FEMA Frequencies

FEMA is the Federal Emergency Management Association. They are one of the frontline government agencies to respond to any large-scale disaster with medical care, triage, shelter, food, and other forms of humanitarian aid.

List of Frequencies to find FEMA activity

  • 34.90 – Nationwide National Guard frequency during emergencies
  • 39.46 – Inter-department emergency communications by police
  • 47.42 – Nationwide Red Cross channel during humanitarian aid missions
  • 121.500 – International frequency for aeronautical emergencies
  • 138.225 – Disaster relief channel used by FEMA
  • 154.265 – Used by firemen during emergencies
  • 154.280 – Used by firemen during emergencies
  • 154.295 – Used by firemen during emergencies
  • 155.160 – Used by various agencies during search and rescue operations
  • 155.475 – Emergency communications for police
  • 156.750 – International maritime weather alerts
  • 156.800 – International maritime distress channel. All ships at sea are required to monitor this channel
  • 163.4875 – A National Guard emergency communications frequency
  • 163.5125 – Military National Disaster Preparedness frequency
  • 168.550 – Emergency and disaster frequency used by civilian agencies of the federal government
  • 243.000 – Military aviation emergencies
  • 311.000 – US Air Force flight channel
  • 317.700 – US Coast Guard aviation frequency
  • 317.800 – US Coast Guard aviation frequency
  • 319.400 – US Air Force frequency
  • 340.200 – US Navy aviator frequency
  • 409.625 – Department of State national communications frequency
  • 462.675 – Emergency communications and traveler assistance in General Mobile Radio Service

NOAA

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) plays an integral role in conserving and managing our coastal and marine resources.

  • 162.400
  • 162.425
  • 162.450
  • 162.475
  • 162.500
  • 162.525
  • 162.550
  • 163.275

Also see our list of Salvation Army comms