Sunday, August 19, 2018

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 18 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

7101A1 HZ-MS4A MEDVC4A 2018-08-18 20:16:06 Gulfstream 450 Saudi Arabia Saudi Armed Forces Med Services 7111 41000
ADFC84 91-0096 --- 2018-08-18 19:12:09 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF 1103 21850
AE10BC 01-0193 RCH800 2018-08-18 18:58:06 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS] 1074 32000
AE10C0 01-0197 EPIC81 2018-08-18 18:34:08 C-17A United States NC ANG | 145AW | 156AS [KCLT]
924924 163919 --- 2018-08-18 18:06:09 E-6B United States USN | SCW-1 [KTIK]
AE13C3 04-3749 --- 2018-08-18 16:58:08 T-6A United States USAF | 14FTW | 37FTS [KCBM]
AE1749 06-3855 --- 2018-08-18 16:50:09 T-6A United States USAF | 14FTW | 41FTS [KCBM]
7103F5 HZ-MS5B MEDVC5B 2018-08-18 04:08:10 Gulfstream V Saudi Arabia Saudi Armed Forces Med Services --- 45000

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 17 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE1744 06-3850 --- 2018-08-17 22:04:07 T-6A United States USAF
AE4BDE 10-5701 --- 2018-08-17 22:02:07 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 317AW [KDYS]
AE1749 06-3855 --- 2018-08-17 21:58:08 T-6A United States USAF | 14FTW | 41FTS [KCBM]
AE4E0F 11-5734 GLEAN41 2018-08-17 21:32:10 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 19AW [KLRF]
ADFEB7 98-0001 VENUS91 2018-08-17 21:22:08 C-32A United States USAF | 89AW | 1AS [KADW] 7463 35000
ADFEB5 74-0787 FLASH21 2018-08-17 21:20:07 E-4B United States USAF | 55WG | 1ACCS [KOFF]
AE4BDD 10-5700 GLEAN42 2018-08-17 21:06:12 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 317AW [KDYS]
AE07FA 97-0048 --- 2018-08-17 20:14:12 C-17A United States AFRC | 445AW | 89AS [KFFO] --- 36000
AE03FD 84-0144 --- 2018-08-17 20:06:12 C-12C United States --- 2146 28075
AE015F 58-0119 SPUR51 2018-08-17 19:56:13 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
AE1192 166474 LOBO474 2018-08-17 19:16:06 UC-35D United States USMC | VMR-1 [KNKT] --- 39000
AE059F 61-0294 --- 2018-08-17 18:42:21 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB] 0541 39000
AE52E9 ------ --- 2018-08-17 17:50:08 CH-47F United States ---
AE025E 61-0264 --- 2018-08-17 16:30:12 KC-135R United States OH ANG | 121ARW [KLCK] 6757 26900
AE07FA 97-0048 RHINO93 2018-08-17 16:26:11 C-17A United States AFRC | 445AW | 89AS [KFFO] --- 36000
AE5E01 ------ --- 2018-08-17 15:48:08 ------ United States --- 5203 26000
AE025E 61-0264 EDDIE41 2018-08-17 15:46:16 KC-135R United States OH ANG | 121ARW [KLCK] 6757 26900
AE04A0 99-1933 BATON53 2018-08-17 15:34:13 EC-130J United States PA ANG | 193SOW | 193SOS [KMDT]
AE03FD 84-0144 PAT892 2018-08-17 15:04:12 C-12C United States --- 2146 28075
AE059F 61-0294 BACKY52 2018-08-17 14:52:10 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB] 0541 39000
AE04DE 57-2597 --- 2018-08-17 14:52:10 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
AE07D3 90-0534 BRONZE8 2018-08-17 14:48:11 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS] 3057 32000
AE07D5 92-3291 ELVIS67 2018-08-17 14:34:14 C-17A United States TN ANG | 164AW | 155AS [KMEM]
ADFE87 92-0552 --- 2018-08-17 14:30:16 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE0488 62-3577 BACKY77 2018-08-17 14:28:11 KC-135R United States AFRC | 916ARW | 77ARS [KGSB]
AE54C3 14-0066 ??? --- 2018-08-17 13:28:13 T-6D United States ---
AE1211 03-0726 WING53 2018-08-17 12:30:20 UC-35C United States USARC | 2-228 AVN
AE07BD 62-3568 BOLT41 2018-08-17 01:44:07 KC-135R United States USAF | 6AMW | 91ARS [KMCF]
AE1259 89-0280 OPUS 22 2018-08-17 01:34:09 MC-130 United States USAF | 58SOW | 550SOS [KIKR]
AE54D4 12-5772 SHADO72 2018-08-17 01:00:09 AC-130J United States USAF | 1 SOG | Det 2 [KHRT] 0757 16825
ADFE85 92-0550 --- 2018-08-17 00:54:10 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE5C65 169339 MADFOX5 2018-08-17 00:10:09 P-8A United States USN | 3201 28000

Russian Bombers Approach Alaska 16 Aug

Tupolev Tu-160 RF-94109 courtesy of Alex Beltyukov
Two Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack Russian supersonic long-range nuclear bombers conducted drills in an area near Alaska "for the first time in history," demonstrating that Russia can deploy heavy bombers close to the US, the Russian Ministry of Defense revealed Thursday. 

The Tu-160 bombers, which can carry six standard cruise missiles and 12 short-range nuclear missiles and fly at speeds greater than two times the speed of sound, were accompanied by Tu-95MS strategic bombers and Il-78 tankers during the exercises, according to The Moscow Times. A total of ten Russian aircraft reportedly participated in the drills.

The Tu-160 bombers reportedly flew more than 4,000 miles from their home base in Saratov in southwestern Russia to Anadyr on the Chukotka Peninsula, which faces Alaska across the Bering Strait, the Associated Press reported.

Under the command of Lieutenant-General Sergei Kobylash, the bombers practiced striking targets at Komi range before taking off across the Arctic Ocean. The two aircraft crews refueled in mid-air and then returned to their home base.

While the latest flight was the first time Tu-160 bombers, production of which was restarted to boost foreign patrols in response to an increase in regional tensions, have ventured close to Alaska, it is not the first time Russian bombers have done so.

In May, two US Air Force F-22 stealth fighter jets intercepted two Tupolev Tu-95 Russian nuclear-capable bombers that came within 55 miles of Alaska's west coast, The Washington Free Beacon first reported. The bomber flights announced Thursday come amid escalating tensions between the US and Russia.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 16 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE0061 66-4343 --- 2018-08-16 22:56:07 T-38C United States 90thFTS
AE04AA 99-0101 R90101 2018-08-16 20:08:07 UC-35a1 United States USARC | C/6-52 AVN (TA) DET-1 [KGRK] 5620 40000
AE5773 10-00257 --- 2018-08-16 17:38:13 C-12V United States ---
040000 various --- 2018-08-16 17:34:11 various various Various
AE10C0 01-0197 EPIC81 2018-08-16 17:26:15 C-17A United States NC ANG | 145AW | 156AS [KCLT]
AE016D 84-0075 SPAR956 2018-08-16 17:22:16 C-21A United States USAF | 375AW | 457AS [KADW]
AE07DB 93-0601 RHINO90 2018-08-16 16:48:10 C-17A United States USAF | 62AW [KTCM]
AE03FC 84-0176 PAT176 2018-08-16 16:48:10 C-12U United States USARMY --- 16750
AE20CA 07-7189 PRIME04 2018-08-16 16:40:07 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS] 1543 27000
AE035B 58-0054 STEEL62 2018-08-16 15:48:06 KC-135T United States PA ANG | 171ARW [KPIT] --- 27000
AE07D4 90-0535 --- 2018-08-16 15:44:08 C-17A United States AFRC | 445AW | 89AS [KFFO]
ADFCD8 94-0121 --- 2018-08-16 15:20:05 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF | 12FTW | 99FTS [KRND] 5241 14800
ADFD76 91-0506 --- 2018-08-16 15:04:09 C-26E United States CO ARNG | OSACOM DET-33 [KBKF]
AE1D29 160290/92 ??? --- 2018-08-16 14:58:18 P-3C United States ---
AE1498 00-2000 PEACH03 2018-08-16 14:40:07 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]
AE07D4 90-0535 RHINO91 2018-08-16 14:22:27 C-17A United States AFRC | 445AW | 89AS [KFFO]
AE04AD 99-0104 --- 2018-08-16 13:54:24 UC-35a1 United States USARC | A/2-228 AVN (TA) [KWRI ]
AE119A 03-3117 E33117 2018-08-16 02:44:06 C-17A United States MS ANG | 172AW | 183AS [KJAN]
AE119A 03-3117 E33117 2018-08-16 02:44:06 C-17A United States MS ANG | 172AW | 183AS [KJAN]
AE54D2 12-5769 KING21 2018-08-16 02:28:09 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]
AE1498 00-2000 PHENOM06 2018-08-16 01:40:05 E-8C United States GA ANG | 116ACW [KWRB]
AE12C5 87-0125 TALON18 2018-08-16 00:42:29 MC-130H United States USAF | 1SOW | 15SOS [KHRT]

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Russian Kosmos-2519/2521/2523 Orbital Update

Jonathan's Space Report No. 751 (dated 2018 July 28) carried the following update on the Russian Kosmos 2519/2521/2523 satellite mission:

"Kosmos-2519/2521/2523
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The Russian inspector satellite experiment launched in 2017 continues. From Jun 27 to Jul 19 the host satellite Kosmos-2519 made a series of burns which changed its orbit from 644 x 659 km to 318 x 664 km. Kosmos-2521 appears to have made a single burn on Jul 20 to go from 346 x 362 km to 292 x 348 km. Kosmos-2523 remains in the 553 x 665 km orbit into which it was ejected last October.

Here are the latest Kep Element Sets for these three Russian Kosmos satellites

Cosmos 2519
1 42798U 17037A 18227.83847320 +.00008401 +00000-0 +13141-3 0 9999 2 42798 097.8574 290.5655 0252817 189.0749 170.5872 15.25318837061726

Cosmos 2521
1 42919U 17037D   18227.99328067 +.00028277 +27996-5 +11649-3 0  9995
2 42919 097.8965 308.5881 0036387 352.8598 187.4510 15.85331655053681

Cosmos 2523
1 42986U 17037E   18227.87186024 -.00000104 +00000-0 -46220-5 0  9999
2 42986 097.8488 292.5974 0078825 349.4636 010.4923 14.86503274043048


  Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC  

British expert: Russian satellites-killer began to move

Image result for kosmos 2521
I happen to think that it is the most fascinating Russian mission since the demise of the Soviet Union - Phillip Clark
From WeapoNews.com

A British expert on Russian and American space programs Phillip Clark noticed that the Russian secret space satellite "Cosmos-2521" slowly began to maneuver about the "Space-2519", which is the last three months, almost did not move, reports "Lenty" with reference to the bis spaceflight magazine as shown by the tracking distance between the spacecraft for about a week periodically decreased and increased. By the time of this writing, there was a tendency to reduce the distance between the satellites, says expert the Russian secret spacecraft "Kosmos-2519" launched on 23 June 2017 from Plesetsk on a light carrier rocket "Soyuz-2. 1 b" upper stage "Volga". Two months later he separated the satellite inspector "Space-2521". In October 2017, it was reported that the space forces of Russia successfully tested a maneuvering satellite "Cosmos-2521". The tests for the management of military satellite maneuvering tested terrestrial and orbital communications, proven methods of ballistic calculations and software.

Also confirmed the ability to automatically undock the satellite from platform to remote control his flight and use of onboard equipment. Such satellites-the killer in the future is not only to monitor other devices, but also intercept them, should become an element of the Russian orbital constellation, fulfilling a moderating role in the military space race.

Blog Editor Note: Phillip Clarke was a member of my Satellite Times magazine staff. He is one of the world's leading experts in the Russian and Chinese space programs.

Phillip Clark comments on the article on 2018-05-14 ? 14:43:25

Despite what the original Russian article said, I have never claimed to be an expert about the American space programme! My areas of expertise are the Russian and Chinese programmes. My first Cosmos 2519 et al review was published - after some delays - in the British Interplanetary Society's "Spaceflight" magazine for June 2018, and I plan to send in a second article at the start of July. I am attending the Society's Sino-Russian Technical Forum conference on June 2nd-3rd and on the first of these days I am giving a presentation about the Cosmos 2519-2521-2523 mission: I happen to think that it is the most fascinating Russian mission since the demise of the Soviet Union.

Russia accused of testing a ‘killer satellite’ in orbit!

From news.com.au by James Seidel
ALARM bells are ringing inside the Pentagon as it tracks a Russian satellite’s “very abnormal behaviour”, amid concerns it could be used for sinister means.
It’s small. It's nimble. It’s doing strange things over our heads. And Russia's new Kosmos 2521 satellite has the potential to bring the world’s economy to its knees.
“We don’t know for certain what it is and there is no way to verify it,” State Department assistant secretary Yleem Poblete told a conference this week. “But Russian intentions with respect to this satellite are unclear and are obviously a very troubling development — particularly, when considered in concert with statements by Russia’s Space Force Commander.”
She said its manoeuvres indicated it could be an anti-satellite weapon.
And this has dire implications: Vital services such as the internet, television, telephone and GPS all rely on satellites. As does a swath of other services — such as weather forecasting and firefighting.
“In October of last year the Russian Ministry of Defense deployed a space object they claimed was a ‘space apparatus inspector.’ But its behaviour on-orbit was inconsistent with anything seen before from on-orbit inspection or space situational awareness capabilities, including other Russian inspection satellite activities,” Ms Poblete told a conference on disarmament in Switzerland.
Moscow immediately dismissed her comments.
he State Department’s fears were “the same unfounded, slanderous accusations based on suspicions, on suppositions and so on,” Russian diplomat Alexander Deynko told Reuters.
But Russia’s Space Force Commander has already stated publicly it is developing “new prototypes” of space weapons.
Is this one of them?
hatever the case, the Pentagon is clearly rattled.
“Although US space systems have historically maintained a technological advantage over those of potential adversaries, those potential adversaries are now actively developing way to deny our use of space in a crisis,” a US Department of Defence report released earlier this month reads.
BATTLING IN ORBIT
While Ms Poblete did not specify which Russian satellite she was talking about, military analysts believe it was one of a set launched on June 23. A month later, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced it had launched “a small-sized spacecraft has separated from a space platform in order to inspect condition of the Russian satellite.”
Kosmos 2521 was believed deployed from another satellite, Kosmos 2519. Close by is another satellite, Kosmos 2523.
Exactly what these Russian satellites have been doing that is “very troubling” is unknown.
But Moscow has reportedly been investing heavily in obtaining the ability for a satellite to move around in orbit and interact with other satellites. This could give it the ability to attach spy equipment to an opponent’s satellite, push it out of alignment, distort its signals, damage it, destroy it — or even potentially capture it.
Destroying a satellite, however, poses immense risks for all space flight activities. Fragments can cannon about above the Earth’s atmosphere for centuries — striking other satellites, and adding their wreckage to the deadly debris fields.
For this reason, the world’s militaries have been looking at ‘non-kinetic’ methods of putting satellites out of service.
This can involve the use of lasers or microwave guns to fry delicate electronics, or jam its signals. And the testing of any such technology would be difficult to discern from simple mechanical failures from the ground.
WEAPONISING SPACE
Russia is working on more than just space-based satellite warfare. It has also deployed, for the first time, ground-based laser batteries aimed at taking the down prying eyes above.
“The Russian Ministry of Defense recently announced that its Space Troops have received a mobile laser system which Vladimir Putin announced to the world on March 1 of this year. Russia’s leader himself alluded to space weapons being ‘more acceptable in the political and military respect’,” Ms Poblete said.
This refers to the Peresvet system President Vladimir Putin referred to when he announced six new ‘super weapons’ to the world earlier this year. The laser is mobile, networking generators, sensors and command-and-control systems packed on the back of trucks.
The laser is claimed to have the ability to shoot-down ballistic missiles in their orbital phase, as well as satellites.
Russia’s space agency Roscosmos is also attempting to ‘weaponise’ a telescope. It wants “an optic detection system which includes a solid-state laser and a transmit/receive adaptive optical system.”
It argues the laser cannon would be able to locate and identify space junk before slagging it.
It argues that there are already 22,000 dead satellites and large pieces of debris being tracked in orbit. In total, estimates place the amount of objects floating around up there at 170 million pieces.
Chinese researchers have also been exploring the use of lasers in space, with the potential of a space-based system being investigated earlier this year.
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Satellite specifics from Gunter's Space Page:
Cosmos 2521 - The Russian Sputnik Inspektor satellite is an experimental satellite inspector launched on the third flight of the Soyuz-2-1v Volga launch vehicle. It was deployed by the Kosmos 2519 main satellite.
on 23 August 2017. Likely it conducts proximity operation with the main satellite.

Kosmos 2521 (Sputnik Inspektor) 2017-037D 23.06.2017 Pl LC-43/4 Soyuz-2-1v Volga with Kosmos 2519, Kosmos 2523 ?

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 15 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

ABA78C 08-0850 --- 2018-08-15 21:28:07 U-28A United States USAF | 27SOW | 318SOS [KCVS]
AE040F 162784 --- 2018-08-15 20:48:09 E-6B United States USN | SCW-1 [KTIK]
AE04AD 99-0104 --- 2018-08-15 18:22:13 UC-35a1 United States USARC | A/2-228 AVN (TA) [KWRI ]
AE4AE6 09-0015 --- 2018-08-15 16:44:10 C-32A United States USAF | 89AW | 1AS [KADW]
AE025C 58-0034 DREW31 2018-08-15 15:52:08 KC-135R United States USAF | 6AMW | 927ARW [KMCF]
AE07E5 95-0102 PRIME01 2018-08-15 15:44:08 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS]
AE0471 57-1451 SODA81 2018-08-15 15:08:11 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
ADFE87 92-0552 --- 2018-08-15 14:44:07 C-130H United States AFRC | 94AW | 700AS [KMGE]
AE5C64 169338 VVLL832 2018-08-15 13:50:26 P-8A United States USN | 6635 36000
AE4EC7 168762 TALON21 2018-08-15 13:50:26 P-8A United States USN | VP-16 [KNIP] 0710 34000
AE1527 167111 RANGR17 2018-08-15 05:22:11 KC-130J United States USMC | VMGR-234 [KNFW]
AE4D66 10-0213 RCH965 2018-08-15 03:22:05 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS] 3664 35000
AE54D2 12-5769 KING21 2018-08-15 01:40:07 HC-130J United States USAF | 23 Wing | 71RQS [KVAD]
A6EAE9 97-3093 --- 2018-08-15 01:40:06 C-146A United States USAF | 492SOW | 524SOS [KEGI] --- 18250
AE12C5 87-0125 TALON18 2018-08-15 00:46:05 MC-130H United States USAF | 1SOW | 15SOS [KHRT]

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 14 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE0500 59-1495 --- 2018-08-14 23:38:06 KC-135R United States NE ANG | 155ARW | 173ARS [KLNK]
AE5C60 169334 VVLL866 2018-08-14 23:32:04 P-8A United States USN | VP-30 [KNIP] 3346 27900
AE0500 59-1495 SODA91 2018-08-14 22:36:08 KC-135R United States NE ANG | 155ARW | 173ARS [KLNK]
AE5772 10-00256 --- 2018-08-14 22:30:07 C-12V United States ---
AC8997 11-3104 DINGO82 2018-08-14 22:12:08 C-146A United States USAF | 492SOW | 524SOS [KEGI] --- 25025
A6EAE9 97-3093 DINGO81 2018-08-14 21:24:05 C-146A United States USAF | 492SOW | 524SOS [KEGI] --- 18250
ADFCD8 94-0121 --- 2018-08-14 18:48:07 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF | 12FTW | 99FTS [KRND]
ADFC79 91-0085 --- 2018-08-14 18:28:11 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF | 479FTG | 451FTS [KNPA]
AE49C8 09-9212 --- 2018-08-14 16:34:10 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS]
AE0154 63-8045 PIRAT02 2018-08-14 16:22:20 KC-135R United States USAF | 92ARW [KSKA]
ADFEB5 74-0787 FLASH21 2018-08-14 16:10:10 E-4B United States USAF | 55WG | 1ACCS [KOFF]
AE4AE6 09-0015 --- 2018-08-14 16:04:09 C-32A United States USAF | 89AW | 1AS [KADW] 3623 28025
A85F6E N639CS 11B 2018-08-14 15:50:14 Boeing 737 4Y0 United States United States Marshals Service 7101 33025
AE07E7 95-0104 RCH561 2018-08-14 15:48:12 C-17A United States TN ANG | 164AW | 155AS [KMEM]

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 13 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE5C58 169326 VVLL827 2018-08-13 23:02:07 P-8A United States USN | VP-30 [KNIP] --- 32000
AE12C5 87-0125 TALON18 2018-08-13 22:10:08 MC-130H United States USAF | 1SOW | 15SOS [KHRT]
AE5C60 169334 VVLL828 2018-08-13 21:20:05 P-8A United States USN | VP-30 [KNIP] --- 32000
AE10BC 01-0193 VOLT15 2018-08-13 20:32:09 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS] --- 35000
AAAAAA Various --- 2018-08-13 18:54:12 Various Various ---
ADFC8E 92-0333 --- 2018-08-13 18:52:07 T-1A Jayhawk United States USAF | 479FTG | 451FTS [KNPA]
AE07D5 92-3291 ELVIS22 2018-08-13 17:36:06 C-17A United States TN ANG | 164AW | 155AS [KMEM]
AE0365 61-0314 DREW50 2018-08-13 17:32:08 KC-135R United States USAF | 6AMW | 927ARW [KMCF]
AE0318 74-1691 --- 2018-08-13 17:02:15 C-130H United States USAF | 19AW [KLRF]
000001 Various HORNET21 2018-08-13 17:00:13 Various VARIOUS ---
AE1242 04-4137 BOE37 2018-08-13 16:56:10 C-17A United States USAF | 305AMW | 6AS [KWRI]
AE03F4 84-0145 PAT255 2018-08-13 16:54:15 C-12U United States DE ARNG | OSACOM DET-7 --- 26000
AE54C3 14-0066 ??? --- 2018-08-13 16:30:11 T-6D United States --- 1523 27100
AE0471 57-1451 SODA55 2018-08-13 16:10:10 KC-135R United States TN ANG | 134ARW | 151ARS [KTYS]
AE119A 03-3117 E33117 2018-08-13 16:08:08 C-17A United States MS ANG | 172AW | 183AS [KJAN]
AE1235 03-3124 --- 2018-08-13 15:56:12 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS] --- 25975
AE025E 61-0264 EDDIE61 2018-08-13 15:42:16 KC-135R United States OH ANG | 121ARW [KLCK]
AE4E0F 11-5734 GLEAN41 2018-08-13 15:30:12 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 19AW [KLRF]
AE4BDD 10-5700 GLEAN42 2018-08-13 15:20:06 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 317AW [KDYS]
ADFCD7 94-0120 --- 2018-08-13 15:16:09 T-1A Jayhawk United States United States Air Force
AE2F61 10-0642 --- 2018-08-13 15:10:19 MC-12S-2 United States 224th MI Bn --- 25000
AE4EB6 168432 --- 2018-08-13 14:36:11 P-8A United States USN | VP-5 [KNIP] --- 20325
AE2F61 10-0642 SHADY13 2018-08-13 13:52:06 MC-12S-2 United States 224th MI Bn --- 25000
AE4EB6 168432 VVLL866 2018-08-13 13:46:17 P-8A United States USN | VP-5 [KNIP] --- 20325
AE04AC 99-0103 --- 2018-08-13 13:42:22 UC-35a1 United States USARC | B/2-228 AVN (TA) [KMGE]
AE4AFC 08-5691 SHARK36 2018-08-13 12:50:10 C-130J-30 United States USAF | 317AW [KDYS]
0D067E ------ --- 2018-08-13 10:34:13 ------ Mexico --- 7123 34025

Monday, August 13, 2018

Mode-S/ADS Milcom Intercepts 12 August 2018 - Brasstown NC

Here is the latest round of Mode-S/ADS-B Military/Government intercepts logged from here on the radio ranch in WNC. All dates/times are UTC and sorted in date/time order.

AE1241 04-4136 --- 2018-08-12 23:40:03 C-17A United States USAF | 305AMW | 6AS [KWRI]
AE040A 165738 --- 2018-08-12 22:40:04 KC-130J United States USMC | VMGR-252 [KNKT]
AE0191 84-0124 --- 2018-08-12 20:10:08 C-21A United States ---
AE20CA 07-7189 PRIME95 2018-08-12 19:20:06 C-17A United States USAF | 437AW [KCHS]
AE03FC 84-0176 PAT601 2018-08-12 19:00:13 C-12U United States USARMY --- 21975
AE1EA0 08-3931 --- 2018-08-12 18:34:07 T-6A United States --- 5120 20050
AE1479 166767 VM767 2018-08-12 18:24:11 UC-35D United States MAW-4 --- 28500
AE1400 05-3777 --- 2018-08-12 18:00:09 T-6A United States USAF | 14FTW | 41FTS [KCBM]
AE0310 74-1674 --- 2018-08-12 17:58:11 C-130H United States USAF | 374AW | 36AS [RJTY] 4156 21100
AE11CA 03-3704 --- 2018-08-12 17:50:09 T-6A United States USAF | 14FTW | 41FTS [KCBM]
AE0891 99-3564 --- 2018-08-12 17:42:14 T-6A United States USAF
AE1734 06-3834 --- 2018-08-12 16:46:13 T-6A United States USAF
AE07C1 63-8017 BISON81 2018-08-12 16:12:09 KC-135R United States NY ANG | 914ARW | 328ARS [KIAG] 3367 32000
AE112D 02-3657 --- 2018-08-12 16:06:11 T-6A United States USAF
AE04B1 57-1432 UTAH61 2018-08-12 16:06:11 KC-135R United States UT ANG | 151ARW | 191ARS [KSLC] 3767 12900
AE08E3 00-0183 RCH775 2018-08-12 15:38:09 C-17A United States NC ANG | 145AW | 156AS [KCLT] 2047 32375
AE173B 06-3841 --- 2018-08-12 14:56:11 T-6A United States USAF
AE13A4 04-3718 --- 2018-08-12 14:50:08 T-6A United States USAF | 71FTW [KEND]
AE13B1 04-3731 --- 2018-08-12 14:48:06 T-6A United States USAF | 71FTW [KEND] 5224 26050
040000 various --- 2018-08-12 13:12:07 various various Various