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Message posted by Gregos on February 02, 2019 at 6:40:35 PST:

Yeah you're right on the money. The first Heavies (Tankers, then AWACS, then Bombers, etc) depart at 1pm local time. So far I've seen two different USAF AWACs 79-0002 callsign Sentry41 and 75-0558 callsign Disco01. Disco is the usual callsign for Red Flag. The RAF AWACS AEW is ZH101 with rumor of a second ZH103 callsign Copper37 although ZH103 has not shown up on the ADS-B virtual RADAR website: https://global.adsbexchange.com/VirtualRadar/desktop.html

This "remote spotter" is in bed for the night sortie! LOL.

**The term "Heavy" is used for aircraft over 300,000 lbs / 136 metric tons to alert of heavy wake turbulence. The Airbus A380 uses the designation "Super." Lufthansa Super Three Two Niner...


In Reply to: Re: Notams Red Flag posted by Joerg (Webmaster) on February 01, 2019 at 21:01:48 PST:

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