The extent to which navigation signals in the E6 band may be impacted by shared spectrum allocations might be underappreciated. This paper presents top-level observations from a multi-year international radio frequency interference (RFI) monitoring project covering all L-band global navigation satellite system (GNSS) signals with specific focus on the challenges facing the E6 band. The context of this paper is the assumption that most users will be non-authorized and have access to only the open data-bearing signal component and not the encrypted pilot of the E6 Galileo signal. In virtually all locations where the Advanced RFI Detection, Analysis, and Alerting System (ARFIDAAS) monitoring stations were deployed, frequent disruption of the E6 band from systems such as radar installations or other authorized users of the spectrum was observed. In the presented paper, an effort is made to put the observations in the context of the expected use cases of the E6 signal.