You will be able to receive them (through out most of the world) with even the most basic SW radio simply tune to 8992khz and every half an hour or so you will hear a series of numbers and letters (read in real time) these form the message which is decoded using a sheet.
Most of the EAM'S seem to be broadcast from ether 1. The Andrews Air Force Base or 2. The Offutt air force base.
here is an interesting link which details all the frequencies and locations:
Military Comms Monitoring. HF VHF UHF
Yes, I have several recordings of EAMs over 200 characters long. The longest I have in the log was 302 characters. In general I do not listen to EAMs, I only catch them in passing, they really are not an indicator of world events. However, other traffic on the HF-GCS can be interesting to track and correlate to forces and World happenings.they are now passing 60-140 letter EAM's??? Anyone ever hear anything like this
Did you manage to catch the TACAMO ? Usually hear these from the UK. A couple over the last few days have been.Today I'm going to monitor the TACAMO Freq's and see if they're as active. They should be transmitting EAM over there as well.
Yes. Try 311.000. there are more as well.Funny quote from the classic movie "A Christmas Story"
Also is it possible to get EAM's on MilAir freqs? Or are they just in the shortwave bands?
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