Posts tagged Military Frequencies

Operation: Odyssey Dawn Pt. II

4169.0 kHz – NATO Net; Some voice and Link 11
4196.0 kHz – NATO Net (Primary); Very Active
5368.0 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
5725.0 kHz – UK Royal Navy
6688.0 kHz – French Air Force; Very Active
6690.0 kHz – Several players over No-Fly Zone
6712.0 kHz – French Air Force
6733.0 kHz – UK Royal Air Force
6761.0 kHz – USAF Global Aerial Refueling Operations
6877.0 kHz – USAF PsyOps from Commando Solo III
6884.0 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
9019.0 kHz – UK Royal Air Force
9031.0 kHz – UK Royal Air Force
9375.0 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
10125.0 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
10315.0 kHz – German Air Force?
10404.0 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
10405.0 kHz – USAF PsyOps from Commando Solo III
12311.0 kHz – French Air Force
14583.5 kHz – French Navy
16160.0 kHz – French Air Force

245.8500 MHz – UFO 10/11 SATCOM
260.0750 MHz – Sicral 1B SATCOM

 

Sources:
Global Tuners
HF Monitors
Milcom Monitoring Post
FMCNL

Operation: Odyssey Dawn

4169 kHz – Several players over No-Fly Zone
4196 kHz – Several players w/ NCS over No-Fly Zone
5368 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
6688 kHz – French Air Force ‘Very Busy’
6690 kHz – Several players over No-Fly Zone
6712 kHz – Mixed Use; Several Players
6761 kHz – Global Aerial Refueling Operations
6877 kHz – Reported PsyOps; possibly from Commando Solo III
6884 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
9375 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
10125 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network
10404 kHz – Libyan GMMRA ALE Network

 

Sources:
– Global Tuners
– HF Monitors
– Milcom Monitoring Post

Western S.F.V. Military Training Ops

I think I may have found the freqs we have all been looking for when the military does their training ops in the Western San Fernando Valley. A few years ago the Southern California Airspace Users Working Group coordinated with the FAA and came up with a group of frequencies for aircraft to use in designated training areas. If you have bought a sectional chart recently you may have noticed some of these freqs displayed over Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Long Beach and other areas around Southern California. The SCAUWG has a list of these practice area frequencies and charts available for viewing on their website.

http://www.scauwg.org/index.html
http://www.scauwg.org/PracticeAreas3.ppt

If you dont feel like viewing their page here are the freqs listed.
01. 122.7750 Santa Paula
02. 122.7750 Simi Valley
03. 122.7750 Santa Clarita
04. 121.9500 Palos Verdes
05. 121.9500 Long Beach
06. 123.3000 Santa Fe Springs
07. 123.3000 La Habra
08. 123.3000 Redlands
09. 123.3000 Cajon Pass
10. 123.5000 John Wayne
11. 123.5000 El Toro
12. 123.5000 Blockhouse
13. 123.5000 Lake Matthews

and if those come up blank try these

123.0250 Unicom | Air-Air
123.0500 Unicom | Air-Air | Heliports
123.4500 Air-Air Common
253.3000 Miramar Copters
253.6000 Miramar Copters
267.7000 HMM-161
303.0000 Air-Air Common
305.9000 Pendleton Copters
307.5000 HMLA-169 | HMLA-369
313.0000 HMM-163 | HMM-165 | HMM-166
359.5000 HMM-364

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