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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Aerial Refueling Frequency Update in the November MT Milcom column
We are a little under two weeks away from the release of the electronic November issue of Monitoring Times magazine -- MTXpress. If you are a MTXpress or print MT subscriber and milcom monitor, you are in for a very special treat in the November issue.
For the first time since 2003 in our November 2009 monthly Milcom column and also as a special download for MTXpress readers, we present our latest and greatest, and completely updated aerial refueling frequency list for North America.
The list in the November print edition will "not" be as comprehensive as the electronic version that will only be available to MTXpress subscribers during the month of November "only."
If you want the latest aerial refueling frequencies then jump on the MTXpress bandwagon and subscribe today.
You can learn more about subscribing to MTXpress by clicking here
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