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Contrary to popular belief, it does not require a disaster, war, or even an emergency to use your RACES and other communications volunteers in government service. From the reports we received in the last thirty days, here are typical official duty activities by these
There are all kinds of exercises for the communications volunteers in government service that a civil defense director or emergency services coordinator can authorize the Radio Officer to utilize to keep the interest of and train these volunteers. These are a few examples, some may
CA State OES began the Bulletins in the early 1950's to assist agencies and radio operators to become more familiar with RACES. They were issued periodically until 1985, at which time they began to be issued weekly over voice and digital radio systems of Amateur Radio and in print. Originally intended for California, increased demand, and a 1988 request by the ARRL for national distribution, led to their eventual worldwide distribution.
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