Big Island ARRL News, 15 November 2017, 1515 UTC, Post #372.
Editor: Rick Palm (K1CE).
Accessed on 15 November 2017, 1515 UTC.
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Here are the main topics discussed in the current edition of the “ARRL ARES E-Letter”:
- Major DOD Exercise Held; MARS, Amateur Radio Local Components Active
- Case Study: ARESMAT Mutual Assistance Planning at Its Best in Oregon
- MESH Training Held in Utah Focuses on Emergency/Disaster Communications
- Spotlight on Vermont Emergency Management’s RACES Program
- K1CE For a Final: First Contact
ARES Briefs, Links
Emergency HF Net Convened in Colombia in Wake of Landslide, Flooding (11/8/17); CW Gets the Message Through in Wake of Hurricane Irma (10/27/17); American Red Cross Hails “New Partnership” with ARRL Following Puerto Rico Deployment (10/31/17); Communications Interoperability Training with Amateur Radio Community Set (10/24/17); California Fire Situation Improves (10/18/17); “Force of 50” Volunteers’ Puerto Rico Hurricane Recovery Mission Ends (10/18/17)
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