A few weeks back, I wrote that it seemed that VMFA-312 at MCAS Beaufort were using new Tac (air-to-air) frequencies. After listening for a few weeks, it became obvious that they weren’t. Except for that one catch of them using different frequencies, they used their usual frequencies of 301.950 (Tac 1) and 320.300 (Tac 2) afterwards. I have to think that they were using frequencies from an exercise they had participated in or perhaps frequencies used while they were temporarily operating out of another location.
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