22 UTC|
A2A helo chit chat, operational stuff etc discussing areas in central NC - afternoon 03/13/2019 -AJ
|03/13/19 21:00:11 UTC|
"Flight Check 27, four four point eight fox mike radio check" afternoon 03/13/2019 -AJ
|03/09/19 18:41:02 UTC|
Mentioned as the "pick-up freq 41675" of a party of some sort to be contacted when airborne. 14-08156 & 14-08447, 2x H47s (dolphin emblem on tails so presumably "FLIIPER"s) talking while preparing to depart KVUJ on 39.275. 03-07-2019 evening-AJ
|03/09/19 18:38:12 UTC|
14-08156 & 14-08447, 2x Army H47s (dolphin emblem on tails so presumably "FLIIPER"s) talking while preparing to depart KVUJ. A party of some sort to be contacted on "pick-up freq" 41.675 FM. 03-07-2019 evening-AJ
|03/05/19 14:12:14 UTC|
"...approaching the dam from the north, Uwharrie traffic please advise..." afternoon 03/04/2019 -AJ
|02/22/19 15:21:27 UTC|
refered to as "ABN" / "Air Battle Net" freq. Pairs of H64's (callsigns of CRUSADERxx & IDing as ARMY35345, ARMY322 & ARMY397.to KVUJ twr on 126.275) rotating between Badin/A531 & FARP (somewhere east of Yadkin river) Conducting CAS ops with ground units (callsign SCUMBAGxx) in vic of dams on west side of river utilizing NVD and FLIR. Used 62.45FM as "ADMIN". 228.525 also briefly used to deconflict with GECKO65 doing simulated drops in immediate vic (unrelated) Eve 01/31/2019 -AJ
|02/22/19 15:06:15 UTC|
ADMIN H64 (CRUSADERxx) A2A use in Badin vic (A531) while conducting CAS ops with SCUMBAG on 228.525. ARMY35345, ARMY322 & 397 + others. Eve 01/31/2019 -AJ
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