01/17/20 20:00:17 UTC
383.550 MHz
HOPE, AR
ORDERWIRE data broadcast from E6 Mercury
 
01/17/20 19:58:21 UTC
323.800 MHz
HOPE, AR
EAM followed by Obedience out.
 
01/15/20 03:06:34 UTC
341.750 MHz
LITCHFIELD, IL
Death21, Death22, Death23 B2 Spirit Bombers out of Whiteman AFB, were talking about push back times earlier in the transmission???RTB (Assume return to base) 20:34 CST
 
01/14/20 19:59:04 UTC
327.600 MHz
LITCHFIELD, IL
Air Refueling Route 110 Southern Illinois, Turbo 21 (58-0047) talking to Rhino27 (00-0178) CP at 19:58Z (13:58CST), meeting up to train, Rhino has 3 they need to run through the seat
 
01/14/20 19:46:59 UTC
283.900 MHz
LITCHFIELD, IL
11:58CST Refuling aircraft (Possibly 58-0047 not confirmed) Air Refueling track 309 Western Missourri, running 6 minutes late to CP, readjust CT to 18:26Z (12:26 CST) with DEATH71 (B2 Spirit from Whiteman could not get tail #), Death 13 (B2 Spirit from Whiteman) will also be joining FL290
 

01/16/20 15:58:46 UTC
395.225 MHz
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
11.175 MHz
global mil hf
 
01/11/20 18:08:16 UTC
4.724 MHz
EAM -sunflower
 
01/11/20 06:14:57 UTC
350.350 MHz
A to Air range ops from ANG Terrihaute ,,,,MOA,,,attibury
 
01/09/20 15:09:27 UTC
343.700 MHz
!RDU 01/062 SDZ COM REMOTE TRANS/REC 127.8, 343.7 U/S 2001131300-2001172200 -AJ
 
12/18/19 15:57:15 UTC
140.450 MHz
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
228.100 MHz
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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The five geographical areas of the Nellis Range Complex consist of: Restricted Areas R-4806, primarily used for testing and munitions training; R-4807, used for electronic combat and munitions training; R-4808, used by the Nevada Test Site; R-4809, used primarily as an electronic combat range; and the Desert Military Operating Area, used for air-to-air training. The Nellis Range Complex is located between Las Vegas and Tonopah in Southwestern Nevada and consists of five adjacent geographical areas. The ground is mostly barren, consisting mainly of flat, dry lake beds, dry washes, desert vegetation, and rugged, mountainous terrain. The land occupied by the NRC is more than , combined with more than of airspace. The 99th Range Squadron, which controls the range, is located on Nellis Air Force Base, approximately northeast of Las Vegas.The NAFR consists of approximately . The majority of the NAFR consists of lands withdrawn from the BLM. Withdrawn lands refers to land which is set aside for a specific use. In this case, it is land that has been set aside for military use that is not available for public use. It remains under the jurisdiction and management of the agency that is responsible for the land. The Air Force must comply with all uses, policies, programs, federal requirements as mandated and administered through BLM. The Nevada Wild Horse Range is included in the NAFR and is administered by the BLM. Approximately of the NAFR have been withdrawn from the Desert National Wildlife Range (DNWR). The Air Force and USFWS jointly manage this area. The Nevada Test Site, administered by the DOE, is contiguous with the NAFR in the southwestern part of the NRC. Public access to the NAFR and the Nevada Test Site is highly restricted, although some areas support grazing leases. The NAFR is used for training, testing, and weapons evaluation operations for the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, National Guard, Navy, DOE, and reserve forces. Target complexes with bombing circles and triangles, and simulated runways, airfields, and convoys are situated on parts of the NAFR.