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7/5/2016: Decommissioning of Nationwide Differential Global Positioning System sites

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The Coast Guard issued a notice announcing that nine maritime nationwide differential global positioning system (NDGPS) sites will soon be decommissioned.

The following maritime sites will be disestablished:

  • Brunswick, Maine
  • Cold Bay, Alaska
  • Isabela, Puerto Rico
  • Eglin, Florida
  • Lompoc, California
  • Pickford, Michigan
  • Saginaw Bay, Michigan
  • Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
  • Key West


Termination of the NDGPS broadcast is planned to occur 30 days from this announcement.

For more information, please view the entire Federal Register post.

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