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5th/8th battalion FD

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Print View Posted: Sun Apr 12 2020, 06:32am
Posted by: johnnythekid86Posts: 2
Joined: Sun Apr 12 2020, 06:20am

Does anyone know what working frequencies the 5th and 8th battalions use? I hear departments such as Great Neck and Glen Gove get toned out but never hear any 21s/22s.

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Posted: Sun Apr 12 2020, 01:33pm

Posted by: deviltimPosts: 119
Joined: Tue Jun 03 2008, 02:46pm

A lot of them switch to their own operation freqs
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Posted: Sun Apr 12 2020, 09:31pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 773
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

Yes as stated above these depts. most likely tone out on an alerting freq such as 46.10/46.12 then switch to their own freqs

WPGM455 and WNKP374 for Great Neck [link] [link]

KED283 and WQCJ637 for Glen Cove [link] [link]
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Posted: Thu Apr 16 2020, 06:51pm
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 330
Old Display Name: RADIOTECH
Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

Depends. Depts dispatched by Firecom can talk to them on 46.12 or maybe their own frequency like I believe Roslyn does. Some depts like Syosset, Glen Cove and Manhasset-Lakeville have their own dispatchers can talk on their own freqs or can use the county freq of 46.12. Sea Cliff is dispatched by Glen Cove FD.
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Posted: Sun Apr 19 2020, 12:20am
Posted by: johnnythekid86Posts: 2
Joined: Sun Apr 12 2020, 06:20am

Does anyone know if these departments have expired frequencies? I plugged a few in but haven't heard anything on them. Could it be that I'm out of range?(I'm closer to south shore of LI)
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Posted: Sun Apr 19 2020, 02:26am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 773
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

Aside from the licenses i posted - there is also "Alert Hook and Ladder" [link] and "Vigilant Engine" [link] for Great Neck

Not sure what the difference is between those and "Great Neck Fire District" but i guess give them a try if your not hearing anything on the others...

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Posted: Tue May 19 2020, 01:17am
Posted by: Dispatcher18Posts: 14
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Location: Central Nassau County
Joined: Thu Jun 25 2015, 01:43am

Manhasset-Lakeville is on 46.10 and 46.12. Also on their own high-band of 155.145, PL 110.9. Glen Cove FD is on 460.200/151.4. Glen Cove EMS is on 476.425/203.5. Sea Cliff is 471.0750/DCS-503. Roslyn is toned on Firecom's hi-band, 453.8750/100.0 and operates on 453.225, DCS-054.

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