Ham's in the News: Ham Radio in Disaster Preparedness...

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KD4IEM, Dec 19, 2018.

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  1. WN1MB

    WN1MB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Easy on the shift key, Plato.
     
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  2. CL7JKB

    CL7JKB Ham Member QRZ Page

    73, Good afternoon, From Cuba. CL7 JKB.;):D
     
  3. CL7JKB

    CL7JKB Ham Member QRZ Page

    From Camag├╝ey, 73,88. CL7 JKB, dx;)o_O
     
  4. KN4AVP

    KN4AVP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Nice article, wish he'd shown more on 2M.
     
  5. W4LLZ

    W4LLZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Ah yeah. :rolleyes:
     
  6. K9CTB

    K9CTB Ham Member QRZ Page

    If we amateurs want to remain relevant in an emergency, the watchword is "training". Without a clear understanding of who is in charge and what they expect of their subordinates, hams won't be very welcome when the time comes to serve. There are already county and district EMAs who say "thanks but no thanks" to "ARES" groups and other independent hams who want to help. The best thing we can arm ourselves with besides our go-box and twinkies .... is training .... things like the ICS courses FEMA offers for free .... the weather spotting courses .... and the list goes on. The better trained we are, the less likely we'll hear "thanks but no thanks" from actual Emergency Managers.
     

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