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WELCOME TO TEXAS ARMY MARS
The Military Auxiliary Radio System is a Department of Defense sponsored emergency communications program, established as a separately managed and operated program by the Army, Navy and Air Force. The program consists of licensed amateur radio operators who are interested in military communications. They contribute to the MARS mission providing auxiliary or emergency communications on a local, national, and international basis as an adjunct to normal communications.
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Texas Army MARS provides unique capabilities to emergency management organizations of all kinds. If you are interested in speaking with our leadership regarding possibilities for Texas Army MARS to provide adjunct emergency communications for your civilian or military operations, please contact our state director, AAA6TX.
SERVICES
  • Proud, professional and ready communicators
  • Adjunct digital and voice communications
  • Email over radio (Winlink)
  • Communications consulting
  • Resourceful, technical and adaptive personnel
OUR LEADERS
Ken Miller
State Director
Ken Miller
AAA6TX / AAR6TB
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Chief Army MARS
Stephen Klinefelter
AAA9A
LATEST NEWS
30 NOV 2016 - COMEX 16-4 Demonstrates Effective Collaboration - COMEX 16-4, from 30 October through 1 November 2016 — the final COMEX of 2016 — ushered in a new approach to MARS participation in a simulated nation-wide communications outage.

 

22 OCT 2016 - Texas Army MARS Fall Field Day 2016 - On September 23-24, 2016, Texas Army MARS members conducted Field Day (FFD-16) operations in partnership with region ARES and other radio amateurs from mobilized locations to provide HF data and SSB voice communications ...