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Re: 11175 USB
« Reply #90 on: August 22, 2019, 1707 UTC »
WALDO 51 (KC-135R NJ ANG 108W/141ARS Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst NJ) calling for rc, no response from MAINSAIL. 1600Z 22AUG19

WARLOCK 07 (various blimps VSX-1 NAS Patuxent River MD)
calling for rc @ 1700Z 22AUG19
 first time hearing a blimp on HFGCS. If it's a blimp lol.

ANDREWS directs WARLOCK 07 to New York Radio on 11342 1802Z

SKULL 71 (B-52H 2nd BW/20th BS, Barksdale AFB, LA) calling any radio, radio check 1807Z
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Re: 11175 USB
« Reply #91 on: August 25, 2019, 1908 UTC »
CHAOS 43 (B-2 509th BW Whiteman AFB MO) calling for rc, gets responses from CHAOS 44 and BLACK EYE
1630Z 25AUG19
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Re: 11175 USB
« Reply #92 on: September 19, 2019, 2234 UTC »
Murmansk-BN HF EW Complex
Murmansk-BN has been operationally active from at least 2014 when the 475th Independent EW Centre of the Russian navy set up a complex in the Crimea south of Sevastopol. The system has a primary role of eliminating, or trying to eliminate, High Frequency (HF) broadcasts from NATO forces Ė in particular the HF Global Communications System of the United States (HFGCS).
HFGCS operates on well known HF frequencies with regular broadcasts of Emergency Action Messages (EAMís) and other operational messages, phone patches etc. as required. To this date though, I am unaware of any reports that HFGCS has been interfered with by jamming. This in itself isnít surprising. HF is a difficult thing to jam due to the very nature of using the ionosphere to carry the broadcasts. Throw in multiple frequencies in use at the same time, the same message being broadcast on numerous occasions, propagation and all other things related to HF reception means the message is likely to get through regardless of the attempts made to jam.
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