08/13/20 23:42:40 UTC
252.900 MHz
LITCHFIELD, IL
RCH717T C-17 #08-8023 Calling Hawk Eye Ops.
 
08/10/20 05:25:15 UTC
243.000 MHz
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
no voice ir digi sounds / just squelch braks a couple min ago
 
08/04/20 22:25:30 UTC
319.175 MHz
ALGER, OH
fort wayne A-10's, a2a
 
08/04/20 22:10:58 UTC
226.025 MHz
ALGER, OH
fort wayne A-10's, A2A
 
07/23/20 19:08:43 UTC
298.300 MHz
MINOCQUA, WI
F-16s from Duluth ANG (WOLF callsigns) in Big Bear MOA. AWACS SCOUT03H directing exercise.
 

08/09/20 07:38:31 UTC
258.850 MHz
pirates
 
08/09/20 07:38:00 UTC
253.650 MHz
pirates
 
08/01/20 03:57:36 UTC
285.500 MHz
Refuel Track comms
 
08/01/20 03:56:07 UTC
289.600 MHz
Combat aircraft flight chit chat after in flight refuel
 
07/30/20 14:24:37 UTC
276.600 MHz
JTAC freq mentioned by Helo pilot, heard talking on 70.4 NFM. Vic of KVUJ, Stanly Co NC. 07/28/2020, 1515h -AJ
 
07/30/20 14:20:53 UTC
70.400 MHz
Helo A2A "...visual on you. There are some JTACs on the ground. You can monitor on 276.6 if you are interested..." "OK, I'll stay above.." Immediately prior had checked in with KVUJ tower. PL 151.4, 07/28/2020, 1515h -AJ
 
07/10/20 16:35:07 UTC
61.500 MHz
M0378/20 - AERODROME FLIGHT STRIP 2 (PU895947) F. CO, 3/82ND AVN REG WILL SET UP EQUIPMENT AND PROVIDE AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES FOR AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN THE VICINITY OF FLIGHT STRIP 2 FROM 7 JULY 2020 UNTIL 17 JULY 2020. THE FLIGHT STRIP IS OPEN TO ALL ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT. SERVICES WILL BE PROVIDED FROM 0900L TO 1700L DAILY. OPERATIONAL FREQUENCIES ARE 252.725 (UHF) , 141.425 (VHF) AND 61.50 (FM), FACILITY CALLSIGN IS "BADBOY RADIO". ALL AIRCRAFT MUST ALSO MONITOR SAAF FREQUENCIES. 09 JUL 20:28 2020 UNTIL 17 JUL 22:00 2020. CREATED: 09 JUL 20:28 2020 -AJ
 


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What is Fleet Area Control & Surveillance Facility (FACFAC)

Many people ask the question, "where can I hear some MilAir action?". FACSFAC frequencies are some of the more active frequencies in the MilAir bands. They are the controllers of many of the "Warning areas" along the US coastal waters and Restricted Areas as well as MOA's (Military Operations Areas) near the Coast. What you will hear on these frequencies are Military aircraft flying through these area. Also you'll hear aircraft requesting "Blocks" of airspace from the FACSFAC controller (SEALOAD for Jacksonville Area). Usually if you hear someone request a "Block", next you'll hear them switch to a discrete air-air frequency (also listed on www.MilAirComms.com) then you'll hear an ACM (Air Combat Maneuvering) training mission begin.