Using your public service events as drills.
Best practices on organizing your memory channels on your radio.
Ideas on how to establish a family communication and reunificaiton plan.
Learning how to communicate better is key to being successful when operating a radio.
List of lessons learned from a disaster
Information on Stop The Bleed Program
A primer on net operations
For the little and big emergencies in life.
You can leverage twitter as an tool in your communication plan.
Description of a gear bag meant for cold weather protection
Observations from public service events
First steps when the big one hits.
When you go on vacation how do you keep a level or prepardness?
The HT Go Bag is your most basic bag for communications. Make sure you have the right items on board.
There are some lessons to be learned about finding the balance between not enough gear and too much gear.
Public Safety dispatch centers are have been using a protocol called S.E.N.D.
Go‐bags is a concept that you have pre‐staged, tested, and understood equipment and supplies ready to go at a moment's notice.
Before embarking it is good idea to take a step back first and establish a statement or mission statement for what you want to accomplish.
Part of being an effective communicator is to not only relay accurate information. But also realize you do not see the full picture.
With winter storms, our roads become impassible and our electrical infrastructure has greater odds of failing. We need to prepare ourselves and our equipment for cold weather.
The phenomemon of trying to get where you are going while ignoring safety concerns. This article addresses how to overcome this issue.
A presentation on Amateur Radio Operations