05/22/19 23:26:03 UTC
308.125 MHz
ALBEMARLE, NC
"...17SPU...""...triangle shaped field.." CAS work. First time noted. 05/22/2019 1915h and prev 2hrs. Based on players involved, one w/ "new orleans accent" as was on 123.475 05/21/2019 likely N611MG/MAG Aero in Moore Co vic. Very weak RX Stanly Co NC -AJ
 
05/22/19 20:26:14 UTC
310.600 MHz
ALBEMARLE, NC
"...knock it off! Knock it off!" 05/22/2019 1615h Stanly Co NC. Ok Rx. -AJ
 
05/22/19 11:45:49 UTC
288.4 MHz
HARRISBURG, PA
Air-to-Air chatting
 
05/22/19 11:45:10 UTC
268.725 MHz
HARRISBURG, PA
Bored mil pilots chatting
 
05/22/19 11:44:32 UTC
236.75 MHz
HARRISBURG, PA
Refueling Ops
 

05/21/19 17:43:03 UTC
310.600 MHz
"...bullseye, one three two point one..." First time noted. Ok Rx. Presume distant. 05/20/2019 between 1030-1300h -AJ
 
05/19/19 21:04:56 UTC
130.300 MHz
"...Team Rescue this is Red Leader, Red Leader..." "...(?)broke(?) one, Red Leader, Red Leader, one-thirty-thirty..." 05/19/2019 between 12-1500h. Weak Rx. Poss Related to 236.0/251.9 comms -AJ
 
05/19/19 21:01:46 UTC
236.000 MHz
"...have your condition, number in your party?" "...this is Red Leader...clear comms...I have report of unknown personnel directly west of your position...window for...cache...concealment..." 05/19/2019 between 12-1500h. Weak Rx. Poss Relaed to 130.3/251.9 comms -AJ
 
05/19/19 20:56:59 UTC
251.900 MHz
"...light...wait for contact then say position..." "...08, 98, 179...(?)Strike King(?) grids are...17SPU...6(missed digit here?)308...98179..." 05/19/2019 1615h weak Rx. poss related to 130.3/236.0 comms -AJ
 
05/16/19 01:11:53 UTC
49.150 MHz
"...one this is DUSTOFF35 in the blind, we are 30 sec out calling for smoke for a clear...in for landing..." "...here are the patients you have to pickup, one bravo four alpha..." "...one this is 279..." PL151.4. 05/15/2019 1330-1400h. GUARD26279, H60, heard on 126.275 "8mi west" of KVUJ minutes later. First time 49.15 heard in use. -AJ
 
05/15/19 12:32:35 UTC
42.000 MHz
"...operations, DUSTOFF37 radio check on fox mike..." due to good Rx w/ suboptimal antenna prob in KVUJ vic. 2006h 05/14/2019 -AJ
 
05/10/19 18:24:04 UTC
173.4125 MHz
"Test one two, radio service" new NAC:911h. between 1300-1400h 05/10/2019 -AJ
 



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