MARS stands for Military Auxiliary Radio System.  MARS is a Department of Defense sponsored program, established as a separately managed and operated program by the Army, and Air Force

Army MARS (AMARS) organizes and trains the best, licensed amateur radio volunteers to operate in military radio networks to support tasked requirements establishing high frequency radio contingency communications.  We are managed through United States Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) and headquartered at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

Army MARS on the Internet:
This page is the official distribution point of Army MARS (AMARS) materials; and is operated and maintained by personnel assigned by US Army NETCOM, FT Huachuca AZ until such time its content and function are transferred to a permanent site on the .mil domain.  This page supplements the www.netcom.army.mil/mars/ web site and provides more detailed and specific information required to operate the MARS program.  The AMARS social media presence is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HQArmyMARS.  These web sites are the only authorized AMARS point of presence on the world wide web. 

All other sites purporting to represent AMARS should be considered unofficial, inaccurate, misinformation, or out of date.

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