75 Meter Michigan Regional SATERN Net


Who: Individual operators representing the following agencies/organizations:

  • SATERN Central Territory

  • Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Division SATERN

  • Eastern Michigan Division SATERN

  • Western Michigan & Northern Indiana Division SATERN

  • Michigan TSA Corps SATERN Units

  • SATERN Members-at-large

  • MSP District Em Comm (ARES/RACES)

  • MARS

  • NTS

  • CAP

  • Club Affiliates

  • General amateur operators.




Who: Great Lakes Emergency and Traffic Net (GLETN)


What: SSB amateur radio communications, directed net.


Where: 75m, on or about 3.932MHz


When: Weekdays, with SATERN Roundtable on Mondays, @ 8:00pm EDT


Why: The purpose(s) of this Net...

  • To provide communication services in support of the operations of The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services within the Michigan / Great Lakes region.

  • To create a venue for emergency communication, between SATERN units across the three Salvation Army Divisions serving the state of Michigan; Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan and Northern Indiana.

  • Provide a common point of information sharing for all member agencies of the Michigan AuxComm organization.

The net is managed by The Great Lakes Emergency and Traffic Net



SATERN is now a component of the GLETN (Great Lakes Emergency and Traffic Net),

held nightly at 8:00pm (pre-net) / 8:30pm (net proper) on 3.932MHz.

SATERN members are invited to check-in to the GLETN. Please state that you
are a SATERN member when you do so.

NOTE: The GLETN is part of the NTS system. In and outbound NTS traffic for/from WMNI SATERN may be brought to this net, any night of the week.

Michigan AuxComm members from other agencies are already a part of this net.

ARES, RACES, and MARS operators attend regularly.

MONDAY EVENINGS: The GLETN will be immediately followed by a SATERN roundtable.
News and announcementsof interest to SATERN/Auxcomm members are welcome.

The GLETN and Monday night SATERN roundables are open to all amateur operators.

Please share this information with all/any amateur operators having an interest
in public service operations and SATERN activities in the Michigan region.