Update... haha.. AF 306 is at about 500ft above the surface down there in SE Bahama's looks like they passed a center at Time:18:09:30Z Coordinates: 21.9667N 74.9833W... so that could be the coc area.
Product: Air Force Tropical RECCO Message (URNT11 KNHC) Transmitted: 22nd day of the month at 18:08Z Aircraft: Air Force Aircraft (Last 3 digits of the tail number are 306) Mission Purpose: Investigate second suspect area (flight in the North Atlantic basin) Mission Number: 2 Observation Number: 08
Observation Time: Thursday, 18:06Z Radar Capability: Yes Aircraft Altitude: Below 10,000 meters Coordinates: 22.1N 75.1W Location: 151 miles (243 km) to the NNE (18°) from Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Turbulence: None Conditions Along Flight Route: In the clear Pressure Altitude: 180 meters Flight Level Wind: From 330° at 13 knots (From the NNW at ~ 14.9 mph) - The above is a spot wind. - Winds were obtained using doppler radar or inertial systems. Flight Level Temperature: 24°C Flight Level Dew Point: 15°C Weather (within 30 nautical miles): Shower(s) (continuous or intermittent precipitation - from cumuliform clouds) Mean Sea Level Pressure (MSLP): 1008 mb (extrapolated)
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