MilAir scanning – put your ears in the cockpit!
Today's guest, Michael Man, is a big fan of Military Air monitoring. Since he lives close to a few training facilities, MilAir Scanning is one of this favorite past times.
What you need to know
MilAir Scanning is different depending on where it is you live.
Michael is lucky enough to live near several practice areas where he can listen to dog fights, refueling exercises, and other ground exercises.
Any scanner that can monitor the MilAir bands and a good outdoor antenna is all that is needed to enjoy MilAir Scanning.
MilAir VHF Frequencies:
118 MHz -136 MHz (AM and FM)
MilAir UHF Frequencies:
225 MHz – 380 MHz (AM)
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