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Deprecated 
Military Trunked Radio System


NameScott Air Force Base VHF
OwnerU.S. Air Force
Owner TypeMilitary
CityMascoutah
CountySt. Clair
StateIllinois
CountryUnited States

System Details
BandMilitary VHF
TypeMotorola Type II SmartZone w/Project 25 Exclusive
IDB209
Connect Tone97.3
P25 NAC094

System-specific links
DatabaseFCC Site Map
State Forum
Military Forum
RR Site Map

Other Resources
Trunktracking
FAQ


Military FAQ
Trunktracking
Glossary


Military Glossary

Wiki FAQMediaWiki
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NOTE: This system has been marked as deprecated in the RRDB.

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System Notes

  • Monitored METNAV (Airfield Systems) maintenance doing ground checks on one of the ILS systems at Scott AFB. Used METNAV 1 and METNAV 2 callsigns.
  • As of March 2008, MedStar Ambulance Service is the provider of EMS for the 375th Airlift Wing. Scott Medical Center closed inpatient service and emergency room functions in October 2006. Military ambulance service capability also was terminated, resulting in a requirement for a contract with a civilian ambulance service company.

Known Users

  • Scott Air Force Base

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