Good Morning everyone, Sheila made me aware last night that the web site was not loading. The site had been thru an update that caused some issues between the hosting site and the software the site was developed in. I have rolled the updates back and the site now seems to load properly. Sheila, not sure how you set me the message, but once i read it and checked on things I was going to repond back to you and could not find the message anywhere. Hopefully you'll see this post, Thank You for letting me know.
The drill started with a safety briefing at at the Howard Fire Company and ended at when all units were recalled to the Incident Command Post for an after action briefing. ARES participation ended after the briefing. Planning and execution of the drill followed Incident Command System guidelines. Evaluators for fire and rescue services were also in attendance. Over 25 hams from Centre, Blair, and Huntingdon Counties as well as hams from as far away as Maryland participated in the two day event, most for both days.
Blattae Communicata? CCAR members refer to themselves this way because, like the amazing cockroach, our communications survive. Registered FCC-licensed amateur radio operators provide 2-way voice and digital communications services on a volunteer basis. It is the responsibility of individual volunteers to prepare themselves and their personal equipment to provide reliable communications within two hours of activation and be self-sustaining at field assignments for periods up to 72 hours.