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For the past several days the US Navy has been working on 9031 USB w/ stations Golf Whiskey, Golf, Mike, Delta, Hotel, Echo, Lima and others. This is most like from the USS Abraham Lincoln Strike Group’s Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) taking place off southern California.  


Earlier today on 11175 kHz Andrews came up and broadcast an interesting message: “Internal emergency. Station is securing operations”  



Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) is the world’s largest international maritime exercise. This large-scale biennial exercise is designed to increase mutual cooperation and enhance the tactical capabilities of participating nations in various aspects of maritime operations at sea.

Listed below are some frequencies and recordings for RIMPAC 2010:

6693.1 – Mad Fox 44 and Japan Navy 88 w/ Blue Light.  

13224.1 – Redhook 37 w/ Miniature (TSC Kaneohe Bay, HI)  

13224.1 – Lone Eagle 61 and Demon 51 w/ Miniature.  

13231 – Aircraft 778 w/ Unclouded (TSC Kadena, Japan)  


13224.1 USB at 0300z with ongoing comms between Dragon Claw 19 (P-3C) and Miniature (US Navy TSCC at MCAS Kanoehe Bay, Hawaii). Both stations have excellent signals into California this evening.  


Wednesday evening I stumbled across some type of military tracking net on 6735 kHz USB. One of the players identifies as Mojo, however the other station I’m not able to make out.  


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