Satcom clear comms on 260.725 from Big Dipper calling Northern Lights and Red River. Station first used another call, but I am unable to make it out.
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Patrick Air Force Base conducting satcom ops check on 261.575 via CONUS.
On September 28th, the U.S. military kicked off the annual 2015-2016 season of Operation Deep Freeze, which supports the U.S. Antarctic Program and the National Science Foundation. Here are some communications monitored on frequency 261.725 from Ice 04 and Mac Center discussing the weather conditions at Pegasus Airfield.
263.675 ATC Mobile (USCG Aviation Training Center, Mobile Alabama) calling COMMCOM (USCG Communications Command) for a radio check.
Unconfirmed station (sounded like Slayer something Tango) calling for radio check. This was logged from the Pacific region on frequency 261.825 MHz.
251.850: Outlaw 41 calling Valor 77 and Bravo 42 calling Executioner Ops.
Lately I have been hearing Russian traffic on 256.950 and a few other freqs. Occasional test counts and lots of “priyoms” and some broken English.
This time I thought it sounded like a Chinese station on 256.950?
Continuing to hear activity just about every day now. Here is some broken sounding English from the station.
I also heard the same guy on 263.625.
Hunter Maintenance and Hunter Ops were noted this afternoon conducting plaintext voice radio checks on 261.875.
261.875 CONUS: Sandpiper calling Sandpiper Ops on “Charlie Oscar 1”