Road Trip Radio Report: Greensboro, NC; Columbia, SC; and the Cowpens National Battlefield; 9-15 January 2023

Last week, I took a road trip that was a continuation of a series of American Revolution Southern Campaign road trips that I’ve taken over the last year or so. On Monday, I left Savannah and drove up to Greensboro, NC, stopping at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, NC and the Richard Petty Museum… Read More Road Trip Radio Report: Greensboro, NC; Columbia, SC; and the Cowpens National Battlefield; 9-15 January 2023

Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; December 2022

December is always a short month for military monitoring. With the Christmas and New Year’s holidays so close together, there generally isn’t a lot of activity from just before Christmas to the new year. This year was no different; there was little activity to listen to between 23 December and 31 December. Hunter AAF/Wright AFF/Fort… Read More Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; December 2022

Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; November 2022

November 2022 wasn’t the best month. Between Hurricane Nicole to family medical issues during the Thanksgiving Holiday, I didn’t have much radio time. While there may have not been extraordinary events like the USS Ford working off the coast or P-8s on temporary duty in Savannah, the month did provide some interesting listening. Notable during… Read More Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; November 2022

Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; October 2022

October was another month in which some family medical issues dominated the month. Nevertheless, the radio time that I had was extraordinarily productive and interesting. Highlights of the month included the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) Carrier Strike Group working off the Georgia/Florida coast, VMFA(AW)-533 returning from a UDP to MCAS Iwakuni, VP-5 and VP-8… Read More Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; October 2022

History, Mountains, and Waterfalls – Northeast Georgia and Northwest South Carolina Mini Road Trip Radio Report; 8-10 October 2022

Since the beginning of October brought a lot of stress, a short road trip was in order, so I took a short road trip up through the Central Savannah River Area to Northeast Georgia and Northwest South Carolina over the weekend. The first day of the trip was a pleasant drive up through the Central… Read More History, Mountains, and Waterfalls – Northeast Georgia and Northwest South Carolina Mini Road Trip Radio Report; 8-10 October 2022

Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; September 2022

September was an average MilCom month here in Coastal Georgia. The only notable event was the passing of Hurricane Ian off the Georgia coast after it wrecked Florida. TEAL ##, the callsign for the 53rd WS WC-130Js are not a callsign that coastal listeners like to hear performing operational missions… On the other hand, the… Read More Coastal Georgia Military Monitoring Recap; September 2022

Civil War History and a Visit to the Riverbanks Zoo – Columbia, SC Overnight Road Trip; 18/19 September 2022

I took an overnight road trip to Columbia, SC on Sunday and Monday, visiting the Rivers’ Bridge State Historic Site in Erhardt, SC on the way to Columbia and visiting the Riverbanks Zoo and Saluda Factory historic site in Columbia before heading back to Savannah on Monday. I had never visited either Rivers’ Bridge or… Read More Civil War History and a Visit to the Riverbanks Zoo – Columbia, SC Overnight Road Trip; 18/19 September 2022

The Jimmy Carter National Historical Park, Andersonville, a Space Fence, a Matador Missile, and the Little Ocmulgee State Park – Road Trip Radio Report; 30 July – 1 August 2022

After some of the events of July, I needed to take a break and relax, so I took a road trip to Plains, GA to visit the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park and to Andersonville, GA to visit the Andersonville National Historic Site on Saturday and spent the rest of the weekend relaxing by the… Read More The Jimmy Carter National Historical Park, Andersonville, a Space Fence, a Matador Missile, and the Little Ocmulgee State Park – Road Trip Radio Report; 30 July – 1 August 2022