Accessed on 21 December 2016, 15:45 hrs, UTC.
Editor: Rick Palm (K1CE).
Here’s the latest issue of the ARRL ARES E-Letter for December 2016. The issue covers several interesting topics plus some valuable ARRL/ARES links:
- You Can Take It With You — Build a Go-Box Station
- Looking Out for Number One in a Disaster Area
- Ohio ARES: A Busy Year in Review
- Letters: American Legion’s Amateur Radio Program
- K1CE for a Final
ARES Briefs, Links
Radio Amateurs Assisting in Wake of Indonesian Earthquake (12/9/16); Emergency Communication Exercise Uses “Hamsphere®” to Introduce Youth to Virtual Ham Radio (12/7/16); Amateur Radio Volunteers Providing Shelter Communication Support in Tennessee (11/30/16); Tennessee ARES on Standby in Wildfire Emergency, Local Amateur Radio Volunteers Assisting (11/29/16); Hurricane Watch Net Stands Down after Hurricane Otto Makes Landfall in Nicaragua (11/25/16)
The article on building a “Go-Box” is especially good. Every radio amateur should have an emergency rig and antenna ready for portable operations. Most of the “Go-Box” materials can be found at the nearest hardware store or building supply outlet.
For the latest Amateur Radio news and information, please check out these websites:
http://kh6jrm.info (breaking news for radio amateurs)
http://kh6jrm.blogspot.com (Simple Ham Radio Antennas)
http://hawaiisciencedigest.com (the latest news from the worlds of science and technology)
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Thanks for joining us today!
Aloha es 73 de
Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Public Information Coordinator
Hawaii Island, ARRL Pacific Section