3rd Combat Aviation Brigade Aircraft Update; 16 October 2018

Monitoring has yielded a few more additions to the new list of 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade aircraft since the last update a couple of weeks ago. As always, if you have any additions or corrections, please let me know here, on Twitter, or on the Facebook page.

ARMY 26458, UH-60L, 92-26458, A/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 26482 (UH-60L, 93-26482, A/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 26587 (UH-60L, 94-26587, A/2-3 AVN?)1
ARMY 26596 (UH-60L, 95-26596, A/2-3 AVN?)1
ARMY 26812 (UH-60L, 98-26812, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 26830 (UH-60L, 99-26830, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 26841 (UH-60L, 99-26841, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 27055 (UH-60L, 05-27055, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 08171 (CH-47F, 14-08171, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08454 (CH-47F, 14-08454, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08455 (CH-47F, 14-08455, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08456 (CH-47F, 14-08456, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08457 (CH-47F, 14-08457, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08460 (CH-47F, 14-08460, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08461 (CH-47F, 14-08461, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20310 (HH-60M, ??-20310, C-2/3 AVN)2
ARMY 20376 (HH-60M, ??-20376, C/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20402 (HH-60M, 11-20402, C/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20498 (HH-60M, 11-20498, C/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20505 (HH-60M, 12-20505, C/2-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20615 (HH-60M, 13-20615, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20616 (HH-60M, 13-20616, C/2-3 AVN)

ARMY 25326 (AH-64D, 02-05326, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 35389 (AH-64D, 03-05389, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 35395 (AH-64D, 03-05395, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 35403 (AH-64D, 03-05403, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 75518 (AH-64D, 07-05518, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 77045 (AH-64D, 07-07045, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 77046 (AH-64D, 07-07046, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 87048 (AH-64D, 08-07048, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 87049 (AH-64D, 08-07049, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95585 (AH-64D, 09-05585, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95591 (AH-64D, 09-05591, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95592 (AH-64D, 09-05592, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95593 (AH-64D, 09-05593, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95597 (AH-64D, 09-05597, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95602 (AH-64D, 09-05602, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95604 (AH-64D, 09-05604, 3-17 CAV)

ARMY 20354 (UH-60M, 11-20354, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20355 (UH-60M, 11-20355, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20357 (UH-60M, 11-20357, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20358 (UH-60M, 11-20358, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20360 (UH-60M, 11-20360, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20362 (UH-60M, 11-20362, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20365 (UH-60M, 11-20365, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20366 (UH-60M, 11-20366, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20370 (UH-60M, 11-20370, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20374 (UH-60M, 11-20374, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20387 (UH-60M, 11-20387, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20388 (UH-60M, 11-20388, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20389 (UH-60M, 11-20387, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20392 (UH-60M, 11-20392, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20395 (UH-60M, 11-20395, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20397 (UH-60M, 11-20397, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20404 (UH-60M, 11-20404, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20409 (UH-60M, 11-20409, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20416 (UH-60M, 11-20416, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20422 (UH-60M, 11-20422, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20428 (UH-60M, 11-20428, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20450 (UH-60M, 12-20450, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20455 (UH-60M, 12-20455, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20458 (UH-60M, 12-20458, 4-3 AVN)2
ARMY 20460 (UH-60M, 12-20460, 4-3 AVN?)


  1. 94-26587 and 95-26596 were previously heard as A/2-3 AVN aircraft until 2009 but unheard between 2009 and 2018. I’m guessing both are still A/2-3 AVN aircraft because C/2-3 AVN converted to the HH-60M and 4-3 AVN converted to the UH-60M.
  2. The unit associations for these aircraft are based on traffic heard on other frequencies including Base Ops and Battalion Ops frequencies.

New Addition to the Shack: Uniden BCT15X Scanner

Savannah – Two of my long-serving Uniden BC780XLTs have begun acting wonky (one’s display is losing contrast and becoming hard to read and the other’s knobs are beginning to stop working) so I decided to try a replacement for one of them. The 780s have long been out of date for Savannah/Chatham County public safety monitoring but they’ve been great military monitoring scanners. Quite honestly, they’ve been among my favorites for that part of the scanning hobby. Since military and aviation are all I use them for, I decided that for 780 replacements I didn’t need top of the line, full-featured scanners. After looking at what was available on the market, I settled on trying a Uniden BCT15X. It has the features I’m looking for, is priced right (at around $170) and is programmable and controllable by software I already have (using Butel ARC-XT and/or ProScan software).

As near as I can tell, the BCT15X seems to be a Uniden BCD396XT/BCD996XT shorn of its digital capabilities. The display is almost identical to the BCD996T that I have (I don’t have a 996XT) and operates and programs similar to the BCD396XT that I have. As I mentioned above, I already have software that will program it – Butel ARC-XT. So far, it really does seem to be just like the 396XT without the digital capability.

I’ve got the BCT15X set up as my MilAir recording scanner in the shack. I programmed it with ARC-XT and am using ProScan to control and record with. ARC-XT, in my opinion, works better for programming and ProScan gives me the ability to easily switch which radio I’m controlling/recording. It seems to receive both civil and military aviation just as good as the BC780XLTs did (an interestingly enough much better on military aviation than my BCD996T does). The recording quality out of the line-out jack on the BCT15X is punchy and clear, quite better than the line-out on the BC780XLT I was using which could be a bit weak at times.

Hurricane Michael Notes and Observations (Updated 14 October 2018)

Note: Post Updated with some observations from Saturday, 13 October 2018

Savannah – Unfortunately the southeast has seen its second catastrophic hurricane this season. Just a month after Hurricane Florence devastated the Carolinas, Hurricane Michael brought destruction upon the Florida panhandle and southwest Georgia. Earlier this week, Hurricane Michael came ashore at Mexico Beach as a Category 4 (almost Category 5) storm, destroying the town and surrounding areas then tore into southwest Georgia while still a Category 3 storm. Due to the track of the storm across Georgia, the 165th AW C-130s and some of Gulfstream’s aircraft at Savannah evacuated the area, returning yesterday. The devastation wrought by Michael necessitated federal and military response similar to that of Hurricane Florence last month.

Gulfstream Savannah’s aircraft appeared to evacuate to Huntsville, AL just as they did during Florence. On Wednesday, 10 October while I was in Brunswick, I caught some of the Gulfstreams leaving Savannah: GULFTEST 11 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace), GULFTEST 90 (G650, N656GA, Gulfstream Aerospace), and GULFTEST 51 (G600, N601GA, Gulfstream Aerospace). Yesterday, after I got back to Savannah from Brunswick, I heard 12 Gulfstream and Gulfstream customer aircraft return from Huntsville. No doubt due to problems caused by Michael, these aircraft came back to Savannah from the northwest instead of the southwest like they did after Florence; I caught them on 132.925 with Jacksonville Center to 125.300 with Savannah Approach/Departure, then to Savannah Tower on 119.100. One of them also checked in with the Gulfstream Service Center on 128.925 prior to its arrival. (I didn’t catch two of the aircraft on Mode-S so I’m not sure what their registrations were)

GULFTEST 10 (G500, N500GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 20 (G500, N509GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 29 (G550, N584GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 33 (G650, N282GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 51 (G600, N601GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 62 (B-LWX, G-450, TAG Aviation Asia)
GULFTEST 62 (G450, N401SR, Gulfstream Leasing)
GULFTEST 64 (G650, N655GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 66 (B-8127, G-450, Private)
GULFTEST 83 (Gulfstream Hurrevac Flight)
GULFTEST 90 (G550, N582GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 97 (Gulfstream Hurrevac Flight)

I’m not sure where the 165th AW’s C-130s evacuated to, but yesterday, I heard four of their aircraft arriving back in Savannah in from the north following the same sequence of frequencies that the Gulfstreams did. Additionally, they checked in on 225.750 with squadron operations and were using 225.050 for air-to-air traffic.

DAWG 06 (C-130H3, 94-6706, 165th AW)
DAWG 08 (C-130H3, 94-6708, 165th AW)
DAWG 61 (C-130H3, 93-1561, 165th AW)
DAWG 63 (C-130H3, 95-1563, 165th AW)

The Federal and Military response to Hurricane Michael has so far been very similar to that from Hurricane Florence. I’m too far away from southwest Georgia and the Florida panhandle to hear any of it, but I did catch one military aircraft going to the area from Savannah and saw some aviation assets working in the area on ADS-B Exchange.  Just as during Florence, those aviation assets were C3I and ISR aircraft. Yesterday morning, SHADY 11 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn) departed Hunter AAF to the southwest and later in the morning I saw it on ADS-B exchange doing orbits in the area of Panama City and Apalachicola, FL. In addition to the MC-12S-2, I also noted two US Customs and Border Patrol P-3 AEWC aircraft (N142CS and N146CS) working in the area and a USAF E-3 AWACS.

On Saturday, while taking a look at the Florida panhandle and southwest on Georgia on ADS-B Exchange, I noticed something interesting around Albany and Tifton, GA. N19HX, a Helicopter Express Bell 206L-3 helicopter, had come from around Tifton (probably out of the airport in Tifton) and begun working just south of Albany. N41HX, a Helicopter Express Bell 407 helicopter was working south of Tifton, roughly around I-75. Based out of Atlanta, Helicopter Express is a contractor that provides helicopter services for a variety of purposes, disaster relief being one of them. Given where they were working, I’d have to guess that they were part of the Hurricane Michael response. With the flight paths that were plotted on ADS-B Exchange, I’d guess that both aircraft are working out of Henry Tift Myers Airport in Tifton.

Thankfully, those of us in southeast Georgia came through Michael with few problems, as the storm moved through the state a bit more to the northwest of us than it could have. The people in the Florida panhandle and southwest Georgia, however, are suffering. Don’t forget that people in those areas are some of those that helped us after Hurricanes Matthew and Irma; it’s our turn to help them.

Please keep the people of the Florida panhandle and southwest Georgia in your prayers and help with donations or contributions as you can. Many will remain out of their homes for quite a while and have lost most if not all of what they had.

Book Review: A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East by David Fromkin

A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle EastA Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East by David Fromkin

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

“The Middle East became what it is today both because the European powers undertook to re-shape it and because Britain and France failed to ensure that the dynasties, the states, and the political system that they established would permanently endure.”

A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East by David Fromkin is a book that we all should read to get a better understanding of how and why we got to where we are today in the Middle East. Fromkin details and explains the political happenings in the Middle East during World War I and the aftermath of the war. Great Britain and Lloyd George are the focus of the book, the Arabs, French, Germans, Greeks, Italians, Ottomans, and Turks are covered as well. It is a story of failure on the part of the European powers and the poorly thought through partition of the Middle East. What happened was complex and there were a lot of players involved due to changes in Governments and leadership, but Fromkin navigated them well and made the happenings easily understandable. Once you finish reading this book, you’ll understand why there are so many grievances, why so many are understandable, and why there is really no one country or person to blame.

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Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; September 2018

September was a busy and interesting, but bittersweet month of monitoring from the Coastal Georgia area. There was a lot to listen to, but partly for all of the wrong reasons because a fair portion of the activity heard was related to Hurricane Florence. Hurricane Hunter flights flew out of the Savannah Air Dominance Center at the Savannah-Hilton Head IAP prior to Hurricane Florence making landfall near the South Carolina/North Carolina border and both military and federal assets supported rescue, relief, and recovery efforts after she made landfall. Those assets included C3I and ISR resources such as USCG resources from all around the country, USAF rescue resources including aircraft from Moody AFB here in Georgia, MC-12s and E-8s based here in Georgia at Hunter AAF and Robins AFB as well as E-3s from Tinker AFB, and various Department of Homeland Security resources. A recap of the frequencies and callsigns I heard as resources were en route to and from South Carolina and North Carolina can be found here. Another interesting hurricane-related catch was the mass return to Gulfstream Savannah of test and service center aircraft from a precautionary hurricane evacuation to Lakeland, FL (it was done when the forecast potentially put Savannah in Florence’s path); you can see their fishhook-shaped approach path in one of the Mode-S images below. On a more positive note, the 21st Fighter Squadron from Luke AFB, which trains F-16 pilots for the Taiwan Air Force visited the Savannah Air Dominance Center at the end of the month and is still here at the beginning of October. The 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade at Hunter AAF began heavy flight activity last month after recently returning from a deployment and September was a good month for identifying their new aircraft.

Note:  In addition to posting Blog Posts and near-real-time reports on Twitter, I am now also using a Facebook page to put out scanning, history, and photography information. If you’re interested, you can follow KF4LMT’s Radio Shack on Facebook.

Please continue to keep the people of North Carolina and South Carolina in your prayers and help with donations or contributions as you can. Many are still flooded out, many will remain out of their homes for quite a while, and many have lost most if not all of what they had.

Hunter AAF
124.975 – Tower
279.575 – Tower
121.800 – Ground
291.675 – Ground
126.200 – Base Ops
285.425 – Base Ops
309.000 – PMSV
51.050 – Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF Test Area Advisory
34.200 – 2-3 AVN “KNIGHTHAWK Ops”
80.425 – 2-3 AVN Air-to-Air
40.700 – B/2-3 AVN Air-to-Air
66.225 – C/2-3 AVN Air-to-Air?
46.950 – 3-17 CAV Air-to-air
43.625 – 4-3 AVN “BRAWLER Ops”
41.900 – 4-3 AVN Air-to-Air
38.150 – 1/169 AVN “HURRICANE Ops”
345.000 – USCG AirSta Savannah Ops
150.300 ($293) – CG 107, Air Station Savannah Ops
157.175 – Marine VHF Ch 83, CGAS Savannah Maintenance Control

ARMY 26458 (UH-60L, 92-26458, A/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 26482 (UH-60L, 93-26482, A/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 26596 (UH-60L, 95-26596, A/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 27055 (UH-60L, 05-27055, A/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 08171 (CH-47F, 14-08171, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08455 (CH-47F, 14-08455, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08456 (CH-47F, 14-08456, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08457 (CH-47F, 14-08457, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 08461 (CH-47F, 14-08461, B/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20310 (HH-60M, ??-20310, C-2/3 AVN?)
ARMY 20498 (HH-60M, 11-20498, C/2-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20505 (HH-60M, 12-20505, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20615 (HH-60M, 13-20615, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 20616 (HH-60M, 13-20616, C/2-3 AVN)
ARMY 25326 (AH-64D, 02-05326, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 35389 (AH-64D, 03-05389, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 35395 (AH-64D, 03-05395, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 35403 (AH-64D, 03-05403, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 75518 (AH-64D, 07-05518, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 77045 (AH-64D, 07-07045, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 77046 (AH-64D, 07-07046, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 87049 (AH-64D, 08-07049, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95591 (AH-64D, 09-05591, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95592 (AH-64D, 09-05592, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95597 (AH-64D, 09-05597, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 95602 (AH-64D, 09-05602, 3-17 CAV)
ARMY 20354 (UH-60M, 11-20354, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20357 (UH-60M, 11-20357, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20358 (UH-60M, 11-20358, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20360 (UH-60M, ??-20360, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20362 (UH-60M, ??-20362, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20365 (UH-60M, 11-20365, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20366 (UH-60M, ??-20366, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20387 (UH-60M, ??-20387, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20392 (UH-60M, ??-20392, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20395 (UH-60M, 11-20395, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20402 (UH-60M, 11-20402, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20404 (UH-60M, 11-20404, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20409 (UH-60M, ??-20409, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20416 (UH-60M, ??-20416, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20422 (UH-60M, ??-20422, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20428 (UH-60M, 11-20428, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20450 (UH-60M, ??-20450, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 20455 (UH-60M, 12-20455, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20458 (UH-60M, 12-20458, 4-3 AVN)
ARMY 20460 (UH-60M, ??-20460, 4-3 AVN?)
ARMY 03741 (MH-47G, 04-03741, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03748 (MH-47G, 04-03748, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03756 (MH-47G, 05-03756, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03761 (MH-47G, 05-03761, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03786 (MH-47G, 09-03786, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20015 (MH-60M, 05-20015, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20018 (MH-60M, 05-20018, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20022 (MH-60M, 05-20022, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20482 (MH-60M, 12-20482, 3-160 SOAR)
SHADY 13 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 18 (MC-12S, 11-00265, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 23 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 29 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 60 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 80 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 80 (MC-12S, 11-00265, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 83 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 86 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
HURRICANE 39 (CH-47F, 1/169 AVN)
GUARD 23891 (UH-60A, 83-23891, GA ARNG?)
COAST GUARD 6526 (MH-65D, 6526, CGAS Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6531 (MH-65D, 6531, CGAS Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6544 (MH-65D, 6544, CGAS Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6547 (MH-65D, 6547, CGAS Savannah)
COAST GUARD 6567 (MH-65D, 6567, CGAS Savannah)
COAST GUARD 1503 (HC-130H, 1503, CGAS Clearwater)
COAST GUARD 2004 (HC-130J, 2004, CGAS Elizabeth City)
COAST GUARD 6012 (MH-60T, 6012, CGAS Clearwater)
COAST GUARD 6030 (MH-60T, 6030, CGAS Clearwater)
COAST GUARD 6538 (MH-65D, 6538, CGAS New Orleans)
COAST GUARD 6555 (MH-65D, 6555, USCG)
COAST GUARD 510KB (C510, N510KB, Aviation Research & Maintenance)
EVAL 18 (MC-12S, 12-00281, US Army)
GUARD 20300 (HH-60M, 10-20300, 1-111 AVN GA ARNG)

Savannah IAP/CRTC
119.100 – Tower
257.800 – Tower
121.900 – Ground
348.600 – Ground
120.400 – Approach/Departure
353.775 – Approach/Departure
125.300 – Approach/Departure
371.875 – Approach/Departure
118.400 – Approach/Departure
307.225 – Approach/Departure
123.025 – Savannah Helicopter Advisory
225.750 – 165th AW CP “ANIMAL CONTROL”
237.000 – Air Dominance Center (ADC) Ops
140.500 – ADC; 21st FS Air-to-Air
141.150 – ADC; 21st FS Air-to-Air
142.700 – ADC; 21st FS Air-to-Air
141.925 – 21st FS Air-to-Air
142.375 – 14th FTW Air-to-Air
173.5625 – 165th AW MOC (NAC 302)
123.200 – WCM9, Gulfstream Aerospace
128.925 – Gulfstream Service Center
123.350 – Gulfstream Test
130.375 – Signature Flight Support

DAWG 06 (C-130H3, 94-6706, 165th AW)
DAWG 61 (C-130H3, 94-6706, 165th AW)
REACH 233 (C-130H3, 95-1563, 165th AW)
EAGLE ## (MD-500, Chatham Co)
GULFTEST 06 (G500, N504GS, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 10 (G550, N540GA, USAF 645th AESG)
GULFTEST 11 (G500, N504GS, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 14 (G450, N937BG, Solarius Aviation)
GULFTEST 17 (G650, N650AF, Vulcan Northwest Inc)
GULFTEST 18 (G500, N509GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 25 (G550, N582GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 25 (G600, N720GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 29 (G450, N275M, Bridges Porter)
GULFTEST 29 (G650, N616KG, Executive Jet Management)
GULFTEST 35 (G600, N720GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 40 (G-VI, N650MT, Bank of Utah Trustee)
GULFTEST 40 (G550, N721MN, MGM Mirage Inc)
GULFTEST 44 (G-IV, N401FT, Executive Jet Shares)
GULFTEST 44 (G650, N623GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 44 (G650, N651GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 46 (G650, N653GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 48 (G450, M-LFBB, Oviation Two Ltd)
GULFTEST 48 (G500, N504GS, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 58 (G550, VP-CLK, Great Prespa Ltd)
GULFTEST 65 (G650, N652GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 66 (G550, N582GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 75 (G550, N579GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 76 (G500, N504GS, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 76 (G600, N720GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 88 (G550, N582GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 89 (G650, N282GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 93 (G650, N766GA, R94924 LLC)
GULFTEST 94 (G500, N510GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 96 (G550, N526GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
HOBBY 11 (C-130J, 05-8157, 403rd AW)
TEAL 71 (WC-130J, 97-5306, 53rd WRS)
TEAL 73 (WC-130J, 96-5302, 53rd WRS)
TEAL 81 (WC-130J, 97-5306, 53rd WRS)
DEALER ## (F-16, 21st FS)
GAMBLER ## (F-16, 21st FS)
DRAGON ## (T-38C, 14th FTW)
VENT ## (T-38C, 14th FTW)

Fort Stewart/Wright AAF
127.350 – Marne Radio
279.625 – Marne Radio
126.250 – Wright AAF Tower
269.275 – Wright AAF Tower
51.050 – Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF Test Area Advisory

PAT 923 (C-12T, 86-00088, FL ARNG)

Brunswick/Golden Isles Airport
123.000 – CTAF

Malcolm McKinnon Airport/Jekyll Island Airport
123.050 – CTAF

Plantation Air Park, Sylvania, GA
122.800 – CTAF

Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport
122.800 – CTAF

Hilton Head Airport
118.975 – Tower

MCAS Beaufort
119.050 – Tower
342.875 – Tower
269.125 – Approach/Departure
123.700 – Approach/Departure
292.125 – Approach/Departure
125.125 – Approach/Departure
281.800 – Base Ops
264.500 – PMSV
305.800 – VMFA(AW)-224 Base
228.300 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 1
258.900 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 2
313.800 – VMFA-251 Base
262.700 – VMFA-312 Base (New)
299.275 – VMFA-312 Tac 1
343.200 – VMFAT-501 Base
326.700 – VMFAT-501 Tac 1
349.225 – VMFAT-501 Tac 2
341.825 – VMFAT-501 Tac 3

BENGAL 4# (F/A-18D, VMFA(AW)-224)
TBOLT 5# (F/A-18C, VMFA-251)
CHECK 6# (F/A-18C, VMFA-312)
SWEDE ## (F-35B, VMFAT-501)
WARLORD ## (F-35B, VMFAT-501)
FOX 836 (UC-12M, 163836, MCAS Beaufort)
FOX 840 (UC-12M, 163840, MCAS Beaufort)
ATAC 21 (Hunter Hawker F.58 or Kfir, ATAC)

Jacksonville IAP
118.000 – Approach/Departure
121.300 – Approach/Departure
123.800 – Approach/Departure
124.900 – Approach/Departure
127.000 – Approach/Departure
322.400 – Approach/Departure
335.600 – Approach/Departure
351.800 – Approach/Departure
377.050 – Approach/Departure
251.250 – 125th FW Maintenance/Ops
234.800 – 125th FW Aux 5
253.700 – 125th FW Aux 6
314.200 – 125th FW Aux 7

FANG ## (F-15C, 125th FW)
GATOR ## (F-15C, 125th FW)

NAS Jacksonville/Mayport NS/Cecil Field
118.000 – Approach/Departure
121.300 – Approach/Departure
123.800 – Approach/Departure
124.900 – Approach/Departure
127.000 – Approach/Departure
322.400 – Approach/Departure
335.600 – Approach/Departure
351.800 – Approach/Departure
377.050 – Approach/Departure
310.200 – NAS Jacksonville Base Ops
264.200 – P-8 Base
271.400 – P-8 Base
306.000 – VP-30 Base
285.000 – TSC Jacksonville “FIDDLE”
262.900 – Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Base

MADFOX 29 (P-8A, 169340, VP-5)
MADFOX 32 (P-8A, 169340, VP-5)
MADFOX 72 (P-8A, 169336, VP-5)
MADFOX 93 (P-8A, 169340, VP-5)
TIGER 06 (P-8A, 169336, VP-8)
TIGER 19 (P-8A, 169334, VP-8)
TALON 12 (P-8A, 168762, VP-16)
TALON 15 (P-8A, 168436, VP-16)
TALON 44 (P-8A, 168759, VP-16)
TALON 44 (P-8A, 168855, VP-16)
TALON 48 (P-8A, 168854, VP-16)
TALON 89 (P-8A, 168759, VP-16)
RIDER 69 (P-8A, 168854, VP-16)
TRIDENT 14 (P-8A, 169324, VP-26)
TRIDENT 40 (P-8A, 169003, VP-26)
TRIDENT 96 (P-8A, 168859, VP-26)
NAVY LL 800 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30)
NAVY LL 801 (P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 812 (P-8A, 169343, VP-30)
NAVY LL 815 (P-8A, 169338, VP-30)
NAVY LL 816 (P-8A, 169338, VP-30)
NAVY LL 817 (P-8A, 168432, VP-30)
NAVY LL 817 P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 818 (P-8A, 169335, VP-30)
NAVY LL 822 (P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 826 (P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 833 (P-8A, 169326, VP-30)
NAVY LL 836 (P-8A, 169326, VP-30)
NAVY LL 845 (P-8A, 169326, VP-30)
NAVY LL 848 (P-8A, 169326, VP-30)
NAVY LL 854 (P-8A, 169335, VP-30)
NAVY LL 855 (P-8A, 169343, VP-30)
NAVY LL 856 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30)
NAVY LL 869 (P-8A, 169338, VP-30)
NAVY LL 869 (P-8A, 169343, VP-30)
NAVY LL 881 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30)
NAVY LL 885 (P-8A, 169326, VP-30)
CONVOY 4282 (C-40A, 168980, VR-58)
CONVOY 4621 (C-40A, 165829, VR-58)
MAKO 18 (F/A-18, Fleet Readiness Center Southeast)
NAVY CD 1##/2## (T-45)

Charleston AFB
120.700 – Charleston App/Dep
135.800 – Charleston App/Dep
306.925 – Charleston App/Dep
379.925 – Charleston App/Dep
134.100 – Charleston AFB “PALMETTO Ops”
349.400 – Charleston AFB “PALMETTO Ops”
123.325 – Boeing Charleston

EAGLE 70 (C-17A, 07-7182, 15th AS)
REACH 1099 (C-17A, 02-1099, 437th/315th AW)
BOEING 002 (B786, N565ZC, Boeing Test)
GIANT 4131 (B747 LCF, N249BA, Atlas Air)
GIANT 4312 (B747 LCF, N718BA, Atlas Air)
GIANT 4516 (B747 LCF, N249BA, Atlas Air)
GIANT 4531 (B747 LCF, N718BA, Atlas Air)
GIANT 4351 (B747 LCF, N747BC, Atlas Air)
GIANT 4536 (B747 LCF, N249BA, Atlas Air)
GIANT 4536 (B747 LCF, N747BC, Atlas Air)
COAST GUARD 2311 (HC-144A, 2311, CGAS Miami)
KEYS 10 (C-26B?, 186th ARW?)

Shaw AFB
125.400 – Columbia App/Dep
318.100 – Columbia App/Dep
311.200 – 55th FS “SHOOTER Ops”
228.800 – 55th FS Air-to-Air
236.125 – 55th FS Air-to-Air

BRAG ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
DEATH ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
KILLER ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
SANTEE ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)

McEntire ANGB
125.400 – Columbia App/Dep
318.100 – Columbia App/Dep
298.300 – 169th FW “SWAMP FOX Ops”
141.825 – 169th FW V14
140.125 – 169th FW V15

MACE ## (F-16CM, 169th FW)
VIPER ## (F-16CM, 169th FW)

Robins AFB
293.525 – 116th/461st ACW “PEACHTREE Ops”
228.050 – JSTARS Discrete
276.075 – JSTARS Discrete
324.650 – JSTARS Discrete
346.675 – JSTARS Discrete
367.275 – JSTARS Discrete
372.150 – JSTARS Discrete
379.825 – JSTARS Discrete

KOMODO 04 (E-8C, 92-3290, 116th/461st ACW)
KOMODO 04 (E-8C, 96-0043, 116th/461st ACW)
KOMODO 04 (E-8C, 00-2000, 116th/461st ACW)
PEACH 99 (E-8C, 92-3290, 330th CTS)
PEACH 99 (E-8C, 96-0043, 116th/461st ACW)
PHENOM 06 (E-8C, 96-0043, 116th/461st ACW)
PHENOM 08 (E-8C, 00-2000, 116th/461st ACW)

Moody AFB
228.225 – Moody AFB “ANGEL Ops”
251.200 – 23rd FG Air-to-Air

SPARTA ## (A-10C, 23rd FG)
KING 15 (HC-130J, 13-5782, 71st RQS)
KING 21 (HC-130J, 13-5790, 71st RQS)
KING 03 (HC-130N, 90-2103, 39th RQS)
KING 15 (HC-130J, 09-5708, 79th RQS)

Ranges/Military Operating Areas
119.225 – Townsend Range/Coastal MOA
228.400 – Townsend Range/Coastal MOA
252.900 – Townsend Range/Coastal MOA

SEALORD (USN FACSFAC Jax)
120.950 – North Primary
133.950 – South Primary
284.500 – North Primary
267.500 – South Primary
313.700 – North Secondary
349.800 – W-137 Discrete
376.900 – W-137 Discrete

Doubleshot (W-161/177)
127.725 – DOUBLESHOT Primary
228.275 – DOUBLESHOT Primary
258.400 – W-161/177 Discrete
279.725 – W-161/177 Discrete

Miscellaneous
260.900 – NORAD Discrete
293.600 – NORAD Discrete
316.300 – NORAD Discrete
283.900 – AR-601
324.600 – AR-207
238.900 – Aerial Refueling
311.000 – MacDill AFB “LIGHTNING Ops”
148.125 (PL 107.2/$403) – SC CAP Repeater R21

BOLT 34 (KC-135R, 63-8887, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
BELGIAN AIR FORCE 612 (F900, CD01, 21 Sqn, Belgian Air Force)
BRAZILIAN AIR FORCE 2900 (C-767, 2900, Brazilian Air Force 2 GT)
COAST GUARD 101 (C-37A, 01, CGAS Washington)
COAST GUARD 2002 (HC-130J, 2002, CGAS Elizabeth City)
COAST GUARD 2005 (HC-130J, 2005, CGAS Elizabeth City)
CONGO 22 (T-1A, 92-0334, 451st FTS)
DINGO 81 (C-146, 15-3086, 492nd SOW)
DREW 50 (KC-135T, 58-0125, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
DRILLER 55 (G450, N556CH, Omni Air Transport)
EMPIRE 11 (F/A-18, VFA-106)
GOLDEN KNIGHT 608 (C-31A, 85-1608, US Army Golden Knights)
HUSTLER 02 (C-21A, 84-0075, 375th AW)
JENA 02 (B757, N119NA, FBI)
KATT 13 (T-6A, VT-10)
KING 01 (C-130H, 88-4401, 39th RQW?)
MEXICAN AIR FORCE 1 (B752, TP-02, Mexican Air Force CGTAP)
NATION 01 (KC-10A, 86-0035, 305th AMW)
NATION 26 (KC-135R, 63-7993, 121st ARW)
OMAHA 08 (B350, N108F, US DHS)
OMAHA 42 (P-3 AEW, N142CS, CBP)
OMAHA 44 (P-3 AEW, N144CS, CBP)
OMAHA 45 (P-3 AEW, N145CS, CBP)
OMAHA 49 (P-3 AEW, N149CS, CBP)
OMAHA 80 (P-3B, N480SK, US Customs)
PAT 022 (C-26B, 91-00506, OSACOM)
PIRAT 45 (KC-135R, 62-3575, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
RAWHIDE 71 (C-2A, 162142, VRC-40)
RAWHIDE 71 (C-2A, 162150, VRC-40)
RAWHIDE 72 (C-2A, 162150, VRC-40)
RAWHIDE 72 (C-2A, 162161, VRC-40)
REACH 114 (C-17A, 06-6161, 60th AMW)
REACH 141 (KC-135R, 63-8027, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
PAT 542 (C-26B, 91-00506, OSACOM)
REACH 565 (C-17A, 08-8196, 62nd AW)
REACH A612 (C-130J, 07-4638, 19th AW)
REACH A612 (C-130J, 11-5732, 317th AG)
SANDLAPPER ## (SC Civil Air Patrol)
SAM 209 (C-37B, 11-0550, 89th AW)
SAM 228 (C-37B, 11-0550, 89th AW)
SAM 271 (C-37A, 99-0404, 89th AW)
SAM 296 (C-37B, 11-0550, 89th AW)
AM 969 (C-37B, 09-0525, 89th AW)
SPAR 27 (C-37A, 01-0029, 6th AMW)
SPAR 29 (C-37A, 01-0029, 6th AMW)
SPAR 192 (C-21A, 84-0120, 119th Wing)
TERRA 98 (C-32B, 00-9001, 150th SOS)
VENUS 30 (C-40B, 01-0040, 89th AW)
WING 99 (C-12U, 84-24378, C/2-228 AVN)
ZAGS 82 (KC-135T, 58-0069, 92nd ARW)
LIFESTAR 1 (Bell 407, N407LS, Air Methods)
MEDUCARE 1/MEDEVAC 2MT (EC135, N425MT, Med-Trans Corp)
N133LN/LIFENET 4 (EC130, N133LN, Air Methods)
N239AE (Bell 206L-1, AirEvac 96 Jesup)
N269AE (Bell 206L-3, AirEvac 91 Vidalia)
N296AE (Bell 206L-1, AirEvac 95 Statesboro)
N409AE (Bell 206L-4, AirEvac 90 Douglas)

ARTCC
323.300/133.700 – Jax Center Baxley Low
254.325/125.375 – Jax Center Taylor Low
269.250/133.325 – Jax Center Ocala Low
269.550/124.700 – Jax Center Columbia Low
277.400/126.750 – Jax Center Brunswick Low
281.550 – Jax Center Georgetown High
282.200/124.675 – Jax Center Jekyll Low
282.300/135.975 – Jax Center Alma High
285.650/126.125 – Jax Center Statesboro High
290.350/132.425 – Jax Center Hunter Ultra High
290.400/132.300 – Jax Center Waycross Low
307.250/126.350 – Jax Center St. Augustine High
317.600/135.750 – Jax Center Cedar Key Low
319.200/127.875 – Jax Center Aiken High
351.700/124.075 – Jax Center Summerville High
363.200/132.925 – Jax Center Millen Low
379.100/127.950 – Jax Center Charleston Low
135.050 – Jax Center Meta Low/High

269.175/129.925 – Atlanta Center Burne High
273.600/123.950 – Atlanta Center Macon Low
290.375/125.825 – Atlanta Center Macon Ultra High
307.050/126.425 – Atlanta Center Dublin High
322.325/128.100 – Atlanta Center Augusta Low
353.925/125/375 – Atlanta Center Lanier High
360.750/134.500 – Atlanta South Departure Low

255.400/123.650 – FSS

USCG
156.8000 – Marine VHF Ch. 16
157.0500 – Marine VHF Ch. 21; Sector Charleston/Station Tybee
157.1000 – Marine VHF Ch. 22
162.3250 – USCG Net 111 (NAC 293); Sector Jacksonville
163.1375 – USCG Net 113 (NAC 293); Station Tybee
164.9000 – USCG Net 118 (NAC 293); Station Brunswick
412.9750 – USCG Net 409 (NAC 293); Sector Jacksonville
413.0000 – USCG Net 410 (NAC 293); Sector Charleston