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frequencies / military frequencies
- Alaska - Military Frequencies
Fort Richardson Army Base, home of America's Artic Warriors, military police frequency and Elmendorf Air Force Base military police frequency.
- Arkansas - Little Rock Air Force Base
Little Rock Air Force Base is home for the 314th Airlift Wing.
- California - Beale AFB Frequencies
Beale Air Force Base is home of the U-2 Dragon Lady, the 9th Reconnasissance Wing.
- California - Edwards AFB Frequencies
Frequencies for Edwards Air Force Base
- California - Edwards AFB Frequencies
Frequencies for Edwards Air Force Base trunked radio systems.
- California - Miramar Marine Air Station
Miramar Marine Air Station home of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.
- Canada - Canforce HF Frequencies
Frequencies are used by "Edmonton", "Trenton", and "St.John's" Military in Canada.
- Canada - Frequencies for the Canadian Military in Manitoba
- Florida - MacDill AFB
MacDill Air Force Base is home of the 6th Air Mobility Wing.
- Georgia - Dobbins AFB
Dobbins ARB is the home for Headquarters 22nd Air Force and the 94th Airlift Wing, the host unit.
- Government/Military System and Channel Designators List
Very good information about the HF Global Communications System (HF-GCS).
- Hawaii - Hickam AFB
Hickam Air Force Base is home of the 15th Airlift Wing.
- Indiana - Indiana ANG and Camp Atterbury Frequencies
Indiana Air National Guard frequencies at Hulman Regional Airport and Camp Atterbury.
- Kentucky - Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell is home of the US Army 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
- Michigan - Selfridge Air National Guard Base Frequencies
Selfridge Air National Guard Base is home for the 127th Wing.
Very comprehensive site about scanning military air communications. Besides MilAir info and freqs, you'll also find many Military HF information as well as Pirate and Utility comms. For the Shortwave listener information, schedules and frequencies of SWL Broadcasters of interest during time of war or conflict will be posted.
- Military Callsigns
Military aircraft callsigns with type of aircraft and unit/description.
- Military Frequencies in Bosnia
- Military VHF/UHF Frequencies
- Minnesota - Military Frequencies
- NATO Frequencies
- New York - Onondaga County Military Frequencies
Air National Guard frequencies for Hancock Airport in Syracuse, New York.
- Pacific Northwest Military Air Frequencies
- Pennsylvania - Central Pennsylvania Military Frequences
Defense Distribution Region East (DDRE) at the New Cumberland Army Depot, Ft Indiantown Gap (headquarters for the Pennsylvania Department of Military Affairs and the Pennsylvania National Guard), Letterkenney Army Depot Chambersburg, Naval Supply Systems Command NAVICP (Naval Inventory Control Point) Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, US Army War College Carlisle, and the US Army Corp of Engineers.
- Texas - Dallas/Fort Worth Area Military Frequencies
- Texas - Fort Worth NAS
From Ben Saladino KC5IRJ.
- Texas - NAS Ft. Worth JRB Frequencies
- Texas - North Texas Military Air Frequencies
- The Netherlands - Dutch Military Aviation Frequency Database
- Top 100 Military Shortwave Frequencies
- Top 150 VHF/UHF Military Frequencies
- UHF Military Air Frequencies
This is a start for those who want to make an attempt at listening to Mil Air communications. Even if you don't live near a military base, you still will be able to hear Mil Comms. Remember, when these planes are flying, their are flying a few thousand to 60,000+ feet above the gound. With their antenna up that high, their signal will be able to travel great distances. Planes have been heard many times (both VHF and UHF) 100 miles and more away from a location.
- UK - British Military Communications
- UK - Military Related Frequencies
- USAF HF Frequencies
- USAF High Frequency Global Communications System (HF-GCS)
The HF-GCS System is a worldwide network of 15 high-power HF stations providing air/ground HF command and control radio communications between ground agencies and US military aircraft and ships.
- USAF SGLS (Space-Ground Link System)
- VHF/UHF Frequencies used by early US military satellites
The early US Department of Defense TT&C network used VHF for down-links (P-band) and UHF for up-links. The antennas used were 60 ft dishes (18 meters). The uplink frequencies were 374-376 MHz. With the 18 meter dish the gain became 30.1 dB and the beam-width 3.3°. The down-links were in the 225-260 MHz band and the antenna gain was 29.5 dB and the beam-width 5°.
- Virginia - Richmond, Va and Surrounding Area Military Frequencies
- Washington - Western Washington Military Frequencies
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Gray Army Air Field and Madigan Army Hospital, Fort Lewis.
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