Accessed on 18 January 2017, 16:15 hrs, UTC.
Editor: Rick Palm (K1CE).
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Here are the top stories covered in the current issue of the “ARES E-Letter”:
- Western Pennsylvania Group to Participate in Winter Field Day
- Oregon ARES/RACES: New On-Line Training Programs
- DMR Growing in Ohio
- Two-Meter Simplex Net Standard Protocol in Vermont
- Spotlight: Virginia Section ARES –Cooperation/Coordination Key to Success
- Letters: Noise in the EOC
- Letters: Clark County, Washington ARES Protocols; EYEWARNProgram
- K1CE For a Final
ARES Briefs, Links
Ohio ARES Adds 6 Meters to its VHF Simplex Contest (1/13/17); Nevada ARES Standing Down as Flood Threat Abates (1/11/17); FEMA Region 10 to Conduct Monthly Interoperability Communications Exercises during 2017 (1/3/2017); Philippines’ Ham Emergency Radio Operations Net Activates for Super Typhoon (12/28/16); FEMA Interoperability Exercise Deemed a Success (12/23/16); Hawaii Amateur Radio Volunteers Assist Honolulu Marathon (12/19/16)
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Thanks for joining us today!
Aloha es 73 de
Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Public Information Coordinator
Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section
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