Coastal Bend ARES

ARES is short for Amateur Radio Emergency Service – Get involved!!
What is ARES®?
. . . . . South Texas ARES

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District 4 ARES® Information
District 4 ARES® Coordinators

County Role Call Name Contact Info.
DEC AD5CA Mark Mireles
Aransas EC K5BV Tom Hargrave
Bee EC Vacant NONE
Bee AEC KE5HTB Fred Rugar NONE
Jim Wells EC NONE
Kleberg EC KG5AYD Harley Schwartz kg5ayd@n5crp.org
Live Oak EC W5IM Jim Bomer
Nueces EC NONE
Nueces AEC NONE
Nueces AEC NONE
Nueces AEC NONE
Refugio NONE
San Patricio AEC K5BV Tom Hargrove

DEC = District Emergency Coordinator
EC = Emergency Coordinator
AEC = Assistant Emergency Coordinator

District 4 ARES® Plans

Nueces County ARES® Plan


Register online to join South Texas Section Amateur Radio Emergency Service

What is ARES®? Amateur Radio Emergency Service
South Texas ARES ARES South Texas

Emergency Net Frequencies:

NET Daytime Freq. Nighttime Freq.
ARES Emergency Traffic 7285 kHz 3873 kHz
ARES Health & Welfare 7290 kHz 3935 kHz
Texas RACES 7248 kHz 3975 kHz

NTS – National Traffic System Information
ARRL Radiogram (printer friendly)

FSD-218 – Instructions for filling it out radiogram

FSD-3: ARRL Numbered Radiogram

Texas Traffic net meets every night at 6:30-7:30pm on 3873kHz.

Public Service Communications Manual

FSD-157 – Public Service Activity Report