My information on this system came from a friend and long time radio contact who once worked for the Forest Service as a radio tech many years ago. He has the ability to get more information from current radio tech types than I do even though his employment with the Forest Service was shorter than mine. I'm not a very good "schmusser" and he is. He wrote up both the South and North Zone Nets, as they were called then, in the newsletter of the RCMA or "Radio Communications Monitoring Association." I kept every issue of the newletter for the 20 years it existed. Recently I recycled all of them with some exceptions, as most of the information is very dated, in effect, obsolete. Very important and seemingly timeless, information, such as the writeup for the South Ops dispatcher's net, I kept. I have an entire two shelf book case full of 5" ring binders full of stuff like this.Exsmokey, You rock!, Excellent and informative, you are what Radioreference is all about. Great Post! Thanks
So I give credit where credit is due and that is to G C Currivan. He not only found the information on this system back in the 1980's, but wrote it up in a very concise and understandable manner.