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Old 10-25-2018, 10:22 AM
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Default Un-ID ALE 'TIS' Soundings...7.870MHz...good reference?

Hearing some ALE idents on 7.870MHz this morning which I cannot cross to any ALE identifier list I have:

HEM, EXD, 61ZB7, 1GYM8, 5GZ7D. Looks like USANG maybe?

I understand calls/idents can change on a whim - anyone have a good link to any reference material on this?

I typically use http://www.ominous-valve.com/ale-list.txt and Milcom Monitoring Post: U.S. Military ALE Addresses

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Join up with the UDXF group on groups.io - That's the place you will find folks that knows those callsigns.\

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61ZB7 and 1GYM8 are known to UDXF, but only as possibly USA GOV/MIL. 5GZ7D is listed as possibly FEMA. Could not find any reference to HEM or EXD. By all means joins UDXF, there may be updated logs for those calls.
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I *think* I saw some 7870 logs that pointed to a FEMA continuity of government exercise just recently...Mike
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61ZB7 and 1GYM8 are known to UDXF, but only as possibly USA GOV/MIL. 5GZ7D is listed as possibly FEMA. Could not find any reference to HEM or EXD. By all means joins UDXF, there may be updated logs for those calls.
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HEM & EXD are US Army MARS ALE addresses. The other ALE addresses listed are all players on a FEMA network that is separate from their FNARS network. 61ZB7 is a airborne command post aircraft, either a E-4B or a E-6B. This FEMA network is a high-level continuity of government operation.
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