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

CountyRoleCallNameContact Info.

Contact Section Emergency Coordinator Jeff Walter KE5FGA if interested.

Contact AEC shown below for assistance.

BeeECVacant NONE
BeeECVacant NONE
Jim WellsECVacant NONE
Live OakECW5IMJim
NuecesECVacant NONE
NuecesECVacant NONE
NuecesAECKG5NBA Gary FronteraKG5NBA
NuecesAEC – PIOKE5NAL Michael Eggenberger Sr.KE5NAL
RefugioECVacant NONE
San PatricioECK5BVTom

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

District 4 ARES® Coordinators

Emergency Net Frequencies:

NETDaytime Freq.Nighttime Freq.
ARES Emergency Traffic7285 kHz3873 kHz
ARES Health & Welfare7290 kHz3935 kHz
Texas RACES7248 kHz3975 kHz

NTS - National Traffic System Information