Blue Angel Freqs?

Blue Angel Freqs?

Post by Robin Muell » Fri, 19 Aug 1994 01:38:44

The Blue Angels are in town here in San Diego and I'm wondering if anyone
has the frequencies that I can listen in on. The one I'm most intersted
in is the air to air channel so i can hear the commander calling out
their cues. If anyone could help me out, I'd be most appreciative.

Thanks.

 
 
 

Blue Angel Freqs?

Post by Skip Sande » Sat, 20 Aug 1994 13:58:14


 > The Blue Angels are in town here in San Diego and I'm wondering if
 > anyone has the frequencies that I can listen in on. The one I'm most
 > intersted in is the air to air channel so i can hear the commander
 > calling out their cues. If anyone could help me out, I'd be most
 > appreciative.

You can find a nice complete list of Blue Angel Frequencies on My
BBS in San Diego, "The CIA BBS", at 619-273-6339 V32.bis from
12:30 am to 5 pm weekdays, but here's a quick and dirty list:

251.600  Soloists (Planes 5 and 6)
275.350  Diamond Formation (Planes 1-4)
302.150  All Aircraft
307.700  Alternate All Aircraft
263.350  Maintenance (My Plane's Broke! FIX it, Ground Mech!)

Channel usage is NOT standardised during practice, but the above
should be normal use during shows.  Normally either 302.150 or
307.700 is used, but not both.

 ** CIA BBS - Scanner Files 619-273-6339 12:30am - 5pm Weekdays V.32bis **

   AmiQWK 2.5   Government IS the Problem, not the solution...

 
 
 

Blue Angel Freqs?

Post by Greg » Tue, 30 Aug 1994 12:32:37


>The Blue Angels are in town here in San Diego and I'm wondering if anyone
>has the frequencies that I can listen in on. The one I'm most intersted
>in is the air to air channel so i can hear the commander calling out
>their cues. If anyone could help me out, I'd be most appreciative.

I had a whole pile of reported Blue Angel freqs.   The only score was at
251.6 which seemed to be in use during some of the formation displays...
im sure ther must be more active freqs, but thats the one i listened to...

the transmissions consisted mostly of reading off of numbers and instructions
like "a little more power".   Of course as they pass overhead it was impossible
to hear much of anything anyhow.  Id have enjoyed the show if i were deaf!
Greg