Seventy-third edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Fri, 04 Jun 2004 13:09:20 +0200)

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Military stations

Russian / CIS military

Frequency QSX Callsigns / remarks
18.1   RDL: Russian Military Via Krasnodar VLF
3531   REA4: Russian AF HQ Moscow //4357//7959 kHz
3548   RDL
3829   DOK4, 5EFC
3832 4051 NBGY, P11Q, L5NM
3835   LDBO, HL2V
3844   S9CV, WWP5, XJWB, WEXR, 7A1O
3889   SBU2, QQQ5, I4NZ, YZWZ, OX9Q, Z6MP, VSD9, 4SGA
4051 3832 HXMY, DRH2, V3V9, L5NM, MISG, NBGY, VYMP, P11Q, TU9D, 4HAA, ZFNV, MRDS
4357   REA4: AF HQ Moscow //3531//7959 kHz
4456   4IC5, 4RSL, VSD9, LZTR, AXVX
4479   SKJF, NH3J
5476   7AFF, 2IQI
6870   OCF1, TGLU
6873   RMP, Kaliningrad; Baltic sea wx forecast, nav & coastal warnings
6874   TDXN, OCF1, HR1V
6880   CIS mil aero net. Callsigns noted: Schit-44, Plafon-86, Obninsk-Approach. Radio checks and messages (see below)
6882   5R4T, TYL9
6956   8KY8, G1JT, A3SY
7018   RIW: Russian Navy HQ Moscow, clg RJF94 (Naval Air Transport, Central Sector control station Moscow) and RJC66
7041   8PZS, 3NY6, ZVLJ, NB2W, OPVD, 5TOB, ZRI1, XBDT, 2PVD, 8W6I, 7GIX, JHXR
7056   IA4R, OSLK, 1PAS, SZ3H, LAZY, XXH2
7959   REA4: AF HQ Moscow //3531//4357 kHz
8646   REA4: Russian Air Force HQ Moscow //13479 kHz
10278   Ukrainian Army, Iraq. Phone patches
10280   Ukrainian Army, probably located in Iraq. Phone patches
11136   JVQZ
13479   REA4: Russian Air Force HQ Moscow //8646 kHz
13852   DQZ8, 6OI1
14299.6   RDL

 

Alf's comments on his RIW log:

"RIW is calling RJF94 and RJC66 for QSA?
RJF94 is reported to be the Central Sector Control Station of Russian Naval Air Transport, Moscow. He is often reported on 8817 kHz in CW working with Russian naval air transport aircraft. Other players on this simplex net are RCB, RCH84, RJC38 and RJC48. The RJC prefix is (only?) used by Naval Air Transport, Sector Control ground stations.
First time I saw RIW (Navy HQ Moscow) working Naval Air Transport Sector Control stations!"

Samples of the traffic heard on 6880 kHz.

Many 10-counts and messages:

1208 UTC : 00 70 19 55 4 93 76 08 60
    70 19 66 4 93 76 for 16.08
    517 70 19 91 70 700
1210 UTC : 19 66 4 93 74 for 10
1211 UTC : 70 19 66 4 93 97 13 336 70 19th
1213 UTC : 70 19 66 4 93 98 1 13
    517 70 19 61 70 700
1214 UTC : 70 19 66 4 93 6 91st 14 1
1215 UTC : 70 19 66 4 93 in 29th lower for 15
1216 UTC : 70 19 66 4 93 in 29th upper 16 1
1217 UTC : 70 19 66 4 93 in 22nd for 17 1
1218 UTC : 70 19 66 4 63 in 65th 18 1
1219 UTC : 70 19 66 4 63 in 64th 19 1
    517 70 19 61 70 600
1220 UTC : 70 19 66 4 63 in 64th 20 1
1221 UTC : 70 19 66 4 63 in 64th 21 1
1222 UTC : 70 19 66 4 63 in 63rd 22 1
1223 UTC : 192 70 19

 

Note that the last 2-digit group is a time indicator (minutes)

See also Newsletter 74.

Polish military

7803 kHz Polish forces at unid location. QSX 10555 kHz
20692 kHz c/s LCR155, SPF219 (loc. possibly Syria). Phone patch.
23462 kHz Elektra 19, Prawo 47, Handel 98, Pedzel 44. Radio checks.

 

See also Newsletter 90..

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