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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Bush CSG ops moves south due to bad weather in the Mid Atlantic
According to two reliable sources, the USS George H.W. Bush CSG has now moved south out of the Vacapes Oparea to to the Jax Opareas to continue their COMPTUEX training matrix. More than likely they got the wing carrier quals (CQ) for the wing completed and maybe some of the Phase 1 wing training which includes ADEX 1/2, CAS 1/2, and Strike Day 1, and some or all of their TSTA III and the FEP training matrix. We should be approaching port visits and then Phase 2 of their training soon.
Mike in central FLA reported the activity below yesterday that indicates that the CSG is indeed moving south into the Jax Opareas, a day or two earlier than was orignally expected.
120.950 SEALORD North BOLT 01 passing range/bearing off MOTHER
121.625 Cecil Field Ground Unid checking ceiling, overcast 200'
238.975 Weak comms
240.275 DART 11, DART 12
267.500 SEALORD South HORNET 5, HORNET 6 RTB Cecil Field, PRO 19 PRO 82 BUZZARD 25
278.050 Unid, 31-32 air-air
293.175 Unid, "080 for 30"
336.125 INVADER 52
342.325 Unid, up SEALORD, direct Taylor
1713 9028.0 USS George H Bush ROMEO calling GOLF FOXTROT
More than likely the 4703 kHz Air Defense activity over the last few days that I have been reporting on my twitter feed (MilcomMP) is probably an OPFOR (Orange Force) net with Juliet Whiskey as the NCS that will now be working with, uh against the Bush CSG Blue forces.
The USS George HW Bush CSG consist of the USS George H.W. Bush, USS Mitscher (DDG 57), USS Gettysburg (CG 64), USS Truxtun (DDG 103), USS Anzio (CG 68), the squadrons of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8, and the Spanish frigate ESPS Almirante Juan de Borbon (F 102).
CVW-8 (AJ) Squadrons include:
VFA-31 Tomcatters F/A-18E Super Hornet NAS Oceana (Callsign Felix/Rhino) Modex 100
VFA-213 Black Lions F/A-18F Super Hornets NAS Oceana (Callsign Lion/Black Lion) Modex 200
VFA-15 Valions F/A-18 NAS Oceana(Callsign Pride/Active) Modex 300
VFA-87 Golden Warriors F/A-18 Hornet NAS Oceana (Callsign Party/War Party) Modex 400
VAQ-141 Shadowhawks EA-18G Growler NAS Whidbey Island (Callsign Outlaw) Modex 500
VAW-124 Bear Aces E-2C Hawkeye NAS Norfolk (Callsign Bear) Modex from 600
HSC-9 Tridents MH-60S Knighhawk NAS Norfolk (Callsign Trident) Modex from 610
HSM-70 Spartans MH-60R Seahawk NAS Jacksonville (Callsign Spartan) Modex from 710
VRC-40 Det 5 Rawhides C-2A Greyhound NAS Norfolk (Callsign Rawhide/COD)
Previous reported CVW-8/Bush frequencies from the Bush TSTA ops in October 2010
Confirmed CWC call prefix is GOLF.
9031.0 USB GOLF WHISKEY, PAPA, MIKE, SIERRA, GOLF, DELTA, OSCAR
234.950 PARTY Tac
237.225 GOLF ROMEO / BEAR 600
264.625 Avon Park N Tac Range
267.500 SEALORD South
276.600 Avon Park Range
278.125 LION Tac
279.275 AIC / BEAR / RAGE 11-12
289.200 Pinecastle Range Ops
289.425 AIC / BEAR / SWEEP
292.200 Avon Park Range Ops
339.700 Jax NAS W-158 Discrete
348.350 OUTLAW Tac?
355.050 Overhead AR? 106, 201, 210, 211
355.625 PRIDE Tac
360.525 AR boom
363.625 Button 5? BEAR
364.225 RAGE 11-12 / 401 / PARTY 10
370.975 RED CROWN
2008 CVW-8 Squadron Tacticals on the Roosevelt.
245.725 FELIX Tac
269.825 FELIX Tac
277.725 PRIDE Tac
303.400 PARTY Tac
309.700 LION Tac
311.600 PRIDE Tac
322.800 BEAR Tac
327.975 LION Tac
349.925 PRIDE Tac
364.225 PARTY Tac
378.000 OUTLAW Tac
Absolutely no guarantees that any of the freqs above will in use this time around, but at least you have a reference to start with.
So good hunting and I will report more on this blog as it is reported to us.