The Amateur Radio Public Service Corps (ARPSC) brings together the following amateurs:

  • Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES)
  • National Traffic System (NTS)
  • Volunteers who are credentialed operate in Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES)
  • Volunteers trained as weather spotters in the National Weather Service SKYWARN program

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  • New Winlink Node online in Kalamazoo, NK8X on 144.95

    The Kalamazoo County Races Club has installed a new Winlink node at the Red Cross in Kalamazoo. The frequency is 144.95 at 1200 baud, the node call is NK8X, and the Winlink RMS call is NK8X-10.

  • AUXCOMM Fall Statewide Exercise Results

    The 2022 statewide Fall exercise took place on October 8 from 9:00 to noon, followed by a hot wash. Special thanks to Jack Swift N8WAV, Tim Crane WM8A, Matt McCormick KE8CRV, and Randy Williams KD8MOK for their input, support, and assistance in bringing this exercise together. We hope that you had as much fun in […]

  • New Winlink Node online in Traverse City K8GTC on 147.58

    There is a new Winlink node on the air up in Traverse City. Look for K8GTC on 147.58 MHz. MI7TVC is the node direct, connect to it and look for the list of commands. For Winlink, connect to K8GTC-10. The node is on the air from an antenna on top of the Munson Hospital. A […]