The Current REAL WORLD AmRRON Communications Network Condition Level is:

For more information on how the AmCON level is determined CLICK HERE

*14 JUNE 2018 UPDATE*

Due to the apparent success of the U.S./North Korea talks this week, the
political and nuclear threat situation appears to have deescalated
significantly.  We are lowering the AmCON to Level 5, the lowest
level.   We will continue to be watchful.  Thank you for your vigilance
and always being ready to respond with emergency communications!


*15 APRIL 2018 UPDATE: *

//All Stations// 
Reduced readiness level to AmCON-4

Due to the limited scope of military action in Syria, and Russia's appeal to the United Nations in what appears to be a 'diplomatic' and propaganda response to the air strikes, it is our estimation that the situation has deescalated.  It is also our assessment that as a result, there is a significantly reduced probability of a major or catastrophic disruption to conventional communications. 

There does still exist a significant build-up of military assets in the region around Syria and tensions remain high.  The situation is still tense and volatile.  We urge AmRRON members (and others) to keep backupand non-essential electronics equipment stored in faraday when not in use.  Continue to train, improve your stations and your skillsets, and participate in the regularly-scheduled practice nets. 

Check the website for any further updates or guidance.  We hope to have a solution to the mobile AmRRON app soon. 

Stay safe and alert. 

*13 APRIL 2018 UPDATE: *

//All Stations// Due to increased tensions and the maneuvering of military assets by multiple nations in and around Syria, we are raising the AmCON to Level 3.  This increase in AmCON is to increase awareness of an increased probability of an event which could disrupt conventional communications.  We will continue to monitor the situation. At this time, no immediate action is called for beyond the general guidance outlined for AmCON 3.  More guidance will be forthcoming and will be posted on  We will continue to evaluate and assess. The Staff, AmRRON

Action In Syria Coming Amid Expectations Of Air Strikes
Haifa orders townspeople to prepare for emergency
Russia says the US is about to strike Syria — and that it will strike back
Russia, Syria: Israeli Jets Strike Air Base After Alleged Poison Gas Attack In Douma
Russia TV Instructs Viewers How to Prepare Bomb Shelters For Nuclear War (Video)
Nuclear ‘Doomsday Plane’ Goes Airborne As War Fears Grow

***Information Alert***
– Russian UN Ambassador warns “cannot exclude” possibility of direct conflict with US over Syria.
-UK Cabinet gives PM May approval for action.
– Russia moves Backfires (SU-22 Bombers) into Iran


*05 MAR 2018 UPDATE: *

//All Stations// The AmCON level has been lowered to level 4. This is in response to a reduced probability of an immediate threat from North Korea. We will continue to monitor the situation. Be sure to announce the current AmCON level during the scheduled AmRRON nets.  All stations begin preparing for T-REX 2018. by testing comms equipment and participating in the practice nets.

*09 DEC 2017 UPDATE: *

We will maintain at LEAST AmCON-3 until the situation involving North Korea stabilizes significantly. Continue training.  Stay alert.  Stay prepared! 
North Korea readying for another nuclear test? Satellite images show hectic activity at Punggye-ri.  Radio Pyongyang broadcast secret coded messages hinting at a possible impending weapons test.

*08 AUG 2017 UPDATE: *

Trump warns North Korea threats 'will be met with fire and fury'
* North Korea has successfully created a miniaturized nuclear weapon that can fit in its missiles, according to NBC News and The Washington Post.

*12 APRIL 2017 UPDATE: *

High potential for EMP-capable satellite(s)* Former CIA director James Woolsey & Dr. Peter Vincent Prypublished an Op-Ed 


1. Disconnect antennas from radios when not in use

2. Other unused or spare radios, laptops, thumb drives, etc. placed in faraday protection

3. Participate in T-Rex 2018 on July 20th - 22nd, as well as any upcoming practice nets to ensure your equipment, software and skills are ware are maintained and up to date.

Continue training.  Stay alert.  Stay prepared.