Reporting ARES activities to ARRL


In light of the continuing weather and climate crises facing the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada, HQ ARRL is asking for any ARES reports from these areas.

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Accessed on 30 June 2021, 2126 UTC, Post 2,110.

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A reminder to all, please send in reports of ARES activities to HQ as we have had weather events such as heat waves in the northwest and storms in the southeast on going.

Hurricane season is upon us and we have had Tropical Storm Danny with 2 tropical disturbances headed our way.

The 100 degree heat in the northwest parts of the US have created issues for health and welfare.

Reports of ARES activity of any kind is always welcome for inclusion in the ARRL Letter and NEWS.

You can send the reports to:

Ken Bailey, K1FUG  (

Paul Gilbert, KE5ZW  (

Sabrina Jackson, KC1JMW (

Rick Palm, K1CE  (

Rick Lindquist, WW1ME  (

Thank you all for your time and service to amateur radio.


Paul Gilbert, KE5ZW

ARRL Director of Emergency Management


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