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Author Topic: A Busy Night for CAMSLANT Chesapeke  (Read 823 times)

Offline LanceLovejoy

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A Busy Night for CAMSLANT Chesapeke
« on: October 08, 2010, 2323 UTC »
CHesapeke copied working multiple stations between 22:50 and 23:24z:

5696u:  2117 Radio check with coordinates 26.00N, 96.55w at 22:50z

5732u:  Copter NO3 (ALE ID) given coordiantes for diversion for aid outside of Mobile, was advised by NO3 that passangers
            had to be dropped off first. ETA 20m at 23:06z

5696u:  CG 700(ALE ID) radio check, reports airborn at 22:43z


5732u:  at 23:24z, NO3 reports landed in New Orleans, dropped off passangers, airborn and in contact with ATC Mobile.
« Last Edit: October 08, 2010, 2335 UTC by LanceLovejoy »
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