The SHARES HF Radio Program, administered by DHS, provides an additional means for users with a national security or emergency preparedness mission to communicate when landline and cellular communications are unavailable.
SHARES is available on a 24-hour basis to provide an emergency communications link to support intra- or interagency mission requirements. The use of SHARES requires no prior coordination or activation to transmit messages. The flag word "SHARES" is all that is needed to get the message through.
The SHAred RESources (SHARES) High Frequency (HF) Radio Program Working Group (SWG) provides the national security/emergency preparedness (NS/EP) community a forum for addressing issues affecting HF radio interoperability.
Frequently asked questions about the SHARES HF Radio Program.
Operational Levels are designed to improve the responsiveness of the SHARES Coordination Network during emergencies.
A copy of the SHARES Radio Interference Form can be downloaded from the SHARES publications library.
A collection of documents and forms related to the SHAred RESources (SHARES) High Frequency (HF) Radio Program.
If you have any questions or would like further information on the SHARES HF Radio Program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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