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Mode-S Log; May 2014

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Mode-S hits from Military, Government, and Public Safety related aircraft from attended monitoring of my RadarBox in Savannah, GA:

000001 – CV-22B, 58 SOW (HORNT21)
4B174B – G650, HB-IVJ, ExecJet Europe
A0062B – Hawker 900XP, N100R, NASCAR
A09737 – G-IV, N137WS, Hospitilazacion Clinico CA (GULFTEST 44 on ATC)
A29227 – G550, N265GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF34)
A2A071 – Bell 206L-3, N269AE, AirEvac 91 Vidalia
A30BC9 – Bell 206L-1, N296AE, Air Evac 95 Statesboro (N296AE)
A4EA6F – Bell 206L-4, N416AE, AirEvac EMS, AirEvac 96 Jesup
A5D569 – G550, N478GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF88)
A5D861 – C550, N476LC, L-3 IS Llc
A6A36E – MD-520N, N527FB, Chatham Co (EAGLE 03 on ATC)
A8EEE2 – G650, N675GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF41)
A8FA07 – G650, N678GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF50)
A9025B – B300, N68RF, NOAA (NOAA68)
A932BB – G650, N692GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GULFTEST 58 on ATC)
A93672 – G650, N693GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF30)
AA498D – G550, N762GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GTBQK on box, GULFTEST 61 on ATC)
AAF507 – G450, N805GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF47)
AB16F6 – C-12V, 10-00259, US Army (PAT 441 on ATC)
AC70A3 – Hawker 900XP, N900R, NASCAR/ISC
AC9B8D – BK-117, N911MZ, OmniFlight (LIFESTAR 1 on ATC)
ADFED1 – C-12U, 85-1263, OSACOM Det 56, PR ARNG
ADFEDF – KC-135R, 62-3558, 452 AMW (RATS96)
AE00A7 – T-38C, 70-1557, 90 FTS
AE00B1 – T-38C, 65-10467, 87 FTS
AE00FF – DB shows CH-47, but this a/c was at 26,675 ft
AE013E – KC-135R, 63-7981, 126 ARW (HAPPY53)
AE0159 – KC-135R, 57-1512, 459 ARW (DECEE93)
AE022C – KC-10A, 86-0035, 305 AMW (RCH330)
AE0507 – KC-13R, 61-0323, 6 AMW (BOLT44)
AE05A3 – KC-135R, 61-0309, 128 ARW (UPSET99 on box, UPSET 88 on ATC)
AE05AC – KC-135R, 63-8029, 108 ARW (TOPCAT6)
AE05E0 – C-130H, 87-9284, 914 AW
AE0600 – C-130H, 80-0321, 165 AW (DAWG 02 on ATC)
AE0602 – C-130H, 80-0323, 165 AW (RCH808 on box, DAWG 04 on ATC)
AE0604 – C-130H, 80-0325, 165 AW (DAWG 15 on ATC)
AE0620 – C-130H, 84-0210, 166 AW (CARMEN5)
AE0808 – C-17A, 99-0062, 437/315 AW (GRITS25)
AE085B – KC-135R, 60-0316, (UTAH62)
AE0B80 – unknown, probably a UH-60L in Hunter AAF pattern
AE10E2 – RC-12P, 92-13124, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 13 on ATC)
AE10E2 – RC-12P, 92-13124, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 15 on ATC)
AE10E2 – RC-12P, 92-13124, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 50 on ATC)
AE10E8 – HC-130J, 2002, CGAS Elizabeth City (C2002)
AE115E – C-37A, 01-0030, 6 AMW
AE1173 – C-17A, 02-1101, 437/315 AW (REACH 2101)
AE119B – C-17A, 03-3118, 172 AW (RULER61)
AE11FC – RC-12N, 88-0325, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 08 on ATC)
AE11FC – RC-12N, 88-0325, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 10 on ATC)
AE11FC – RC-12N, 88-0325, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY06)
AE1204 – RC-12N, 89-0273, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 88 on ATC)
AE148A – E-8C, 92-3289, 116/461 ACW (PEACH99 on box, PEACH 88 on ATC)
AE1BF3 – C-130J, 07-46130, 19 AW (REACH404)
AE2230 – P-8A, 167955, VX-1 (PIONR33)
AE263A – CV-22B?, 58 SOW?
AE266A – MH-65D, 6516, CGAS Savannah (C6516)
AE2678 – MH-65D, 6530, CGAS Savannah (C6530)
AE2688 – MH-65D, 6550, CGAS Savannah (C6550)
AE268D – MH-65D, 6555, CGAS Savannah (C6555)
AE2694 – MH-65D, 6562, CGAS Savannah (C6562)
AE29D5 – MC-130J, 09-6208, 27 SOW (RAID91)
AE29FE – C-40A, 166695, VR-56 (CNV4703)
AE2ED6 – T-6B, 166089, TAW-5
AE2F9D – KC-130J, 168071, VMGR-252 (OTIS04)
AE49C4 – C-17A, 09-9208, 437/315 AW (MOOSE 11 on ATC)
AE4A29 – T-6B, 166160, TAW-5
AE4AFD – C-130J, 08-5692, 317 AG (RCHA612)
AE4BDC – C-130J, 08-5705, 317 AG (HAVOC62)
AE4CFA – C-27J, 10-27026, (GECKO36)
AE4EB6 – P-8A, 168432, VP-30 (LL 831 on ATC)
AE4EB6 – P-8A, 168432, VP-30 (VVLL822)
AE4EBE – P-8A, 168440, VP-30 (LL 808 on ATC?)
AE4ECB – CV-22B, 09-0044, 58 SOW (HORNET72)
AE4ECE – CV-22B, 05-0028, 58 SOW (HORNET73)
AE54E7 – unknown
E400A2 – C-130H, 2476, Brazilian Air Force

 

An unusually busy morning for the Mode-S receiver:  At 1247Z (or at most times of the day) there usually aren't this many aircraft transmitting ADS-B data to show on the map.

An unusually busy morning for the Mode-S receiver: At 1247Z (or at most times of the day) there usually aren’t this many aircraft transmitting ADS-B data to show on the map.

GULFTEST 47 (GLF47) and GULFTEST 61 (GTBQK) setting up for approaches at Savannah IAP and Hunter AAF respectively.

GULFTEST 47 (GLF47) and GULFTEST 61 (GTBQK) setting up for approaches at Savannah IAP and Hunter AAF respectively.


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