Monday, January 16, 2017

Bataan ARG Underway for Composite Training

Senior Chief Gunner's Mate James Hoppa, assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5), fires a shot line to make contact with the fleet replenishment oiler USNS Joshua Humphreys (T-AO 188) during a replenishment-at-sea.



ATLANTIC OCEAN  Senior Chief Gunner's Mate James Hoppa, assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5), fires a shot line to make contact with the fleet replenishment oiler USNS Joshua Humphreys (T-AO 188) during a replenishment-at-sea. Bataan is underway conducting composite training unit exercise with the Bataan Amphibious Ready Group in preparation for an upcoming deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Caleb Strong/Released)

Friday, January 13, 2017

JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, Travis AFB named next KC-46A locations


WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Air Force officials selected Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, New Jersey, and Travis Air Force Base, California, as the preferred locations for the next two active-duty-led KC-46A Pegasus bases.

Twenty-four KC-46A aircraft will replace the legacy aircraft currently at each of those bases.

“Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst and Travis AFB were chosen as the next two active-duty-led KC-46A bases because they meet all operational mission requirements at the best value for the Air Force and the American taxpayer and support our tanker recapitalization strategy," said Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James. "It is absolutely essential that we continue investing in the next generation of tanker aircraft so we have the aircraft necessary to maintain the nation's global reach for years to come."

Fairchild AFB, Washington, and Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, will be considered as reasonable alternatives during the environmental impact analysis process which is required before a final basing decision is made.

At this time, the Air Force is planning to divest the legacy tankers after growing the tanker fleet to meet its 479 tanker requirement. The timeline is dependent on the KC-46A delivery schedule, but it is not anticipated to reach sufficient KC-46A fleet size and begin legacy divestment at the first location until 2019.

“The KC-46 will afford combatant commanders extended refueling capabilities, improved global reach, and enable timely joint-service response to humanitarian crises and contingency operations around the world,” said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein. “In fact in the fight against (the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant), the Air Force and joint and coalition partners depend on gas from our tankers. In 2016, the coalition flew over 13,600 tanker sorties, fueling aircraft nearly 80,000 times, delivering about 800-million pounds of fuel.”

Altus AFB, Oklahoma; McConnell AFB, Kansas; Pease Air National Guard Station, New Hampshire; and Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina; have already been selected as future KC-46 basing locations. The first KC-46As are expected to begin arriving at McConnell and Altus AFBs in fall of 2017.

The KC-46A will provide improved capability, including boom and drogue refueling on the same sortie, worldwide navigation and communication, airlift capability on the entire main deck floor, receiver air refueling, improved force protection and survivability and multi-point air refueling capability.

Travis AFB and JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst currently host the McDonnell Douglas KC-10 Extender.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

New International Call Sign Handbook 5th Edition Now Available on Amazon


Ask any radio monitor what information they consider important during any monitoring session, and usually two items will top their list: frequencies and call signs. If you can hear activity on a particular frequency, unless you can fully identify the participants transmitting on that frequency, you can’t fully appreciate or document the traffic you are hearing.
With millions of radio stations furnishing a variety of communication services throughout the world, it is necessary that their transmissions carry distinctive call signs or identifiers. Call signs have a four-fold purpose: They may identify the nationality of the station, the agency operating a particular station, the type of station, and the identity of each individual station being heard on the monitored frequency.

The need for station identifications/call signs can easily be illustrated here in the United States, which leads all other countries in the use of the radio spectrum, that now has some 85 different kinds of radio services operated by the government, military and civilians entities, providing air, sea, land and space communication services. There are hundreds of thousands of stations on the air and call signs and other forms of identification help the radio monitor sort through the various stations that are heard.

A call sign is defined as any combination of alphanumeric characters or phonetically pronounceable characters (trigraph), which identifies a communications facility, a command, an authority, an activity or unit. To aid the radio monitor in their listening endeavors, the International Call Sign Handbook series of books/e-books has been published.

Teak Publishing is pleased to announce their latest Kindle e-book -- the fifth edition of International Call Sign Handbook by Amazon Bestselling author Larry Van Horn, N5FPW. This e-book represents the most comprehensive collection of military and government station identifications ever published for the radio listening hobby. It is the result of year’s research, study and monitoring the HF/VHF/UHF radio spectrum, by the author. Many different radio monitoring disciplines have been used to compile the listings in this book. If you monitor the HF, VHF or UHF radio spectrum, there is something in this book for you.

The information presented in this book has also been gathered through personal 

correspondence, material published in the former Monitoring Times magazine, various radio publications, newsletters, public domain government and private internet web sites, but most have been gathered the old fashioned way via on-the-air monitoring. In addition, we have received generous support and contributions from many individuals in the radio hobby.
In addition to international and military/government tactical call signs, other types of identifiers such as Automatic Link Establishment (ALE) and Mode-S aircraft addresses have been included in this e-book. There is a chapter that had basic introductory material, as well as chapters devoted to call sign / words used by the Department of Defense including the US. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. There are sections that cover the various Military Auxiliary Radio Services and the U.S. Air Force Civil Air Patrol auxiliary service.

There is also a chapter that covers call signs and ALE identifiers for the U.S. Coast Guard service. Sections in that chapter include a Coast Guard aircraft fleet list, miscellaneous U.S. coast guard calls, and also their international call signs.

Another large chapter covers various U.S. Government call signs. Sections in this chapter include the U.S. Custom and Border Patrol COTHEN radio system and ALE address list, plus call signs from the following department and agencies - Department of Commerce (DOC), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of the Interior (DOI), Department of the Interior (DOI) Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of State, Department of Transportation, Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Federal Communications Commission, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), General Services Administration (GSA), Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD), Miscellaneous Listings, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Communications System (NCS), and U.S. Marshal Service (USMS) service.

One of the larger chapters is devoted to an international / worldwide call signs list. We have a sampling of government and military call signs from 75 counties and international agencies.

The latest craze in aircraft military is decoding Mode-S/ICAO24 radio signals and is included in this book. Our list in this edition covers primarily government / military aircraft and introductory material on Mode-S monitoring.

The last chapter of this book contains a large list of resource information, useful in interpreting the individual entries listed in the book. Sections on U.S. Navy ship/squadron classifications; U.S. Coast Guard cutter designators; a massive list of abbreviations and acronyms that appear in the book; a comprehensive country abbreviation list; and the latest Table of Allocations of International Call signs from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) are included in the last chapter on the e-book.

The Teak Publishing 5th International Call Sign Handbook is now available for purchase worldwide from Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQWYDPX. The price for this e-Book edition is US$7.49. This book is being released internationally. Amazon customers in the United Kingdom, Germany, France Spain, Italy, Japan, India, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and Australia can order the e-Book from Amazon websites directly servicing these countries. All other countries can use the regular Amazon.com website.

You do not need to own a Kindle reader to read Amazon e-book publications. You can read any Kindle book with Amazon’s free reading apps. There are free Kindle reading apps for the Kindle Cloud Reader, Smartphones (iPhone, iTouch, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry); computer platforms (Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 and Mac); Tablets (iPad, Android and Windows 8), and, of course, all of the Kindle family of readers including the Kindle Fire series. A Kindle e-book allows you to buy your book once and read it anywhere. 

You can find additional details on these apps at this link on the Amazon website at www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000493771.
For additional information on this and other Teak Publishing radio hobby books, monitor the company sponsored Internet blogs – The Military Monitoring Post (http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/), The Btown Monitor Post (http://monitor-post.blogspot.com/) and The Shortwave Central (http://mt-shortwave.blogspot.com/) for availability of additional e-books that are currently in production.

Information on other publications by the author is available on the author’s page at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00G1QMO4C.

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 11 Jan 2017 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE5719 168981 ---   2017-01-11 22:42:08 C-40A United States USNR | VR-61 [KNUW]  0564  39000
AE0433 02-5001 ---   2017-01-11 22:34:09 C-32B United States USAF | 486FLTS [KVPS]  ---  37975
AE0976 165833 CNV4882  2017-01-11 21:54:10 C-40A United States USNR | VR-59 [KNFW]
AE04AD 99-0104 ---   2017-01-11 20:58:16 UC-35a1 United States USARC | A/2-228 AVN (TA) [KWRI ]
AE57C7 169002 ---   2017-01-11 20:54:11 P-8A United States USN |
AE06D9 163561 ---   2017-01-11 20:20:10 UC-12F United States USMC | VMR DET MIRAMAR [KNKX]
AE5719 168981 CNV4901  2017-01-11 19:46:09 C-40A United States USNR | VR-61 [KNUW]  0564  39000
AE08F8 84-24375 PAT562  2017-01-11 18:40:15 C-12U United States USARC | C/2-228 AVN (TA) [KFBG]
ADFF00 96-0112 ---   2017-01-11 18:26:22 C-12J United States USARMY | CARA AVN SECTION [KAPG]  1561  23000
AE11DD 76-1606 SNTRY60  2017-01-11 17:58:36 E-3C United States USAF | 552ACW [KTIK]
AE0596 59-1460 STEEL71  2017-01-11 16:52:13 KC-135T United States PA ANG | 171ARW [KPIT]  5734  27000
AE0471 57-1451 ---   2017-01-11 16:36:12 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
AE04DE 57-2597 SODA82  2017-01-11 16:36:11 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
AE1496 97-0201 ---   2017-01-11 16:34:20 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]  3501  29100
AE1496 97-0201 KOMODO4  2017-01-11 15:24:10 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]  3501  29100
AE0368 63-8013 ---   2017-01-11 15:22:18 KC-135R United States OH ANG | 121ARW [KLCK]
AE12B8 88-0193 TALON12  2017-01-11 04:36:06 MC-130H United States USAF | 1SOW | 15SOS [KHRT]
ADFE87 92-0552 ---   2017-01-11 02:40:05 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE596E 13-5785 ---   2017-01-11 02:00:11 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]
AE1211 03-0726 ---   2017-01-11 01:12:07 UC-35C United States USARC | 2-228 AVN
AE596E 13-5785 KING22  2017-01-11 00:16:21 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 10 Jan 2017 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

ADFE87 92-0552 COBB11  2017-01-10 23:24:12 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE10B3 01-0065 ---   2017-01-10 21:38:12 C-37A United States USAF | 15WG | 65AS [PHIK]
AE035B 58-0054 UPSET22  2017-01-10 20:42:27 KC-135T United States PA ANG | 171ARW [KPIT]
ADFDEA 94-6705 DAWG78  2017-01-10 20:12:10 C-130H United States WV ANG | 130AW | 130AS [KCRW]  7365  23900
AE03F8 84-0154 ---   2017-01-10 20:02:20 C-12U United States LA ARNG | OSACOM Det38 [KHDC]
AE11DD 76-1606 SNTRY06  2017-01-10 19:34:19 E-3C United States USAF | 552ACW [KTIK]  6250  32000
AE04DE 57-2597 SODA81  2017-01-10 18:26:26 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
AE13D1 04-1778 ---   2017-01-10 16:54:27 C-37B United States USARMY | OSACOM PATD [KADW]  ---  39500
AE0672 63-8014 REGAL22  2017-01-10 16:34:18 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB]  7010  36000
ADFEC1 96-0111 ---   2017-01-10 15:38:35 UC-35a1 ??? United States USARMY
AE57CC 169007 TIGER34  2017-01-10 15:22:29 P-8A United States USN |  ---  35000
AE13D1 04-1778 PAT78  2017-01-10 15:22:29 C-37B United States USARMY | OSACOM PATD [KADW]  ---  39500
AE4C61 10-0739 ---   2017-01-10 14:32:12 MC-12W United States 224thMIB
AE12B9 88-0194 TALON12  2017-01-10 02:22:07 MC-130H United States USAF | 58SOW | 550SOS [KIKR]
AE08BD 165968 ---   2017-01-10 01:52:03 T-6A United States USN | TW-6 [KNPA]
AE4E18 11-5727 KING21  2017-01-10 00:30:12 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Monitoring the 2017 Presidential Inauguration


The Capitol Hill Monitor (CHM) scanner group has posted their 8th CHM inaugural scanning guide and our most detailed ever by Ron Perron, David Schoenberger, Mike Peyton and edited by Alan Henney with contributions from Chris Parris, Larry Van Horn, anonymous and as noted. You can share your discoveries on the Scan-DC email list or on the DC Zello incident notification channel. The 12 page pdf document is available at http://henney.com/chm/0117/chm0117.pdf.

Exercise Facon Virgo to be conducted this week in Washington DC

From Greg Danes and the Scan-DC newsgroup:



The North American Aerospace Defense Command and its geographical component, the Continental United States NORAD Region, will conduct exercise Falcon Virgo 17-04 Tuesday night into Wednesday morning in the National Capital Region, Washington, D.C., with flights scheduled to take
place between approximately midnight and 2:30 a.m. (EST).

In the event of inclement weather, the exercise will take place the following morning. If bad weather continues, officials will then make a decision to postpone or cancel the exercise.

The exercise is comprised of a series of training flights held in coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Capital Region Coordination Center, the Joint Air Defense Operations Center, and the Eastern Air Defense Sector.

Exercise Falcon Virgo is designed to hone NORAD’s intercept and identification operations as well as operationally test the NCR Visual Warning System and training personnel at the JADOC. U.S. Air Force F-16 and C-21 aircraft, Civil Air Patrol C-182 aircraft, and a U.S. Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter will participate in the exercise.

These exercises are carefully planned and closely controlled to ensure CONR’s rapid response capability. NORAD has conducted exercise flights of this nature throughout the U.S. and Canada since the start of Operation Noble Eagle, the command’s response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11,
2001.

As the continental United States geographical component of the bi-national command NORAD, CONR provides airspace surveillance and control, and directs air sovereignty activities for the CONUS region. CONR and its assigned Air Force and Army assets throughout the country ensure air safety and security against potential air threats.

Since Sept. 11, 2001, CONR fighters have responded to more than 5,000 possible air threats in the United States and have flown approximately 68,000 sorties with the support of Airborne Warning and Control System and air-to-air-refueling aircraft.

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 9 Jan 2017 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE03E9 165161 ---   2017-01-09 22:26:07 C-130T United States USNR | VR-64 [KWRI]  ---  20000
AE03D1 164181 ---   2017-01-09 22:14:07 KC-130T United States USMCR | VMGR-452 [KSWF]
ADFE6C 91-1652 ---   2017-01-09 21:28:11 C-130H United States MO ANG | 139AW | 180AS [KSTJ]
AE4CFE 10-27030 GECKO 04  2017-01-09 20:42:16 C-27J United States ---
A1F496 N225LH N225LH  2017-01-09 20:14:17 C-12C Huron United States 20025
AE57BD 168857 TRDNT86  2017-01-09 20:14:16 P-8A United States USN | VP-26 [KNIP]  2242  25025
AE0816 00-0180 RCH150  2017-01-09 19:36:13 C-17A United States USAF | 62AW [KTCM]  3233  34000
AE0375 58-0042 KANZA90  2017-01-09 17:22:22 KC-135T United States USAF | 22ARW [KIAB]  6262  27000
A8657E N640CS 00000000  2017-01-09 17:06:24 737-400 United States US DOJ  ---  32975
AE05DE 87-9281 ---   2017-01-09 17:02:24 C-130H United States AFRC | 914AW | 328AS [KIAG]
AE0423 59-1505 SODA81  2017-01-09 16:52:15 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]  2260  34000
ADFC89 91-0101 ---   2017-01-09 16:40:12 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF | 479FTG | 451FTS [KNPA]
AE12BB 69-5828 FLIP33  2017-01-09 16:36:15 MC-130P United States USAF | 1SOW | 9SOS [KHRT]
ADFC8E 92-0333 ---   2017-01-09 16:28:11 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF | 479FTG | 451FTS [KNPA]
AE4CFE 10-27030 GECKO04  2017-01-09 14:52:11 C-27J United States ---
ADFEA4 96-7324 ---   2017-01-09 14:24:13 C-130H United States AFRC | 302AW | 731AS [KCOS]
AE5774 10-00259 ---   2017-01-09 12:20:08 C-12V United States ---
AE1198 03-3115 RCH111  2017-01-09 01:12:05 C-17A United States MS ANG | 172AW | 183AS [KJAN]
AE5774 10-00259 ---   2017-01-09 00:14:15 C-12V United States ---

Monday, January 09, 2017

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 6-8 Jan 2017 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

A1F496 N225LH N225LH  2017-01-08 22:46:07 C-12C Huron United States 21000
AE0814 00-0178 RHINO90  2017-01-08 20:06:09 C-17A United States AFRC | 445AW | 89AS [KFFO]
AE093D 01-0301 ---   2017-01-08 17:42:10 UC-35a1 United States US Army | OSACOM PATD [KADW]  1627  41000
A3D7B9 12-3047 HOUND92  2017-01-08 17:10:19 C-146A United States USAF | 27SOW | 524SOS [KCVS]  5764  13600
ADFD74 91-0504/91-0507 ---   2017-01-08 16:36:09 RC-26B United States WV ANG | 130AW | 130AS [KCRW]
040000 various ---   2017-01-08 13:48:12 various various Various
AE093B 00-1052 ---   2017-01-08 01:42:06 UC-35B United States US Army | OSACOM PATD [KADW]  1621  33450
ADFD7D 91-0513 ---   2017-01-08 00:38:06 C-26D United States SC ARNG |OSACOM DET-24

AE03DD 165353 ---   2017-01-07 21:52:08 KC-130T United States USMCR | VMGR-452 [KSWF]
AE4AF3 08-3178 AEGIS61  2017-01-07 02:12:04 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 317AG [KDYS]
AE49C7 09-9211 RCH266  2017-01-07 01:56:03 C-17A United States USAF | 62AW [KTCM]  6270  37000
ADFE5B 90-1792 JESSE 92  2017-01-07 00:08:07 C-130H United States MO ANG | 139AW | 180AS [KSTJ]

AE49C3 09-9207 RCH415  2017-01-06 21:44:09 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS]
AE0484 62-3509 BACKY93  2017-01-06 21:14:07 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB]  2413  41000
AE0437 96-6046 WOODY08  2017-01-06 21:08:08 CN-235 United States USAF | 427SOS [KPOB]  6273  27000
AE144A 05-5140 SLAM90  2017-01-06 20:56:12 C-17A United States AFRC | 452AMW | 729AS [KRIV]
AE1492 96-0042 PHENOM8  2017-01-06 19:58:12 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]
ADFE68 91-1237 DERBY32  2017-01-06 19:24:14 C-130H United States KY ANG | 123AW | 165AS [KSDF]
AE01AB 84-0072 SPAR293  2017-01-06 18:30:09 C-21A United States CT ANG | 103FW | 118FS [KBDL]  7424  36950
AE0227 86-0028 HOIST91  2017-01-06 18:00:14 KC-10A United States USAF | 305AMW [KWRI]  ---  24975
AE0814 00-0178 RHINO90  2017-01-06 17:06:17 C-17A United States AFRC | 445AW | 89AS [KFFO]  6747  35000
AE0225 85-0034 HOIST90  2017-01-06 16:48:11 KC-10A United States USAF | 305AMW [KWRI]  ---  25550
ADFEA7 96-1004 GOFER20  2017-01-06 16:40:07 C-130H United States MN ANG | 133AW | 109AS [KMSP]
AE148A 92-3289 ---   2017-01-06 02:22:07 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]
AE596E 13-5785 KING21  2017-01-06 01:44:10 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]
AE148A 92-3289 PEACH98  2017-01-06 00:56:09 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]
ADFE85 92-0550 RCH550  2017-01-06 00:29:46 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE4E17 11-5725 KING22  2017-01-06 00:29:33 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]

Friday, January 06, 2017

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 5 Jan 2017 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

040000 various ---   2017-01-05 23:34:07 various various Various
A437C2 N371CP ---   2017-01-05 22:12:08 CESSNA 182T US CIVIL AIR PATROL
ADFEC1 96-0111 ---   2017-01-05 21:52:04 UC-35a1 ??? United States USARMY  1556  37000
AE08F8 84-24375 MOHAWK99  2017-01-05 21:26:15 C-12U United States USARC | C/2-228 AVN (TA) [KFBG]  1621  26975
AE08FD 84-24380 ---   2017-01-05 21:00:09 C-12U United States USARC | A/2-228 AVN (TA) [KWRI ]  524  14075
00014A 163839 ---   2017-01-05 20:48:07 UC-12M United States USMC  2573  21475
AE08FD 84-24380 MOHWK78  2017-01-05 20:22:09 C-12U United States USARC | A/2-228 AVN (TA) [KWRI ]  524  14075
AE57C7 169002 VVLL868  2017-01-05 19:34:14 P-8A United States USN |  ---  19500
AE093D 01-0301 ---   2017-01-05 19:08:06 UC-35a1 United States US Army | OSACOM PATD [KADW]
AE4EC2 168757 TRDNT11  2017-01-05 19:02:32 P-8A United States USN | VP-30 [KNIP]  ---  27575
AE03DD 165353 ---   2017-01-05 18:54:26 KC-130T United States USMCR | VMGR-452 [KSWF]
ADFD74 91-0504/91-0507 ---   2017-01-05 18:44:10 RC-26B United States WV ANG | 130AW | 130AS [KCRW]  5630  16975
AE57CA 169005 TALON55  2017-01-05 17:52:11 P-8A United States USN |  ---  28000
AE05AC 63-8029 ---   2017-01-05 17:44:10 KC-135R United States NJ ANG | 108W | 141ARS [KWRI]
AE093C 00-1053 ---   2017-01-05 17:42:13 UC-35a1 United States US Army | OSACOM PATD [KADW]  5613  35375
AE05AC 63-8029 TOPCAT4  2017-01-05 16:58:25 KC-135R United States NJ ANG | 108W | 141ARS [KWRI]
ADFDB6 93-1036 COBB36  2017-01-05 16:48:06 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE06D1 161511 ---   2017-01-05 16:24:17 UC-12B ??? United States McGuire
ADFD7D 91-0513 ---   2017-01-05 15:54:29 C-26D United States SC ARNG |OSACOM DET-24
AE04AD 99-0104 ---   2017-01-05 14:22:57 UC-35a1 United States USARC | A/2-228 AVN (TA) [KWRI ]
AE1211 03-0726 ---   2017-01-05 14:18:50 UC-35C United States USARC | 2-228 AVN
ADFD86 94-0259 ---   2017-01-05 13:26:38 C-26D United States Det4/DC-ArNG
AE07B7 62-3528 BACKY95  2017-01-05 02:56:03 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB]
ADFD74 91-0504/91-0507 ---   2017-01-05 02:28:02 RC-26B United States WV ANG | 130AW | 130AS [KCRW]  1601  14900
AE04DB 57-1437 BACKY94  2017-01-05 02:10:10 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB]
AE54C6 11-5765 KING22  2017-01-05 00:28:26 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]
AE29FD 166694 CNV4422  2017-01-05 00:16:18 C-40A United States USNR | VR-56 [KNTU]  6716  41000