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Old 05-16-2018, 9:33 PM
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Question US Navy HF

Anyone have a current list of active US Navy HF voice frequencies that they would be willing to share?
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I kinda doubt there's anything out there that's reliable. The best way to find out about their HF usage is to belong to the UDXF (Utility DXers Forum) group on groups.io. They have been known to use some voice (especially during exercises), ALE (which is easy to decode) and other modes that are not easily decodeable (like ANDVT). You can be your last radio that any of the good stuff is up on secured satellite links that no one can read.

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check around 3 and 4 megs, often hear air defense nets down there when a COMPTUEX is active, but really can show up on any freq.

Other activity often logged relating to P-8 and P-3 ops.

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6719.4
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GHFS is a decent place to start, too.

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I often monitor USAF and USCG on a regular bases, but the USN seems more difficult to find. Thanks again for pointing me in the right direction.
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