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crossfire

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" Service Center"
« on: October 27, 2012, 2155 UTC »
 service center in comms with helo 98 on 12.222 cothen @21:50z

cmradio

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Re: " Service Center"
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2012, 0739 UTC »
Thank you for your posts. I like chasing Utes and you're giving us a nice database of frequencies :)

Peace!

crossfire

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Re: " Service Center"
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2012, 0300 UTC »
hell yes build those memory banks. there is so much out there. i love the people who say shortwave is dead. yea, more radios for us on ebay. dumb asses. thanks for the reply. peace to you also. dave

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Re: " Service Center"
« Reply #3 on: October 29, 2012, 2241 UTC »
hell yes build those memory banks. there is so much out there. i love the people who say shortwave is dead. yea, more radios for us on ebay. dumb asses. thanks for the reply. peace to you also. dave
no doubt shortwave is alive and well,and maybe some of the prices on used equipment will come down. folks now days just don't know what makes a good shortwave or DX listner with patience being your best friend a good peice of wire and a large tuning knob. everybody wants everything right away at there demand.
listning to the world on 200' of wire  assisted by a host of Hallicrafters,Icoms,Heath Kits and Radio Shack radios.  Stevo in Maryland

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« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2012, 0346 UTC »
 rockwell collins   jrc nrd                            .