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General ARES information

 

Itty Bitty ARES Handbook

 
The ARRL website http://www.arrl.org/ has a lot of information on ARES:

  Public Service Communications Manual

ARES logo: ares-logo.jpg

Callup plan listings: Callup.doc

E-mail for ARES: ARES Email


Repeaters

CT Nets: networks.php

Good website for CT repeaters: http://www.ctspectrum.com/

Website for up-to-date repeater data in the area: http://www.nerepeaters.com

CHIRP Programming: Quick Loading of CT ARES Frequencies

Listing of linked and linkable repeaters in CT: Linkrepeaters  (Updated March 25, 2015)


Membership & Recruitment

CT ARES Membership Application: Join Us

Newspaper or Club Bulletin insert for recruitment: newsletterinsert.doc

A paper to explain ARES to other groups: considering.doc

CT ARES Recruitment Brochure: brochure 2004.doc

A letter to explain ARES to your boss: Employer's Note

Generic Emergency Coordinator job description: EC.doc


CERT

CERT Training: CERT Training

Connecticut CERTs: Connecticut CERT Teams


Data

Packet Quick Start Guide: Packet Info

Winlink 2000 Client Software: Outpost/AirMail/RMS Express/Paclink


Information on Specific locations

State EOC at Hartford Armory: ARES Handbook for OEM.doc

CT ARES Region 2: CT ARES Region 2 Website

CT ARES Region 3: CT ARES Region 3 Website

CT ARES Region 4: CT ARES Region 4 Notifications
  CT ARES Region 4 Website

Mobile Communication Unit: Mobile Communication Unit

CT SkyWarn: CT SkyWarn Web Site

Bethel Office of Emergency Management: http://people.mags.net/boem/boem.htm

  http://people.mags.net/boem/bradio.htm


OTHER STUFF

TOPOFF After Action Report: TOPOFF REPORT

Emergency Support Functions (ESF): ESFs 1-15

A handout page to give to ARES volunteers
at a marshalling area:
volunteerorienthandout.doc

Worldwide Emergency & Disaster Information Service: Emergency & Disaster Information Service

National Hurricane Center: Introduction to Hurricane Preparedness

  Atlantic & Eastern Pacific Marine Forecasts

National Storm Prediction Center: Watches & Forecasts for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, wildfires, and hazardous winter weather

Weathering the Winter Season: Weathering Winter

SkyWarn educational resources: SkyWarn Educational Links


GEOLOGICAL

Earthquake information: http://www.earthquakecountry.info/


BIOMEDICAL

Centers for Disease Control emergency preparedness and response: http://www.bt.cdc.gov/


RADIOLOGICAL

Nuclear Regulatory Commission emergency response: Emergency Preparedness and Response


GENERAL

    FEMA Emergency Management Institute:  

       Independent study courses: List of Available ISP Courses

       NIMS training web site: NIMS Training Courses

       Homeland Security Preparedness: http://www.ready.gov/

       FEMA ICS Forms (Word format): ICS Forms 201 through 225

Automatic Link Establishment: HFLink

 


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