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Alaska Land Mobile Radio (ALMR)


Statewide
Public Trunked Radio System


NameAlaska Land Mobile Radio (ALMR)
OwnerAlaska State
Owner TypePublic
Countiesstatewide / all
StateAlaska
CountryUnited States

System Details
BandVHF / 700 MHz
TypeProject 25 Phase I
ID142
WACNBEE00
NAC?

FCC Callsign(s)
WPYG870, WPYG871, WPYG872, WPZB504, WQBB426, WQBB428, WQBB629, WQBC509, WQBC557, WQBD636, WQBK875, WQBL355, WQBM476, WQBM743, WQBP586, WQJL861, WQJN238, WQUQ446

System-specific links
DatabaseFCC Site Map
ForumRR Site Map

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System Description

Alaska Land Mobile Radio is a multi-site, multi-borough system located in the State of Alaska. Most sites of the system are situated along the State’s highway system. The system is broken up into several Zones:

  • Zone 1 includes Southcentral Alaska south of the Denali Highway.
  • Zone 2 includes Interior Alaska north of the Denali Highway, and east towards the Canada border.
  • Zone 3 includes Southeast Alaska
  • Zone 4 includes the Municipality of Anchorage, extending from Portage to Eklutna. Zone 4 can also be referred to as “Anchorage Wide Area Radio Network (AWARN)”, and is owned by the City of Anchorage. Users native to this system operate on 700mhz frequencies, but have access to certain ALMR talkgroups.

Some talkgroups operating on the system, especially the incident command channels, are organized and programmed by regions:

  • Region A is Southeast Alaska
  • Region B is parts of Mat-Su Borough south of Mile 147 Parks Hwy and Valdez-Cordova Borough
  • Region C is West Alaska, including Kodiak Island
  • Region D is Interior Alaska, north of Mile 147 Parks to Fairbanks-North Star Borough and Southeast Fairbanks Borough.
  • Region E is Kenai Peninsula
  • Region F is Anchorage Municipality.

System Users

Alaska Land Mobile Radio is used by Federal, State and Local agencies. Many agencies maintain licenses for conventional repeaters, and use ALMR to communicate with other agencies as needed.

Federal DOD Users of the System

  • 13th Space Warning Squadron (Clear AFS)
  • 354th Fighter Wing (Eielson AFB)
  • 673rd Air Base Wing (Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson/Elmendorf)  Alaskan Command
  • U.S. Army-Alaska
    • Fort Wainwright
    • Fort Greely
    • Fort Richardson
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District
  • USMC Detachment, MP Company D, 4th Law Enforcement Battalion

Federal Non-DOD Users of the System

  • Department of Agriculture
    • U.S. Forest Service - Law Enforcement & Investigations
  • Department of Commerce
    • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Fisheries Enforcement
  • Department of Homeland Security
    • Federal Emergency Management Agency
    • Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Homeland Security Investigations
    • National Program Protection Directorate Federal Protective Service
    • Transportation Security Administration
  • Department of the Interior
    • Bureau of Land Management
    • National Park Service - Denali Park
    • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  • Department of Justice
    • Drug Enforcement Agency
    • Federal Bureau of Investigation
    • U.S. Attorney's Office - District Anchorage
    • U.S. Marshal Service
  • Department of the Treasury
    • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
    • Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigations
  • Department of Transportation
    • Federal Aviation Administration
    • Federal Aviation Administration - Fairbanks Flight Standards District Office
  • US Veterans Administration Hospital

State Users of the System

  • 49th Civil Affairs Brigade
  • 176th Air National Guard Wing
  • Alaska Army National Guard
  • Alaska Railroad Corporation
  • Department of Corrections
    • Probation and Parole
  • Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Department of Health and Social Services
    • Division of Juvenile Justice
    • Division of Public Health - Section of Emergency Programs
  • Department of Natural Resources
    • Division of Forestry
    • Division of Parks & Outdoor Recreation
    • Salcha-Delta Soil & Water Conservation District
  • Department of Public Safety
  • Department of Transportation and Public Facilities
    • Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
    • Fairbanks International Airport
    • Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
    • Highway Maintenance
  • Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management
  • Division of Pioneer Homes
  • Enterprise Technology Services
  • University of Alaska-Anchorage
    • Police Department
  • University of Alaska-Fairbanks
    • Police Department
    • Fire Department

Local Users of The System

  • Alaska Professional Volunteers
  • Aleutian-Pribolof Island Association
  • Amateur Radio Emergency Services
  • Anchor Point Fire Department
  • Anderson Volunteer Fire Department & Emergency Medical Service
  • Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel Fire Department/Transfield Services
  • Bear Creek Fire Service
  • Capital City Fire/Rescue
  • Cantwell Volunteer Fire Department
  • Central Emergency Services
  • City of Anchorage
    • Anchorage Emergency Medical Services
    • Anchorage Facilities Maintenance
    • Anchorage Fire Department
    • Anchorage Libraries
    • Anchorage Museum
    • Anchorage Parks and Recreation
    • Anchorage Police Department
    • Anchorage Public Transportation
    • Anchorage School District
    • Anchorage Solid Waste Services
    • Anchorage Street Maintenance
    • Anchorage Waste Water Utility
    • Chugiak Volunteer Fire
    • Emergency Operations Center
    • Girdwood Volunteer Fire Department
    • Health/Human Services
    • MOA Communications Division
    • Municipal Manager
    • Municipal Light and Power
    • Port of Anchorage
    • Sullivan Arena
    • Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
  • City of Delta Junction Volunteer Fire Department
  • City of Fairbanks
    • Fairbanks Emergency Communications Center (FECC)
    • Fairbanks Fire Department
    • Fairbanks Police Department
  • City of Nenana
  • City of Palmer - Department of Public Safety
    • Palmer Fire Department
    • Palmer Police Department
  • City of Seldovia
  • City of Seward
  • Chena Goldstream Fire Department
  • Chickaloon Village Tribal Council Justice Department
  • Chitina Volunteer Fire & Rescue
  • Cooper Landing Emergency Services
  • Copper River Emergency Medical Services
  • Copper River Native Association
    • Copper Center Clinic
    • Gakona Clinic
    • Gulkana Clinic
    • Tazlina Clinic
  • Cordova Police Department
  • Cross Road Medical Center
  • Delta Rescue Squad
  • Ester Volunteer Fire Department
  • Fairbanks Memorial Hospital
  • Fairbanks North Star Borough
  • Gakona Fire Department
  • Girdwood Volunteer Fire Department
  • Glen Rich Fire & Rescue  Copper Center Volunteer Fire Department
  • Glennallen Volunteer Fire Department
  • Silver Springs Volunteer Fire Department
  • Tazlina Volunteer Fire Department
  • Homer Police Department
  • Homer Volunteer Fire Department
  • Hope/Sunrise Emergency Fire Department
  • Houston Fire Department
  • Juneau Police Department
  • Kachemak Emergency Services
  • Kenai Fire Department
  • Kenai Peninsula Borough
    • Central Peninsula Hospital
  • Southern Peninsula Hospital
  • Kenai Peninsula Borough School District
  • Kenai Police Department
  • Kennicott/McCarthy Volunteer Fire Department
  • Lake Louise Volunteer Fire Department
  • LifeMed Alaska
  • Manley Hot Springs Volunteer Fire Department
  • Matanuska-Susitna Borough
    • Central Mat-Su Fire Department
    • Matanuska-Susitna Medical Center
  • McKinley Volunteer Fire Department
  • Moose Pass Fire & Emergency Medical Service
  • Mt Sanford Tribal Consortium
  • Municipality of Skagway
  • Naukati Bay Volunteer Fire Department & Emergency Medical Service
  • Nelchina/Mendeltna Volunteer Fire Department
  • Nikiski Fire Department
  • Ninilchik Emergency Services
  • North Pole Fire Department
  • North Pole Police Department
  • North Star Volunteer Fire Department
  • Ouzinkie Department of Public Safety
  • Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center
  • Providence Seward Medical & Care Center
  • Rural Deltana Volunteer Fire Department
  • Salcha Rescue
  • Seward Volunteer Ambulance Corps
  • Soldotna Police Department
  • St Paul Public Safety, City of
  • St Paul Department of Community Safety & Peace
  • Steese Area Volunteer Fire Department
  • Tok Area Emergency Medical Service
  • Tolsona Fire Department
  • Tri-Valley Volunteer Fire Department
  • Valdez City Schools
  • Valdez Fire Department
  • Valdez Police Department
  • Wasilla Police Department
  • Whitestone Emergency Medical

Use of Encryption

Many public safety and military agencies use encryption on this system. Main ALMR users are able to select encryption, if available on their talkgroups. Users of AWARN use strapping, non-selectable encryption. Use of encryption is discouraged on Mutual Aid talkgroups.

Unidentified Talkgroups

Please add unidentified talkgroups, along with any notes here.


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