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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYMPOSIUM FEBRUARY 24th 2018       Gainesville Florida Santa Fe College Building S-29 3000 NW 83 St, Gainesville, FL 32606          Co-Sponsored by Santa Fe College Amateur Radio Club & Alachua County ARES The “What-If” Approach Armies train for … Continue reading

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Taken from the ARRL E-Letter for October 19, 2016 Visiting this year’s ARRL New England Convention in Boxboro, Massachusetts, I was delightfully surprised at the level of care most attendees, and in particular exhibitors, speakers and volunteers, exercised in their … Continue reading

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Tuesday Evening Hurricane Matthew Update

Hurricane Matthew: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 19.8 North Latitude, 74.3 West Longitude or about 30 miles to the south-southwest of the eastern tip of Cuba. Maximum Winds: 140 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 934 Millibars or 27.58 Inches. … Continue reading

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Hurricane Hermine Deployment Debrief Form

If you participated in the recent activation for Hurricane Hermine, please take a few minutes to complete the following form. This information will be invaluable to as we prepare ClayARES members for future deployments. BRAVO ZULU to everyone that helped … Continue reading

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The Most Important App You Can Download Today

Release date: August 30, 2016 Release Number: RIV-NR-2016-013 ATLANTA, Ga. — What’s the most important app you have on your phone—the one you can’t live without? Facebook? YouTube? Snapchat? Google Maps? All of them? What makes any of these apps … Continue reading

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