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  • Nebraska Sesquicentennial (150th) Anniversary Celebration QSO Party 25 February 2017 – 5 March 2017 Nebraska, USA Feb 25-Mar 6, 1300Z-2300Z, /NE150, all cities, NE. NE150 Hams. All bands, all modes. QSL. QSL to, Nebraska Amateur, worked. Nebraska amateurs may operate from their own station or as part of a Nebraska historical site activation. Nebraska hams will use “/NE150” as a suffix for their calls, for example, KB0LF/NE150. The exchange for Nebraska…
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  • CARS Net 26 February 2017 at 21:30 – 22:00 Savannah, GA, USA Coastal Amateur Radio Society Weekly Net, 442.700+ Repeater
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Savannah Chatham Metropolitan PD Encryption

Savannah – In answer to a lot of questions I’ve been getting lately, the Savannah Chatham Municipal PD (SCMPD) has gone encrypted with their communications on the SEGARRN system. Based on recent monitoring, their Primary Dispatch, Car-to-Car, Records, and Tac channels are all encrypted. It sounds like any interoperability channels are still unencrypted. Fire and EMS channels for Savannah, other municipalities, and Southside are still unencrypted.

SCMPD joins Brunswick PD, Glynn County PD (partially encrypted), and what I believe to be the Savannah Chatham County Public Schools school buses as encrypted users of the SEGARRN system. The various Fire Departments and EMS services remain unencrypted with the exception of some of the EMS to Hospital talkgroups, so there is still activity to listen to.

Sentry Savannah Update; 6 February 2017

Brunswick – The first Sentry Savannah exercise should continue this week. The units involved so far are the 43rd FS from Tyndall, the 142nd FW from Portland, the 2nd FTS from Tyndall, and the VFA-143 from Oceana operating from the CRTC/Air Dominance Center at Savannah IAP along with the 169th FW at McEntire and various KC-135s as tanker support. I haven’t had the chance to get out to the airport to get some photos, but a reader has been kind enough to pass these along:

43rd FS F-22A

43rd FS F-22A

2nd FTS T-38

2nd FTS T-38

142nd FW F-15C

142nd FW F-15C

VFA-143 F/A-18E

VFA-143 F/A-18E

Since my first post last week, I’ve had the chance to listen a few more times and have some updates for the frequency/callsign list. The 142nd FW F-15s may have left on Friday or over the weekend, but I’m not sure yet (in past exercises, some of the units have swapped out weeks). I won’t have the opportunity to listen today, but I’ll be back in Savannah on Tuesday and should find out then.

Frequencies

119.100/257.800 – Tower
120.400/353.775 – Savannah Approach/Departure
125.300/371.875 – Savannah Approach/Departure
118.400/307.225 – Savannah Approach/Departure

269.550/124.700 – Jax Center Columbia Low
282.200/124.675 – Jax Center Jekyll Low
285.650/126.125 – Jax Center Statesboro High
317.550/134.375 – Jax Center Charleston Low
351.700/124.075 – Jax Center Summerville High
363.200/132.925 – Jax Center Allendale/Savannah Low

120.950/284.500 – Sealord North Primary
313.700 – Sealord North Secondary
133.950/267.500 – Sealord South Primary

288.400 – STEALTH (117th ACS) Check-In
293.600 – NORAD Discrete; Blue Air
316.300 – NORAD Discrete; Red Air
265.400 – NORAD Discrete; Aerial Refueling
278.000 – Aerial Refueling

228.400 – Townsend Range Control

237.000 – CRTC CP; 43rd FS “HORNET Ops”
256.750 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
288.900 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
290.675 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
352.100 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
253.200 – CRTC CP; 142nd FW “REDHAWK Ops”
226.750 – 142nd FW Air-to-Air
321.000 – 142nd FW Air-to-Air
320.600 – 2nd FTS Air-to-Air
350.675 – North TACTS Range; VFA-143 Base
268.500 – VFA-143 Air-to-Air
298.300 – 169th FW Ops
141.825 – 169th FW V14
143.250 – 169th FW V16

Callsigns

ATLAS (F-22A, 43rd FS)
RAPTOR (F-22A, 43rd FS)
SAVAGE (F-22A, 43rd FS)
STINGER (F-22A, 43rd FS)
VAPOR (F-22A, 43rd FS)

EAGLE (F-15C, 142nd FW)
RAGE (F-15C, 142nd FW)

HOUND (T-38, 2nd FTS)
TALON (T-38, 2nd FTS)

TAPROOM (F/A-18E, VFA-143)
GRIFFIN (F/A-18E, VFA-143)

MACE (F-16CM, 169th FW)
DEMON (F-16CM, 169th FW)

SODA (KC-135R, 134th ARW)

STEALTH (117th ACS)
DRAGON (RTO)

DVIDS Article on Marine Division Tactics Course at MCAS Beaufort

Recently I posted about the Marine Division Tactics Course that has been underway at MCAS Beaufort; this DVIDS article below appeared about it yesterday including the information that the graduation takes place today. Based on monitoring over the last few weeks, VMFA-112 and the 142nd FW assisted in the MDTC as adversaries in addition to VMFT-401.

 

Fightertown pilots are scheduled to graduate from Marine Division Tactics Course aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 3.

The four-week course takes the top tier of Marine Aircraft Group 31 pilots and refines their skills in offensive anti-air warfare and anti-air defense. Six F-18 Hornet pilots and one Weapons Systems Operator will graduate, earning a Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One qualification and a MDTC Instructor patch.

The course is held twice a year aboard MCAS Beaufort for all of MAG-31 F-18 squadrons. Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One instructor pilots, based out of MCAS Yuma, Ariz., instructs and evaluates the MCAS Beaufort pilots. For those pilots who do graduate it provides a stepping stone to go on to the top flight school, Weapons Tactics Instructor course.

“This course is one pre-requisite among others to eventually go on to the WTI course,” said Maj. Timothy Farag, the MAWTS-1 tactical air department head. “This course makes them proficient at air to air tactics.
Upon completion of WTI, they will be experts on both air to air and air to
ground tactics. They will be the overall subject matter experts of the F-18 Hornet.”

Both MDTC and WTI are fast paced, compact courses that test the top
level pilots and turn them into masters of airborne tactics, prepared to meet the needs of a Marine Air Ground Task Force. Because of the sharp learning curve for both courses, the pilots need to be top notch with an aptitude far above their peers.

“The first week of MDTC is dedicated to academics,” said Maj. Benjamin Apple, the operations officer with Marine Fighter Training Squadron 401. “Then the pilots spend a week doing dogfighting within visual range. The
last two weeks are spent doing beyond visual range flights and simulations.”

The week of academics covers complex tactics, briefing and debriefing.
The pilots not only need to excel in their flight time, but also in the debriefing time. Debriefing after a mission is critical, so that the pilots and WSO’s can see exactly what happened and how to improve. The
second week of dogfighting is when Apple’s unit, VMFT-401, comes into the picture.

“We are the Marine Corps’ only adversary squadron,” said Apple. “Often the Marine Corps utilizes civilian defense contractors. What sets us apart is both our aircraft and the fact that we are uniform wearing Marines. Adversary air is something we specialize in and provide to our customers. We study what the enemy does and we know what our pilots should be doing. We provide the anvil on which our Marine pilots sharpen their word.”

The VMFT-401 squadron frequently visits MCAS Beaufort to provide adversary air for the squadrons. During this visit their primary focus was
to support MDTC. After the second week of air to air dogfighting, the pilots start to work up to larger, longer and more complex flying exercises. The exercises start off with a section, comprised of two pilots. Over the final two weeks they work up to a division flying against 10
adversary aircraft.

“We have the pilots train with both offensive and defensive anti-aircraft warfare,” said Farag. “Essentially the pilots will either be attacking a simulated enemy asset or defending against an oncoming adversary force, protecting a friendly asset. The entire time they are flying they are monitored by controllers who watch, record and analyze everything. When the pilots come back and have their debrief they need to know everything that happened during the exercise and learn from it.”

The debrief conducted after the flight is just as important as the flight itself. This is the pilot’s chance to show his control over the situation and most importantly, learn how they can improve. The competition for a seat at MDTC is stiff. Pilots need to be able to execute in flight and show control in the debrief.

“VMFT-401 works as an extension of MAWTS-1 for the duration of the exercise, working hand in hand as the instructor pilots,” said Farag. “As far as organizing and coordinating MDTC, that comes from Marine Aviation Training System Site Beaufort.”

The MATTS Beaufort coordinates and provides, adversary air, space to
conduct briefs, debriefs, and reserves airspace. The MAG-31 provides the
aircraft, assets, and maintainers. All of these components work together to ensure that everything is ready and available to ensure MDTC runs smoothly.

“The need for MDTC is huge,” said Farag. “The Marine Corps Training and Readiness Manual dictates that each squadron requires a certain number
of WTI’s to ensure the Hornet community continues to meet the needs of the Marine Air Ground Task Force.”

The course is scheduled to culminate with a final flight and evaluation followed by a graduation at the Officer’s club aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Feb. 3. The course is a stride towards becoming a top aviator and subject matter expert within the F-18 Hornet community.

“We are honing pilots in air to air tactics maneuver and air superiority,” said Apple. “This has been a great trip for us. I love coming out to Beaufort and we are happy to be here, take our capabilities and bring
those to the fleet.”

 

Coastal Georgia Mode-S Logs; January 2017

Mode-S hits from Military, Government, and Public Safety related aircraft as well as various other aircraft that catch my attention from attended monitoring of my RadarBox in Savannah and RadarBox Micro in Brunswick, GA.

ADS-B plot for ARMY 20684 (HH-60M, 14-20684, C/2-3 AVN)

ADS-B plot for ARMY 20684 (HH-60M, 14-20684, C/2-3 AVN)

ADS-B plot for DINGO 87 (C-146A, 11-3097/N307EF, 27 SOW/Sierra Nevada Corp)

ADS-B plot for DINGO 87 (C-146A, 11-3097/N307EF, 27 SOW/Sierra Nevada Corp)

ADS-B plot for GULFTEST 06 (G600, N600G, Gulfstream Aerospace) with GULFTEST 67 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace) also appearing

ADS-B plot for GULFTEST 06 (G600, N600G, Gulfstream Aerospace) with GULFTEST 67 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace) also appearing

ADS-B plot for MOOSE 12 (C-17A, 10-0221, 437th/315th AW)

ADS-B plot for MOOSE 12 (C-17A, 10-0221, 437th/315th AW)

ADS-B plot for MOOSE 11 (C-17A, 96-0002) 437th/315th AW)

ADS-B plot for MOOSE 11 (C-17A, 96-0002) 437th/315th AW)

ADS-B plot for TRIDENT 02 (P-8A, 168755, VP-26) doing approaches at Hunter AAF

ADS-B plot for TRIDENT 02 (P-8A, 168755, VP-26) doing approaches at Hunter AAF

ADS-B plot for NAVY LL 887 (P-8A, 168999, VP-30)

ADS-B plot for NAVY LL 887 (P-8A, 168999, VP-30)

0BAFA1 – E135, FAH-001, Honduran Air Force (FAH-001 on box, BLUE STRIPE 1 on ATC)
43C208 – C-17A, ZZ178, Royal Air Force (RRR6701)
43C6F8 – KC3, ZZ335, 101 Sqn RAF (RRR9101)
520274 – C-26B, 94-0264, USAF (RCH 1028)
A1AC1A – B757, N027AX, Omni Air International (CMB502)
A21772 – B767, N234AX, Omni Air International (OAE312)
A22954 – Bell 206L-1, N239AE, AirEvac 96 Jesup (N239AE)
A229F4 – Bell 206L-1, N239AE, AirEvac 96 Jesup (N239AE)
A26AA8 – G550, N255GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GULFTEST 45 on ATC)
A2A071 – Bell 206L-3, N269AE, AirEvac 91 Vidalia (N269AE)
A2D56E – Bell 206L-3, N282AE, AirEvac 95 Statesboro
A2D56E – Bell 206L-3, N282AE, AirEvac 95 Statesboro (N282AE)
A2EBF3 – C182T, N288CP, GA Civil Air Patrol (CAP 929 on ATC)
A31A9F – Cessna 560, N3, FAA
A339BD – C-146A, 11-3097/N307EF, 27 SOW/Sierra Nevada Corp (DINGO87)
A3F7F7 – G450, N355GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF94)
A3F7F7 – G450, N355GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GULFTEST 27 on ATC)
A40CE3 – G450, N360GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (BATMAN on box, GULFTEST 88 on ATC)
A4DF43 – AS350, N41299, Air Methods LifeNet 4
A63A87 – G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF25)
A63A87 – G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF49)
A63A87 – G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF67)
A63A87 – G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF83)
A63A87 – GA5C, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF20)
A64973 – G500, N504GS, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF30)
A6B979 – G-V, N532SP, Gulfstream Leasing (GLF40)
A7C7D5 – G600, N600G, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF11)
A7C7D5 – G600, N600G, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF6, showed GLF11 at beginning of flight)
A82966 – G650, N625G, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF51)
A82D1E – G650, N626GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF94)
A8348C – G650, N628GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF33)
A83E56 – G650, N630GD, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF51)
AAB5B1 – Bell 206L-1, N79AE, AirEvac EMS (N79AE)
AADE67 – Bell 407, N8NR, Georgia Aviation Authority/DNR
ABA78C – U-28A, 08-0850, 319th SOS (HUNTER 71 on ATC)
ABDA93 – MD-83, N863GA, Allegian Air (ALLEGIAN 8038/8039 on ATC)
AC39DC – G650, N887WT, Qualcomm (GLF54)
AC9B8D – BK-117, N911MZ, Air Methods (LIFESTAR 1 on ATC)
ACB143 – G550, N917GA, WFBN (GLF88)
ADFD65 – HC-130N, 88-2101, 106 RQW (KING21)
ADFD66 – HC-130N, 88-2102, 106th RQW (KING 22)
ADFDC7 – C-130H3, 93-1561, 145th AW (EPIC 61 on ATC)
ADFDC7 – C-130H3, 93-1561, 145th AW (EPIC10)
ADFDC8 – C-130H, 93-1562, 145th AW (EPIC20)
ADFDEA – C-130H3, 94-6705, 165th AW (DAWG05 on box, DAWG 11 on ATC)
ADFDEA – C-130H3, 94-6705, 165th AW (DAWG05)
ADFDEB – C-130H3, 94-6706, 165th AW
ADFDEC – C-130H3, 94-6707, 165th AW (DAWG 02 on box, DAWG 78 on ATC)
ADFDEC – C-130H3, 94-6707, 165th AW (probably DAWG 12)
ADFE5B – C-130H, 90-1792, 139th AW (JESSE 92 on box, DRAFT 20 flight on ATC)
ADFE60 – C-130H, 90-1797, 139th AW (DRAFT 2# on ATC)
ADFE60 – C-130H, 90-1797, 139th AW (JESSE 97 on ATC)
ADFE62 – C-130H, 91-1231, 123rd AW (DERBY 62 on box, DRAFT 10 flight on ATC)
ADFE62 – C-130H, 91-1231, 123rd AW (DRAFT65 on box, DERBY 6? on ATC)
ADFE63 – C-130H, 91-1232, 123rd AW (DERBY 6?)
ADFE63 – C-130H, 91-1232, 123rd AW (DRAFT 1# on ATC)
ADFE67 – C-130H, 91-1236, 123rd AW (DERBY 6? on ATC)
ADFE6C – C-130H, 91-1652, 139th AW (OUTLAW21 on box, DRAFT 52 on ATC)
ADFE79 – C-130H3, 92-1454, 145th AW (EPIC76)
ADFE83 – C-130H, 92-0548, 165th AW (DAWG48)
ADFE93 – C-12V, 95-00094, 2-228 AVN (PAT982)
ADFEA1 – C-130H3, 94-7321, 165th AW (DAWG25)
ADFEC1 – UC-35, 96-00111, US Army (PAT 845 on ATC)
AE010D – C-37A, 97-0400, 89th AW
AE010F – C-38A, 94-1569, 113th Wg
AE012E – UC-35A, 97-00104, US Army
AE0153 – KC-135R, 63-8002, 22nd ARW (SATE22)
AE0153 – KC-135R, 63-8002, 22nd ARW (TIPSY21)
AE0159 – KC-135R, 57-1512, 459th ARW
AE0168 – C-20B, 86-0203, 89th AW
AE016D – C-21A, 84-0075, 375th AW (HUSLR89)
AE0175 – C-21A, 84-0120, 119th Wing (HUSLR55)
AE02C6 – C-130H, 89-9102, 165th AW (DAWG 1# on ATC)
AE02C6 – C-130H, 89-9102, 165th AW (DAWG 10)
AE02C6 – C-130H, 89-9102, 165th AW (DAWG48 on box, DAWG 10 flight on ATC)
AE02D9 – C-130H, 89-1181, 165th AW (DAWG 12 in DAWG 10 flight)
AE02D9 – C-130H, 89-1181, 165th AW (DAWG 12 on box, DAWG 81 on ATC)
AE0314 – C-130H, 74-1680, 103rd AW
AE035B – KC-135R, 58-0054, 171st ARW (UPSET22)
AE0367 – KC-135R, 63-8011, 6th AMW (RCH015)
AE036D – UC-35A, 98-0007, PATD (PAT 007 on ATC)
AE038C – KC-135R, 62-3573, 6th AMW (BOLT26)
AE03E9 – C-130T, 165161, VR-64 (CONVOY 3041 on ATC)
AE03F0 – C-130T, 165378, VR-55
AE0404 – C-12U, 84-00160, 1-214 AVN (PAT 801 on ATC)
AE040A – KC-130J, 165738, VMGR-252 (OTIS41)
AE040D – E-6B, 162782, VQ-3 (POOK85)
AE041C – E-6B, 164410, VQ-4 (TINNY07)
AE0421 – KC-135T, 58-0089, 6th AMW (CLEAN82)
AE0430 – CN-235, 96-6049, 427th SOS
AE0434 – CN-235, 96-6045, 427th SOS
AE045F – C-2A, 162142, VX-20
AE0479 – KC-135T, 58-0061, 22nd ARW (SATE21)
AE0484 – KC-135R, 62-3509, 916th ARW (BACKY92)
AE04C6 – KC-135R, 59-1480, 6th AMW (BOLT23)
AE04C9 – KC-135R, 60-0314, 434th ARW (CODY01)
AE04D7 – C-40A, 165829, VR-58 (CNV4106)
AE04D7 – C-40A, 165829, VR-58 (CNV4801)
AE04D8 – C-40A, 165830, VR-59 (CNV4081 on ATC)
AE04D9 – C-40A, 165831, VR-59
AE04DA – C-40A, 165832, VR-58 (CNV4662)
AE0565 – C-5M, 85-0008, 436th AW (RCH026)
AE05B9 – AC-130W, 88-1304, 27th SOW (SPCTR68)
AE0672 – KC-135R, 63-8014, 916th ARW (LUCKY24)
AE0677 – C-17A, 00-0172, 97th AMW (BRONZE4)
AE06E4 – UC-12M, 163836, MCAS Beaufort (FOX 836 on ATC)
AE06E7 – UC-12M, 163838, ?????
AE074E – UC-12M, 163840, MCAS Beaufort (FOX 840 on ATC)
AE074E – UC-12M, 163840, MCAS Beaufort (FOX 963 on ATC)
AE074E – UC-12M, 163840, MCAS Beaufort (GABLESEN)
AE07B5 – KC-135R, 62-3505, 6 AWM (BOLT42)
AE07B5 – KC-135R, 62-3505, 6th AWM (BOLT24)
AE07D0 – C-17A, 89-1192, 437th/315th AW (RCH1107)
AE07D0 – C-17A, 89-1192, 437th/315th AW (RCH9192)
AE07D7 – C-17A, 92-3293, 437th/315th AW (LIFTR20)
AE07EC – C-17A, 96-0002, 437th/315th AW (MOOSE11)
AE0800 – C-17A, 98-0054, 437th/315th AW (EAGLE63)
AE0800 – C-17A, 98-0054, 437th/315th AW (TURTLE6)
AE0808 – C-17A, 99-0062, 437th/315th AW (RCHA612)
AE0814 – C-17A, 00-0178, 445th AW (RHINO90)
AE087E – C-37A, 01-0028, 6 AMW (SPAR 28 on ATC)
AE087E – C-37A, 01-0028, 6th AMW (SPAR 28 on ATC)
AE087F – C-37A, 01-0029, 6 AMW
AE08B4 – T-45C, 167085, VX-20 (SCORE 15 on ATC)
AE08F8 – C-12U, 84-24375, C/2-228 AVN (MOHAWK 99 on ATC)
AE08F8 – C-12U, 84-24375, C/2-228 AVN (MOHAWK99)
AE08F8 – C-12U, 84-24375, C/2-228 AVN (PAT562)
AE08F9 – C-12U, 84-24376, OSACOM/PAT
AE08FC – C-12U, 84-24379, A/2-228 AVN (MOHAWK76)
AE08FD – C-12U, 84-24380, A/2-228 AVN (MOHAWK78)
AE08FD – C-12U, 84-24380, A/2-228 AVN (PAT308)
AE08FD – C-12U, 84-24380, A/2-228 AVN (PAT584)
AE093A – UC-35B, 10-1051, B/2-228 AVN (ARMY 01051 on ATC)
AE0C45 – UH-60L?, 99-26831?, A/2-3 AVN? (seemed to correlate to ARMY 26831 on ATC)
AE0C46 – H-60 (TESTHAWK 22)
AE115E – C-37A, 01-0030, 6 AMW (SPAR 30 on ATC)
AE1165 – C-40C, 02-0201, 113th Wing (BOXER12)
AE117E – C-17A, 02-1112, 172nd AW (RULER 51)
AE1192 – UC-35D, 166474, VMR-1 (LOBO474)
AE11D2 – E-3B, 71-1407, 963rd ACCS (SNTRY30)
AE11D5 – E-3B, 73-1675, 966th ACCS (SNTRY60)
AE11E3 – E-3B, 77-0356, 960th ACCS (using backend c/s GOLIATH)
AE11E7 – E-3G, 79-0001, 963rd ACCS (SNTRY31)
AE11F2 – E-3C, 83-0009, 964th ACCS (SNTRY01)
AE12AA – AC-130U, 90-0166, 4th SOS (SPOKY44)
AE12B8 – MC-130H, 88-0193, 15th SOS (CULPA32)
AE12B9 – MC-130H, 88-0194, 15th SOS (TALON12 on box,CULPA 3# on ATC?)
AE12CB – MC-130P, 66-0219, 129 RQW (KING64)
AE13D1 – C-37B, 04-1778, OSCACOM PATD (R1778)
AE13E6 – C-12C, 78-23128, USASOC Flt Det
AE143A – UC-35D, 166715, VMR-1
AE145F – C-17A, 06-6161, 60th AMW (BLINR97)
AE146D – C-17A, 07-7175, 436th AW (RCH647)
AE1472 – C-17A, 07-7180, 437th/315th AW (IMPAC88)
AE1488 – TE-8A, 86-0416, 116th/461st ACW (PHENOM6)
AE1495 – E-8C, 97-0200, 116th/461st ACW (PEACH88)
AE14D1 – P-3C, 161121, VP-62 (NAVY LT 621)
AE1534 – C-130J, 06-1438, 143rd AW (RHODY38)
AE15DB – P-3C, 161415, VP-30?
AE1C5C – P-3A, 158225, VP-30 (VVLL09 on box, LL 32 on ATC)
AE1D2A – P-3C, 163293?, VP-30 (VVLL16)
AE1D44 – P-3C, 161126, VP-30 or VP-62
AE20B5 – C-31A, 85-1607, Golden Knights
AE20C5 – C-17A, 07-7184, 437th/315th AW
AE20CA – C-17A, 07-7189, 437th/315th AW (IMPAC89)
AE20CA – C-17A, 07-7189, 437th/315th AW (LIFTR25)
AE266A – MH-65D, 6516, CGAS Savannah (C6516)
AE2688 – MH-65D, 6550, CGAS Savannah (C6562 on box, 6550 on ATC)
AE268D – MH-65D, 6555, CGAS Savannah (C6555)
AE2694 – MH-65D, 6562, CGAS Savannah (C6562)
AE2907 – MH-60T, 6023, CGAS Clearwater (C6023)
AE29D5 – MC-130J, 09-6208, 9th SOS (CULPA34)
AE2F9B – KC-130J, 168069, VMGR-252 (OTIS17)
AE2F9C – KC-130J, 168070, VMGR-252 (OTIS35)
AE2F9D – KC-130J, 168071, VMGR-252 (OTIS04)
AE2FAA – C-17A, 08-8198, 437th/315th AW (NIFTY39)
AE49C1 – C-17A, 09-9205, 437th/315th AW (RCH350)
AE49C3 – C-17A, 09-9207, 437th/315th AW (NIFTY 3#?)
AE49C3 – C-17A, 09-9207, 437th/315th AW (NIFTY37)
AE49C8 – C-17A, 09-9212, 437th/315th AW (BASCO72 on box, NIFTY 3? on ATC?)
AE4A60 – C-40A, 166696, VR-58 (CNV4623)
AE4AF6 – C-130J, 08-5678, 317th AG (RCHA612)
AE4C61 – MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 24 on ATC)
AE4C61 – MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 45 on ATC)
AE4C61 – MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 64 on ATC)
AE4C61 – MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 66 on ATC)
AE4D66 – C-17A, 10-0213, 437th/315th AW (BOE211 on box, BOEING 13 on Ops)
AE4D68 – C-17A, 10-0215, 437/315 AW (RCH888)
AE4D9B – UV-18C, 10-80262, US Army Golden Knights (GOLDEN KNIGHT 262 on ATC)
AE4E05 – C-37A, 102, USCG (C102)
AE4EB2 – P-8A, 168428, VP-16 (00000000)
AE4EB2 – P-8A, 168428, VP-16 (TALON83)
AE4EB4 – P-8A, 168430, VP-26 (TRDNT16)
AE4EB4 – P-8A, 168430, VP-26 (TRDNT33)
AE4EBC – P-8A, 168438, VP-5 (00000000 on box, MADFOX 22 on ATC)
AE4EBC – P-8A, 168438, VP-5 (MADFOX1)
AE4EBE – P-8A, 168440, VP-30 (VVLL811)
AE4EBE – P-8A, 168440, VP-30 (VVLL844)
AE4EBF – P-8A, 168754, VP-30 (VVLL812)
AE4EBF – P-8A, 168754, VP-30 (VVLL887)
AE4EC0 – P-8A, 168755, VP-26 (TRDNT02)
AE4EC1 – P-8A, 168756, VP-30 (VVLL832)
AE4EC2 – P-8A, 168575, VP-26 (TRDNT11)
AE4EC2 – P-8A, 168757, VP-26 (TRDNT26)
AE4EC3 – P-8A, 168758, VP-8 (TIGER 56)
AE4EC3 – P-8A, 168758, VP-8 (TIGER77)
AE4EC5 – P-8A, 168760, VP-8 (TIGER28)
AE4EC7 – P-8A, 168762, VP-5 (00000000 on box, MADFOX 15 on ATC)
AE4F15 – C-17A, 10-0221, 437th/315th AW (MOOSE12)
AE4F16 – C-17A, 10-0222, 437th/315th AW (RCH503)
AE509D – UV-18C, 08-00263, Golden Knights
AE509F – MH-65D, 6544, CGAS Savannah (C6544)
AE5718 – C-40A, 168980, VR-58 (CNV4221)
AE5718 – C-40A, 168980, VR-58 (VVJV890)
AE5744 – C-12V, 10-00259, US Army
AE579C – HH-60M, C/2-3 AVN, 14-26084 (20684)
AE57B4 – P-8A, 168848, VP-26 (TRDNT86)
AE57B7 – P-8A, 168851, VP-8 (TIGER68)
AE57B9 – P-8A, 168853, VP-16 (00000000 on box, TALON 21 on ATC)
AE57BD – P-8A, 168857, VP-26 (TRDNT00)
AE57BD – P-8A, 168857, VP-26 (TRDNT86)
AE57C3 – P-8A, 168998, VP-26 (TRDNT54)
AE57C3 – P-8A, 168998, VP-26 (TRDNT86)
AE57C3 – P-8A, 168998, VP-26 (TRDNT88)
AE57C4 – P-8A, 168999, VP-30 (VVLL854)
AE57C4 – P-8A, 168999, VP-30 (VVLL887)
AE57C5 – P-8A, 169000, VP-?? (00000000)
AE57C7 – P-8A, 169002, VP-30 (VVLL818)
AE57C9 – P-8A, 169004, VP-30 (VVLL815)
AE57C9 – P-8A, 169004, VP-30 (VVLL830 on box, LL 818 on ATC)
AE57C9 – P-8A, 169004, VP-30 (VVLL877)
AE57CA – P-8A, 169005, VP-16 (TALON77)
AE57CB – P-8A, 169006, VP-30 (VVLL802)
AE57CB – P-8A, 169006, VP-30 (VVLL832)
AE57CC – P-8A, 169007, VP-8 (TIGER2)
AE57CC – P-8A, 169007, VP-8 (TIGER68)
AE57CD – P-8A, 169008, VP-30 (VVLL871)
AE57CF – unknown
AE57D1 – HC-130J, 2007, CGAS Elizabeth City
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 24 on ATC)
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 25 on ATC)
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 42 on ATC)
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 64 on ATC)
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn (SHADY 77 on ATC)
AE58B5 – MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn (SHADY45)
AE5966 – MC-130J, 14-5800, 9th SOS (RAID94 on box, CULPA 3# on ATC?)
AE596A – MC-130J, 14-5793, 9th SOS (CULPA35)
AE628D – MH-65D, 6555, CGAS Savannah (C6555)
C2B3B9 – CC-150, 15003, 437 Sqn RCAF (CANFORCE 3102 on ATC)

Military Monitoring Recap; January 2017

Hunter AAF
124.975 – Tower
279.575 – Tower
121.800 – Ground
291.675 – Ground
126.200 – Base Ops
285.425 – Base Ops
309.000 – PMSV
37.975 – 2-3 AVN “KNIGHTHAWK Ops”
40.875 – 2-3 AVN Air-to-Air
80.425 – 2-3 AVN air-to-air
34.125 – 3-17 CAV “LIGHTHORSE Ops”
43.625 – 4-3 AVN “BRAWLER Ops”
46.750 – 4-3 AVN Air-to-Air
38.150 – 1/169 AVN “HURRICANE Ops”
345.000 – USCG AirSta Savannah Ops
150.300 – CG 113, USCG AirSta Savannah Ops (P25)
157.175 – Marine VHF Ch. 83, AirSta Savannah Maintenance

ARMY 26540 (UH-60L, 94-26540, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 26812 (UH-60L, 98-26812, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 26831 (UH-60L, 99-26831, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 27055 (UH-60L, 05-27055, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20610 (HH-60M, 13-20610, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20611 (HH-60M, 13-20611, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20615 (HH-60M, 14-26079, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20680 (HH-60M, 14-20680, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20681 (HH-60M, 14-20681, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20683 (HH-60M, 14-20683, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20684 (HH-60M, 14-20684, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20685 (HH-60M, 14-20685, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20777 (HH-60M, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 35395 (AH-64D, 03-05395, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 45436 (AH-64D, 04-05436, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 77046 (AH-64D, 07-07046, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95591 (AH-64D, 09-05591, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95592 (AH-64D, 09-05592, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95593 (AH-64D, 09-05593, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95594 (AH-64D, 09-05594, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95605 (AH-64D, 09-05605, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 20439 (UH-60M, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20571 (UH-60M, 13-20571, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20572 (UH-60M, 13-20572, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20573 (UH-60M, 13-20573, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20577 (UH-60M, 13-20577, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20584 (UH-60M. 13-20584, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20585 (UH-60M, 13-20585, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20589 (UH-60M, 13-20589, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20591 (UH-60M, 13-20591, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20637 (UH-60M, 13-20637, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20646 (UH-60M, 13-20646, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20647 (UH-60M, 13-20647, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20648 (UH-60M, 13-20648, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20651 (UH-60M, 14-20651, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20654 (UH-60M, 14-20654, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20657 (UH-60M, 14-20657, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20658 (UH-60M, 14-20658, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 03741 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03746 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03749 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03750 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03781 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03785 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20002 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20008 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20012 (MH-60M, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20022 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20209 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20211 (MH-47G, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20482 (MH-60M, 3-160 SOAR)
SHADY 24 (MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 24 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 25 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 42 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 45 (MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 45 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 64 (MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 64 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 66 (MC-12W, 10-00739, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 77 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
HURRICANE ## (CH-4F, 1/169 AVN)
GUARD 08076 (CH-47F, 1/169 AVN)
GUARD 08761 (CH-47F, 1/169 AVN)
TESTHAWK 22 (H-60, RASM-East)
COAST GUARD 6516 (MH-65D, 6516, Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6544 (MH-65D, 6544, Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6550 (MH-65D, 6550, Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6555 (MH-65D, 6555, Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6562 (MH-64D, 6562, Savannah)
BRAVO 373 flight (unknown, possible MH-6M, 1-160 SOAR)
CULPA 30 flight (MC-130H/J, various)
SATE 21 (KC-135T, 58-0061, 22nd ARW)
SATE 22 (KC-135R, 63-8002, 22nd ARW)
SPECTRE 68 (AC-130W, 88-1304, 27th SOW)
SPOOKY 44 (AC-130U, 90-0166, 4th SOS)
TIPSY 21 (KC-135R, 63-8002, 22nd ARW)

Savannah IAP/CRTC
119.100 – Tower
257.800 – Tower
121.900 – Ground
348.600 – Ground
120.400 – Approach/Departure
353.775 – Approach/Departure
125.300 – Approach/Departure
371.875 – Approach/Departure
118.400 – Approach/Departure
307.225 – Approach/Departure
123.025 – Savannah Helicopter Advisory
225.750 – 165th AW CP “ANIMAL CONTROL”
225.050 – 165th AW Air-to-Air/Air-to-Ground
173.5625 – 165th AW MOC (NAC 302)
237.000 – CRTC/Air Dominance Center CP
253.200 – CRTC/Air Dominance Center CP
138.125 – DRAFT flight Air-to-Air
226.750 – 142nd FW Air-to-Air
123.200 – WCM9, Gulfstream Aerospace
128.925 – Gulfstream Service Center
130.375 – Signature Flight Support

DAWG 1# flight (C-130H, 165th AW)
DAWG 11 (C-130H3, 94-6705, 165th AW)
DAWG 25 (C-130H3, 94-7321, 165th AW)
DAWG 48 (C-130H, 92-0548, 165 AW)
DAWG 65 (C-130H, 165th AW)
DAWG 78 (C-130H3, 94-6707, 165th AW)
DAWG 81 (C-130H, 89-1181, 165th AW)
EAGLE 0# (MD-500, Chatham Co)
GULFTEST 06 (G600, N600G, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 11 (G600, N600G, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 20 (GA5C, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 25 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 27 (G450, N355GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 30 (G500, N504GS, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 33 (G650, N628GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 40 (G-V, N532SP, Gulfstream Leasing)
GULFTEST 45 (G550, N255GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 49 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 51 (G650, N625G, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 51 (G650, N630GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 54 (G650, N887WT, Qualcomm)
GULFTEST 67 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 83 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 88 (G450, N360GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 88 (G550, N917GA, WFBN)
GULFTEST 94 (G650, N626GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 94 (G450, N355GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
DERBY ## (C-130H, 123rd AW)
JESSE ## (C-130H, 139th AW)
JESSE 97 (C-130H, 90-1797, 139th AW)
DRAFT ## (C-130H, 123rd/139th AW)
EAGLE 0# (F-15C, 142nd FW)
RICAN ## (C-130H, 156th AW)

Fort Stewart/Wright AAF
127.350 – Marne Radio
279.625 – Marne Radio
126.250 – Wright AAF Tower
269.275 – Wright AAF Tower

Brunswick/Golden Isles Airport
123.000 – CTAF

Malcolm McKinnon Airport/Jekyll Island Airport
123.050 – CTAF

Plantation Air Park, Sylvania, GA
122.800 – CTAF

Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport
122.800 – CTAF

MCAS Beaufort
328.425 – Approach/Departure
123.700 – Approach/Departure
292.125 – Approach/Departure
125.125 – Approach/Departure
281.800 – Base Ops
264.500 – PMSV
253.100 – VMFA-122 Base
283.400 – VMFA-122 Tac 1
305.800 – VMFA(AW)-224 Base
250.300 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 1
258.900 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 2
336.225 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 3
313.800 – VMFA-251 Base
290.000 – VMFA-251 Tac 1
327.475 – VMFA-251 Tac 2
376.425 – VMFA-251 Tac 3
228.200 – VMFA-312 Base
310.200 – VMFA(AW)-533 Base
289.275 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 1
299.300 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 2
348.825 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 3
299.275 – VMFAT-501 Base
315.300 – VMFAT-501 Tac 1
319.500 – VMFAT-501 Tac 2
326.700 – VMFAT-501 Air-to-Air
341.825 – VMFAT-501 Air-to-Air
349.225 – VMFAT-501 Air-to-Air
376.425 – VMFA-112 Air-to-Air (normally VMFA-251 Tac 3)
264.925 – VMFT-401 Air-to-Air
268.300 – VMFT-401 Air-to-Air
309.800 – VMFT-401 Air-to-Air

NIKEL 3# (F/A-18A+, VMFA-122)
BENGAL 4# (F/A-18D, VMFA-224)
TBOLT 5# (F/A-18C, VMFA-251)
CHECK 6# (F/A-18C, VMFA-312)
HAWK 8# (F/A-18D, VMFA-533)
SWEDE ## (F-35B, VMFAT-501)
LATCH ## (F/A-18, MAG-31 MDTC)
SALEM ## (F/A-18, MAG-31 MDTC)
FOX 836 (UC-12M, 163836, MCAS Beaufort)
FOX 840 (UC-12M, 163840, MCAS Beaufort)
FOX 963 (UC-12M, 163840, MCAS Beaufort)
COWBOY 1# (F/A-18A+, VMFA-112)
SNIPER ## (F-5N, VMFT-401)

Hilton Head Airport
118.975 – Tower

Jacksonville IAP
118.000 – Approach/Departure
121.300 – Approach/Departure
123.800 – Approach/Departure
124.900 – Approach/Departure
127.000 – Approach/Departure
322.400 – Approach/Departure
335.600 – Approach/Departure
351.800 – Approach/Departure
377.050 – Approach/Departure
251.250 – 125th FW Maintenance/Ops
234.800 – 125th FW Aux 5

FANG (F-15C, 125th FW)

NAS Jacksonville/Mayport NS/Cecil Field
118.000 – Approach/Departure
121.300 – Approach/Departure
123.800 – Approach/Departure
124.900 – Approach/Departure
127.000 – Approach/Departure
322.400 – Approach/Departure
335.600 – Approach/Departure
351.800 – Approach/Departure
377.050 – Approach/Departure
246.800 – HSM-60 Air-to-Air
303.000 – VP-30 Air-to-Air

NAVY HR 510 (MH-60R, HSM-48)
JAGUAR 604 flight (MH-60R, HSM-60)
CONVOY 4623 (C-40A, 166696, VR-58)
MADFOX 15 (P-8A, 168762, VP-5)
MADFOX 22 (P-8A, 168438, VP-5)
TIGER 02 (P-8A, 169007, VP-8)
TIGER 28 (P-8A, 168760, VP-8)
TIGER 56 (P-8A, 168758, VP-8)
TIGER 68 (P-8A, 168851, VP-8)
TIGER 77 (P-8A, 168758, VP-8)
TALON 21 (P-8A, 168853, VP-16)
TALON 77 (P-8A, 169005, VP-16)
TALON 83 (P-8A, 168428, VP-16)
TRIDENT 00 (P-8A, 168857, VP-26)
TRIDENT 02 (P-8A, 168755, VP-26)
TRIDENT 11 (P-8A, 168575, VP-26)
TRIDENT 33 (P-8A, 168430, VP-26)
TRIDENT 54 (P-8A, 168998, VP-26)
TRIDENT 86 (P-8A, 168848, VP-26)
TRIDENT 86 (P-8A, 168857, VP-26)
TRIDENT 86 (P-8A, 168998, VP-26)
NAVY LL 32 (P-3A, 158225, VP-30)
NAVY LL 802 (P-8A, 169006, VP-30)
NAVY LL 811 (P-8A, 168440, VP-30)
NAVY LL 812 (P-8A, 168754, VP-30)
NAVY LL 815 (P-8A, 169004, VP-30)
NAVY LL 818 (P-8A, 169002, VP-30)
NAVY LL 818 (P-8A, 169004, VP-30)
NAVY LL 832 (P-8A, 168756, VP-30)
NAVY LL 832 (P-8A, 169006, VP-30)
NAVY LL 844 (P-8A, 168440, VP-30)
NAVY LL 854 (P-8A, 168999, VP-30)
NAVY LL 871 (P-8A, 169008, VP-30)
NAVY LL 877 (P-8A, 169004, VP-30)
NAVY LL 887 (P-8A, 168999, VP-30)
NAVY LT 621 (P-3C, 161121, VP-62)

Charleston AFB
120.700 – Charleston App/Dep
135.800 – Charleston App/Dep
306.925 – Charleston App/Dep
379.925 – Charleston App/Dep
134.100 – Charleston AFB “PALMETTO Ops”
349.400 – Charleston AFB “PALMETTO Ops”
314.500 – 437th/315th AW Air-to-Air
340.600 – 437th/315th AW Air-to-Air
118.150 – North Field CCT
235.775 – North Field CCT

BOEING 13 (C-17A, 10-0213, 437th/315th AW)
BRONZ 28 (C-17A, 437th/315th AW)
EAGLE 63 (C-17A, 98-0054, 437th/315th AW)
IMPAC 8# (C-17A, 437th/315th AW)
LIFTR 20 (C-17A, 92-3293, 437th/315th AW)
LIFTER 25 (C-17A, 07-7189, 437th/315th AW)
MOOSE ## (C-17A, 437th/315th AW)
TURTLE 06 (C-17A, 98-0054, 437th/315th AW)
REACH 9192 (C-17A, 89-1192, 437th/315th AW)
REACH A612 (C-17A, 99-0062, 437th/315th AW)

Shaw AFB
125.400 – Columbia App/Dep
318.100 – Columbia App/Dep
311.200 – 55th FS “SHOOTER Ops”
141.775 – 55th FS Air-to-Air
141.900 – 55th FS air-to-air
273.700 – 77th FS “GAMBLER Ops”
139.825 – 77th FS Air-to-Air
141.950 – 77th FS Air-to-Air
314.100 – 77th FS Air-to-Air

DUDE ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
FALCON ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
HAZE ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
KILLER ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
MISTY ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
MUSTANG ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
STRUT ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
GAMBLER ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)
FLUSH ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)
LUCKY ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)
MIRAGE ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)
PINION ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)
ROULETTE ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)
VEGAS ## (F-16CM, 77th FS)

McEntire ANGB
125.400 – Columbia App/Dep
318.100 – Columbia App/Dep
298.300 – 169th FW “SWAMP FOX Ops”
141.825 – 169th FW V14
140.125 – 169th FW V15
143.250 – 169th FW V16
225.700 – 169th FW Air-to-Air

MACE ## (F-16CM, 169th FW)
VIPER ## (F-16CM, 169th FW)
HEAT ## (F-16C, 169th FW)

Robins AFB
293.525 – 116th/461st ACW “PEACHTREE Ops”
372.150 – JSTARS Discrete
395.150 – JSTARS Discrete

PEACH 88 (E-8C, 97-0200, 116th/461st ACW)
PHENOM 06 (TE-8A, 86-0416, 116th/461st ACW)

Moody AFB
SCUFF 0# (A-10C, 23rd FG)
KING 21 (HC-130J, 71st RQS)

Ft Benning/Columbus
125.500 – Atlanta Approach/Departure
126.550 – Atlanta Approach/Departure
323.100 – Atlanta Approach/Departure
119.050 – Lawson AAF Tower
126.200 – Doughboy Advisory

ARMY 08757 (CH-47F)
GUARD 26602 (UH-60L, 1-171 AVN)
RAVEN (UH-60)
SABRE (unknown helicopter)

Ranges/Military Operating Areas
228.400 – Townsend Range/Coastal MOA
343.750 – Bulldog MOA
354.300 – BEEFEATER ECM Range

SEALORD (USN FACSFAC Jax)
120.950 – North Primary
133.950 – South Primary
284.500 – North Primary
267.500 – South Primary
313.700 – North Secondary
349.800 – W-137 Discrete
376.900 – W-137 Discrete

Miscellaneous
364.200 – NORAD AICC
293.600 – NORAD Discrete
316.300 – NORAD Discrete
303.100 – AWACS Discrete
335.950 – AWACS Discrete
324.600 – AR-207
292.100 – 6th AMW Air-to-Air
246.900 – possible VFA-106 Air-to-Air

ADVANCE (JTAC, 15th ASOS)
ARMY 1778 (C-37B, 04-1778, OSCACOM PATD)
ARMY 01051 (UC-35B, 10-1051, B/2-228 AVN)
ASCOT 6701 (C-17A, ZZ178, Royal Air Force)
BACKY 92 (KC-135R, 62-3509, 916th ARW)
BANDSAW (E-3C, 83-0009, 964th ACCS)
BLUE STRIPE 1 (E135, FAH-001, Honduran Air Force)
BRONZE 04 (C-17A, 00-0172, 97th AMW)
BOLT 23 (KC-135R, 59-1480, 6th AMW)
BOLT 24 (KC-135R, 62-3505, 6th AWM)
BOLT 26 (KC-135R, 62-3573, 6th AMW)
BOLT 42 (KC-135R, 62-3505, 6th AWM)
CANFORCE 3102 (CC-150, 15003, 437 Sqn RCAF)
CAP 929 (C182T, N288CP, GA Civil Air Patrol)
CHALICE (E-3B, 71-1407, 963rd ACCS)
CHALICE (E-3G, 79-0001, 963rd ACCS)
CLEAN 82 (KC-135T, 58-0089, 6th AMW)
COAST GUARD 102 (102, C-37A, SCGAS Washington DC)
COAST GUARD 6023 (MH-60T, 6023, CGAS Elizabeth City)
CONGO ## (T-1A, 451st FTS)
CONVOY 3041 (C-130T, 165161, VR-64)
CONVOY 4081 (C-40A, 165830, VR-59)
DINGO 87 (C-146A, 11-3097/N307EF, 27 SOW/Sierra Nevada Corp)
EMPIRE ## (F/A-18, VFA-106)
EPIC 61 (C-130H3, 93-1561, 145th AW)
GOLDEN KNIGHT 262 (UV-18C, 10-80262, US Army Golden Knights)
GOLIATH (E-3B, 77-0356, 960th ACCS)
HUNTER 71 (U-28A, 08-0850, 319th SOS)
HUNTRESS (NORAD EADS)
KBAR 558 (C-12, USMC)
KING 21 (HC-130N, 88-2101, 106th RQW)
KING 22 (HC-130N, 88-2102, 106th RQW)
LOBO 474 (UC-35D, 166474, VMR-1)
MOHAWK 76 (C-12U, 84-24379, A/2-228 AVN)
MOHAWK 99 (C-12U, 84-24375, C/2-228 AVN)
OMAHA 38 (AS-350, DHS)
OTIS 04 (KC-130J, 168071, VMGR-252)
OTIS 17 (KC-130J, 168069, VMGR-252)
OTIS 35 (KC-130J, 168070, VMGR-252)
OTIS 41 (KC-130J, 165738, VMGR-252)
PAT 007 (UC-35A, 98-0007, PATD)
PAT 801 (C-12U, 84-00160, 1-214 AVN)
PAT 845 (UC-35, 96-00111, US Army)
PAT 868 (C-12U, 84-24376, OSACOM/PAT)
PAT 982 (C-12V, 95-00094, 2-228 AVN)
RANGER 33 (KC-130T, VMGR-234)
REACH 015 (KC-135R, 63-8011, 6th AMW)
REACH 026 (C-5M, 85-0008, 436th AW)
REACH 459 (C-17, 06-6163, 60th AMW)
REACH A612 (C-130J, 08-5678, 317th AG)
RHODY 38 (C-130J, 06-1438, 143rd AW)
RICAN 70 (C-130H, 156th AW)
RULER 51 (C-17A, 02-1112, 172nd AW)
SCORE 15 (T-45C, 167085, VX-20)
SCREWTOP 31 (E-2C, VAW-123)
SODA ## (KC-135, 134th ARW)
SPAR 28 (C-37A, 01-0028, 6th AMW)
SPAR 30 (C-37A, 01-0030, 6th AMW)
TINNY 07 (E-6B, 164410, VQ-4)
UPSET 22 (KC-135R, 58-0054, 171st ARW)
VENOM (JTAC, 165th ASOS)
N3 (Cessna 560, N3, FAA)
EVAC 586PA (LJ35, N56PA, CFF Air Inc)
LIFESTAR 1 (BK-117, N911MZ, Air Methods)
N79AE (Bell 206L-1, AirEvac 96 Jesup)
N239AE (Bell 206L-1, AirEvac 96 Jesup)
N269AE (Bell 206L-3, AirEvac 91 Vidalia)
N282AE (Bell 206-L3, N282AE, AirEvac EMS)
N41299 (AS350, Air Methods LifeNet 4)

ARTCC
256.900/133.700 – Jax Center Baxley Low
269.550/124.700 – Jax Center Columbia Low
277.400/126.750 – Jax Center Brunswick Low
281.550 – Jax Center Georgetown High
282.200/124.675 – Jax Center Jekyll Low
282.300/135.975 – Jax Center Alma High
285.650/126.125 – Jax Center Statesboro High
290.350/132.425 – Jax Center Hunter Ultra High
290.400/132.300 – Jax Center Waycross Low
307.250/126.350 – Jax Center St. Augustine High
319.200/127.875 – Jax Center Aiken High
351.700/124.075 – Jax Center Summerville High
363.200/132.925 – Jax Center Millen Low
379.100/127.950 – Jax Center Charleston Low
135.050 – Jax Center Meta Low/High

273.600/123.950 – Atlanta Center Macon Low
290.375/125.825 – Atlanta Center Macon Ultra High
307.050/126.425 – Atlanta Center Dublin High
322.325/128.100 – Atlanta Center Augusta Low

255.400/123.650 – FSS

USCG
156.8000 – Marine VHF Ch. 16
157.0500 – Marine VHF Ch. 21; Sector Charleston/Station Tybee
157.1000 – Marine VHF Ch. 22
162.3250 – USCG Net 111 (NAC 293); Sector Jacksonville
163.1375 – USCG Net 113 (NAC 293); Station Tybee
164.9000 – USCG Net 118 (NAC 293); Station Brunswick
412.9750 – USCG Net 409 (NAC 293); Sector Jacksonville
413.0000 – USCG Net 410 (NAC 293); Sector Charleston

First Sentry Savannah Exercise of 2017 Underway

sentry-savannahSavannah – It appears that the first Sentry Savannah exercise of 2017 is underway at the Savannah Combat Readiness Training Center/Air Dominance Center at Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport. This iteration of the exercise’s players are the 43rd Fighter Squadron from Tyndall AFB with F-22As, the 142nd Fighter Wing, Oregon ANG from Portland ANGB with F-15Cs, VFA-143 from NAS Oceana with F/A-18Es, and the 2nd Fighter Training Squadron from Tyndall AFB with T-38s. All of the above are flying out of the CRTC/Air Dominance Center and working off of the Georgia Coast in the Special Use Areas controlled by SEALORD.  F-16s from the South Carolina Air National Guard at McEntire JNGB have also been participating. The exercise should run for two weeks with the possibility of other units arriving for the second week.

So far, frequencies in use are the same as used in previous Sentry Savannahs. The usual local air traffic control frequencies and SUA frequencies are in use along with the same NORAD and exercise frequencies used in years past. The units seem to be using their own air-to-air frequencies this time instead of pool frequencies that have been used before.

Frequencies

119.100/257.800 – Tower
120.400/353.775 – Savannah Approach/Departure
125.300/371.875 – Savannah Approach/Departure
118.400/307.225 – Savannah Approach/Departure

269.550/124.700 – Jax Center Columbia Low
282.200/124.675 – Jax Center Jekyll Low
317.550/134.375 – Jax Center Charleston Low
351.700/124.075 – Jax Center Summerville High
363.200/132.925 – Jax Center Allendale/Savannah Low

120.950/284.500 – Sealord North Primary
133.950/267.500 – Sealord South Primary

288.400 STEALTH (117th ACS) Check-In

293.600 NORAD Discrete; Blue Air
316.300 NORAD Discrete; Red Air

237.000 CRTC CP; 43rd FS “HORNET Ops”
253.200 CRTC CP; 142nd FW “REDHAWK Ops”

256.750 43rd FS Air-to-Air
288.900 43rd FS Air-to-Air
290.675 43rd FS Air-to-Air
352.100 43rd FS Air-to-Air
226.750 142nd FW Air-to-Air
321.000 142nd FW Air-to-Air
320.600 2nd FTS Air-to-Air
268.500 VFA-143 Air-to-Air
141.825 169th FW V14

 
Callsigns

ATLAS (F-22A, 43rd FS)
RAPTOR (F-22A, 43rd FS)
SAVAGE (F-22A, 43rd FS)
STINGER (F-22A, 43rd FS)
VAPOR (F-22A, 43rd FS)

EAGLE (F-15C, 142nd FW)
RAGE (F-15C, 142nd FW)

HOUND (T-38, 2nd FTS)
TALON (T-38, 2nd FTS)

TAPROOM (F/A-18E, VFA-143)
GRIFFIN (F/A-18E, VFA-143)

MACE (F-16CM, 169th FW)

STEALTH (117th ACS)
DRAGON (RTO)

 

As I get the opportunity to monitor the activity, I’ll update the blog with additional frequencies and callsigns in use along with any other units that might participate.

A Brief Winter Field Day 2017 Op From the Mobile Station

Brunswick – On Sunday morning after attending 8:00 AM Eucharist at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Brunswick, I decided to get in a few Winter Field Day contacts before going to sleep (I work midnights and went to Church after work). Initially, I had the idea to operate from the parking lot of the Brunswick Landing Marina off of US 341 in downtown Brunswick; I thought it would be nice to operate from both a historic and scenic location. Unfortunately, I had an S7 noise floor on 20 Meters (the first band I tried) which made any contacts extremely difficult. I’m not sure what the source of the noise was, but I’m guessing it was coming from nearby industrial or port facilities. I tried several different spots in the lot with same disappointing result (I was genuinely looking forward to operating from the area), so I left and went back to the parking lot at work and operated there for about an hour.  It was a bit early, so I didn’t hear a lot of stations on but I was able to work most that I heard on both 40 Meters and 20 Meters. My first contact, pleasantly, was with VA1AVR in Nova Scotia. From there, I worked stations in Alabama, Iowa, Kansas, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

The next time I try to operate from the downtown Brunswick area, I might try the Mary Ross Park area but I’m afraid that might have the same result because it isn’t far from the Brunswick Landing Marina. I’ll give it a try and report on the results.

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