(St. Louis Metro Area ARES Talkgroup)
 
 
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The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®) provides emergency communications to "Served Agencies" such as fire and police departments, the American Red Cross, the National Weather Service, hospitals, and others. Many ARES® teams also provide communications for public service events such as marathons, parades, bike riding events, and boat races. Individual ARES® teams are organized at the county level in Missouri. This is the Web site of the ARES® team serving St. Louis City and County, Missouri.
 
 
The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® is a program of the American Radio Relay League. "ARES" and "Amateur Radio Emergency Service" are registered marks of and are used on this Web site by permission of the American Radio Relay League.
 

Latest revision as of 19:33, 7 November 2017

Open (312921)
No image
Description Open
Website unspecified
Country United States of America
Reflector None
Bridged to
D-Star No Tetra No
P25 No Analog No
Wires-X No YSF No
St. Louis Metro ARES (312921)
Description St. Louis Metro Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Website http://www.stlares.org/
Country United States of America
Reflector None
Bridged to
D-Star No Tetra No
P25 No Analog No
Wires-X No YSF No



The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®) provides emergency communications to "Served Agencies" such as fire and police departments, the American Red Cross, the National Weather Service, hospitals, and others. Many ARES® teams also provide communications for public service events such as marathons, parades, bike riding events, and boat races. Individual ARES® teams are organized at the county level in Missouri. This is the Web site of the ARES® team serving St. Louis City and County, Missouri.

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® is a program of the American Radio Relay League. "ARES" and "Amateur Radio Emergency Service" are registered marks of and are used on this Web site by permission of the American Radio Relay League.