Re: TTR Test and San Diego sonic boom

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Message posted by Joerg (Webmaster) (Member since 10/17/2000) on June 09, 2021 at 0:46:39 PST:

Attached is the scanner audio of last night's mission (likely in R-4806W) on 371.200 between 1:50am and 3:50am. Ramrod (mission) and Coffee Tree (airspace) with Sabre 01 (from Groom), Sabre 31 (Groom chopper) and Sabre 91 (from TTR).

Sabre 91 is the mission aircraft. It is one of the Beech Janets, N654BA. It was last seen on 5/14 enroute to TTR. since then it was likely prepped for last night's mission.

There are references to "Timber sweet", so much of the mission likely was on Have Quick or another secure channel.

"Camaro" refers to an electronic system that generates the "Music". That may be a jamming signal or some other sort of electronic counter measure.

There was a round trip flight of N662BA (Janet 02) that coincides with the beginning and end of the mission. It likely brought mission support crew to TTR, or possibly VIPs.

Not sure yet what all that means, but it was probably of some significance to justify tying up one of the Beech Janets for almost a month and having another one make a night run to TTR.

Attached link: Scanner audio: Sabre 91 from TTR on 371.200MHz

In Reply to: TTR Test and San Diego sonic boom posted by Night Stalker on June 08, 2021 at 23:43:02 PST:


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