Author Topic: What does a can of Coke sound like being opened in an F-15, here's the audio.  (Read 6103 times)

Offline av8tor172

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Sometime ago I caught this comm between 2 pilots flying F-15's over the Orlando FL area flying a CAP (Combat Air Patrol) mission.  They were talking about how to keep food cold or hot while flying a CAP mission.  1 pilot actually opens a can of Coke and you can hear it over the radio...interesting and funny.

George
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Nice catch George!
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haha cool, is it legal to upload to my youtube directorphilip2 or not :)

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haha cool, is it legal to upload to my youtube directorphilip2 or not :)

I wouldn't know why it wouldn't be... I've upload a few of my scanner video's showing Military air digital comms to YouTube without any problems.

Here's a list of a few you might be interested in:

ORDERWIRE from a TACAMO E-6 in the area on 338.950 MHz:

Different type of Digital exchange between 2 E-6 TACAMO aircraft on 341.600:

Military HAVEQUICK TOD signal on 287.450:

And an Average MilAirComms morning:

Enjoy
George
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haha cool, is it legal to upload to my youtube directorphilip2 or not :)

I wouldn't know why it wouldn't be... I've upload a few of my scanner video's showing Military air digital comms to YouTube without any problems.

Here's a list of a few you might be interested in:

ORDERWIRE from a TACAMO E-6 in the area on 338.950 MHz:

Different type of Digital exchange between 2 E-6 TACAMO aircraft on 341.600:

Military HAVEQUICK TOD signal on 287.450:

And an Average MilAirComms morning:

Enjoy
George
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Cool Thanks, I don't want to steal your audio that you got :) I'll probably find something on the streams or when i go back to heathrow airport if i just film for 12 hours usually there's always a small catch every day if you were to travel there but it's 180 miles from me :)

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Cool Thanks, I don't want to steal your audio that you got :) I'll probably find something on the streams or when i go back to heathrow airport if i just film for 12 hours usually there's always a small catch every day if you were to travel there but it's 180 miles from me :)

Not a problem as long as you give credit that it came from the MilAirComms.com website....

Thanks
George
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