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Old 21st Jan 2012, 19:21   #141 (permalink)
 
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Have a look here for the identity of RCJG.
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Old 23rd Jan 2012, 23:29   #142 (permalink)
 
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No problem, Courtney. Thanks.

GAVRO,

Sorry for the late reply. If you want a faster response then please feel free to PM me. It will register on my e-mail.

RCJG transmits during the 12 GMT hour on 12464 Khz.

RKO81 transmits during the 00, 06, 12 and 18 GMT hours on 8345 Khz. Sometimes uses 12464 Khz at 12 GMT

RAL46 has just reappeared sending weather. Noted at the same times and frequencies as RKO81. They have been noted to transmit over the top of each other.

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Superb. Thanks for that!

A quick update on the Morse transmissions.

23rd January 18 GMT

RKO81

37.5N 11.1E Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

37.5N 11.1E - Google Maps

23rd January 18 GMT

RAL46

36.5N 13.9E Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

36.5N 13.9E - Google Maps

23rd January 12 GMT

RCJG

40.8N 28.1E Heading South West at 6-10 Knots

40.8N 28.1E - Google Maps
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Old 24th Jan 2012, 20:10   #143 (permalink)
 
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Can't you just collect stamps?
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Old 24th Jan 2012, 22:37   #144 (permalink)
 
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Jayand wrote

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Can't you just collect stamps?
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Old 24th Jan 2012, 22:40   #145 (permalink)
 
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The Task Force has now completed the Mediterranean deployment and is heading home.

GAVRO, RAL46 is now transmitting every 3 hours since 15 GMT, 24 January.

24th January 21 GMT, 8345 Khz

RAL46

38.1N 08.7E Heading West at 6-10 knots

38.1N 08.7E - Google Maps

24th January 18 GMT, 8345 Khz

RKO81

37.4N 04.9E Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

37.4N 04.9E - Google Maps

Tanker Ivan Bubnov, RCJG, has passed through the Bosphorus and was in the Aegean at 12 GMT, 24 January.

RCJG 12 GMT, 12464 Khz

38.4N 24.9E

38.4N 24.9E - Google Maps

Quote:
Russian Navy conducted a large-scale live-fire exercises in the Mediterranean

MOSCOW, January 24 - RIA Novosti. Russian warships mezhflotskoy groups conducted in the Mediterranean live-fire exercises, told reporters on Tuesday Head of Press Service of the Northern Fleet (SF) Russian

captain Vadim Serga the first rank.

Hike the Russian group began on 6 December 2011. It consists of a heavy aircraft-carrying cruiser SF "Admiral Kuznetsov", a large anti-ship SF "Admiral Chabanenko", and the Baltic Fleet frigate "Yaroslav the Wise."

During the campaign of ships and vessels were more than 8300 miles.

"Ships of the group spent teaching in the central Mediterranean. Russian sailors trained in repelling an attack air targets with conventional performance practice firing anti-aircraft missile and artillery systems, warships of the

three "- said the spokesman.

According to him, continued to train pilots and deck with the "Admiral Kuznetsov". In the last day they met ten flights on the heavy Su-33, were worked out in which the elements of air combat training and interception.

Helicopter carrier ship of two days made 24 missions of antisubmarine helicopters Ka-27 from the decks of warships CAG.
From Google translation of Russian link.

Quote:
Russian naval group wraps up Med drill

A Russian naval group, led by the Admiral Kuznetsov heavy aircraft carrier has completed an exercise in the central Mediterranean to practice anti-aircraft missile and artillery drill and antisubmarine warfare.

The task force consisting also of the Baltic Fleet corvette Yaroslav Mudry and the Black Sea patrol boat Ladnyput to sea on December 6, 2011.
From

Russian naval group wraps up Med drill: Voice of Russia
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Old 25th Jan 2012, 08:56   #146 (permalink)
 
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ok, i will tray GlobalTuners - On-line remotely controlled tuners, maybe i will find a babd with 8345 or 12464.

Thanks for that!
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Old 26th Jan 2012, 23:48   #147 (permalink)
 
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No problem, GAVRO. Hope you had some luck with the transmissions!

Position update

26th January, 18 GMT

8345 Khz

RKO81

RKO81 26181 99355 70037 22200

35.5N 03.7W Anchored / Hove to

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26th January, 15 GMT

Ivan Bubnov (RCJG)

12464 Khz

RCV DE RCJG 26151 99363 10176 22262

36.3N 17.6E Heading West at 6-10 Knots

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26th January, 12 GMT

12464 Khz

RAL46

RCV DE RAL46 26121 99367 70006 22253

36.7N 00.6W Heading South West at 11-15 Knots

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26th January, 18 GMT

5129 Khz

RIR98 (Probably the floating repair ship/platform that has been at Tartus, Syria? Possibly returning to the Black Sea?)

RIR98 99355 10278 22252

35.5N 27.8E Heading South West at 6-10 Knots

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26th January - 12 GMT

12464 Khz

RAL65 (Probably a Tanker/Auxiliary deployed to meet up with the Task Force when it eventually leaves the Mediterranean?)

RAL65 99704 10167 22252

70.4N 16.7E Heading South West at 6-10 Knots

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Old 27th Jan 2012, 19:21   #148 (permalink)
 
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Russian task group is going home!
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Old 27th Jan 2012, 19:30   #149 (permalink)
 
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RAL46 has transited through into the Atlantic.

27 January, 18 GMT

12464 RCV DE RAL46 27181 99362 70078 22273

36.2N 07.8W Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

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27 January, 18 GMT

Ivan Bubnov

8345 RCV DE RCJG 27181 99370 10122 22262

37.0N 12.2E Heading West at 6-10 Knots

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27 January, 18 GMT

5129 RIR98 99374 10262 22200

37.4N 26.2E Hove to

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27 January, 18 GMT

RKO81 Hove to

8345 RKO81 27181 99355 70037

35.5N 03.7W

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27 January, 18 GMT

8345 RAL65 99699 10168 22200

69.9N 16.8E Hove to

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Old 28th Jan 2012, 23:12   #150 (permalink)
 
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28th January, 18 GMT

8345 RCV DE RAL46 28181 99393 70110 22273

39.3N 11.0W Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

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28th January, 18 GMT

Ivan Bubnov

8345 RCV DE RCJG 28181 99378 10074 22262

37.8N 07.4E Heading West at 6-10 Knots

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28th January, 18 GMT

8345 RMP DE RKO81 28181 99356 70035 22253

35.6N 03.5W Heading South West at 11-15 Knots

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28th January, 18 GMT

5129 RIR98 28181 99381 10255 22282

38.1N 25.5E Heading North at 6-10 Knots

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Old 30th Jan 2012, 20:44   #151 (permalink)
 
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TEEEJ,

For all the sad muppets like me can we have another thrilling installment.

It makes up for not getting the latest gen from the barber in Forres High St or the barmaid in the Carisbrooke.
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Old 31st Jan 2012, 00:53   #152 (permalink)
 
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Tug Nikolay Chiker and Tanker Lena are now on the move.

31 January, 00 GMT

RKO81 = Lena

RKO81 99360 70038 22273

36.0N 03.8W Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

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Nikolay Chiker AIS Link
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Old 31st Jan 2012, 01:05   #153 (permalink)
 
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31 January, 00 GMT

RAL46 = Probably the Auxiliary Vyazma ?

RAL46 99488 70087 22213

48.8N 08.7W Heading North East at 11-15 Knots

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30th January, 18 GMT

RAL65 = Probably the Auxiliary Kama ?

RAL65 99632 10047 22252

63.2N 04.7E Heading South West at 6-10 Knots

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Old 31st Jan 2012, 01:11   #154 (permalink)
 
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The Frigate Yaroslav Mudry and the Tanker Sergei Osipov have been in port at Ceuta, Spain. It certainly narrowed down the identities of the ships that have been sending the Morse weather reports.

From Google Translation

Quote:
Ceuta, Jan 27 (EFE) .- Two other ships of the Russian Navy, the supply ship "Sergey Osipov" and submarine hunting "Yaroslav Mudry, has chosen the port of Ceuta for a stopover in the city until Sunday .
As reported by the Port Authority, has now come to the port "Sergey Osipov" to perform work of supplying fuel and water,

This ship has a staff of about 90 crew, who were already in December and will again in a few days while completing Ceuta provisioning tasks.

Tomorrow is expected the arrival of submarine hunting "Yaroslav Mudry" which has a staff of 250 crew and supplies will also carry out operations.

In the middle of last month's visit there was support and supply ship "Lena" to stock of 2,225 tons of diesel and 450 tons of drinking water and about 1,600 kilos of food.

During 2011, arrived at Port of Ceuta 11 other Russian navy ships. EFE
Otros 2 buques de la Armada rusa hacen escala en el puerto de Ceuta - ABC.es - Noticias Agencias
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Old 31st Jan 2012, 19:46   #155 (permalink)
 
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An update on the Morse Code data.

31 January, 18 GMT

8345 RKO81 31181 99362 70076 22273

36.2N 07.6W Heading North West at 11-15 Knots

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31 January, 18 GMT

Ivan Bubnov

8345 RCJG 31181 99355 70037 22200

35.5N 03.7W Hove to

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31 January, 12 GMT

12464 RAL65 31121 99605 10033 22232

60.5N 03.3E Heading South East at 6-10 Knots

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31 January 06 GMT - Nikolay Chiker AIS

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Old 31st Jan 2012, 23:19   #156 (permalink)
 
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31 January, 22 GMT. Nikolay Chiker from AIS



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Old 31st Jan 2012, 23:30   #157 (permalink)
 
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that's quite a ship judging by the route it took through the Straits

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Old 31st Jan 2012, 23:59   #159 (permalink)


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it would seem likely that where the Chiker goes, the carrier and its aircraft can't be far away.
He's noting the progress of a potentially hostile naval aviation force.
Are you not interested in where the Russians may be trying to show their naval aviation strength?
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Old 1st Feb 2012, 10:40   #160 (permalink)
 
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The carrier group must be within spitting distance of the UK now. Wonder if our fleet of MPA aircraft are following it to gain useful intelligence.

Oh wait a minute...I've just remembered
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