We have some really neat stuff in our November 2006 Monitoring Times Milcom column.
Titled MilSatcom - The Early Days, we cover the TACSATCOM and the LES 8/9 birds, including freq bandplans. Did you know that one of the LES birds is still operational and in active use by a North American military service? We have the details in the column.
We also cover the new Civil Air Patrol narrowband VHF frequencies, An extensive Search and Rescue frequency list (HF/VHF/UHF/Satellite), Tyndall AFB VHF aero freqs, and the major military communications bands (HF and VHF/UHF).
So as I have said before, "miss one issue of MT and you miss a lot."
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