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Mode-S Log; July 2015

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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, GA:

000001 – P-3C, 158225?, VP-30 (VVLL82)
76BCC1 – 787, Boeing Test Flight (BOE853) (showing flag of Singapore)
A144AF – U-28A, 08-0790, 1 SOW (80790 on box, DRAGON 99 on ATC)
A1D15C – Bell 206L-1, N216S, AirEvac EMS (N216S)
A2A071 – Bell 206L-3, N269AE, AirEvac Vidalia (N269AE)
A4A82F – G650, N4CP, Peak Enterprises (GLF18)
A6A36E – MD-500N, N527FB, Chatham Co (EAGLE 03 on ATC)
A85C0B – G650, N638GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF22 on box, GULFTEST 69 on ATC)
A88D66 – G650, N650GX, Gulfstream Leasing (GLF83)
A89876 – G650, N653GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF40)
A89C2D – G650, N654GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF50)
AB76A9 – G-IV (GLF55)
AB76A9 – G-IV, N838GA, Gulfstream Aerospace (GLF55)
ADFDC4 – C-130H, 93-1457, 145 AW (EPIC57 on box, EVAC 31457 on ATC)
ADFDC9 – C-130H, 95-1563, 145 AW (MAFFS9 on box, EPIC 63 on ATC)
AE010F – C-38A, 94-1569, 113 Wg (BOXER55)
AE0156 – KC-135R, 57-1456, 916 ARW (BACKY97)
AE0175 – C-21A, 84-0120, (SPAR685)
AE0326 – C-130H, 74-1664, (YANKE01)
AE036E – UC-35A, 98-0008, US Army (PAT008)
AE0405 – C-37A, 97-1944, US Army (R1944)
AE0443 – C-32B, 00-9001, 150 SOS (TERRA96)
AE044C – C-2A, 162144, VRC-40 (RAWHD76)
AE04F5 – KC-135T, 58-0050, 6 AMW (BOLT21)
AE0592 – KC-135T, 58-0103, 6 AMW (BOLT24)
AE0592 – KC-135T, 58-0103, 6 AMW (BOLT32)
AE0602 – C-130H, 80-0323, 165 AW (DAWG 06 on ATC)
AE0690 – KC-135R, 62-3538, 22 ARW
AE07D0 – C-17A, 89-1192, 437/315 AW
AE07F4 – C-17A, 97-0042, 62 AW (RCH386)
AE10E9 – MC-130J, 2003, CGAS Elizabeth City (C2003)
AE145A – C-17, 06-6156, 60 AMW (BLINR88)
AE147A – C-40A, 166693, VR-57 (CNV4384)
AE1535 – C-130J, 06-1467, 146 AW (E61467)
AE1D72 – P-3C, 162770, VP-30 (VVLL04)
AE2211 – E-9A, 84-0048, 82 TRS
AE266A – MH-65D, 6516, CGAS Savannah (C6516)
AE2678 – MH-65D, 6530, CGAS Savannah (C6530)
AE2688 – MH-65D, 6550, CGAS Savannah (CG6550)
AE268D – MH-65D, 6555, CGAS Savannah (C6555)
AE2694 – MH-65D, 6562, CGAS Savannah (C6562)
AE29FD – C-40A, 166694, VR-59 (CNV4164 on box, CONVOY 4781 on ATC)
AE4C61 – MC-12W, 10-0739, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 30?)
AE4C61 – MC-12W, 10-0739, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY14)
AE4C62 – MC-12W, 10-0742, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 14 on ATC)
AE4C62 – MC-12W, 10-0742, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY 20 on ATC)
AE4C62 – MC-12W, 10-0742, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY09)
AE4C62 – MC-12W, 10-0742, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY11)
AE4C62 – MC-12W, 10-0742, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY12)
AE4C62 – MC-12W, 10-0742, B/224 MI Bn (SUNNY24)
AE4CFD – C-27J, 10-27029, US Army (GECKO 04)
AE4EB4 – P8A, 168430, VP-16 (TALON8)
AE4EB9 – P-8A, 168435, VP-8 (TIGER1)
AE4EBA – P-8A, 168436, VP-5 (MADFX11)
AE4EC0 – P-8A, 168755, VP-30 (VVLL851)
AE4EC2 – P-8A, 168757, VP-30 (VVL828)
AE54D1 – HC-130J, 12-5768, 71 RQS (KING33)
AE5739 – A-29, 81 FS (BRONCO 91 on ATC)
AE58B4 – MC-12S (EMARS 65 on ATC)

 

NAVY LL 82 (P-3C, 158225?, VP-30) on approach to Hunter AAF on 14 July 2015. We don't get to see or hear many P-3s in Savannah with the patrol squadrons at NAS Jacksonville almost converted to the P-8, so it was good to see and hear one in the area.

NAVY LL 82 (P-3C, 158225?, VP-30) on approach to Hunter AAF on 14 July 2015. It showed up on Mode-S as 000001 with a Flight ID of VVLL82, which matched it’s radio callsign of LL 82. It was too far away to read the whole Bureau Number but the tail and nose showed 225, which would presumably be 158225.


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