Дата публикации: 2017-11-19 20:49
One should take most military calls with a grain of salt. They are often used by more than one unit. Also, the US military is closing bases left and right, moving and combining units, transferring tasks to the reserves, and the like. For basically historical reasons I have left in many of the daily changing tactical callsigns used by the TACAMO & ABNCP/NAOC units. We may not see them again, but then again they could be reused.
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Transports: Callsign + 6 or 56 is usually the unit commander 8767 s callsign. Callsign +7 or 57 is usually the deputy unit commander. Reach callsigns suffixes are usually either a mission number or some variation on the aircraft tail number.
CREDTS/THANK YOU---Credit to Mike Chace Ortiz for idents on the US State Dept calls. I've included them because they periodically show up on USAF HF-GCS nets. Credit also to Larry Van Horn (El Jefe) for the NASA callsigns. Credit to Andy for updating the German Navy/Air Force callsigns.
This list is the work of many people. I started in 6998 with a basic list that I pulled off of the web. That list had been compiled by Hugh Stegman, a highly respected radio hobbyist and columnist for Monitoring Times. A special Thank You to Larry Van Horn for the section on NASA callsigns. In the intervening years I have added callsigns that I myself have heard and verified as well as those from various 8775 seasoned 8776 , respected milcomer 8767 s and HF utility communications hobbyists here in the US as well as Europe.
A callword is a station identifier without numbers, such as Mudbug Control. A callsign is one with numbers, such as Abnormal 65. Static callsigns/callwords of air tankers tend to associate with gasoline, gas stations, or fuel in general, though the association gets pretty vague. Fighters are more macho. A few callsigns/callwords are acronyms, such as ARIA (Advanced Range Instrumentation Aircraft), Joint STARS/JSTARS (Joint Surveillance Tactical Radar System), SPAR (Special Priority Air Resource) and SAM (Special Air Mission).
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NOTE #8- I HOPE THIS LIST IS USEFUL--BUT UNDERSTAND IT IS AN EVER-CHANGING WORK IN PROGRESS'. I have tried to keep up with unit moves, deactivation, etc but I'm positive I've missed some. I WELCOME ANY CORRECTIONS/CHANGES/ADDITIONS.
NOTE #6: TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, THE CALLSIGNS IN THIS LIST ARE FROM UNCLASSIFED SOURCES---NO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION HAS BEEN KNOWINGLY INCLUDED IN THIS LIST.