Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
  • Back
  • About Group

  • Join Group
36 messages added in the last 7 days

Group Description

A discussion group for those who collect, restore and operate military tactical and ground radios that are built for use by:

Western/NATO/Eastern-Bloc/ and Asian countries.

Such radios can be portable, man-pack, mobile, clandestine, tactical, single or multi-channel types of any kind as long as they were orignally
for ARMY ground forces.

Modes can be AM, SSB, FM, RTTY or other data
types including spread-spectrum or covert/LPI

Subscribers are NOT to set up internet-based archives of armyradios postings.

Postings to the list are are done directly by subscribers. It is recommended that replies to postings are also sent to, or cc'd to the mailing list so that information may be shared with all subscribers.

Attachments to e-mail postings are not allowed. Photos or files should be uploaded to their respective areas on the armyradios group page.

It is encouraged that subscribers have full internet access from their ISP, and not ascii/email access such as juno.com

Please don't whine at the list owner about attachments or file exchange if you are a juno user!!

Current net frequencies and net times are e-mailed to new subscribers, and also sent bi-weekly to the mailing list.

SPAMMING of this list and flame-wars will result
in the offending subscribers being terminated
from the list.

The PRIMARY purpose of this list is discussion. Listings of equipment for sale, auction, or purchase is also encouraged.

For sales of equipment, place an [FS] at the start of the subject line.

For auction listings, please place an [FA} at the start of the subject line.

Thanx :-)

Group Information

  • 1981
  • Radio
  • Aug 4, 1999
  • English

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages from new members require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

Message History