ARRL Numbered Radiograms (ARL Codes)
Group One—For Possible “Relief Emergency” Use
ONE - Everyone safe here. Please don’t worry.
TWO - Coming home as soon as possible.
THREE - Am in ____ hospital. Receiving excellent care and recovering fine.
FOUR - Only slight property damage here. Do not be concerned about disaster reports.
FIVE - Am moving to new location. Send no further mail. Will inform you of new address when relocated.
SIX - Will contact you ASAP.
SEVEN - Please reply by Amateur Radio through the amateur delivering this message. This is a free service.
EIGHT - Need additional _____ mobile or portable equipment for immediate emergency use.
NINE - Additional _____ radio operators needed to assist with emergency at this location.
TEN - Please contact ______. Advise to standby and provide further emergency information, instructions or assistance.
ELEVEN - Establish Amateur Radio emergency communications with ______ on _____ MHz.
TWELVE - Anxious to hear from you. No word in some time. Please contact me as soon as possible.
THIRTEEN - Medical emergency situation exists here.
FOURTEEN - Situation here becoming critical. Losses and damage from ____ increasing.
FIFTEEN - Please advise your condition and what help is needed.
SIXTEEN - Property damage very severe in this area.
SEVENTEEN - REACT communications services also available. Establish REACT communication with ______ on channel _____.
EIGHTEEN - Please contact me as soon as possible at _______.
NINETEEN - Request health and welfare report on ______(name, address, phone).
TWENTY - Temporarily stranded. Will need some assistance. Please contact me at _____.
TWENTY ONE - Search and Rescue assistance is needed by local authorities here. Advise availability.
TWENTY TWO - Need accurate information on the extent and type of conditions now existing at your location. Please furnish this information and reply without delay.
TWENTY THREE - Report at once the accessibility and best way to reach your location.
TWENTY FOUR - Evacuation of residents from this area urgently needed. Advise plans for help.
TWENTY FIVE - Furnish as soon as possible the weather conditions at your location.
TWENTY SIX - Help and care for evacuation of sick and injured from this location needed at once.
Group Two—Routine Messages
FOURTY SIX - Greetings on your birthday and best wishes for many more to come.
FOURTY SEVEN - Reference your message number _____ to _____ delivered on _____ at _____ UTC.
FIFTY - Greetings by Amateur Radio.
FIFTY ONE - Greetings by Amateur Radio. This message is sent as a free public service by ham radio operators at _____. Am having a wonderful time.
FIFTY TWO - Really enjoyed being with you. Looking forward to getting together again.
FIFTY THREE - Received your _____. It’s appreciated; many thanks.
FIFTY FOUR - Many thanks for your good wishes.
FIFTY FIVE - Good news is always welcome. Very delighted to hear about yours.
FIFTY SIX - Congratulations on your _____, a most worthy and deserved achievement.
FIFTY SEVEN - Wish we could be together.
FIFTY EIGHT - Have a wonderful time. Let us know when you return.
FIFTY NINE - Congratulations on the new arrival. Hope mother and child are well.
SIXTY - Wishing you the best of everything on _____. (usually a holiday)
SIXTY ONE - Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
SIXTY TWO - Greetings and best wishes to you for a pleasant _____ holiday season.
SIXTY THREE - Victory or defeat, our best wishes are with you. Hope you win.
SIXTY FOUR - Arrived safely at _____.
SIXTY FIVE - Arriving _____ on _____. Please arrange to meet me there.
SIXTY SIX - DX QSLs are on hand for you at the _____ QSL Bureau. Send _____ self-addressed envelopes.
SIXTY SEVEN - Your message number _____ undeliverable because of _____. Please advise.
SIXTY EIGHT - Sorry to hear you are ill. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
SIXTY NINE - Welcome to the _____. We are glad to have you with us and hope you will enjoy the fun and fellowship of the organization.