03/05/21 01:41:26 UTC
235.100 MHz
CLINTWOOD, VA
Mid air re-fueling training
 
03/03/21 17:07:29 UTC
122.800 MHz
ALBEMARLE, NC
"GECKO06, no drop, no drop" Prob a C27J, tail#10-27030 (AE4CFE) at 12,500ft over KMEB vic. 3/3/2021, 1200hrs. -AJ
 
03/03/21 02:25:31 UTC
240.350 MHz
CLINTWOOD, VA
Mid air re-fueling training Eddie62
 
03/03/21 01:42:27 UTC
252.100 MHz
WAUCONDA, IL
Correction MASH84 KC135 near Toledo OH
 
03/03/21 01:41:41 UTC
252.100 MHz
WAUCONDA, IL
BRICKYARD MASH85 FL250 Code 2 one write up
 

02/14/21 02:49:06 UTC
132.550 MHz
?
 
02/12/21 07:43:49 UTC
121.500 MHz
?
 
02/12/21 07:41:41 UTC
123.300 MHz
?
 
02/12/21 07:40:05 UTC
252.100 MHz
?
 
02/12/21 07:38:31 UTC
281.025 MHz
?
 
02/12/21 07:31:27 UTC
243.000 MHz
?
 
02/12/21 07:29:55 UTC
123.550 MHz
?
 


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VOLMET International Broadcast

The VOLMET broadcast is an international broadcast providing Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts, and METARs, plus the New York and Caribbean Oceanic SIGMETs to pilots traversing the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea enroute to the United States. The VOLMET broadcast operates on the hour and thirty minutes past each hour, announcing the weather for 25 different airports, including 3 Caribbean Island air terminals. The program (as represented below) is divided into four 5-minute segments, each dealing with 6 terminals in a predetermined schedule, including any pertinent severe weather advisories. Immediately following the New York broadcast, a similar 10 minute presentation is made for airports in Canada by Gander Radio, located at Gander, Newfoundland. The operating frequencies of the broadcast are 3485, 6604, 10051 and 13270 MHz. All transmitters are located at Barnegat, New Jersey. Information related to a significant system failure or pertinent to a U. S. National emergency, MAY be available on VOLMET.