ARES / RACES Officials &
Net Control Stations:
Fulton Co. ARES Emergency Coordinator: Steve Kuck K2ALS
Asst. Fulton Co. ARES E.C.: Howard Selwitz KD2ABK
Fulton Co. RACES Radio Officer: Don Gifford Wa2eZ
Deputy Fulton Co. RACES R.O.: Joe O’Neill KB2TJE
ARES/RACES Net Manager: John Savage KC2NAS
Public Information Officer: Daniel Nadareski AB2TG
If you are interested in being a NCS for our Tuesday ARES / RACES Net, please let John KC2NAS know of your interest and he will get you scheduled. If you want to practice, just download the script below, follow along with the current NCS and write down a list of check-ins. You will be surprized just how easy it really is and it won’t be long before you will be one of the regulars. We always need NCS’s and will welcome you with open arms.
Net control for May: Joe KB2TJE
June 2014: Joe KB2TJE
July 2014: Steve K2ALS
August 2014: Ray K2RND
September 2014: Mat KC2VGD
October 2014: Denis W1WV
November 2014: Mike N2BMU
December 2014: Don WA2EZ
RACES Net Forms:
We have an ARES / RACES Net Script that should be used by the Net Control Operator during the NET. The script will help us prepare in case we are called for an emergency net.
Net Script: Formal Script
ARES / RACES Application Form – Click here.
ITU Phonetics for printing – ITU Phonetics
The Net Control Station and Assistant Net Control Station are encouraged to keep logs of the check-in by using the Weekly Check-In Form: Weekly Check-In Form.
For instructions on how to send and receive radiograms in PDF format: Click Here.
To download the actual form in PDF format: Click here.
ARRL Atlantic Divison Training Webinars:
For free webinars, click here.
FEMA Study Material:
NY State Emergency Management Office.
Listen to a pre-recorded NY RACES NET (2/21/2010) by clicking here:
Download the SEMO/RACES NET form to better understand the procedures.
The Net runs every Sunday at 9am EST on 3.993.5 mHz LSB.
Click here: “Manual for the Icom IC-718″ which is the HF radio at the EOC. Click here: “Manual for the Yaesu FT-2800″, this radio is used at the EOC and the following local hospitals stations:
The Classic “Go Kit”:
Here is a PDF file with a desciption of a “Go Kit” by KE7HLR.