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Military North East Frequencies

PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 3:12 pm
by Dieselguzzler
Hello all,

Any of you guys in the Tyne & Wear region, can you post any frequencies you pick activity up on and frequency name please. Often see Hawks knocking around from Leeming and the occasional Typhoons from Coningsby.

What ATC are they in contact with after leaving base if they're in the North East?

Thanks all.

Re: Military North East Frequencies

PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:03 pm
by Dieselguzzler
Dieselguzzler wrote:Hello all,

Any of you guys in the Tyne & Wear region, can you post any frequencies you pick activity up on and frequency name please. Often see Hawks knocking around from Leeming and the occasional Typhoons from Coningsby.

What ATC are they in contact with after leaving base if they're in the North East?

Thanks all.


Evening guys,

Anyone offer any info yet?

Re: Military North East Frequencies

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:35 am
by Minus1
These will get you started:

Swanwick Mil (NE England)
135.075 VHF ICF (One tx at Rothwell in Lincs, may be others)
270.05 Rothwell
277.775 UHF ICF (One tx at Great Dun Fell in Cumbria, may be others)
284.675

Swanwick Mil (East)
259.6 (E ICF) Rothwell
275.65 (E) Rothwell

Swanwick Mil (Scotland)
134.3 VHF ICF (West)
135.925
136.375 VHF ICF (East)
282.625 UHF ICF
233.225
251.425
251.475
370.625

Newcastle Airport (relays 124.375, used by aircraft doing PDs at Newcastle)
284.6
Ideally you want this set up so you don't catch relayed transmissions of civil traffic from the ground, but just transmissions direct from military aircraft. Whether you can do that depends on where you are from the airport.

You can get "Hotspur" (ASACS at RAF Boulmer) on over a hundred possible frequencies.

And then there is the possibility of navy ships out at sea.

Check out http://milscanners.org for more info on military aviation.

Re: Military North East Frequencies

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 9:23 am
by thelad
As you are in such a big rush why not search the forum and find the thread that has a nice big list of the Uk Mil.

Re: Military North East Frequencies

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:16 pm
by Dieselguzzler
thelad wrote:As you are in such a big rush why not search the forum and find the thread that has a nice big list of the Uk Mil.


I was asking for frequencies which forum members frequently hear activity on, thanks anyway

Re: Military North East Frequencies

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:20 pm
by Dieselguzzler
Minus1 wrote:These will get you started:

Swanwick Mil (NE England)
135.075 VHF ICF (One tx at Rothwell in Lincs, may be others)
270.05 Rothwell
277.775 UHF ICF (One tx at Great Dun Fell in Cumbria, may be others)
284.675

Swanwick Mil (East)
259.6 (E ICF) Rothwell
275.65 (E) Rothwell

Swanwick Mil (Scotland)
134.3 VHF ICF (West)
135.925
136.375 VHF ICF (East)
282.625 UHF ICF
233.225
251.425
251.475
370.625

Newcastle Airport (relays 124.375, used by aircraft doing PDs at Newcastle)
284.6
Ideally you want this set up so you don't catch relayed transmissions of civil traffic from the ground, but just transmissions direct from military aircraft. Whether you can do that depends on where you are from the airport.

You can get "Hotspur" (ASACS at RAF Boulmer) on over a hundred possible frequencies.

And then there is the possibility of navy ships out at sea.

Check out http://milscanners.org for more info on military aviation.


Thanks Minus1