Anderson County, Tennessee
Amateur Radio Emergency Service

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ARRL® needs mentors for EC-001.


Other Local ARES Check-in :

Roane County ARES
Training Net
147.345 (Tone 118.8)
2000 hrs

146.940 (Tone 118.8)
1900 hrs

Digital Training Net
146.940 (Tone 118.8)
2100 hrs

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Darrell Cook is the Anderson County ARES Emergency Coordinator

If you would like to register as an AC ARES member, e-mail Darrell your application.

If you need additional information on AC ARES, please
e-mail Darrell

Weekly Net

Thursday night, 1900 hrs EST
The AC ARES has a weekly check-in net every Thursday night at 1900 hrs EST. Frequency 145.470, (Tone 118.8). Vistors are welcome to check-in after the roll-call for AC ARES members.

ARES® Training

ARRL® Emergency Communications EC-001
This course is offered on-line. For more information, go to: ARRL Online Course Catalog

Prerequistes for the EC-001 Course include courses offered by FEMA through the Emergency Management Institute. You will need to provide the certificates for this course in order to register for EC-001.

The advanced classes are required only for ARES leaders.


ARES 2017 Report from the ARRL®.
ARES Field Resources Manual



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