Amateur radio emergency service

Communication failures have been a defining part of natural disasters and even some human-generated events such as the September 11 attacks that occurred in New York City in A lack of communication between firefighters at the World Trade Center contributed directly to the deaths of of those firefighters. Amateur radio operators belonging to ARES and its predecessor, the Amateur Radio Emergency Corps have responded to local and regional disasters since the s, including the attacks of September 11, and the category 5 storms Hurricane Katrina [2] and Hurricane Michael [3]. During the Katrina event more than one thousand ARES volunteers assisted in the aftermath and provided communications for the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, and other individuals related to the relief effort. ARES has deployed for a variety of other emergencies and disasters, including the North America blackout.
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Amateur Radio Emergency Service

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Amateur Radio Emergency Service - Wikipedia

ARES is not an organization itself but a volunteer program of the ARRL and consists of licensed amateurs who have voluntarily registered their qualifications and equipment for communications duty in the public service when disaster strikes. Training is required to participate fully in ARES. ARES members learn more about emergency operations and practice regularly by providing aid for non-emergency events like parades, marathons and drills. Or click link.
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Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service

Forgot Password? Training may be required or desired to participate fully in ARES. Please inquire at the local level for specific information.
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To that end, we, the Cherokee County Georgia Amateur Radio Emergency Service members, under the oversight of the American Radio Relay League, train and equip ourselves to provide communications as a direct service to the general public through government and relief agencies of Cherokee County Georgia, the State of Georgia, and Federal Agencies when requested by those agencies. All that is required is a willingness to serve in times of need and active participation in group nets and exercises. Please see the Service page for more information and recommended training. To apply, please email any of the members listed on the Contact Us page, attend our monthly meeting, or check in to our weekly net and inquire about membership.
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