03/01/21 16:36:58 UTC
276.500 MHz
Mid air re-fueling training
02/26/21 18:37:21 UTC
238.900 MHz
(Corrected) R135 COBRA55 (62-4129) transiting southern WI
02/26/21 18:35:29 UTC
238.900 MHz
KC135 COBRA55 (62-4129) transiting southwest WI
02/25/21 20:20:31 UTC
252.100 MHz
MASH82 20 min out looking for parking with one writeup
02/25/21 18:52:01 UTC
319.175 MHz
air/air chat and heading for the tanker KC135 just left Grissom on flightradar

02/14/21 02:49:06 UTC
132.550 MHz
02/12/21 07:43:49 UTC
121.500 MHz
02/12/21 07:41:41 UTC
123.300 MHz
02/12/21 07:40:05 UTC
252.100 MHz
02/12/21 07:38:31 UTC
281.025 MHz
02/12/21 07:31:27 UTC
243.000 MHz
02/12/21 07:29:55 UTC
123.550 MHz

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Operation Allied Force - Kosovo War

Military Callsigns Most submitted by Aidan THANKS!

NLC**** Navy P3C's
ARRAYPossible HF relay stations for logistical opts from Dover AFB
BELLYB2 Bombers, I've heard reports that Belly could also be B52's
REACHUSAF Mobility Command, C5's, C17's, C141's mostly
GOLDB52 Bombers
MAZE Unknown at this time!

Frequency MHz ModulationNotes
2.962 MHzUSB
3.007 MHzUSB
3.058 MHzUSBDanish Air Force, RCC Karup. Primary Night Freq
3.178 MHzUSBNATO Bookshelf Network
3.900 MHzUSBNATE E-3 AWACS Network
3.930 MHzUSB
4.519 MHzUSBUSAF EC-130's & Bookshelf Network
4.542 MHzUSB
4.720 MHzUSB
4.724 MHzUSBUID station calling Architect (Royal Air Force) with code word "Miller Time"
4.758 MHzUSB
4.832 MHzUSBDFZG Ministry of Foreign Affairs Belgrade
5.142 MHzUSBRC2SAR Int. Committee of the Red Cross Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina to RC2TRE Int. Red Cross Trebinje, Bosnia & Herzegovina
5.218 MHzUSBNATO Bookshelf Network
5.245 MHzUSBRepublic of Ireland (nightly) repeats same message: "This is a coded drill message bravo bravo charlie, charlie hotel 4, charlie november november
5.325 MHzUSB
5.598 MHzUSBHAVOC11 In refueling Block 250/260 enroute you know where... Next reporting point Madrid ATC on VHF. 3 B52's in formation
5.691 MHzUSB
5.717 MHzUSBCanadian Forces
5.7635 MHzUSBNATO Bookshelf Network
6.628 MHzUSBOperation Allied Force
6.651 MHzUSBDanish Air Force, RCC Karup. Primary Day Freq
6.693 MHzUSBUS Navy - Adriatic Task Force
6.697 MHzUSBNavel High Command
6.712 MHzUSBFrench AirForce Between France & Italy. Main Call is "CIRCUS VERT", planes using COTAM xxxx callsigns
6.723 MHzUSBNATO Freq. All day in the air
6.728 MHzUSBNATO AWACS activity Callsign MAGIC being used, usually means E-3 AWACS planes
6.739 MHzUSBU.S. AirForce GHFS
6.761 MHzUSBAirForce ReFueling Freq
6.865 MHzUSBEC-130's stationed at Aviano, flying with the callsign "Moonbeam"
6.912 MHzUSB
6.9325 MHzUSBNATO Bookshelf Network
6.959 MHzUSB
6.993 MHzUSB
6.996 MHzUSB
8.046 MHzUSBNATO Bookshelf Network
8.087 MHzUSBNATO Bookshelf Network
8.825 MHzUSBOperation Allied Force
8.921 MHzUSB
8.980 MHzUSBAWACS MAGIC callsigns being heard here, mostly week sigs in Pennsylvania
8.982 MHzUSBUS Navy - Adriatic Task Force
8.989 MHzUSB
8.992 MHzUSBUS AirForce GHFS
9.007 MHzUSBCanadian Forces
9.016 MHzUSBUS AirForce
9.023 MHzUSBUS AirForce
9.1185 MHzUSBNATO - Bookshelf Network
9.260 MHzUSBNATO - Bookshelf Network
10.175 MHzUSB
10.204 MHzUSBUS AirForce GHFS
10.315 MHzUSBNATO - Naval Command Network
10.780 MHzUSB
10.915 MHzUSBTask Force Hawk - Code Name JAGO
11.140 MHzUSBOperation Allied Force
11.173 MHzUSB
11.175 MHzUSBUS AirForce GHFS
11.226 MHzUSBTanker Operations "Bolero" at Moron Air Force Base (Spain)
11.239 MHzUSBBRAVO BRAVO talking to DUMBO DUMBO seems to be either a bomber or tanker
11.243 MHzUSBGibralta FlightWatch giving aviation weather for Italian Military Bases. (Italy is less then 100 miles from Kosovo)
11.244 MHzUSBLong EAM's heard here as well as on 8.992
11.300 MHzUSBSee Note Below
13.200 MHzUSBUS AirForce GHFS
13.204 MHzUSB
13.243 MHzUSB
13.257 MHzUSBCanadian Forces
13.354 MHzUSBOperation Allied Force
13.458 MHzUSBRaven Operations (Tanker Aircraft)
14.906 MHzUSBSerbian Embassy Moscow, Russian Federation to DFZG Ministry of Foreign Affairs Belgrade, Serbia.
15.016 MHzUSBUS AirForce GHFS
15.031 MHzUSBCanadian Forces
15.048 MHzUSBNATO - Bookshelf Network
16.442 MHzUSBNaval Hotel Tracking Network
Note: Frequency 11.300 MHz was originally marked in my first list as being a HOT FREQUENCY!. I've taken a lot of heat over that statement. Here's why. The primary use of 11.300 is for International Air Traffic Control and not military operations. Now here's why I called it a hot frequency. On March 27th, 1999 I was listening to 11.300 MHz, also reader of our website Enea Colzi of Italy was listening to the same frequency. At the same time we both heard both American and Serbian voices which sounded very excited. Signals were weak, however it did sound as if the english transmissions were saying something about shots and/or fire. At the same time these transmissions were heard, an F117 Stealth Figher was shot down by a Serbian Missle. Many people wrote me saying, Hay you dummy don't you know that is an Air Traffic Control Freq and military wouldn't use it!. I must have received over 100 emails saying that. Well people, all I did was report what I heard and on what frequency I heard it. And I'm not the only person who had monitored this activity! Also, I've been a Pilot for nearly 14 years, and here in the U.S. military quite often use civilian aircraft frequencies.

RadiosOnLine (Now known as MilAirComms.com) was the first online frequency source to report this frequency as being a hot freq, I've now seen a few other websites who have copied my words and labeled 11.300 as a HOT FREQUENCY. I'm glad to see other webmasters are ready RadiosOnLine, however I truly wish they would have given the source credit and/or a link.....