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  1. USA-33: HQ, 2d Radio Squadron Mobile, Darmstadt, Germany (as of 1950)
  2. USA-33: 6911th Radio Squardon Mobile (as of 1955)
  3. USA-33A: Det. A, 2d Radio Squadron Mobile, Rothweston, Germany (as of 1950)
  4. USA-33B: Det. B, 2d Radio Squadron Mobile, Munich/Schliessheim, Germany (as of 1950)
  5. USA-33C: Det. C, 2d Radio Squadron Mobile, Bremerhaven, Germany (as of 1950)
  6. USA-33D: Det. D, 2d Radio Squadron Mobile, Tempelhof, Berlin, Germany (as of 1950)
  7. USA-33D: Det. 24, 2nd Radio Squadron Mobile, Tempelhof, Berlin, Germany (as of 1952)
  8. USA-33F: Det. 16, 136th Comm. Security Squadron, Ankara, Turkey (as of 1952)
  9. USA-34: HQ, 3rd Radio Squadron Mobile, Elmendorf AFB, Fort Richardson, Alaska (as of 1950)
  10. USA-34A: Det. A, 3rd Radio Squadron Mobile, Adak, Alaska (as of 1950)
  11. USA-34B: Det. B, 3rd Radio Squadron Mobile, Nome, Alaska (as of 1950)
  12. USA-34C: Det. C, 3rd Radio Squadron Mobile, Naknek, Alaska (as of 1950)
  13. USA-38: HQ, 1st Radio Squadron Mobile, Johnson AFB, Irumagawa, Japan (as of 1950)
  14. USA-38B: ? (existed as of 1955)
  15. USA-51: ? (existed as of 1955)
  16. USA-52: HQ, 12th Radio Squadron Mobile, Landsberg, Germany (as of 1952)
  17. USA-52: 6912th Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  18. USA-52A: Det. 121, 12th Radio Squadron Mobile, Linz-Horshching, Austria (as of 1952)
  19. USA-52B: Det. 122, 12th Radio Squadron Mobile, Munich/Schleissheim, Germany  (as of 1952)
  20. USA-54: HQ, 15th Radio Squadron Mobile, Ashiya, Japan (as of 1952)
  21. USA-54: 6922nd Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  22. USA-54A: Det. 151, 15th Radio Squadron Mobile, Seoul, Korea (as of 1952)
  23. USA-54K: ? (existed as of 1955)
  24. USA-55: 6952nd Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  25. USA-56: 6934th Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  26. USA-56K: ? (existed as of 1955)
  27. USA-56L: ? (existed as of 1955)
  28. USA-57: 6925th Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  29. USA-57K: ? (existed as of 1955)
  30. USA-58: 6983rd Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  31. USA-59: ? (existed as of 1955)
  32. USA-67: 6914th Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  33. USA-82B: 6983rd Radio Squadron Mobile (as of 1955)
  34.  
  35. USA-501: 8th Radio Squadron Mobile, Brooks AFB, Texas (Training) (as of 1952)
  36.  
  37. USD-77: Military Attache, Washington D.C. (as of 1950)
  38. USD-79: Department of State, Washington D.C.
  39. USD-80: Miscellaneous Sources (as of 1950)
  40. USD-80E: Wire Sources, Europe (as of 1950)
  41. USD-80P: Wire Sources, Pacific (as of 1950)
  42. USD-81: Central Intelligence Agency, Washington D.C. (as of 1950)
  43. USD-84: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington D.C. (as of 1950)
  44.  
  45. USM-2: 8602 ASA Unit (AAU) at Two Rock Ranch in Petaluma, California (1942-1971)
  46. USM-3: 8603 AAU (as of 1955)
  47. USM-4: 8604 AAU at Asmara, Eritrea (as of 1952)
  48. USM-5: 8605 AAU at Helemano, Hawaii (1952?-1958)
  49. USM-6: 8606 AAU at Herzogenaurach, Germany (1947-1960)
  50. USM-6A: 8606 AAU, Detachment A Direction finding (DF) station at Herzo Base, Germany (as of 1952)
  51. USM-6B: 8606 AAU, Detachment B DF station in Bremen, Germany (as of 1952)
  52. USM-6C: 8606 AAU, Detachment C DF station in Berlin, Germany (1952?-1954)
  53. USM-7: 8607 AAU at Fairbanks, Alaska (1952?-1953)
  54. USM-8: 8608 AAU in Scheyem, Germany (1951-1957)
  55. USM-8A 8608 AAU, Detachment A DF station in Scheyem, Germany (as of 1952)
  56. USM-8B: 8608 AAU, Detachment B DF station in Passau, Germany (as of 1952)
  57. USM-8E: 8608 AAU, Detachment E in Wels, Austria  (as of 1952)
  58. USM-8F: 8608 AAU, Detachment F in Trieste, Italy (as of 1952)
  59. USM-9: 8609 AAU, Clark Air Base, Luzon, The Philippines (as of 1952)
  60.  
  61. USM-30: 126th Signal Service Co., Kyoto, Japan (as of 1950)
  62. USM-30: 326th Communications Recon. Co., Ssangmun-ni, Korea (as of 1952)
  63. USM-30B: DF unit of 326th Comm. Recon. Co., Tosa-ri, Korea (as of 1952)
  64. USM-30C: DF unit of 326th Comm. Recon. Co., Tuksom (Tukto), Korea (as of 1952)
  65. USM-30D: DF unit of 326th Comm. Recon. Co., Paengyong-do, Korea (as of 1952)
  66. USM-31: 114th Signal Service Co., Herzo Base, Germany (as of 1950)
  67. USM-31: 331st Comm. Recon. Co., Giessen, Germany (as of 1952)
  68. USM-31A: Det. of the 114th Signal Service Co., Rothweston, Germany (as of 1950)
  69. USM-31A: DF unit, Det. A of 331st Comm. Recon. Co., Hammelburg, Germany (as of 1952)
  70. USM-31B: DF unit, Det. B of 331st Comm. Recon. Co., Kassel, Germany (as of 1952)
  71. USM-32: 116th Signal Service Co., Scheyern, Germany (as of 1950)
  72. USM-32: 332nd Comm. Recon. Co., Helbronn, Germany (as of 1952)
  73. USM-32A: DF unit, Det. A of 332nd Comm. Recon. Co., Hemmingen, Germany (as of 1952)
  74. USM-32B: DF unit, Det. B of 332nd Comm. Recon. Co., Ansbach, Germany (as of 1952)
  75. USM-35: 60th Signal Service Co., Fort Lewis, Washington (as of 1950)
  76. USM-35: 330th Comm. Recon. Co., Hadumo-dong, Korea (as of 1952)
  77. USM-35: DF unit of 330th Comm. Recon. Co., Kansong-ni, Korea (as of 1952)
  78. USM-35A: DF unit of 330th Comm. Recon. Co., Hongchon, Korea (as of 1952)
  79. USM-35C: DF unit of 330th Comm. Recon. Co., Yanggu, Korea (as of 1952)
  80. USM-36: 111th Signal Service Co., Okinawa, Japan (as of 1950)
  81. USM-36: 327th Comm. Recon. Co., Naha, Okinawa, Ryuku Islands, Japan (as of 1952)
  82. USM-44: Special ASA Search Units (as of 1950)
  83. USM-44: Special ASA Site Survey Units (as of 1952)
  84. USM-46: 8612 AAU (as of 1955)
  85.  
  86. USM-82: Office of the Deputy Director of Intelligence (ODDI), European Command (as of 1950)
  87. USM-83: Special Intelligence Team B, Trieste, Italy (as of 1950)
  88. USM-85: Special Intelligence Team A, Wels, Austria (as of 1950)
  89. USM-85A: DF Det. of the 116th Signal Service Co., Passau, Germany (as of 1950)
  90. USM-86: 8621 AAU, HQ ASA Pacific, Tokyo, Japan (as of 1952)
  91.  
  92. USM-610: 8610 AAU, Kyoto, Japan (as of 1952)
  93. USM-610A: DF unit at Hakata, Japan (as of 1952)
  94. USM-612: 8612 AAU, Chitose, Hokkaido, Japan (as of 1952)
  95. USM-616: ASACARIB (as of 1955)
  96. USM-651: 303rd. Comm. Recon. Bn., Uijongbu, Korea (as of 1952)
  97. USM-652: 329th Comm. Recon. Co., Chunchon, Korea (as of 1952)
  98. USM-652: DF unit of 329th Comm. Recon. Co., Chip'o-ri, Korea (as of 1952)
  99. USM-652: DF unit of 329th Comm. Recon. Co., Chunchon, Korea (as of 1952)
  100. USM-663: 304th Comm. Recon. Bn., Kamjong-ni, Korea
  101. USM-664: 501st Comm. Recon. Group, Seoul, Korea (as of 1952)
  102. USM-676: 33rd Comm. Recon. Co., Nome, Alaska (as of 1952)
  103.  
  104. USN-10: Naval Security Station, Washington D.C. (as of 1952)
  105. USN-12: Kenitra (Port Lyautey), Morocco (as of 1952)
  106. USN-14.1: Pacific Fleet floating detachment (as of 1952)
  107. USN-14.2: Pacific Fleet floating detachment (as of 1952)
  108. USN-14.3: Pacific Fleet floating detachment (as of 1952)
  109. USN-15: Imperial Beach, California (as of 1952)
  110. USN-16: DF station at Bainbridge Island (Port Blakely), Washington (as of 1952)
  111. USN-17: Recife, Brazil (CU-33) (as of 1952)
  112. USN-18: U.S. Naval Communications Station Charleston, South Carolina (as of 1955)
  113. USN-19: U.S. Naval Communications Station San Juan, Puerto Rico (as of 1955)
  114. USN-20: U.S. Naval Communications Station Boston, Massachusetts (as of 1955)
  115. USN-21: Skaggs Island, Sonoma, California (Research) (as of 1952)
  116. USN-21: Naval Security Group, Fleet-Level Commander (COMFLC) (as of 1955)
  117. USN-22: Cheltenham, Maryland (as of 1952)
  118. USN-23: DF station at Toro Point, Panama Canal Zone (CU-36) (as of 1952)
  119. USN-26: U.S. Naval Communications Station San Francisco, California (as of 1955)
  120. USN-27: U.S. Naval Communication Station Philippines, San Miguel, Philippines (as of 1955)
  121. USN-28: St. Paul, Minnesota (Research) (as of 1952)
  122. USN-29: Yokosuka, Japan (Advanced Exploitation Unit) (as of 1952)
  123.  
  124. USN-39: Communications Supplementary Activity, Yokosuka, Japan (CU-33) (as of 1950)
  125. USN-39: U.S. Naval Communications Facility Yokosuka, Japan (as of 1955)
  126. USN-39.1: Det. of USN-39, Chitose, Japan (as of 1952)
  127. USN-40: Naval Security Group Detachment Bremerhaven, West Germany (as of 1955)
  128. USN-42: SESP Teams, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean (CU-32) (as of 1950)
  129. USN-43: Communications Supplementary Activities Afloat (CU-34.1 and 34.2) (as of 1950)
  130. USN-43.1: Sixth Fleet floating detachment (CU-34) (as of 1952)
  131. USN-43.2: Sixth Fleet floating detachment (CU-34) (as of 1952)
  132. USN-46: DF unit in Bremen, Germany (as of 1950)
  133. USN-60: Naval Reserve Listening Service (as of 1950)
  134. USN-415: DF unit at Amagansett, Long Island, New York (as of 1952)
  135.  
  136. Sources:
  137. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/friedman-documents/assets/files/panel-committee-board/FOLDER_286/41752979079214.pdf
  138. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/friedman-documents/assets/files/panel-committee-board/FOLDER_359/41749429078861.pdf
  139. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/friedman-documents/assets/files/reports-research/FOLDER_059/41711019075033.pdf
  140. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/friedman-documents/assets/files/reports-research/FOLDER_065/41701279074060.pdf
  141. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/friedman-documents/assets/files/reports-research/FOLDER_382/41763789080291.pdf
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