FOR ARCHIVAL PURPOSES ONLY
This network is considered redundant.
Although it has not been confirmed by the US government, this net has not had any logged traffic since the late 1990's.
The National Emergency Airborne Command Post (NEACP/Nightwatch) missions were set up in 1962 as a method of providing a secure command and control platform for the National Command Authority during a nuclear crisis.
Previously, Airborne Command Post aircraft - callsign "Looking Glass" - could be found on these frequencies passing messages to USAF and USNAVY nuclear assets such as bombers, missile, and ballistic missile submarines. Nightwatch communications were on the USAF ZULU channels. I have listed all the known ZULU channels and their frequencies (KHz).
This information is considered
out-dated and is provided as a reference only.
Special thanks to G.Fetter for this reference info.
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