National Public Safety Telecommunications Council
People and Vehicles : Firefighter, Policeman, Police cruiser, Ambulance
Vehicles : Fire truck, Ambulance, Police boat
Call-In Meeting Ad Jan 2018 Click Here for Join Me Webinar Access Click Here for Meeting Details
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People : Policemen
Towers : Towers on a ridge
Computers : monitor array
IWCE Ad March 2018 Click Here for Meeting Details Click Here for IWCE Details
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Hams Provide Welcome Communications to Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico
ARRL Puerto Rico 2017 Caribbean Recovery
Members of the Amateur Radio community have volunteered to assist in the ongoing recovery from Hurricane Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico and Dominica and, to a lesser extent, the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Fifty of the most accomplished U.S. radio amateurs responded within 24 hours to a call from the American Red Cross (ARC) to deploy to Puerto Rico and provide emergency communications assistance there.
ARRL's Emergency Preparedness Manager Mike Corey, KI1U, and ARRL representative to NPSTC, said this was the first time in the nearly 75-year relationship between ARRL and the ARC that such a request for assistance had been made.  "Hurricane Maria has devastated the island's communications infrastructure," Corey said.  "Without electricity and telephone, and with most of the cell sites out of service, millions of Americans are cut off from communicating.  Shelters are unable to reach local emergency services.  And, people cannot check on the welfare of their loved ones.  The situation is dire."  To learn more visit www.arrl.org.  View Governing Board member Mike Corey's Weather Channel interview.