From Mark Rasmussen, N9MEA, ARRL Wisconsin Section Emergency Coordinator.....
"Welcome to the Wisconsin ARES/RACES website. I am honored by the opportunity to lead this dedicated group of amateur radio volunteers. Please explore our web site, the means by which we tell our story of service to various public and private agencies and ultimately to our communities. Come back often."
(For the complete text of N9MEA's "Welcome", click here.)
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(Message from Mark Rasmussen, N9MEA, ARRL Wisconsin Section Emergency Coordinator)
Do you have questions about location and frequencies of the equipment on the WeComm Network, take a look!
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Wisconsin State ARES/RACES Conference 2016
Mark your calendar now for the 2016 State ARES/RACESConference. Keep October 22, 2016 set aside for the next GREAT Conference. We are already in the planning stage for another wonderful conference experience FOR YOU! Join us!
The latest issue of the Wisconsin ARES/RACES Newsletter is onlineThe Spring 2015 issue of the Newsletter has been posted online. To view it, you can use the Navigation system above or click here.
The Newsletter contains information on the State Conference and some Activities involving the Dunn County ARES/RACES group this summer.
Meet the new leaders stepping up in Wisconsin ARES/RACES
We people have stepped up to county leadership positions in Wisconsin ARES/RACES. When they took on their new responsibilities, they sent out messages to the other counties in their area and to the State leadership. Take a look at what they had to say here.
Wisconsin ARES/RACES Represented at the 2014 Governor's Conference on Emergency Management
East Central District EC Stan Piekarczyk, K9STN, Outagamie County EC John Kreski, AB9NN and Outagamie County AEC Andy Cox, KC9TAE represented Wisconsin ARES/RACES at the 2014 Wisconsin Governor’s Conference on Emergency Management and Homeland Security at the Paper Valley Hotel and Conference Center in Appleton in March.
NEW! Photos from the 2015 State ARES/RACES Conference are Here!To see the slide show click HERE!
NEW! the Wisconsin ARES/RACES Newsletter is available
The latest edition of The Wisconsin ARES/RACES Newsletter is now available. CLICK HERE!
The New ARRL Public Service Communications Manual Is AvailableDownload your copy here now.
This takes the place of "Section I: ARES of the Public Service Communications Manual".
Is New Member Recruitment one of your goals?Ozaukee ARES/RACES (OZARES) is fully engaged in that process and developed a letter to explain ARES/RACES to potential Ham Radio operators. It could be used as a mailer or a handout. Take a look here and if you think it is something you can use, feel free to adapt it to your area.
Skip Sharpe, W9REL and Art Davidson, AC9CD, attended the 2015 Governors Conference and sent along a couple of photos.
ARRL ARES/RACES E-LetterTo read the current issue or look at past issues, just follow the link: http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/ares-el/ To subscribe, users now need to click on "Edit Your Profile" near the top of the arrl.org home page and then click on "Edit Email Subscriptions" and then select the ARES E-Letter from the list of available items and then click "Save" at the bottom.
Gary Sorensen, W9ULK - Section Emergency Coordinator - WIS. ARES/RACES
NewslettersIf your ARES/RACES group supplies me a copy of your newsletter, it will be posted on your County page.
WI ARES/RACES Winlink Net
The WI ARES/RACES WinLink Net meets every Tuesday during the 24-hour window of 0000-2400, local time. Check ins accepted by sending a Winlink message with call, first name, city and county to net control operator Jim (KB9MMC) email@example.com . All check ins are acknowledged. This net lets stations do a weekly check their sending and receiving capabilities, and a complete list of all check ins for the week are is to everyone who checks in on Wednesday.
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