|01/28/20 04:25:11 UTC|
**Delayed Post** 20:13 CST 509BW Interplane Frequency "Death23 to Mad Dog" (Mad Dog Whiteman AFB Command Post)
|01/27/20 17:53:33 UTC|
AR-111 Track Southern Missouri - OILER01 (KC135 Reg 58-0034) practice refueling ops with GORDO14 (E4-B Nighwatch Reg 73-1677)
|01/27/20 17:08:07 UTC|
HOG MOA TAC-Various Comms
|01/27/20 17:06:18 UTC|
Cleared to land at 17:30
|01/27/20 16:51:09 UTC|
CORRECTION BELOW-NOT 224.700.
|01/16/20 15:58:46 UTC|
Alt use-KHFF NOTAM-M0020/20 - PTD FREQ 395.225. 16 JAN 15:30 2020 UNTIL 11 APR 03:59 2020. CREATED: 16 JAN 15:30 2020 -AJ
|01/13/20 03:16:07 UTC|
global mil hf
|01/11/20 18:08:16 UTC|
|01/11/20 06:14:57 UTC|
A to Air range ops from ANG Terrihaute ,,,,MOA,,,attibury
|01/09/20 15:09:27 UTC|
!RDU 01/062 SDZ COM REMOTE TRANS/REC 127.8, 343.7 U/S 2001131300-2001172200 -AJ
|12/18/19 15:57:15 UTC|
A2A "winds are 230 @ 11 knots 10 statute miles on the vis, calling overcast at 1100, 18 on the temp, 3001 for altemeter" "lead copies, we'll plan on ILS 23"12/10/19 0943h Later noted in use during drop operations in vic of Ft Bragg. Often simultaneously in use with 148.325 -AJ
|12/18/19 15:47:23 UTC|
A2A, 1 male & 1 female jet pilot "need little better co-ordination for the 'Pet The Jet'..." also mention of a ceremony and transient training. 12/12/19 ok rx -AJ
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