ARRL Public Service Communications Manual©
Section I: Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES©)

Chapter One: Amateur Radio Emergency Service©

1.1 ARES© Organization

1.2 Section Level

1.3 Local Level

1.4 District Level

1.5 Assistant ECs

1.6 Planning Committee

1.7 Operation and Flexibility

1.8 ARES© Operation During Disasters


Chapter Two: Simulated Emergency Test (SET)

2.1 Purpose of SET

2.2 SET Format

2.3 Preparing for SET

2.4 During the SET

2.5 After the SET

2.6 NTS in SET

2.7 Summary


Chapter Three: ARES© Mutual Assistance Team (ARESMAT)© Concept

Not Applicable.


Chapter Four: ARES© and RACES

4.1 What is RACES?

4.2 Operating Procedure

4.3 ARES© and RACES

4.4 Other Amateur facilities

Chapter Five: ARES© Principles of Disaster Communications
Chapter Six: Working With Public Safety Officials
Chapter Seven: On Serving "Served" Agencies

Last Modified: 09-Sep-2006© Berkeley County, SC ARES®
ARES® is a registered Service Mark of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), Inc
Web Page Design By: