Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Last Updated: 08/01/2016
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ARES Deployment Vests
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The Amateur Radio Emergency Service
(ARES) consists of licensed amateurs who have
voluntarily registered their
qualifications and equipment for communications duty in the public service when disaster
strikes. Every licensed amateur, regardless of membership in ARRL or any other local or
national organization, is eligible for membership in the ARES. The only qualification,
other than possession of an Amateur Radio license, is a sincere desire to serve. Because
ARES is an amateur service, only amateurs are eligible for membership. The possession of
emergency-powered equipment is desirable, but is not a requirement for membership.
To register in ARES,
To register on line with ARES OK please go to
http://www.aresok.org/mkApplication.asp and click on
the map of your county. Scroll down and fill in the blanks. Please
register as a VOLUNTEER. The website is password protected, only persons
that are registered on ARESOK.org can see your information.
ARRL EmComm Online Courses
FREE On-Line Incident
IS-200 ICS for Single
Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS-700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS),
IS-800.b National Response Plan (NRP), An Introduction
From the ARRL.org
Public Service and Emergency Communications Management for Radio
(1530 CST) on Sunday's on 7.260 MHz (alt freq 3.900 MHz) +/- QRM.
The Northeast Oklahoma ARES/RACES net is at 2000
CT on Thursday's on the 147.39 repeater on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Thursday of