Accessed on 21 February 2018, 1422 UTC, Post #469.
Editor: Rick Palm (K1CE).
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Her are the main topics discussed in the current edition of “The ARES E-Letter”. Views expressed in this post are those of the reporters and correspondents.
- 2017 ARES Annual Report
- Attend National Hurricane Conference, March 26-29, Orlando; Amateur Radio Session
- ARRL Delta Division Sections Ink Major Mutual Assistance Agreement
- Letters: NIMS Updated – IS Core Courses to be Revised
- Handling HAZMAT Incidents
- Hospital Communications Protocols, Info
- Letters: Propriety Needed When Working with Partner Agencies
- A Primer on Background Checks
- Doctors, Med Students Among Graduates of Amateur Radio and Emergency Communications Classes at Miami
ARES Links, Briefs, Data/Reports:
Main Story: Puerto Rico, US Virgin Island Amateurs are International Humanitarian Award Winners (1/24/2018)
Other Stories: NBC News Left Field Report Says Hams “Could Save Our Lives” in a Disaster (2/08/18); Dominica Post-Disaster Needs Assessment Cites Amateur Radio’s Role after Maria (1/31/2018); AREDN Donates Mesh Networking Equipment to ARRL (1/22/2018)
ARES Annual/Monthly Reports can be found here, organized by date, with a link to download a PDF of the full report.
Archives of the ARRL ARES E-Letter going back to the original issue (September 2005) are available for download.
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Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section