|08/10/20 05:25:15 UTC|
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
no voice ir digi sounds / just squelch braks a couple min ago
|08/04/20 22:25:30 UTC|
fort wayne A-10's, a2a
|08/04/20 22:10:58 UTC|
fort wayne A-10's, A2A
|07/23/20 19:08:43 UTC|
F-16s from Duluth ANG (WOLF callsigns) in Big Bear MOA. AWACS SCOUT03H directing exercise.
|07/23/20 16:51:03 UTC|
Wild 01 Flight AA
|08/09/20 07:38:31 UTC|
|08/09/20 07:38:00 UTC|
|08/01/20 03:57:36 UTC|
Refuel Track comms
|08/01/20 03:56:07 UTC|
Combat aircraft flight chit chat after in flight refuel
|07/30/20 14:24:37 UTC|
JTAC freq mentioned by Helo pilot, heard talking on 70.4 NFM. Vic of KVUJ, Stanly Co NC. 07/28/2020, 1515h -AJ
|07/30/20 14:20:53 UTC|
Helo A2A "...visual on you. There are some JTACs on the ground. You can monitor on 276.6 if you are interested..." "OK, I'll stay above.." Immediately prior had checked in with KVUJ tower. PL 151.4, 07/28/2020, 1515h -AJ
|07/10/20 16:35:07 UTC|
M0378/20 - AERODROME FLIGHT STRIP 2 (PU895947) F. CO, 3/82ND AVN REG WILL SET UP EQUIPMENT AND PROVIDE AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES FOR AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN THE VICINITY OF FLIGHT STRIP 2 FROM 7 JULY 2020 UNTIL 17 JULY 2020. THE FLIGHT STRIP IS OPEN TO ALL ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT. SERVICES WILL BE PROVIDED FROM 0900L TO 1700L DAILY. OPERATIONAL FREQUENCIES ARE 252.725 (UHF) , 141.425 (VHF) AND 61.50 (FM), FACILITY CALLSIGN IS "BADBOY RADIO". ALL AIRCRAFT MUST ALSO MONITOR SAAF FREQUENCIES. 09 JUL 20:28 2020 UNTIL 17 JUL 22:00 2020. CREATED: 09 JUL 20:28 2020 -AJ
Currently I have nearly 5,000 military/government callsigns in a searchable database. You can search by
callsign (or partial callsign). You also can search by the description of an agency/base/aircraft to
find all the callsigns used by them. Example, if you wanted to search for all callsigns used by
Tyndall AFB, simply do a description search "Tyndall".
All entries (both callsign and description) are considered wildcarded. This means that if you simply enter "Tynd" in the search field, all entries with the letters "Tynd" will be returned. This is great if you do not know the exact spelling of a callsign or description.
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