REQ:Freqs for Blue Angels

REQ:Freqs for Blue Angels

Post by Roland B. Burg » Fri, 13 Oct 1995 04:00:00

All Military aircraft now use C3 systems, which are digitally
encryped, and therefore not monitorable. However, prior to their
advent, I had the following freqs in my list:

USN Blue Angels :
   Gnd. Support - 121.9 Mhz
  Rptr - 142.025(in),142.625(out)
  Common Airshow Laison - 123.4
  Main - 143.60

USAF THUNDERBIRDS:
  Gnd. Support - 413.025 Mhz
  Operations - 120.45
  Air to air - 140.40/141.85
  common Laison - 123.4

USA GOLDEN ANGELS:
  Operations - 32.30 Mhz
  Primary - 42.35
  Common Airshow Laison - 123.4

[Roland Burgan - Hancock, MI]
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REQ:Freqs for Blue Angels

Post by John Pot » Sun, 15 Oct 1995 04:00:00



: All Military aircraft now use C3 systems, which are digitally
: encryped, and therefore not monitorable. However, prior to their
: advent, I had the following freqs in my list:

: USN Blue Angels :
:    Gnd. Support - 121.9 Mhz
:   Rptr - 142.025(in),142.625(out)
:   Common Airshow Laison - 123.4
:   Main - 143.60

: USAF THUNDERBIRDS:
:   Gnd. Support - 413.025 Mhz
:   Operations - 120.45
:   Air to air - 140.40/141.85
:   common Laison - 123.4

: USA GOLDEN ANGELS:
:   Operations - 32.30 Mhz
:   Primary - 42.35
:   Common Airshow Laison - 123.4

: [Roland Burgan - Hancock, MI]
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I was able to monitor the Blue Angels in the clear on
307.700MHz & 275.350MHz at fleet week.  While most military
aircraft are probably equiped with C3 systems it is not
practical that they would be used in non tactical
situations.  Most ATC systems are civilian and therefore
not C3 equiped.

John