Started by whatevah, March 28, 2005, 10:47:13 PM
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Quote from: alpha06 on September 21, 2005, 05:38:39 PMThanks for that. Itype fast sorry. What sensetive information do we broadcast on our radios that we dont want the general public toknow? The only thing I canthink of is names of deceased people we find. In my other little organiztion known as the United States Army, we do have very sensative items. I just dont see that in CAP. Sorry
Quote from: Major_Chuck on September 21, 2005, 10:43:01 PMThere are CAP missions that the general public does not need to know about.Counter Drug, Homeland Security, support of the Transportation Security Administration, local support to law enforcement, Air Force assigned missions and the list can go on to include U.S. Forest Service, Customs and Immigration, etc.Then you have the scanner junkies that interpret what they hear over the radios that can cause more harm then good in what they do.
QuoteHello I am an avid scanner /emergency radio monitor in Larimer county.I have been trying to find any CAP frequencies for the Denver and northern Colorado areas can you please help?I know of the standard common freqs I was hoping you can give me a list of any "local use frequencies "Thanks and God blessJeffrey<><
Quote from: CaptLord on April 15, 2007, 04:12:48 AMThis popped up on a search. I have an FCC commercial license and even I did not kknow about some of these alleged CAP frequencies: xxx.xx.xxxxThats all public domain stuff too! The magazine, Popular Communications, did a feature front page article on our FUOU frequencies just a few months ago. Lets use some method of communicating that they will never break..our frequency is Unway, fourtyday, einway, ecimalday.....Better than Navajo code talking!Capt. Lord
Quote from: Jerry link=topic=147.msg4239#msg4239 date=I still hear members blurting out frequencies even after they've been told NOT to do it. I stress this at every opportunity when at our unit meetings and when teaching A and B Cuts.On the scanner buffs, this is an excellent chance to promote the use of Frequencies AH and AI for close-in ground work. Particularly, AH has range on most days out to 50 miles or more. It thwarts the scanner listeners because *most* scanners won't decode SSB. While he is sitting there playing with his toy, the traffic has been handled without him knowing it .
Quote from: ISNJH on November 13, 2007, 06:12:16 PMI just did the online CAP OPSEC testStuff I already knew but it is always good to have a refresher course.
Quote from: RogueLeader on June 11, 2007, 04:07:45 PMYeah, I found the CAP freq's on the first hit from google, took less than 30 sec's in a very fast time.
Quote from: BuckeyeDEJ on February 15, 2008, 03:59:02 AMQuote from: RogueLeader on June 11, 2007, 04:07:45 PMYeah, I found the CAP freq's on the first hit from google, took less than 30 sec's in a very fast time.Like here? http://tuolumneradio.com/cap.html
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