Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

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Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#1 Post by NIGHTHAWK01 » 13 May 2018 09:57

Sorry for the delay!!
Period 3/1 thru 3/31/2018

CALL SIGN (Aircraft/Helo Type, ADS-B (if known)):

CAP 1928 (Cessna 182)
CAP 1931 (Cessna 182, A43F30)
FURY 22 (UH60)*
FURY 32 (UH60)
FURY 59 (UH60)*
FURY 76 (UH60)*
FURY 92 (UH60)*
GUARD COPTER 23922 (UH72A)
HAGAR 55 (C5M, AE0559))
KILLER 1 (F15's)**
NAVY NB 589 (?)
NAVY YB414 (P3, AE1D5A)
NOMAD 43 (CH47)
NOMAD 84 (CH47)*
NOMAD 87 (CH47)
PATRIOT 6 (UH60)
PATRIOT 12 (UH60)
PATRIOT 36 (UH60)
PATRIOT 55 (UH60)
PATRIOT 61 (UH60)
PATRIOT 65 (UH60)
PATRIOT 76 (UH60)*
PATRIOT 78 (UH60)
POLO 99 (C17A, AE07E8)
RAGE 1 (F15's)**
REACH 223T (C17A, AE147C)
REACH 445 HEAVY (C5B, AE056D)
SAVAGE 1 (F15's)
REACH 349 (unknown)
REACH 412 HEAVY (KC135R, AE0488)
RHODY 21 Flight (2 C130's, AE143E & AE1533)
RODD 11 HEAVY (C5M, AE055B)
RODD 12 HEAVY (C5M)
RODD 22 HEAVY (C5)
RODD 32 HEAVY (C5M, AE0577)
RODD 99 HEAVY (C5M, AE0584)*
RODD 99 HEAVY (C5M, AE0577
SKIER 81 (LC130)
SLAM 01 (2 F15's)
YANKE 01 Flight (2 C130's, AE0329 & AE0321)
YANKE 21 (C130, AE0329)
YANKE 21 (C130, AE0321)
YANKE 31 Flight (2 C130's, AE030C & AE0321)
YANKE 31 Flight (2 C130's, AE0321 & AE020C)
YANKE 31 Flight (2 C130's, AE030C & AE039?

FREQUENCIES WITH MILAIR TRAFFIC (All AM Mode unless indicated):

Air Traffic Control: 118.35, 118.9, 119.0, 125.35, 134.85, 251.1, 257.85, 257.9, 275.8, 281.5, 292.15, 307.9, 327.1, 338.2, 348.75, 349.7, 360.6.
Tactical (Air/Air), Base Ops, Base Weather, Command Post: 41.90 (FM), 252.1, 259.9, 260.9, 264.85, 274.75, 309.0, 338.1, 349.7, 372.2

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#2 Post by KC1DVN » 13 May 2018 16:32

Maybe you should give this site a look at.
Lots of Frequencies for Military

https://www.cityfreq.com/

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#3 Post by ecps92 » 14 May 2018 07:58

Basically just a re-tool of FCC Data dumps
KC1DVN wrote:
13 May 2018 16:32
Maybe you should give this site a look at.
Lots of Frequencies for Military

https://www.cityfreq.com/

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#4 Post by KC1DVN » 17 May 2018 02:19

ecps92 wrote:
14 May 2018 07:58
Basically just a re-tool of FCC Data dumps
KC1DVN wrote:
13 May 2018 16:32
Maybe you should give this site a look at.
Lots of Frequencies for Military

https://www.cityfreq.com/
So basically the site is useless to most people.

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#5 Post by W1KNE » 17 May 2018 12:19

KC1DVN wrote:
17 May 2018 02:19

So basically the site is useless to most people.
Not really useless per say. It's just a duplicate of what another of other websites also accomplish.
Everyone has their flavor of what they like to search.

With that said, this thread is about the Springfield Mil-Air logs, so please go back to the topic at hand.
If you wish to start a new thread on the cityfreq's page, FCC searches, etc, go ahead, in the YoBAG forum.

Thanks.

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#6 Post by KC1DVN » 18 May 2018 10:13

OKAY
I posted the site because it does in fact have air military air frequency.

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#7 Post by rob » 19 May 2018 08:18

NIGHTHAWK01 wrote:
13 May 2018 09:57

YANKE 01 Flight (2 C130's, AE0329 & AE0321)
YANKE 21 (C130, AE0329)
YANKE 21 (C130, AE0321)
YANKE 31 Flight (2 C130's, AE030C & AE0321)
YANKE 31 Flight (2 C130's, AE0321 & AE020C)
YANKE 31 Flight (2 C130's, AE030C & AE039?

FREQUENCIES WITH MILAIR TRAFFIC (All AM Mode unless indicated):

Air Traffic Control: 118.35, 118.9, 119.0, 125.35, 134.85, 251.1, 257.85, 257.9, 275.8, 281.5, 292.15, 307.9, 327.1, 338.2, 348.75, 349.7, 360.6.
Tactical (Air/Air), Base Ops, Base Weather, Command Post: 41.90 (FM), 252.1, 259.9, 260.9, 264.85, 274.75, 309.0, 338.1, 349.7, 372.2

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Anything worth listening to while the C130s are in flight? They go over the house multiple times a day and was wondering which specific in-flight freqs are recommended.

- Rob

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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#8 Post by NIGHTHAWK01 » 12 Sep 2018 18:41

Both "YANKEE" & "RHODY" with likely use their command post frequencies for air/air and air/ground (drop coordination). Even with lead aircraft talking with ATC, the aircraft following also monitor ATC and respond accordingly to leads instructions usually on the ATC frequency.
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Re: Springfield MA Area Milair U/VHF Logs Summary -- March 2018

#9 Post by jbella » 12 Sep 2018 19:47

338.1 is a usual when they go over here.

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