Milcom Web Pages and Mailing Lists
From The RadioReference Wiki
- FAA Graphic TFRs (Temporary Flight Restrictions)
- NTIA Frequency Allocations
- Special Use Airspace and ATC Assigned Airspace
- Always check the Radio Reference DB for information first.
- Michigan Military Activity (RR Forum) Thread
- Traffic in and around a Military Operations Area can often be heard; check out the Wikipedia for more information about MOAs.
- Scramble on the web
- SoCalMilCom Blog Rather old information; some might still be useful
- Be sure to check for data specific to your state. Start by selecting your state from the Collaboration Gateway
- Are you interested in tracking flights? See our ADS-B article.
- Air National Guard and Army National Guard bases and training centers.
- Always check out the UHF frequencies for your local ARTCC center
- Civil Air Patrol communications
- Coronet Missions
- Drug Interdiction Frequencies
- Military Monitoring Glossary A page with definitions for abbreviations and terms used on the air
- Navy-Wide National Enterprise Land Mobile Radio System (ELMR)
- If you have one in your area, a TRACON is also another source of activity
- United States Coast Guard
- US Military data in our wiki
- See the 'US Military And Associated' topic on this Page
- US Naval Vessels
- See this Dropbox site for the AP1/A, AP1/B and numerous charts.
- The Spectrum Monitor
- UK Airband Frequency Guide
Geographic Focused Wikis
- Delmarva Milcom Monitoring Covers the DC, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia areas
- Gulf States Milcom
- Michigan MilAir Reference
- Military data in the wiki from other countries
- Scan New England Note: offsite wiki
Mailing Lists and Social
- Mailing Lists
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