Accessed on 18 May 2018, 0522 UTC, Post #560.
Editor: Rick Palm (K1CE)
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Here are some of the topics explored in the current issue of the “ARRL ARES E-Letter”, published by HQ ARRL, Newington, CT, 06111:
- Special Dayton Hamvention® Issue!
- Public Service Working Group Chairman to Discuss Updates/Upgrades to ARES® in Response to Evolving Public Safety Telecoms Environment
- ARRL EXPO at Dayton
- National Hurricane Center Station WX4NHC Annual Station Test
- Oregon Holds Statewide SET on Cyberattack Scenario
- FEMA Releases New Damage Assessment Independent Study Course
- Florida County Assisted by ARES Tests 60-meter Channels for Emergency Communications
- Media Hit: Arizona Operators Help Save Lives in Tinder Fire
- Section News: Delaware County signs MoU with Beach Town Fire Company
- Letters: On HAZMAT Responses
- K1CE For a Final: A Personal Loss, and a Loss for All of Us
- ARRL — Your One-Stop Resource for Amateur Radio News and Information
ARES Briefs, Links:
Archives of the ARRL ARES E-Letter going back to the original issue (September 2005) are available for download.
ARRL Emergency Coordinators may register their ARES group herefor a group ID.
For the latest Amateur/Ham Radio news and information, please check the blog sidebars and links. These news feeds are updated daily and weekly.
Please send your Hawaii Island Amateur/Ham Radio news items to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in this blog and on our local print and broadcast media.
During the current eruption and lava flow emergency, please monitor the VOAD Repeater on Mauna Kea (146.720 MHz, 100 Hz tone) and the 40 meter interisland frequency of 7.088 MHz (LSB). These resources can be used to send emergency traffic arising from the Kilauea eruption. The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency issues daily bulletins through the social media and on Hawaii Island broadcast stations. The “Hawaii Tribune-Herald” and “West Hawaii Today” also print eruption updates in their daily newspapers and on their websites. Stay informed and stay alive.
Thanks for joining us today.
Aloha es 73 de
Russell Roberts (KH6JRM).
Public Information Coordinator
Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section