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Savannah Sentry; 03 February 2014

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Savannah Sentry 2014 got underway in earnest this morning with heavy activity from F-16Cs, F-22As, and T-38s.  A KC-135R took off prior to the fighters to provide aerial refueling.  All of the activity this morning involved air combat maneuvering and controlled intercepts inside the Special Use Areas off of the coast.

Throughout the exercise, I’ll maintain a list of callsigns, frequencies, and aircraft tailnumbers on the blog, when there are updates available I’ll post an updated list with today’s as the starting point.

Frequencies
119.100 – Savannah IAP Tower
257.800 – Savannah IAP Tower
121.900 – Savannah IAP Ground
120.400 – Savannah Approach/Departure
353.775 – Savannah Approach/Departure
125.300 – Savannah Approach/Departure
371.875 – Savannah Approach/Departure
118.400 – Savannah Approach/Departure
307.225 – Savannah Approach/Departure

237.000 – CRTC CP; 43rd FS Ops
138.625 – CRTC CP; 158th FW Ops
142.700 – CRTC; 158th FW air-to-air
293.300 – CRTC; 43rd FS air-to-air
328.500 – CRTC; 43rd FS air-to-air
363.900 – CRTC; 43rd FS air-to-air
379.800 – CRTC; 43rd FS air-to-air
328.500 – CRTC; 43rd FS air-to-air
256.750 – 43rd FS air-to-air
228.900 – T-38 air-to-air

149.0375 – CRTC; Ground Support Crews (P25 NAC 293)
149.1625 – CRTC; Ground Support Crews (P25 NAC 293)
142.3625 – CRTC; Ground Support Crews (P25 NAC 293)

124.675 – ZJX Jekyll Low
282.200 – ZJX Jekyll Low
132.925 – ZJX Millen/Savannah Low
363.200 – ZJX Millen/Savannah Low

120.950 – SEALORD North Primary
284.500 – SEALORD North Primary
267.500 – SEALORD South Primary

293.600 – NORAD Discrete; intercepts
316.300 – NORAD Discrete; intercepts
358.150 – CRTC; ACM
265.400 – NORAD Discrete; AR Primary

Callsigns
BURNER (F-22A, 43rd FS)
DEMO (F-22A, 43rd FS)
HORNET (F-22A, 43rd FS)
RAGE (F-22A, 43rd FS)
SATAN (F-22A, 43rd FS)

BREW (F-16C, 158th FW)
JAWS (F-16C, 158th FW)
MAPLE (F-16C, 158th FW)

SABRE (T-38)

DIXIE (KC-135R, 117th ARW)

JESSE (C-130H, 139th AW)
ROPER (C-130H, 136rd AW)

DOGHOUSE (EADS Ground Controlled Intercept)
DRAGON (RTO)

Tailnumbers
F-22A, 01-4027, 43rd FS
F-22A, 02-4032, 43rd FS
F-22A, 02-4040, 43rd FS
F-22A, 03-4042, 43rd FS

KC-135R, 58-0004, 117th ARW

C-130H, 85-1361, 136rd AW


5 Comments

  1. […] hearing and reporting on their website, these are very current sources, check out the dates: Savannah Sentry; 03 February 2014 | KF4LMT's Radio Shack Military Comms Military Callsign Database And here is source that F-22A's are flown by the 43rd […]

  2. Paul says:

    Been watching the aircraft from my office. Left the HP1 in conventional discovery mode since lunch time 2/6/14 to try and bag some of the active frequencies. I’ll be loading the frequencies you have listed into my HP as soon as I get back to the office! Thanks for the list Mac.
    Kj4FAV

    • KF4LMT says:

      Paul, I just uploaded an updated list this morning, so check for the new post – there are some additional frequencies to keep an ear on. Good Listening!

      • Paul says:

        Mac- I loaded your list and the discovery hits into the HP, then turned my attention to the activity at the port. I have dozens of audio files stored into the HP. Let me know if you would like a copy of them. SFD had their hands full. Looking forward to the CRTC etc. getting cranked up for the next training session.

        Kj4FAV

      • KF4LMT says:

        Thanks, Paul. If you’ve got any good audio files from the firefighting side of things, send them along and I can try to add them to the radio recordings on the sidebar. I was in Brunswick, so I wasn’t able to hear any of it myself. On the way into town this morning I didn’t hear any comms from the scene either.

        As for the exercise, I doubt there will be any activity from it on the weekends, look for it to crank back up sometime Monday morning between 0800-0900 local. There may be some Beaufort F/A-18s at Savannah IAP for the weekend, though – they usually send a couple over each weekend and fly up to the Bulldog MOA or out to the offshore SUAs.

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