123.450 Foreign Language

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123.450 Foreign Language

#1 Post by Scott » 26 Mar 2015 17:17

Right now, two males, trying to decipher the language, 123.450 strong signals from my location.
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#2 Post by N1BHH (Silent Key) » 26 Mar 2015 18:36

I hear all kinds of odd languages there, almost daily. But of course you might even hear "The Rubber Duck" every once in a while.
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#3 Post by Scott » 26 Mar 2015 22:13

Interesting. I just don't recall ever hearing that. The Rubber Duck, huh? Delightful!
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#4 Post by N1BHH (Silent Key) » 27 Mar 2015 21:20

Scott SNE Webmaster wrote:Interesting. I just don't recall ever hearing that. The Rubber Duck, huh? Delightful!
Yeah, sometimes the pilots put on their best CB lingo and put the hammer down as they fly away.
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