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#1 Post by Scott » 21 Jan 2009 14:31

Casual chit-chat in AM mode between what sounds like two pilots; stumbled across it while running a search range while working.
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#2 Post by Scott » 21 Jan 2009 17:46

This ended about 5 minutes after I posted it, unfortunately.
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#3 Post by kenny » 21 Jan 2009 18:45

I heard this also, sounded like they were flying along the coast as they were pointing out the National Seashore. From a post on Radio Reference they were apparently F-16's heading down to Shaw AFB in South Carolina, no idea as to where they came from, maybe from across the pond.

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#4 Post by Scott » 21 Jan 2009 20:06

That was them. Now that you mention it, I did hear them referring to "Shaw" and to the National Seashore as a "National Park".

Just another reason to hit the search button folks. Thanks for the report, Kenny.
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#5 Post by ecps92 » 22 Jan 2009 10:14

Interesting.
This was the [FM] old USCG Aux Rptr Channel.
Scott/SNE Webmaster wrote:Casual chit-chat in AM mode between what sounds like two pilots; stumbled across it while running a search range while working.
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#6 Post by kenny » 22 Jan 2009 10:55

And that's where I first heard on 143.4800FM, then switched to AM mode and for about 10 minuets as they passed through the area they were loud and clear until they faded away, must have had some good altitude.
ecps92 wrote:Interesting.
This was the [FM] old USCG Aux Rptr Channel.

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#7 Post by fishermanscan » 24 Jan 2009 10:41

good find!
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