Category - Amateur
The military auxiliary radio system (mars) is a united states department of defense sponsored program, established as a separately managed and operated program by the united states army, and the united states air force. army mars is a department of defense sponsored program which utilizes amateur radio operators to contribute to the mission of the department of the army. Army mars members must have access to hf radio equipment, file a monthly report, and participate a minimum of 12 hours total, including a minimum 6 hours on hf radio each quarter. Mission - the united states air force military auxiliary radio system provides contingency communications support on behalf of the men and women of the department of defense and other u. Government users in support of their important and diverse national security missions whenever, however and wherever required. Satern is an all volunteer organization made up of currently licensed amateur radio operators. The volunteer their time and efforts toward aiding the salvation army emergency disaster services ministry. In november of 1925 the army signal corps and the american radio relay league (arrl) joined to activate the army amateur radio system (aars) providing communications during national disasters. The first gateway at fort monmouth, call sign 2cxl, activated on 1 november 1925 led by capt. Sende- und empfangsgeräte des heeres - wwii german army radio equipment the potters wheel, cornwall, england - military radio museum, manuals,.