- Maintaining personnel records, processing applications, preparing ID cards, taking ID photos.
- Antenna work party, installing communications equipment, maintaining communications equipment, driving government vehicles to pickup and deliver communications equipment, courier service, and drive and staff comm vans.
- Watching and reporting river rise readings during a storm.
- Forest fire communications.
- Reprogramming computers. Improving packet communications.
- Planning and conducting conferences and meetings.
- Hospital nets. Weekly net duties at the emergency management office.
- Writing and distributing information, training, and standard operating procedures.
- Training others. Self-improvement training.
In summary, there are many skills to use and opportun- ities to be met. While not all volunteers will participate in such activities, there are those who find such events rewarding and will serve with enthusiasm.