Weekly Drill Message for 6/11/2009

A copy of this week's drill message available here for download (you must log in then click on the "attachment" link below the message). All members checking into the CCAR Weekly Information Net, should download a copy of the weekly drill message in advance and be prepared to transmit the message, if called upon by the Net Control Station. A "scripted" version of the message is included for your reference. The handling of formal message traffic is a basic skill we all need to have as emergency communicators.

Emergency Communications “Field Day” scheduled June 27th and 28th at Government Services Center

West Chester, PA--Over 30 Amateur Radio Operators, who are licensed by the Federal Communications Commission, (FCC) will deploy to the Department of Emergency Services on Westtown Road for their annual Field Day Exercise. The event is conducted simultaneously all over the U.S.A. and Canada. Since 1937, thousands of “Ham” operators have set up portable two-way radio stations in fields, mountain tops, deserts, aboard boats and ships at sea and emergency operations centers all over the nation to test communications under adverse conditions.

CCAR Net Check-ins 6/04/2009

NCS: WB3GCK

W3QT Lloyd, WA3BXE Gary, K3FYV Barry, KB3TQS Tom, KB3NCK Jim, W3AHR Al, KB3IGL Ray, WA3NOA Jim, KB3CVC Dick, W3XE George, KB3PCY Martin, K5HAL Cullen, KB3FCJ Tim, W3BMA Dick, KB3RBU Scott

Digital
Winlink: W3BIG Bob, WA3NOA Jim, W3AHR Al, WM3L Bill
APRS: WA3NOA Jim.

Weekly Drill Message for 6/04/2009

A copy of this week's drill message available here for download (you must log in then click on the "attachment" link below the message). All members checking into the CCAR Weekly Information Net, should download a copy of the weekly drill message in advance and be prepared to transmit the message, if called upon by the Net Control Station. A "scripted" version of the message is included for your reference. The handling of formal message traffic is a basic skill we all need to have as emergency communicators.

CCAR Net Check-ins 5/28/2009

W3HOA Al, NET CONTROL;
K3YK Dave; K3FYV Barry; W3JEF Jeff; W3AHL Al; W3JAM Jeff; KB3RBU Scott; W3QA Lor; KB3NCK Jim; KA3QKZ Don; KB3IGL Ray, WA3NOA Jim; KB3CVC Dick, K3WIL Will; K5HAL Cullen; W3GGR(?); WN3A Jeff; W3BMA Dick; WB3GCK Craig; and KB3PCY Martin.

Digital
Radio Email:
KE3HG Rich; WA3NOA Jim; WM3L Bill; W3QA Lor; KB3PCY Martin

APRS:
WA3NOA Jim

CCAR Net Check-ins 5/21/2009

KB3TQS Tom (NCS)
K3FYV (Mobile)Barry
WB3GCK Craig
KA3QKZ Don
W3AHR Al
W3HOA Al
W3XE George
KB3PCY Martin (Sent Drill Traffic)
K3WIL Will
WB3BMA Dick (Philadelphia)
KB3FCJ (Mobile) Tim

Drill Message for Week of 5/18/2009

A copy of this week's drill message available here for download (you must log in then click on the "attachment" link below the message). All members checking into the CCAR Weekly Information Net, should download a copy of the weekly drill message in advance and be prepared to transmit the message, if called upon by the Net Control Station. A "scripted" version of the message is included for your reference. The handling of formal message traffic is a basic skill we all need to have as emergency communicators.

EPA Comm Plan and Field Reference Manual Available for Download

The Eastern Pennsylvania ARES Communication Plan and the EPA Field Reference Manual are available for download. After logging in go to the EOP pulldown - both are listed.

CCAR Net Check-ins 5/7/2009

W3JBS JOE, NET CONTROL.
KB3JOE CHUCK, KV3FYV BARRY, N3MXB GUY, W3QA LOR, WB3GCK CRAIG, KB3NCK JIM, W3AHR AL, KA3QKZ DON, W3HOA AL, N3NTP JIM, KB3CVC DICK, W3XE GEORGE, KB3PCY MARTIN, K5HAL CULLEN, KB3OLG JOHN, KB3FCJ TIM, KB3CUU JOHN, KB3MJD JOHN, W3BMA DICK, KC2HNG CHRISTINE, KE3HG RICH

Digital
Radio Email:
W3AHR AL, WA3NOA JIM, WB3GCK CRAIG, WM3L BILL, W3QA LOR, KB3PCY MARTIN
APRS:
WA3NOA JIM

Weekly Drill Message for May 7, 2009

A copy of this week's drill message available here for download (you must log in then click on the "attachment" link below the message). All members checking into the CCAR Weekly Information Net, should download a copy of the weekly drill message in advance and be prepared to transmit the message, if called upon by the Net Control Station. A "scripted" version of the message is included for your reference. The handling of formal message traffic is a basic skill we all need to have as emergency communicators.

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