January Blog Update: No MilCom Recap, New Air-to-Air Frequencies, Moody AFB Update

As I posted on social media a few days ago, I won’t be doing a January MilCom Recap or Mode-S log. I’ve been busy with work, was down with the sinuses, and have also been busy trying to get ready for a vacation trip next week. In the meantime, there are some updates to pass along regarding some new USAF or ANG air-to-air frequencies, an MCAS Beaufort air-to-air, and a MilAir page update for Moody AFB.

Over the holidays, the 125th FW was heard working with the 20th FW in the Bulldog MOA in Central/East Georgia. During that activity, both Jim (also here inGA) and I heard some new air-to-air frequencies in use. Jim as identified them as 125th FW air-to-air frequencies while I’m leaning toward them being new 20th FW frequencies; either way, they were definitely in use and it will be worth listening to them to confirm an ID on them. Those new frequencies are 228.275, 236.150, 262.000, and 267.600.

A South Florida source passed on via the blog’s Facebook page that VMFA-251 was heard using 267.250 while working at NAS Key West over the holidays. That’s one that I haven’t heard used by VMFA-251 or any unit at MCAS Beaufort before, but I’ve programmed it in my radios and will be listening out for it in the future.

Finally, a while back a very reliable source passed on some Moody AFB information but I haven’t had the chance to do anything with it until recently. That information has been incorporated into this blog’s MilAir page.

Next week, I’ll be traveling through South Carolina so keep an eye out for travel and mobile scanning posts.  Hopefully, I’ll be able to figure out some more about those new USAF air-to-air frequencies during my travels…

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I’d like to thank those that passed on information over the course of the year and I hope you’ll continue to support this blog with your efforts.

 

 

MCAS Beaufort F/A-18 and F-35 Squadron Frequency Changes

Brunswick – The USMC MAG-31 F/A-18 squadrons and the F-35B FRS squadron at MCAS Beaufort have recently undergone a number of air-to-air and Base frequency changes, leading to an update of my Milair page, but I thought I would also make those changes a blog post as well. A basic overview is that VMFA-115 has changed their Base (squadron ops) frequency and have a possible new air-to-air frequency, VMFA(AW)-224 changed one of their air-to-air frequencies, VMFA-251 changed one of their air-to-air frequencies, VMFA-312 has changed their Base and air-to-air frequencies, and VMFA(AW)-553 has changed one of their air-to-air frequencies. The changes are detailed below:

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CHECK 61/62 (F/A-18C, VMFA-312) over the Savannah NWR while on approach to Savannah-Hilton Head Airport

MCAS Beaufort
119.050/342.875 – Tower
269.125/123.700 – Beaufort Approach/Departure
292.125/125.125 – Beaufort Approach/Departure
281.800 – Base Ops
264.500 – PMSV

VMFA-115
Aircraft: F/A-18
Callsign: BLADE
283.400 – VMFA-115 Base
339.500 – VMFA-115 Tac 1
225.675 – VMFA-115 Tac 2
274.500 – VMFA-115 Tac 3
225.875 – Possible new VMFA-115 Tac

VMFA(AW)-224
Aircraft: F/A-18D
Callsign: BENGAL
305.800 – VMFA(AW)-224 Base
228.300 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 1
258.900 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 2
336.225 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 3

VMFA-251
Aircraft: F/A-18C
Callsign: TBOLT
313.800 – VMFA-251 Base
251.400 – VMFA-251 Tac 1
327.475 – VMFA-251 Tac 2
376.425 – VMFA-251 Tac 3

VMFA-312
Aircraft: F/A-18C
Callsign: CHECK
262.700 – VMFA-312 Base
299.275 – VMFA-312 Tac 1
289.275 – VMFA-312 Tac 2

VMFAT-501
Aircraft: F-35B
Callsign: SWEDE, WARLORD
343.200 – VMFAT-501 Base
326.700 – VMFAT-501 Tac 1
349.225 – VMFAT-501 Tac 2
341.825 – VMFAT-501 Tac 3

VMFA(AW)-533
Aircraft: F/A-18D
Callsign: HAWK
310.200 – VMFA(AW)-533 Base
234.075 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 1
299.300 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 2
348.825 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 3

Savannah, GA to Clarkesville, GA Road Trip Scanning Report; 5/6 March 2018

Clarkesville, GA – On Monday and Tuesday I had to make a trip up to Clarkesville, GA for work; it’s an almost five-hour drive from Savannah, so it was good to have the radios in the car to keep me company on the way up. My route of travel was I-16 westbound from Savannah to US 1 in Swainsboro to SR 17 in Wrens to overnight in Lavonia and the to Clarkesville via SR17 on Tuesday morning. The trip home on Tuesday evening was a reverse of the trip up. The route took me through an area along SR 17 that featured a lot of public safety DMR trunking systems as well as some NXDN systems, so it was a great opportunity to get some more experience with DMR and listen to some NXDN traffic for the first time. During the trip, I used a Uniden Home Patrol 2, a Uniden BCD436HP, a Whistler TRX-1, and a Yaesu FT-8800 transceiver.

The Whistler TRX-1 definitely outperformed the Uniden BCD436HP on DMR, especially when all of the DMR TRS parameters were unknown. Although I haven’t been particularly pleased with the TRX-1 on 700/800 MHz P25 trunking, I was definitely pleased with its VHF DMR and NXDN performance during this trip. The audio from both DMR and NXDN was crisp, clear, and perfectly readable.

 

Amateur Radio

With the exception of one 70cm repeater, all of the repeaters I heard active during the trip were 2 Meter repeaters. It seemed that throughout the trip I was within the range of at least one repeater at all times. In hindsight, as well as I was hearing public safety traffic from the South Carolina counties bordering Georgia, I probably should have programmed in some repeaters from the South Carolina side of the Georgia/South Carolina border; the next time I make this trip I plan on doing so.

146.790 (CSQ) – Swainsboro (Emanuel Co)
147.000 (PL 156.7) – Twin City (Emanuel Co)
145.190 (PL 71.9) – Appling (Columbia Co)
147.120 (CSQ) – Wrens (Jefferson Co)
146.625 (CSQ) – Elberton (Elbert Co)
146.835 (CSQ) – Thomson (McDuffie Co)
146.715 (PL 100.0) – Lavonia (Franklin Co)
145.250 (PL 71.9) – Toccoa (Stephens Co)
147.330 (PL 127.3) – Toccoa (Stephens Co)
442.500 (PL 88.5) – Toccoa (Stephens Co)
147.180 (CSQ) – Baldwin (Banks/Habersham Co)

 

Public Safety

If you’re going to travel up SR 17 through east Georgia and/or northeast Georgia and want to monitor public safety communications along the way, you’ll want to use a DMR capable scanner or you may miss a considerable amount of traffic. Although some counties simulcast primary dispatch for Fire/EMS communications on an analog frequency, far more traffic is on the DMR and in some instances NXDN systems in Banks, Habersham, Jefferson, Lincoln, McDuffie (encrypted), Stephens (encrypted) Washington, and White (encrypted except for Dispatch) counties

Local Conventional/Single Frequency TRS
154.3250 (PL 146.2) – Banks County FD Dispatch
154.0100 (PL 173.8) – Burke County FD/EMS Dispatch
154.2200 (PL 179.9) – Elbert County FD Dispatch
154.3700 (PL 167.9) – Franklin County FD Dispatch
155.3100 (PL 186.2) – Habersham FD Dispatch (Simulcast with DMR TRS)
154.2350 (PL 156.7) – Habersham EMS Dispatch (Simulcast with DMR TRS)
156.1650 (PL 97.4) – Clarkesville FD Dispatch (Habersham Co)
154.2950 (PL 218.1) – Madison County EMS Dispatch
154.3850 (PL 103.5) – Madison County FD Dispatch
151.4075 (NXDN) – McDuffie County FD; enc
154.4300 (PL 146.2) – Rabun County FD Dispatch
155.2050 (PL 100.0) – Rabun EMS/Rabun Hospital
155.6625 (PL 192.8) – Rabun County 911
154.2500 (PL 85.4) – Stephens County FD Dispatch
155.715 (CSQ) – White County FD Dispatch (simulcast with NXDN)
152.5325 (NXDN CC 15, TG 154600, SL 1) – White Co FD Dispatch South; enc/unenc
152.5475 (NXDN CC 15, TG 154600, SL 1) – White Co FD Dispatch North; enc/unenc
154.4450 (PL 210.7) – Wilkes County FD Dispatch
154.0100 (PL 179.9) – Abbeville County FD FD 1 (SC)
153.9500 (PL 151.4) – Anderson County FD Dispatch (SC)
155.5650 (D 464) – Anderson City FD Dispatch (Anderson Co, SC)
156.1950 (PL 162.2) – Belton FD (Anderson Co, SC)
158.8050 (D 464) – Honea Path FD (Anderson Co, SC)
154.1300 (PL 103.5) – Oconee County FD Dispatch (SC)
150.8050 (PL 103.5) – Oconee County FD Tac (SC)
453.4000 (PL 136.5) – Jackson County FD Dispatch (NC)

State Conventional
159.1200 (PL 127.3) – Georgia Forestry District 1 Repeater

Banks County NXDN TRS
TG 80 – Banks County Fire/EMS Dispatch

Bulloch TRS
TG 2224 – Statesboro FD Dispatch

Habersham County DMR TRS
TG 100 – unknown
TG 152 – unknown
TG 180 – unknown
TG 300 – Fire/EMS Dispatch
TG 602 – unknown
TG 604 – School Bus Dispatch

Jefferson County DMR TRS
TG 109 – Jefferson County FD Dispatch
TG 115 – Public Works?
TG 116 – Public Works?

Washington County DMR TRS
TG 42 – unknown
TG 700 – unknown

Palmetto 25 (Richmond County, GA)
TG 55242 – Richmond County FD Tac 2

North Carolina VIPER TRS
TG 52109 – NC Wildlife Resources District 9

 

FedCom

For those interested in FedCom monitoring, there are a number of agencies in east and northeast Georgia to listen to. East Georgia offers some opportunities with from the US Army Corps of Engineers at Strom Thurmond Lake and the Department of Energy from the Savannah River Site TRS.  Northeast Georgia offers opportunities from the National Park Service at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the US Forestry Service at several National Forests.

Conventional FedCom
169.5500 ($4C5) – NPS, Great Smoky Mountains Natl Park, Clingman’s Dome
170.8375 ($4C5) – NPS, Great Smoky Mountains Natl Park, Fry Mountain
173.5375 ($100) – USACE, Strom Thurmond Lake
171.5500 (PL 103.5) – USFS, Nantahala Natl Forest Zone 2 East

Savannah River Site TRS
TG 48240 – Savannah River Site FD
TG 48592 – unknown
TG 48624 – unknown
TG 49072 – unknown
TG 49392 – unknown (enc)
TG 50032 – unknown

 

Aviation/MilCom

I didn’t hear nearly as much MilCom traveling through east and northeast Georgia as I normally do in coastal Georgia, but you do have great signals on the Bulldog MOA in East Georgia as you’re practically underneath the MOA in some areas. I was hoping to get some signals on the Fort Gordon sites of the US Army TRS, but it wasn’t to be, I never heard a bit of it. On the other hand, I was within easy range of Augusta Regional Airport and Fort Gordon related aircraft that were using it. You’re also within the range of Shaw AFB, McEntire JNGB, and Charleston AFB during parts of the trip.

If you’re interested in civilian aviation, you’re in great luck as you’ll be on the east and northeast sides of Atlanta’s airspace, making it an extremely target rich environment. As far as the airports along the route go, all of them with the exception of Augusta Regional use Unicom frequencies, although Athens does have an approach/departure frequency before aircraft switch to its airport’s Unicom frequency.

339.500 – VMFA-115 Tac 1
225.675 – VMFA-115 Tac 2
258.900 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 2
349.225 – VMFAT-501 Tac 2
341.825 – VMFAT-501 Tac 3
354.325 – MAG-31, VMFT-401 Air-to-Air
361.800 – MAG-31, VMFT-401 Air-to-Air

318.100 – Columbia, SC Approach/Departure
141.900 – 55th FS Air-to-Air

318.100 – Columbia, SC Approach/Departure
298.300 – 169th FW Ops
141.825 – 169th FW V14

132.475 – Athens Approach/Departure
122.950 – Unicom; Athens

118.700 – Augusta Regional Tower
119.150 – Augusta Approach/Departure
126.800 – Augusta Approach/Departure

119.300 – Charleston Approach/Departure
120.700 – Charleston Approach/Departure

124.200 – Atlanta Approach/Departure, Warner Robins/Macon
293.525 – 116th/461st ACW “PEACHTREE Ops”

122.700 – Unicom; Cornelia/Washington/Wrens/Oconee
122.800 – Unicom; Toccoa/Jefferson/Thomson/Elberton
122.900 – Unicom; Canon/Waynesboro/Louisville/Millen
123.000 – Unicom; Sandersville
123.075 – Unicom; Gainesville
123.600 – Unicom; Anderson, SC

119.375 – ZTL Macon High
120.425 – ZTL Georgia High
120.450 – ZTL Tiroe Low
121.350 – ZTL Logen Low
123.950 – ZTL Sinca Low
124.325 – ZTL Clark Hill Ultra High
124.375 – ZTL Lanier High
124.425 – ZTL Charlotte High
124.875 – ZTL Allatoona Ultra High
125.025 – ZTL High Rock Ultra High
125.575 – ZTL LaGrange High
125.625 – ZTL Spartanburg High
125.825 – ZTL Hampton Ultra High
126.425 – ZTL Dublin High
126.675 – ZTL Crossville High
128.100 – ZTL Augusta Low
129.925 – ZTL Burne High
132.050 – ZTL Dalas Low
132.625 – ZTL Shine Low
132.975 – ZTL Pulaski High
133.100 – ZTL Departure North
133.150 – ZTL Locas Low
133.175 – ZTL Rocket High
133.600 – ZTL Hinch Mountain Low
134.075 – ZTL Blue Ridge Ultra High
134.500 – ZTL South Departure Low
134.550 – ZTL Moped Low
134.800 – ZTL Commerce Ultra Low
135.350 – ZTL Unarm Low
263.125 – ZTL Unarm Low
269.100 – ZTL Spartanburg High
269.175 – ZTL Burne High
269.625 – ZTL Sinca Low
291.750 – ZTL High Rock Ultra High
296.600 – ZTL Lawtey Ultra High
322.325 – ZTL Augusta Low
353.925 – ZTL Lanier High
360.750 – ZTL South Departure Low

343.750 – Bulldog MOA

284.500 – SEALORD North Primary
349.800 – W-137 Discrete
376.900 – W-137 Discrete

364.200 – NORAD AICC

324.600 – AR-207

 

If it wouldn’t have been such a quick trip, 600 miles over two days, it would have been a wonderful road trip, but as it was it wasn’t all that bad. Getting to see the mountains was quite the departure from the normal coast scenes of coastal Georgia. While in northeast Georgia, I took the opportunity to visit both the Currahee Museum in Toccoa and Tugaloo State Park between Toccoa and Lavonia; I’ll have a post up about that later. I definitely want to get back up to northeast Georgia and spend some more time, so it’s been added to my vacation to-do-list.

 

 

177th Fighter Wing F-16s at the Savannah Air Dominance Center

3706903_300x300Savannah – Over the weekend, F-16Cs from the 177th Fighter Wing, New Jersey ANG arrived at the Air Dominance Center (ADC) at the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport. In a pleasant surprise, I heard six of them arrive around lunchtime on Sunday as a flight of four and a flight of two. DECOY 47 (C-17A, 02-1107, 62nd AW) departed Savannah IAP on Sunday afternoon, so I’m wondering if it may have been supporting the F-16’s arrival. Spotter reports put nine 177th FW F-16s and a Vermont ANG F-16 at the ADC. Callsigns and frequencies heard so far are:

 

SATAN – F-16C, 177th FW
SPAWN – F-16C, 177th FW

138.450 – 177th FW Air-to-Air
140.200 – 177th FW Air-to-Air

 

SPAWN flight checked in on 237.000, the ADC CP/Ops frequency just before their arrival, but I didn’t catch the name of the Ops they checked in with. Usually, units spend two weeks here when they come for training, so hopefully, we can expect the 177th FW to hang around for a couple of weeks. A check of my logs and notes indicate that this is the first time, I’ve heard the 177th FW visit Savannah, so I’ll be looking forward to getting to listen to them while they’re here.

 

Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; February 2018

I didn’t have a lot of radio time in February, so February’s logs aren’t as robust as January’s were. Sentry Savannah continued out of the Savannah Air Dominance Center with the 43rd FS, 2nd FTS, VFA-103, 125th FW, and 159th FW. The MAG-31 MDTC at MCAS Beaufort also wrapped up in February.

 

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
38.150 – 1/169 AVN “HURRICANE Ops”
345.000 – USCG AirSta Savannah Ops
157.175 – Marine VHF Ch 83, CGAS Savannah MX Control

ARMY 03746 (MH-47G, 04-03746, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03753 (MH-47G, 04-03753, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03754 (MH-47G, 05-03754, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03755 (MH-47G, 05-03755, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 03781 (MH-47G, 08-03781, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20018 (MH-60M, 05-20018, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20209 (MH-60M, 09-20209, 3-160 SOAR)
ARMY 20222 (MH-60M, 3-160 SOAR?)
ELVIS 22 (MC-12S, 11-00265, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 06 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 21 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 22 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 23 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 23 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224 MI Bn)
SHADY 24 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 25 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 29 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 31 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224 MI Bn)
SHADY 51 (MC-12S-2, 09-00642, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 51 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 58 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 64 (MC-12S, 11-00268, 224th MI Bn)
SHADY 85 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224 MI Bn)
SHADY 92 (MC-12S-2, 10-00742, 224 MI Bn)
GUARD 08079 (CH-47F, 10-08079, 1/169 AVN)
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)
HUSKER 33 (KC-135R, 59-1495, 155th ARW)
SODA 55 (KC-135R, 59-1505, 134th ARW)

 

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”
225.050 – 165th AW Air-to-Air
173.5625 – 165th AW MOC (NAC 302)
237.000 – ADC Ops; 43rd FS Ops
256.750 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
288.900 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
290.675 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
352.100 – 43rd FS Air-to-Air
290.000 – Old VMFA-251 Tac 1; 2nd FTS Ops
320.600 – 2nd FTS Air-to-Air
350.675 – North TACTS Range; VFA-143 Base
268.500 – VFA-143 Tac
314.300 – VFA-143 Tac
357.000 – VFA-143 Tac
123.200 – WCM9, Gulfstream Aerospace
128.925 – Gulfstream Service Center
130.375 – Signature Flight Support

DAWG 10 (C-130H, C-130H3, 93-1561, 165th AW)
DAWG 61 (C-130H3, 93-1561, 165th AW)
DAWG 99 (C-130H, 165th AW)
GULFTEST 11 (G600, N601GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 28 (G150, N325HD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 45 (G650, N283GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 58 (G500, N503G, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 69 (G650, N316GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 92 (G650, N294GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 93 (G650, N315GA, Gulfstream Aerospace)
GULFTEST 96 (G550, N573GD, Gulfstream Aerospace)
RAPTOR ## (F-22A, 43rd FS)
SAVAGE ## (F-22A, 43rd FS)
STINGER ## (F-22A, 43rd FS)
BEAGLE ## (T-38, 2nd FTS)
HOUND ## (T-38, 2nd FTS)
GRIFFIN ## (F/A-18E, VFA-143)
TAPROOM ## (F/A-18E, VFA-143)
FANG ## (F-15C, 125th FW)
JAZZ ## (F-15C, 159th FW)
SIEGE 3# (F-15E, 334th FS)
COAST GUARD 101 (C-37A, 01, CGAS Washington)

 

Sentry Savannah
288.400 – NORAD Discrete; Check In
293.600 – NORAD Discrete; Blue Air
316.300 – NORAD Discrete; Red Air
265.400 – NORAD Discrete; Aerial Refueling
278.000 – Aerial Refueling

 

Fort Stewart/Wright AAF
127.350 – Marne Radio
279.625 – Marne Radio
126.250 – Wright AAF Tower
269.275 – Wright AAF Tower

 

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
238.400 – VMFA-115 Base
339.500 – VMFA-115 Tac 1
225.675 – VMFA-115 Tac 2
305.800 – VMFA(AW)-224 Base
228.300 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 1
258.900 – VMFA(AW)-224 Tac 2
310.200 – VMFA(AW)-533 Base
299.300 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 2
348.825 – VMFA(AW)-533 Tac 3
343.200 – VMFAT-501 Base
326.700 – VMFAT-501 Tac 1
349.225 – VMFAT-501 Tac 2
341.825 – VMFAT-501 Tac 3
318.300 – MAG-31 MDTC “KAISER Base”
327.475 – MAG-31 MDTC Air-to-Air
361.800 – VMFA-112 Air-to-Air (old VMFA-115 Base)
268.300 – VMFT-401 Tac
300.550 – VMFT-401 Tac

BLADE 2# (F/A-18A+, VMFA-115)
BENGAL 4# (F/A-18D, VMFA-224)
HAWK 8#, 9# (F/A-18D, VMFA-533)
SWEDE ## (F-35B, VMFAT-501)
LATCH ## (F/A-18, MAG-31 MDTC)
COWBOY ## (F/A-18A+, VMFA-112)
SNIPER ## (F-5N, VMFT-401)

 

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

FANG 0# (F-15C, 125th FW)
GATOR 0# (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

LANCER 14 (P-8A, 168433, VP-10)
LANCER 89 (P-8A, 168431, VP-10)
TALON 12 (P-8A, 168762, VP-16)
TALON 19 (P-8A, 168860, VP-16)
TRIDENT 13 (P-8A, 168848, VP-26)
TRIDENT 86 (P-8A, 168430, VP-26)
NAVY LL 800 (P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 800 (P-8A, 169002, VP-30)
NAVY LL 806 (P-8A, 168429, VP-30)
NAVY LL 812 (P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 822 (P-8A, 169326, VP-30)
NAVY LL 826 (P-8A, 169002, VP-30)
NAVY LL 827 (P-8A, 168856, VP-30)
NAVY LL 855 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30)
NAVY LL 860 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30)
NAVY LL 873 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30)
RIDER 02 (P-8A, 168852, VP-30?)
PELICAN 18 (P-8A, 169000, VP-45)
PELICAN 21 (P-8A, 168435, VP-45)
NAVY LT 621 (P-3C, 161129?, VP-62)
CONVOY 4013 (C-40A, 166696, VR-58)
CONVOY 4053 (C-40A, 165829, VR-58)
CONVOY 4543 (C-40A, 165832, VR-58)
CONVOY 4396 (C-40A, 165829, VR-58)

 

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

BRONZE 04 (C-17A, 03-3124, 437th/315th AW)
REACH 022 (C-17A, 10-0222, 437th/315th AW)
BOEING 191 (B787, N24974, United Airlines)

 

Shaw AFB
125.400 – Columbia App/Dep
318.100 – Columbia App/Dep
311.200 – 55th FS “SHOOTER Ops”
141.900 – 55th FS Air-to-Air
320.525 – 79th FS “TIGER Ops”
138.150 – 79th FS Air-to-Air
141.150 – 79th FS Air-to-Air

CONAN ## (F-16CM, 55th FS)
BOOKER ## (F-16CM, 79th FS)
MADCAT ## (F-16CM, 79th FS)
PROWL (F-16CM, 79th 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”

DRACO 06 (E-8C, 02-9111, 116th/461st ACW)
PEACH 91 (E-8C, 02-9111, 116th/461st ACW)
PEACH 99 (E-8C, 92-3289, 116th/461st ACW)
STARGATE (E-8C backend, 330th CTS)
VULTURE (E-8C backend, 330th CTS)

 

Ranges/Military Operating Areas
228.400 – Townsend Range/Coastal MOA
343.750 – Bulldog MOA
254.300 – Gamecock C MOA
350.300 – Gamecock C MOA
264.700 – Poinsett Range

 

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
293.600 – NORAD Discrete
316.300 – NORAD Discrete
293.700 – Aerial Refueling, MAG-31/916th ARW
314.200 – 908th AW Air-to-Air

AMBUSH 51 (F/A-18, VFC-12)
ARMY 30726 (UC-35C, 03-00726, 2-228th AVN)
ARMY 90104 (UC-35B, 99-00104, A/2-228 AVN)
BACKY 11/12 (KC-135R, 916th ARW)
BLUE 51 (KC-135T, 59-1480, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
BOLT 05 (KC-135R, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
CANFORCE 0476 (CP-140, 140118, 407 Sqn)
COAST GUARD 2303 (HC-144A, 2303, CGAS Cape Cod)
CONVOY 4134 (C-40A, 165830, VR-59)
CONVOY 4633 (C-40A, 166694, VR-56)
DRAGNET VICTOR (E-3, 966th ACCS)
DRAGNET UNIFORM (E-3, 966th ACCS)
GECKO 21 (C-27J, 10-27029, US Army)
HANK 60 flight (C-130H, 908th AW)
HOIST 89 (KC-10A, 86-0027, 305th AMW)
HOUND 42 (C-146A, 11-3097/N307EF, 27th SOW/Sierra Nevada Corp)
LION 11 (F/A-18F, VFA-213)
MARINE 200 (C-37B, 166377, VR-1)
NAVY 700 (C-37B, 166376, VR-1)
NAVY BJ 551 (MH-53E, 164773, HM-14)
PAT 322 (C-12V, 94-00322, OSACOM)
PAT 487 (C-26B, 91-00506, OSACOM)
PIONEER 27 (P-8A, 167955, VX-1)
PIRAT 12 (KC-135R, 60-0320, 6th AMW/927th AMW)
PIRAT 24 (KC-135T, 58-0046, 6th AMW/927th ARW)
RAWHIDE 51 (C-2A, 162172, VRC-40)
RAWHIDE 55 (C-2A, 162144, VRC-40)
REACH 135T (C-17A, 06-6155, 60th AMW)
REACH A612 (C-130J, 15-5828, 19th AW)
SAM 761 (C-37A, 97-0401, 89th AW)
SCORE 75 (P-8A, 167953, VX-20)
SCREWTOP 31 (E-2C, VAW-123)
SPAR 33 (C-37A, 01-0028, 6th AMW)
SPAR 35 (C-37A, 01-0030, 6th AMW)
TALON 12 (MC-130H, 88-0194, 15th SOS)
VICTORY 91 (F/A-18F, VFA-103)
WING 13 (UC-35A, 96-0107, C/2-228 AVN)
LIFESTAR 1 (Bell 407GX, N208AM, Air Methods)
N239AE (Bell 206L-1, AirEvac 96 Jesup)
N269AE (Bell 206L-3, AirEvac 91 Vidalia)
N41299 (AS350, Air Methods LifeNet 4)

 

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

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

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