Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
The ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) is a key team player in the Amateur Radio Emergency Service on the local emergency scene. Working with the Section Emergency Coordinator, the District Emergency Coordinator and Official Emergency Stations, the EC prepares for, and engages in the management of communications needs in disasters.
The Northern Florida Section Emergency Coordinator is Strait Hollis KT4YA.
Here is a list of our NFL Section Emergency Coordinators from Strait Hollis KT4YA:
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This is our current NFL Section communications plan:
Read about the Incident Command System for emergency communications:
For more information about ARES and the responsibilities of emergency coordinators, see these two manuals.
ARES Items of Interest:
• Clay County ARES Prepares for Tropical Storm Hermine (two videos, August 2016, featuring Joe Bassett W1WCN):
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