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ARES A.R.E.STRAINING
Please read the following:

SEPTEMBER 1999
Why some units fail

Job Description Guide
OCTOBER 1999
ARES Communications Guide
DECEMBER 1999
Part one

Part two
FEBRUARY 2000
ICAO PROCEDURE WORDS
MARCH 2000

EMCOMM Bulletin #228
APRIL 2000

NVIS Antennas - Read & Study
MAY 2000
One Of The Hardest Things To Do
JUNE 2000
DAYTON 2000
JULY 2000
"Walk the walk" not just "talk the talk"
AUGUST 2000

"SPLINTER GROUPS"

 

OCTOBER 2000
ARRL/NTS AMATEUR MESSAGE FORM
JANUARY 2001
1. DISASTER / MAJOR EMERGENCY -- WHAT CAN WE EXPECT?  
(09 JAN 01)

2. #7 TRAINED PERSONNEL WILL BECOME SUPERVISORS 
 (16 JAN 01)


FEBRUARY 2001

1. IS AMATEUR RADIO BECOMING OBSOLETE FOR EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS? 
(05 FEB 01)

2. #13 THE COMMAND POST(20 FEB 01)

3. #16 ELECTRICAL POWER OUTAGES
       (27 FEB 01)

MARCH 2001

1. #18 PHONE SERVICE
            (06 MAR 01)

2. #20 FUEL SUPPLIES
           (13 MAR 01)

3. #21  FLAT TIRES
            (20 MAR 01)

4. #24 POWER & LIGHTS
            (27 MAR 01)

APRIL 2001

1. #25 TOILET FACILITIES
              (03 APR 01)

2. #26 PERIMETER CONTROL 
         (10 APR 01)

3. #33 FIELD MEDICAL
            (24 APR 01)

MAY 2001

1. #34. VOLUNTEER AND RESERVE PERSONNEL

#35. ON-DUTY PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL 

#36. LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MEDIA WILL CLASH
       (01 MAY 01)

# 37. VERY FEW CITIZENS WILL UTILIZE EVACUATION/MASS CARE CENTERS
   (08 MAY 01)

#38. Structural engineers will be needed to evaluate standing buildings
    (15 May 01)

#39. The identification of workers and volunteers will be a problem
       (22 may 01)

#40. There will be rumors 
        (29 may 01)

JUNE 2001

1. #41 There will not be enough handie-talkies; batteries will soon go dead.
     (05 JUN 01)

2. #43 Generators will run out of fuel
        (12 JUN 01)

3. #45 Emergency responders will require rest and must be relieved. Local personnel may be of value as guides for mutual aid responders, or as supervisors for volunteer crews
     (19 Jun 01)

4. #46 Equipment will be lost, damaged or stolen, and may never be accounted for.”
      (26 Jun 01)

JULY 2001

1. #47. “Someone will get the bill; record-keeping and accounting procedures
will be important.”
       (03 JUL 01)

2. # 48. Traditional non-emergency personnel will want to go home at 5 o'clock . . .
     (10 JUL 01)

3. #49 People will die and there is nothing that can be done about it...
        (17 JUL 01)

4. #51. "If phones are working, the number of requests for service will be overwhelming"
         (24 JUL 01)

5. #52. "Some field units will "disappear"
         (31 JUL 01)

AUGUST 2001

1. #53 Security will have to be posted at hospitals, clinics, and first-aid stations
      (07 AUG 01)

2.#54 Representatives from public agencies...
       (14 AUG 01)

3. #55 Department heads (EOC) staff
       (21 AUG 01)

4. #58 Handicapped and disabled persons will probably die...
    (28 AUG 01)

 

SEPTEMBER 2001

1. #61.There will be initial chaos
      (04 SEP 01)

2. #63 Emergency equipment will not be able to reach some locations
      (11 SEP 01)

3. is there a commercial airport...
  (18 SEP 01)

4. #64 Even though there will not be enough people to initially deal with
emergencies,
      (25 SEP 01)

OCTOBER 2001

1. #66. Individual public safety officers will be asked to do the work of squads or companies
       (02 OCT 01)

2.  #67. The message flow to, from, and within the EOC and Field Command Post
       (09 OCT 01)

3. #68. There will be an overcritical desire to "verify" all incoming information.
        (16 OCT 01)

4. #69. Some EOC and Command Post personnel will become overloaded
          (23 OCT 01)

5(a). #70.Things will get better --

5(b). ITU Phonetics
             (30 OCT 01)

NOVEMBER 2001

1. Most of the terms and phrases listed below are used. . .
     (06 NOV 01)

2. WX SPOTTER NETS - WHY?
    (20 NOV 01)

3. DEVELOPING YOUR EMERGENCY PLAN #1
       (27 NOV 01)

DECEMBER 2001

1. DEVELOPING YOUR EMERGENCY PLAN #2

2. MORE ON NVIS
     
2(A) RADIOGRAMS
       (11 DEC 01)

3. RADIOGRAMS (cont'd)
       (18 DEC 01)

JANUARY 2002

1. RADIOGRAM TIP #7
         (15 JAN 02)

2. RADIOGRAM TIP #8
            (22 JAN 02)

3. RADIOGRAM TIP #9
            (29 JAN 02)

FEBRUARY 2002

1.  RADIOGRAM TIP #10
           (05 FEB 02)

2. RADIOGRAM TIP #11
           (13 FEB 02)

NOVEMBER 2002

1. POWER OUTAGE GUIDE
         (12 NOV 02)

2. HOW TO ZERO BEAT A CW SIGNAL
        (26 NOV 02)

DECEMBER 2002

1. ZULU DATE
     (03 DEC 02)

2.SAR, CB AND FRS
      (10 DEC 02)

3. TEN METERS - “THE FORGOTTEN EMCOMM BAND?”
       (17 DEC 02)

4. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS...LESSONS FROM GUAM
     (31 DEC 02)

January 2003

1.EMCOMM
         (14 JAN 03)

2. CW FROM THE RIGHT
        (21 JAN 03)

3.LEARNING THE MORSE CODE - THE RIGHT WAY
      (28 JAN 03)

February 2003

1. CW COMMUNICATIONS ON THE AIR -
      (04 FEB 03)

2. CW COMMUNICATIONS, WHERE ARE WE, AND WHERE ARE WE GOING?
      (11 FEB 03)

3.CANS and RADIOGRAMS
      (18 FEB 03)

4. DOES YOUR SINGLE SIDEBAND RADIO HAVE A CHANNEL SWITCH?
       (25 FEB 03)

March 2003

1.THE BAND EDGE, HOW CLOSE IS TOO CLOSE?
        (04 MAR 03)

2. WHAT ABOUT THIS QRO AND QRP THING?
        (11 MAR 03)

3.AMATEUR RADIO?
       (18 MAR 03)

4. INTERNATIONAL (ICAO) RADIOTELEPHONY PROCEDURE "WORDS AND PHRASES
       
(25 MAR 03)

APRIL 2003

1. Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
     (01 APR 03)

2. Portable Operation
        (08 APR 03)

   

 

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