Country: United States Region: N Carolina
Latitude: 35° 41' 52" N Longitude: -78° 50' 53" E
Area use / Military Branches: ACTIVE
VoA Transmitting station http://www.engineeringradio.us/blog/2017/04/voa-site-b-greenville-nc/ Greenville
Voice of America a.k.a International Broadcasting Bureau Greenville Transmitting Station or Edward R. Murrow Transmitting Station
The station provided shortwave broadcasts for U.S. government-funded,and international broadcasting (This is the Voice of America).
The main target areas for the station's shortwave broadcasts are Latin America, Cuba, the Caribbean and Africa. (1953- now)
Originally three sites have been activated.
Site A, which comprised 2,821 acres near Beargrass in Beaufort County at grid . 35°41'53"N 77° 9'3"W has been decommisioned 2007.
Site B comprises 2,715 acres near Blackjack in Pitt County at grid 35°28'6"N 77°11'48"W is stil active.
And site C had 633 acres near Falkland, North Carolina at grid 35°38'0"N 77°29'3"W and has also been decommisioned.1999
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