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I used to hear Air Force 1 on these 2 freqs years ago back in the mid 90's anyone know if they are still active? I didn't hear anything on them when Bush visted Brag the other day---
 

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Those frequencies, known as "ECHO - FOXTROT" were part of a nationwide system used by the White House Communications Agency and Air Force One. However, that system was retired in the mid-90's and has been dismantled. Some of the modified trancievers used at the remote sites have been showing up on eBay occasionally...

I am curious about what might these frequencies be used for in the future...

- Chris
 
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