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The Vicksburg Amateur Radio Club will meet IN PERSON Monday, July 19, 2021! The meeting will take place at Goldie’s Trail Bar-B-Que in Vicksburg at 6:30 PM. Hope to see you there!

Club callsign badges are now available from The SignMan of Baton Rouge. The Vicksburg Amateur Radio Club has a custom order page at Show your support for the club and order yours today!

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. The program is a civilian auxiliary consisting primarily of licensed amateur radio operators who are interested in assisting the military with communications on a regional and national level when access to traditional forms of communication may no longer be available. The MARS focus is interoperability with ARRL and the Amateur Radio community.

For the July exercise INTEROP OUTREACH, the Army will operate July 5-7 and the Air Force will operate July 8-10. Switchover will be local time midnight on July 7 (0000 hrs local 8 July). The goal of this interaction with Amateur Radio operators is to collaborate and get them accustomed to using channel 1 on the 60-meter band (5.3305 MHz USB, Data, and RTTY; 5.3320 CW) for interacting with Federal Agencies in the event of a major disaster. All exercises will begin on channel 1 as the initial calling channel and move to other 60-meter working channels as may be appropriate.

Additional details about the MARS program is available at their sites – for Army and for Air Force.