Welcome to CommsConnectUS!
*** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT***
We are proud to announce that our new CCUS-Discord home is ready for our members, and visitors (the link is below). We can finally put everything we do, under one roof. We REALLY think everyone is going to like it!
Click here to go to CCUS-Discord.
No one can help everyone, everywhere, all the time. But, everyone can help someone, sometime!
What IS CommsConnectUS?
The CommsConnectUS (CCUS) program is really quite simple, but very powerful!
It is a combination of various “Comm-Links and platforms” that interface our network of HAMS, Non-HAMs, and our CommsConnectUS “family” (the combined membership of all of our “Partner Groups”), to provide emergency assistance to any member of those Partner Groups.
We currently have a combined CCUS Team of over 250,000, including our vast network of Ham Radio Operators, and our CCUS-Zello Corps. If you need emergency assistance, chances are excellent that we have someone near enough to lend assistance, no matter where you are.
CCUS was created in order to provide an added layer of security, protection, and accountability for members of our Partner Groups by providing an intact Communications network even when conventional systems are compromised or down.
Diminished communications can be the result of anything from a large scale natural/manmade disaster, to a lone Traveler going through remote areas of the country with diminished or no cell phone coverage. Sometimes, it’s a lone Traveler who just wants the reassurance that they aren’t traveling alone.
Since its inception, the CommsConnectUS program has successfully accomplished hundreds of Traveler Missions, both nationally and internationally, and dozens of Operations and Missions during natural and man made disasters (including many “Rescues”). We also work closely with and coordinate other “Volunteer Disaster Response Organizations” such as The Louisiana Cajun Navy, Louisiana Storm Patrol, SOS, and several volunteer Disaster Medical Teams.
The objective of CCUS is not intended to take the place of any 9-1-1 Emergency Service, system or agency, nor even AAA. But, it is intended to provide the peace of mind in knowing that there is a nation-wide network of over 250,000 like-minded brothers and sisters who are ready, willing, and able, to offer assistance if and when it is needed.
A member in another group recently posed the question, “How can you offer this for free, what’s the catch?”. If you have the same question, here was my reply to her:
My most sincere thanks to the members of the CommsConnectUS Ops Team, members of our CCUS-HAMNet, our CCUS-Zello Corp, and ALL of our Partner Groups, who make this work.
May we always have each others’ six!
Please note: Assistance is NOT guaranteed, but rest assured that we will do our utmost to get assistance to you, should you need it!