Callsign "Boys Club"

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Hooligan

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It was likely a tactical callword, used for a brief, specific time period.

While it *could* have been your neighbor playing around with a 10-milliwatt transmitter, the likely guess is that it was an E-6B or perhaps an E-4B airborne command post aircraft up within a couple hundred miles of you, broadcasting a coded message to one or more air, land or sea-based stations.
 

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It was likely a tactical callword, used for a brief, specific time period.

While it *could* have been your neighbor playing around with a 10-milliwatt transmitter, the likely guess is that it was an E-6B or perhaps an E-4B airborne command post aircraft up within a couple hundred miles of you, broadcasting a coded message to one or more air, land or sea-based stations.


Haaa! Boys Club, eh?! I've also heard the E-6 use "Brokeback" as a call sign! Wonder what really goes on up there when they're flying?!?!?!


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I can assure you it was not neighbor playing around with a 10-milliwatt transmitter. And I did not miss hear the call sign. I agree it could be tactical call. ;)
 

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According to the IFR Enroute Supplement it is assigned to Command Post's
at Seymore Johnson AFB and that I believe is in eastern NC.

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Likely an e6b rather than e4b, the e4s only fly a few days a month and I think the e6s have a base down there in your region. 311MHz is stratcom's primary command post freq nationwide, 321 is secondary iirc.
 
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