Wanted: Blue Angels frequencies

Wanted: Blue Angels frequencies

Post by Smil » Fri, 05 Sep 1997 04:00:00

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> The Blue Angels are in town and I'd like to listen to the plane to
> plane traffic.  Where can I get the frequencies?


  ^    73's from Marty (Smiley)        

Vist the Schuylkill Amateur Repeater Ass.
At  http://home.ptd.net/~cakunk/

A good scanner radio page.
At http://www.li.net/~j4dice/stateidx.html

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                    US NAVY BLUE ANGELS FLIGHT DEMO TEAM
118.1000 Air to Air
118.2000 Air to Air
121.9000 Ground Fuels Ground support
123.4000 GCA Common Airshow  
123.4500 GCA Common Airshow
134.1000
141.5600 Maintenance Charlie  Operations Ground support
142.0000 Maintenance ALPHA Ground support
142.0250 Maintenance Delta  Ground Operations Delta (Repeated on 142.625)
142.2600 Maintenance
142.2650 Maintenance Ground support
142.6250 Maintenance Delta Ground support
143.0000 Maintenance Bravo Ground support
143.6000 Maintenance Channel 10  Ground support
164.9000 New VHF radios for Ground Ops, DVP Capable, Simplex
168.9000 New VHF radios for Ground Ops, DVP Capable, Simplex
170.9000 New VHF radios for Ground Ops, DVP Capable, Simplex, Primary
Operations
235.1500 Showline
235.5000 Recent use as Alternate Air to Air
238.1500 Formation Air to Air, recent use
241.4000 Air to Air
243.0000 Emergency/MayDay/Distress
245.9000
246.4000
250.4000 Air to Air
250.8000 Air to Air
251.4000 Air to Air
251.6000 Flight Line Common
251.8000
256.2500 Air to Air
263.3500 Comm 1 Lead & Formation Solos 1 & 4
263.4500 Air to Air
263.5000 Air to Air Channel
263.6500 Air to Air
264.5500 Air to Air, recent reports
275.3500 Comm 2 Formation talkback Air to Air
302.1000 F2
302.1500 Air to Air F3
304.4000 Recent use as Air to Air Alternate Frequency
307.7000 Comm 3 Solos  Solos Air to Air
308.2600
318.9000
319.8000 Air to Air
345.9000 Recent use as Alternate Air to Air Frequency
348.6000  
360.4000 Comm  Solos Air to Air
362.6000 Air Show Control
382.5000  
383.4000 Forward Air Traffic Controller at Practice Sites
384.4000 Air to Air / Comm One Number One
391.1000
391.9000 Air to Air
394.4000 Air to Air
395.1000
395.5000
395.9000 Air to Air
408.4000 Rpt. Ground support
418.0500 Ground support

The old Alpha and Bravo VHF channels are probably totally out of use. It
would be AM mode if present. All UHF stuff here is AM Mode. Ground crews
love their new radios and use them quite a bit, about 1/2 scrambled last
year. Some use at remote sights. There should be at least 3 other freqs
active on the ground crews radios, so keep searching. Also check show /
platform control, tower freqs and other area air traffic. I'd start
searching the 225-400 Mhz military band a day or so before the show as the
Angels will be up spotting the show, giving media rides, etc. Please post
Blue Angels Airshow Freq Info what you find active the show.

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Wanted: Blue Angels frequencies

Post by John Rhod » Fri, 05 Sep 1997 04:00:00


The Blue Angels are in town and I'd like to listen to the plane to
plane traffic.  Where can I get the frequencies?

 
 
 

Wanted: Blue Angels frequencies

Post by Bill Ea » Sat, 06 Sep 1997 04:00:00


>The Blue Angels are in town and I'd like to listen to the plane to
>plane traffic.  Where can I get the frequencies?

John, Thanks for the list. I passed it to Warren. Bill
 
 
 

Wanted: Blue Angels frequencies

Post by Brian Kra » Tue, 09 Sep 1997 04:00:00


>The old Alpha and Bravo VHF channels are probably totally out of use. It
>would be AM mode if present. All UHF stuff here is AM Mode. Ground crews
>love their new radios and use them quite a bit, about 1/2 scrambled last
>year. Some use at remote sights. There should be at least 3 other freqs
>active on the ground crews radios, so keep searching. Also check show /
>platform control, tower freqs and other area air traffic. I'd start
>searching the 225-400 Mhz military band a day or so before the show as the
>Angels will be up spotting the show, giving media rides, etc. Please post
>Blue Angels Airshow Freq Info what you find active the show.

I didn't do much searching.  The most active Sept. 6-7 were 307.7 and
345.9 Mhz.  They delayed the Fleur-des-lis because of a minor radio
glitch.  Does anyone know all of the nicknames... Yogi, Scooter, etc?
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