10/15/18 13:10:27 UTC
260.8999 MHz
CHILLICOTHE, OH
ANG Ops in Buckeye/Brush Creek MOA mentioned open mic on SATCOM
 
10/14/18 09:11:02 UTC
391.0 MHz
OLD TOWN, ME
gold67 with shaw AFB F16's east bound
 
10/12/18 15:19:11 UTC
269.100 MHz
SUWANEE, GA
Hellcat 4-ship in the airspace
 
10/12/18 15:07:04 UTC
269.525 MHz
SUWANEE, GA
working cabin temp alert issue
 
10/12/18 15:05:10 UTC
299.275 MHz
SUWANEE, GA
between the layers on track
 

10/07/18 22:13:16 UTC
388.9500 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 
10/07/18 22:13:02 UTC
335.950 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 
10/07/18 22:12:50 UTC
324.650 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 
10/07/18 22:12:36 UTC
320.6000 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 
10/07/18 22:12:25 UTC
317.9500 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 
10/07/18 22:12:08 UTC
303.1000 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 
10/07/18 22:11:56 UTC
254.4750 MHz
AWACS used for intercepting aircraft crossing the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone)
 

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AWACS Frequencies used when Intercepting Aircraft Violating the ADIZ.
Here is a list of common frequencies used by AWACS when controlling an intercept of aircraft that's about to cross the ADIZ (Air Defense Identification Zone). With the number of Russia Bombers getting being intercepted it might be good to keep these programmed in.
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Check out this detailed Exploration Mission-1 "Mission Map" detailing the journey NASAís Orion Spacecraft will take.
This map details the first uncrewed flight test of the Orion spacecraft and the SLS launch system.
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National Hurricane Operations Plan Regarding USAF/NOAA Weather Recon Aircraft.
National Hurricane Operations Plan, this is the chapter regarding Weather Recon/Research Aircraft (WRA). This includes Hurricane Hunter operations. Section 6.2.3.3 contains frequencies to be used during WRA missions.
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Picture of Communication Console on SAM26000.
Here is a nice photo of the communication console on JFK's Air Force One (SAM26000)
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Build Your Own UHF MilSat Antenna, Cheap & Easy.
Here is an article that was uploaded to my old Google Group many years ago about constructing your own MilSat yagi. I build it and it worked out great, it was easy to build. Also included are a few pictures of mine.
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Killing Receive Noise.
Here is a very detailed article on how to identify and reduce receiver noise in your radio shack.
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Microwave Frequency Letter Band Chart.
Everytime I see a reference to the "C" band or "Ku" band I can never remember what frequency range these microwave letter bands are refering too. As a result I've created this handy little cheat sheet, hopefully it will help you as well.
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Interactive Map of ARTCC / RCAG (Remote Center Air/Ground) Transmitter Sites Updated.
The ARTCC / RCAG Transmitter locations have been updated on 8/21/2018. Since the last update 50 new transmitter sites were added bring the total to 746 in the United States. If you click on one of the sites you should see a pop-up displaying the ARTCC frequencies used at that site.
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US Military Hexcode Database Search Updated.
The US Military & Civilian aircraft Hexcode Database was updated on 8/20/2018. You can search by 6 character hex code or by description. Description search is handy if you want to produce a list of USCG assets, simply enter 'USCG'. Or if you want a list of just MH-60 helicopters enter 'MH-60'.
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Aerial Refueling Frequencies Updated, there were some changes.
The Aerial Refueling frequencies have been updated. While most of the frequencies remained unchanged, there were a few changes. The changes are marked with "**" infront of the new frequency. Most notable was a lot of the old 319.700 MHz freqs were replaced with 343.250 MHz (but not all!)
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Aerial Refueling Maps Updated for CONUS, ALASKA, NorthEast & Puerto Rico
I just updated the AR Maps for CONUS, Alaska, NorthEast US and Puerto Rico. Besure to click on the thumbnail image for the fullsize map. While the frequencies haven't been updated in sometime, the majority of them are still in use as depected on the page. The new maps were produced Feb. 2016
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Frequency Searching with Multiple Scanners
The best way to find new frequencies for your scanner is to use the "search mode". Here is an article that describes how to efficiently scan the entire MilAir UHF band in 10 seconds or less using multiple scanners.
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Movie of Typical MilAir Scanning in Central Florida (Daytona Beach)
This was today (02/06/2014 around 9 AM) just a small sample of UHF Military Comms heard here in Central Florida. For those who are running out of things to hear on the Public Safety bands due to encryption, give MilAir monitoring a try, far less encrypted stuff! What you're seeing and hearing on the scanners in the video is really a typical day. There are many times I run out of scanners. currently 12 in the shack, 8 scanners in full time search mode, the BCT15x scans a few banks of freq common to the area.
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Cheap SDR Dongle Connected to a Raspberry Pi Computer for a Self-Contained Audio Streaming Device
I put together this device so I can stream audio over the internet without dedicating a "real" computer to the process. It is a stand-alone system I'm still playing with but making progress. I've written an article on how you can build and use one as well.
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HAVEQUICK Military Radio System: What it Is, What it Isn't + Frequencies & Video
In this article I hope to give you a better understanding on what the Military HAVEQUICK radio system is, how it works, and what it's not. Also included is a frequency listing for the HAVEQUICK frequencies used in the United States as well as a video / audio of an AWACS TOD (Time-of-Day) signal.
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Plot Line of Sight Distance from Your Location to Aircraft at Various Altitudes on a Map
I put together a Line-of-Sight Calculate that will plot on a map your line of sight distance to aircraft at different altitudes. Simply enter your Zipcode and the system will plot you a map of how far out you should be able to hear aircraft at various altitudes from 5,000' to 40,000'.
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Display Military Logging Locations & Frequencies on World Map
MilAir Spotters Network Mapping Feature working again. It shows locations of military communications heard around the world that has been reported to the Real-Time MilAir Spotters Network.

You can zoom into your area of interest, click on the 'antenna icon' for your area and see detailed information regarding MilAir Comms activity for that area. Within each block of data you can click on the frequency and all known information about that frequency will be displayed.
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MilAir Spotters Network - What is it?
This is the best, all inclusive tool for MilAir Monitors on the network! Please read more about it and start using it, everyone will realize a big benifit!
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