Red Arrows whereabouts

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Re: Red Arrows whereabouts

Postby Neil57uk » Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:42 pm

A Newcastle based member of a FB group also reported 242.200 today. Tornados using callsign Mankini.

Agree with comments about not trusting lists. No matter how well meaning many are more wrong than right for the reasons explained.
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Re: Red Arrows whereabouts

Postby RadioWatcher » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:44 am

Regarding this post, i had the radio on at the same time. he was mistaken who posted this to North East UK PMR, DMR and Scanner Users group on Facebook.

As he had Tornado callsign Monster flight - Martini is what he heard.

RAF Marham
231.5250 I2(B) / 31 Ops "Oxide"/"Norvik / Martini"- - October 2017

31 Sqn
Indicum
Monster
Primus
Voodoo
Marham **
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Re: Red Arrows whereabouts

Postby thelad » Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:08 am

Maybe it was the Reds practicing for a night display.

TL.
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Re: Red Arrows whereabouts

Postby Neil57uk » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:31 am

Great correction Ben. Just proves the point that a well meaning post was wrong as he mis-heard what was being said.

Still laughing at thelads intervention. Thought that they have a secret frequency for night displays?
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Re: Red Arrows whereabouts

Postby biggles » Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:59 pm

242.2 definitely a Marham 9 squadron air to air and entirely possible that your listening to Marham Tornado comms from N. Ireland as they often operate in pairs (or more) over West Wales.
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