DHS Introduction to Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR)

A 10 Minute Introductory Video

Getting your GMRS License - video by Matt, K1THO

Weekly SAR net Friday evenings at 7:00 PM on the TEAC Repeater (147.280+ MHz, Tone: 103.5 Hz)

KI5EYI Clark: SAR Net Group Organizer

Amateur radio operators use their training, skills, and equipment to provide communications during emergencies When all else fails. Hams serve our communities when storms or other disasters damage critical communication infrastructure, including cell towers, and wired and wireless networks. Amateur radio can function completely independently of the internet and phone systems. An amateur radio station can be set up almost anywhere in minutes. Hams can quickly raise a wire antenna in a tree or on a mast, connect it to a radio and power source, and communicate effectively with others.

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