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Net exercise announced for February 18, 2019
See calendar or ARES Connect for details

Fresno EmComm and coffee today at 0700L
See Calendar or ARES Connect for details

Fresno Emcomm training events posted on calendar and ARES Connect

All members should be creating profiles on ARES connect, link on side menu beneath "FEMA"

ARES Connect is live and the only way to track volunteer hours

SJV Section ARES discussion net Sunday at 1930L, W6BXN repeater: 147.030 (+) 100.0
Event registration via ARES Connnect

Fresno EmComm net Monday at 1930L, N6HEW repeater: 147.150 (+) 141.3
Event registration via ARES Connnect
Check-ins via winlink available, see calendar or ARES Connect for details

Updated 15 Feb 19 //K6OGR

Fresno County ARES/RACES Emergency Communications


The Fresno County ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service) and Fresno County RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services) organizations have joined forces. Although ARES and RACES are separate entities, our members now can have dual membership and provide greater flexibility during emergencies. Using the same operators and the same frequencies, an ARES group also enrolled in RACES can “switch hats” from ARES to RACES and RACES to ARES to meet the requirements of the situation as it develops. For example, during a “non-declared emergency,” ARES can operate under ARES, but when an emergency or disaster is officially declared by a state or federal authority, the operation can become RACES with no change in personnel or frequencies.

All Fresno County hams are encouraged to participate if they have a desire to serve the community and a willingness to become proficient in emergency communications.


Applications for ARES/RACES.

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EC Reports

Current and archived Emergency Coordinator reports.

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Additional HF Information