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History of the National Army Radio Broadcasting stations.
In 1954 the first military radio station was inaugurated, under General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla’s government. In 1978, BG. Hernando Hurtado Vallejo organizes the first mobile radio station (tactic).
In 1995, the Army National counted with 11 tactical mobile radio stations on vehicles.
In the year 1996 begins with General Harold Bedoya Pizarro and the Communications minister Saulo Arboleda the frequencies legalization process for the National Army.
With the Resolution No. 001944 of April 7 1997, the National Government, through the Ministry of Communications, granted and officialized to the National Army, 25 radio frequencies in the A.M and F.M systems.
In 1998 started with the E-5 Department Director, the studies and coordinations with the different units for the infrastructure adaptation works where the emission studios and the transmitters and towers would be located. It was also started the Ncos preparation to administrate, program, production and locution for the radio stations.
On July 1 1999 it is stablished the main radio station in Bogotá city and from there the work of the different radio stations is addressed in what respects with programming and objectives. It is started the installation process of the radio stations to national level.
In the year 2000 several radio stations passed from 0.250 watts to 5 kilowatts, with the purpose of arriving to those areas affected by the terrorist organizations actions, so that the radio stations can fulfill with their psychological objectives in front of the targets established.
In 2001 are launched campaigns against the Farc, the Eln and the illegal self-defense terrorists to generate the civil´s population rejection and from the different national and international government organisms.
In 2002 are developed campaigns to legitimate the State and its institutions, and to receive support from the civil population as accusations of facts that attempt against the integrity of the Colombians or possible acts against the domestic economic infrastructure. In the second semester of the year is given the definitive legalization to our stations before the Ministry of Communications.
Starting from the year 2003 the work of the radio stations is addressed toward the security politics and Defense begun by the national Government, to guarantee the peaceful coexistence among the Colombians and to be able to inform the outlaw groups members that they could be welcomed to the Governmentâs program for the reinsertion. They are integrated to the different Military Forces with institutional programs in the radio stations such asâA Volarâ, âHablemos de Reclutamientoâ and â La Quinta Division.â