How We Communicate

Wheater we are communicating in person, on the phone, via chat, text, email, or even Zoom, we aspire to keep our lines of communication LimaCharlie. Being open and transparent is one of our highest priorities.

Look at all the various ways we interact, relate, and teach here at Operation Overland; we believe we have that covered.

Talk - Email

Emailing OP OV allows for easy referencing. Messages that have been sent and received can be stored, and searched through safely and easily.

Talk - Zoom

Zoom is for you? We're here to help you connect, communicate, and express your ideas so we can get more done together.

Talk - Text

Lots of people find it easier to communicate over text instead of talking face-to-face. We support talking via text if that makes you feel comfortable.

Talk - Written Word

"A picture alone, without the written word, leaves half the story untold. All we need is a sheet of paper and something to write with."

Talk - Mobile

The mobile phone keeps people connected, regardless of the distance. Cellphones, much like traditional phones, are a great way to us keep talking.

Talk - Radios

The most common use of handheld radios is for short-distance, two-way voice communications using mobile radios, and repeater systems.

Let's talk

"Thanks for making me to feel comfortable in a new environment. The sport of off road is new to me."
Derek Johnson
USAF Veteran
"Your Big Bear trip recently was a great experience for me and my family."
John Milson
RN VA Healthcare
My kids had a blast at JTNP Joshua Tree! Thanks, Operation Overland."
Jennifer Costa
LVN VA Healthcare

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