The following AmRRON SITREP is the traffic which was distributed
during the 4th Quarter, 2019 AmRRON exercise. It was generated
at AmRRON National, and then sent across the network as a test
to determine how far-reaching information could be disseminated.
But if you weren’t able to participate in the latest communications
exercise, it’s an important and timely message. If you are
part of AmRRON and you did not receive the SITREP, you need to ask
yourself ‘Why’?

The website is full of abundant resources, and more are on the way!










Quarterly Exercise Q4 2019

Field 17 – Remarks:

2020 Assessment:
As a network for disasters and civil defense, we continue
to monitor indicators of socio-political and economic
instability across the country and around the world.

As the 2020 elections in the United States draw closer,
many analysts predict an increased polarization based on
political, social, and ideological lines, which further
raises the probability of ‘Low Intensity Conflict’ (LIC).
Whether directly or indirectly, the implications of LIC in
America brings about the possibility of disruptions to
infrastructure. Most relevant to AmRRON would be
disruptions in conventional power and telecommunications

As we approach the new year, and throughout 2020, we
encourage everyone to continue developing and improving
skills as communications specialists.
Be prepared to contribute to the protection/restoration of
life, liberty, and property, the Constitution many of us
have taken oaths to defend, of the rule of law, and of the
Be prepared to serve the leaders in your communities and
states whose goals are to protect or restore the same, and
who will need intelligence and communications support.
– Participate in regularly-scheduled practice nets
– Identify gaps in your comms capabilities
– Make improvements to your stations and skills (seek knowledge)
– Expand your local or area communications networks
– Learn about the intelligence gathering/analysis
process (Recommended resource: Forward Observer)
– Make every effort to obtain each weekly AmRRON
Intelligence Brief (AIB)

Go to to learn more.

If you received this over radio or in person by courier,
please take a moment to take the survey at the web address
(URL) provided in this week’s AIB-20191105.
Survey deadline: Monday, November 10th 0800 Zulu time/date

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“We are on the line 157 337. We will repeat this message.
We will repeat this on 6210 kilocycles.”
– Amelia Earhart’s final in-flight radio message before
disappearing over the Pacifc ocean on July 2, 1937 at 08:43.

“Be strong and courageous, do not fear or be dismayed
because of the king of Assyria nor because of all the horde
that is with him; for the one with us is greater than the
one with him.”
2 Chronicles 32:7

******* Q4 CODE: 38235 *******



The file which was sent across the network by AmRRON operators
is attached as a .txt file, which can be pasted into your flmsg program
and opened in your browser after properly downloading and importing the
AmRRON Custom Forms.


For more information about digital modes, type ‘Digital’ in the
search box at the upper right-hand corner of the web page.