Mode S and radio logs for February 4th. All times are in GMT. Entries highlighted in red were heard on the radio. Scroll waaaay over to the right to view notes, frequencies, etc. First sheet is military only, second sheet is everything I picked up. Heard some air-air from the Swedish Gripens inbound to Bangor from Offutt.
My logs from a period between February 3rd and 4th. I’m working on a new format. I’ve eliminated the Mode A hits, as they mostly just took up space. I’ll manually add an entry back in when I get a confirmed hit of a mil aircraft on Mode A. I was away from the radios the past couple days, so everything’s Mode S. All times are GMT, and hopefully by tomorrow I’ll have it worked back to a 0000-0000 time period. There’s a lot more detail in these logs, although for the most part it applies to civil flights. Speaking of civil flights, I’m working in flags for the various carriers – it will be a bit before I catch up and get them all in. I also didn’t have time to suss out the routing on the mil flights, but that will be back soon as well. Don’t forget to click to the second sheet to view the new and improved complete logs there.
Logs from 02FEB. All times are GMT.
Things are back to a relative quiet here. Today’s logs are the standard mix of radio comms and Modes A, C, and S. All times are GMT.
Logs from the 27th and 28th of January. Includes radio as well as Mode A, C, and S. All times are GMT. High point was the BLUE tankers escorting a flight of 6 F-22′s, call signs TREND21-26 into Pease from Lajes. They stayed overnight and departed on the morning of the 28th for Holloman AFB in New Mexico. Lots of locals got a good view of them as they flew low over New Hampshire and southern Maine.
— Ron(@ronstang07) January 28, 2013