Southern New Jersey K Band

Discussion in 'Northeast' started by Stevedabutcher, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. Stevedabutcher

    Stevedabutcher Learning to Fly Beginner User

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    He folks,
    I got 2 consecutive K Band 24.1xx hits approximately 1-2 mi apart in Washington Township (Gloucester County) on rt 42 south bound. Both Leo's were shooting directly across the highway 90 degrees. It appears they were looking for someone or set up for something else. I live in Camden County and my local PD uses all 3 bands X, K, and Ka. I was considering turning K Band down or completely off due to falses etc. Lately I have only been seeing KA band on the AC Expressway and the parkway south. That's when I rely mostly on the R3 for weekly trips to cape may.

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  2. MurrayB

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    I have gotten hit with X Band off Rt. 42 heading toward Woodcrest Country Club/Voorhees. I don't remember the Exit #. It's always scary because they run everything. I was hit by Laser on Rt. 42 once, I don't know by who, on the far left lane where the median ends just before the Walt Whitman Bridge before the lane rerouting, getting rid of that merge and disappearing right lane.. I got the impression that they were checking out its possible use. This was a couple few years ago I never encountered it again.
     
  3. Stevedabutcher

    Stevedabutcher Learning to Fly Beginner User

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    I live a few miles *room. Woodcrest CC X band is definitely in full effect in small towns

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