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  Founded in 1952, the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is a public service provided by a reserve (volunteer) communications group within  government agencies in times of extraordinary need. During periods of RACES activation, certified unpaid personnel are called upon to perform many tasks for the government agencies they serve. Although the exact nature of each activation will be different, the common thread is  communications



SERVICE PLAN

This part outlines the organization and activation protocol of the RACES team.

STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINES

Here you will find the "job descriptions" of the staff, message handling and response guidelines.

FIELD OPERATING LOCATIONS

Maps and descriptions of possible operating locations, field EOC's hospitals, JIC, etc.

DESIGNATED REPEATERS

Descriptions, access codes of  RACES repeater network.

PACKET OPERATING GUIDE

Packet system description and usage in Oswego County.

SKYWARN  OPERATING GUIDE

Severe weather operation and reports to the National Weather Service.

ACTIVATED NET PROLOGUE

For use by net control operators of activated RACES nets.

ICS FORM 205

Frequency and use assignment form.

ICS FORM 309

Operator and Net Control log sheet modified for Oswego County needs.

FORM ICS-213, OSWEGO VERSION

Oswego County Standard Message Form based on the 213 structure.

NIMS/FEMA FORM 213

Standard FEMA message form

ARRL/NTS MESSAGE FORM

Standard message form used by ARES groups.

Update RACES NET PROLOGUE_2017

On the air meeting VHF Net Prologue

 

 

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

RACES Membership Application



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