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MC-ARES/RACES

Monterey County

Amateur Emergency Communications

Amateur Radio Operators (HAMS) of Monterey County support local agencies whenever an emergency calls for extra communication resources. Although we are called "amateurs" we are very professional in the level of service we provide as a volunteer (non paid) network of highly skilled communication personnel.

MC-AEC is a governing organization responsible for fund raising and is fully sanctioned as an operating club by ARRL National.

Tri-County Area

Monterey County

San Benito County

Santa Cruz County

Location of Monterey County


The county is around 100 miles long from north to south and the variable terrain often makes it difficult to communicate into sheltered valleys between ranges.

Monterey County

Amateur Emergency

Communications

is a Weather-Ready

Nation Ambassador.

ABOUT US

The Monterey County

Emergency Communication

club is the "beacon of light"

in Monterey County,

California, whenever

emergencies require

additional communication

support. We have a group of highly trained 

radio operators who willing

provide their services, free of charge, whenever and wherever we are

requested to do so.

CLUB OFFICERS

PRESIDENT:

VICE PRESIDENT:

SECRETARY/TREASURER:

ALAN JUMP / N5ILN

GALE FOSS / KK6EIW

JIM TRIPP / WA6DIJ

Mailing address for MC-AEC is:

PO Box 1126

Castroville, CA 95012-1126

CLUB MEETINGS

The club meets on the third Saturday of every month at 10 AM

usually at the Monterey County OES in Salinas.

Check the calendar page to see where the next meeting will be

held.

WEEKLY ARES NET


Wednesday evenings at 1930 hours on the following freq;


K6JE 145.470, -600, PL=94.8


located on Fremont Peak


We thank the Fremont Peak Repeater Association for the use of their repeater on a weekly basis.

Our terrain varies from rugged coastal ranges to agricultural interior valleys surrounded by additional inland mountains.

Rugged Big Sur Coastline of Monterey County

Photo Credit: NOAA

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