20 August 2014

German Navy on HF (USB/Stanag-4285)

(always-under-revision post)
The German Navy (German: Deutsche Marine) is the navy of Germany and part of the unified Bundeswehr (the German Armed Forces). It is deeply integrated into the NATO alliance. Its primary mission is protection of Germany's territorial waters and maritime infrastructure as well as sea lines of communication. Apart from this, the German Navy participates in peacekeeping operations, and renders humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.

Between May 1945 and 1956, the German Mine Sweeping Administration and its successor organizations, made up of former members of the Kriegsmarine, became something of a transition stage for the navy, allowing the future Marine to draw on experienced personnel upon its formation. In 1956, with West Germany's accession to NATO, the Bundesmarine, as the navy was known colloquially, was formally established. In the same year the East German Volkspolizei See became the Volksmarine ("People's Navy"). With the accession of East Germany to the Federal Republic of Germany in 1990 the Volksmarine along with the whole National People's Army became part of the Bundeswehr. Since 1995 the name German Navy is used in international context, while the official name since 1956 remains Marine without any additions.

Wilhelmshaven (callsing DHJ-59) is Germany’s only deep water port, and its largest naval base (main fleet base of the German Navy). German Navy vessels are noted in both USB and RTTY traffic just with the usual callsign DHJ-59 (German Navy, Wilhelmshaven) on the HF frequencies in the WUN military frequency lists.

DHJ53    Warnemünde
DHJ57    Schönhagen
DHJ58    Glücksburg/Saterland-Ramsloh
DHJ59    Wilhelmshaven
DHJ61    Flensburg
DHJ62    Neustadt
DHJ63    Todendorf
DHJ66    Eckernförde
DHJ70    Wilhelmshaven
DHJ78    Nordholz (MFG3)
DHJ82    Parow
DHJ84    Wangerooge
DHJ97    collective call
DHM21    Staberhuk
DHM22    school Bremerhaven
DHM33    Kiel
DHM35    Wilhelmshaven
DHM36    Wilhelmshaven
DHM41    weaponschool Kappeln
DHM42    Glücksburg Rescue
DHM45    Flensburg
DHM64    Darsser Ort
DHM78    Glückstadt
DHM82    Research Station Kiel
DHM85    Marlow
DHN33    Command North, Kiel.
DHN49    Command West, Wilhelmshaven
DHN53    Wilhelmshaven-Harbour
DHN53    Wilhelmshaven-Harbour
DHO26    Rostock
DHO35    Tarp/Eggebek (MFG2)
DHO38    Saterland-Ramsloh
DHO46    Olpenitz
DHO66    Operations Command Glücksburg
DHO69    Eckernförde
DHO71    Kap Arkona
DHO73    Marienleuchte
DHO79    Helgoland
DHO80    Olpenitz-Harbour
DHO81    Borkum-Harbour/Kiel-Harbour
DHO95    Cuxhaven

STANAG-4285 reported frequencies (traffic is usually encrypted )
01894.7 DHJ59
03368.2 DHJ59
03820.2 DHJ58
04055.2 DHJ58
04256.0 DHJ59
05147.7 DHJ58   
06764.7 DHJ59
06777.2 DHJ59   
08111.2 DHJ58   
08333.7 DHJ59
10190.7 DHJ59
10559.2 DHJ59

All information in this document was submitted by independent radio monitors or has been obtained from public available sources and public sites on the web. Wherever data was obtained via the web or elsewhere, references and/or links to these sources have been noted.

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