It used to be thought in the more conspiratorially minded parts of the Internet that very long ones would mean a lot of orders going out at once, and indicate that something very large is up. This has not been shown as the case. The really long ones come in sections, and in the past they've been related to exercises or unknown situations.
With this, let's note that tonight they sent just possibly the longest one ever. It was 270 characters long. (Normal is around 35.) It took the poor operator at Andrews HF-GCS 23 minutes to get through the required two broadcasts. He barely made it. You could hear him trying to catch his breath.
The loudest frequency heard in California was 6739 kHz USB. The broadcast was parallel on other HFGCS channels. The ones heard here were 8992 and 11175.
Here is the (offline encrypted) text of the EAM Note the sections delimited by 4 repetitions of a letter, which is typical of this particular extended message type:
VXNN7UBAZ5HDGTF2YZLLVJWO QVURW4KHSX3PW7O5ASOCUS7DVJPYRANKR5GGVTVTAXOANKKEEEEBPC5F3ZCACCCX2OX22Y HHHH4XOIIWRBP2WHIPZIIPK CCCC7NBNVFAA5F3YCMLLXEN QQQQ4VFCBEXHQIZORDIZNHPHMU3425PMZKPCFSS2LIJEDKTJ AAAA3P5RJTQ77UD2I46VS4D CCCCBUYNM4LJO3LNM3FVMUY JJJJ3HXRRHWVJWWEBDYYDYG HHHHJDIB2DL6UM