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Firedrake on 15445 1220-1230Z
« on: May 28, 2012, 1312 UTC »

Found a Firedrake on 15445 at 1220Z and it went off the air at 1230Z. Was parallel with 16100 & 17250. It was 35443, S9. 

Weaker than both of the other frequencies. 16100 is very strong here and was about on par with 17250, with 17250 being slightly stronger.

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