06/04/20 19:58:30 UTC
343.700 MHz
SHAWNEE MISSION, KS
SPIRIT02
 
06/04/20 13:55:59 UTC
135.700 MHz
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Boston (ZBW). ROCK 41 flight conducting random refueling on AR212. (ADSB shows callsign as ROMA82, KC-10, 79-1949). Handoff to 134.950.
 
06/04/20 02:09:45 UTC
123.875 MHz
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ZBW, MAINE 85 and 86 refueling SHOCK 01 and NOMEX 01 in AR609, afterward SHOCK and NOMEX cleared into Viper Airspace from the floor to FL500 and cleared to switch to tactical. (via LiveATC)
 
06/03/20 15:43:05 UTC
253.7 MHz
WINTER HAVEN, FL
ACM training HOTAS Fox 2 & 3
 
05/30/20 20:11:01 UTC
234.8 MHz
ORMOND BEACH, FL
Noble3 in CAP for launch TFR has emergency, RTB JAX equest approach end cable
 

05/20/20 22:45:29 UTC
322.300 MHz
2x prev unk freqs KGSO-PIEDMONT TRIAD INTL-05/071 - COM REMOTE TRANS/REC 243.0, 269.225, 284.6, 290.325, 322.3, 327.075 U/S. 26 MAY 09:00 2020 UNTIL 26 MAY 14:00 2020. CREATED: 19 MAY 09:00 2020 -AJ
 
05/20/20 16:25:54 UTC
70.400 MHz
A2A, 2x helo pilots: "...just bee-boppin' around the Uwharries" "...target on the dam then run through some (?)D-P-M-R's(?)...following the river" "we're at 550AGL..yup we're 780" discussing last altimeter setting "that was hours ago tho, at Simmons" rx'd central Uwharries, PL 151.4. 1955-2015ish, local time. 5/13/2020 -AJ
 
05/19/20 19:38:09 UTC
322.300 MHz
2x prev unk freqs KGSO-PIEDMONT TRIAD INTL-05/071 - COM REMOTE TRANS/REC 243.0, 269.225, 284.6, 290.325, 322.3, 327.075 U/S. 26 MAY 09:00 2020 UNTIL 26 MAY 14:00 2020. CREATED: 19 MAY 09:00 2020 -AJ
 
05/19/20 19:36:54 UTC
284.600 MHz
2x prev unk freqs KGSO-PIEDMONT TRIAD INTL-05/071 - COM REMOTE TRANS/REC 243.0, 269.225, 284.6, 290.325, 322.3, 327.075 U/S. 26 MAY 09:00 2020 UNTIL 26 MAY 14:00 2020. CREATED: 19 MAY 09:00 2020 -AJ
 
05/15/20 19:22:10 UTC
50.125 MHz
Helos in Uwharrie vic "291.9" "try them again and then we'll RTB" "head back to point 227, pick up (?gimlin?)" "it's a good thing out PAX brought parachutes, we'll just drop em off here and call it good" (??i dunno what that means??) "ascend to 100 feet" "14,16, are you gonna drop (?sticks?) 192,193 and go straight to 194?" "gonna go straight to 195". Associated w/ comms heard on 69.425FM and possibly 38.725FM as well. 5/14/2020 approx 1837+h -AJ
 
05/15/20 15:03:39 UTC
50.125 MHz
Helos in Uwharrie vic "291.9" "try them again and then we'll RTB" "head back to point 227, pick up (?gimlin?)" "it's a good thing out PAX brought parachutes, we'll just drop em off here and call it good" (??i dunno what that means??) "ascend to 100 feet" "14,16, are you gonna drop (?sticks?) 192,193 and go straight to 194?" "gonna go straight to 195". Associated w/ comms heard on 69.425FM and possibly 38.725FM as well. 5/14/2020 approx 1837+h -AJ
 
05/15/20 14:53:45 UTC
69.425 MHz
ARMY 20327 attempts to contact KVUJ twr (was closed) then on 69.425FM a report of no contact & someone should try UHF. This followed by "291.9" (KVUJ UHF) being called out on 50.125FM by a different party. Repeat of failed contact on VHF by female pilot (heard earlier on 69.425FM) IDing as ARMY 20273. Considering valley location, good Rx. 5/14/2020 approx 1830+h -AJ
 


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