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 12/8/2003 ARES/RACES Groups CARES (Cupertino Amateur Radio Emergency Service) Website
Cupertino Amateur Radio Emergency Service Home Page
 12/8/2003 First Aid A Wilderness EMS Medical Kit
A Wilderness EMS Medical Kit
 12/8/2003 Emergency Communications ARRLWeb: Emergency Communications Portable Base Station
That 5 W handheld transceiver not cutting it when you do volunteer public service work? Consider building a portable station that packs a punch, in both all-in-one and modular models.
 12/8/2003 ARRL ARRLWeb: ARRL Home Page
ARRL is the national membership association for Amateur Radio operators.
 12/8/2003 Emergency Equipment
Disaster Preparedness
EQUIPPED TO SURVIVE - Outdoors Gear, Survival Equipment Review & Survival Information
Equipped To Survive is a online resource for independent reviews of survival equipment and outdoors gear, as well as survival and Search and Rescue information.
 12/8/2003 Callout Equipment Call Out Kits
Amateur Radio Emergency Service Call Out Kits from the Tulsa Repeater Organization.
 12/8/2003 ARES/RACES Groups RACES Links
Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Organizations in the United States from www.RACES.net
 12/8/2003 Callout Equipment GO KIT : HAM DAILY EMERGENCY GEAR IDEAS PAGE!
How do we get all our HT equipment out of the drawer and into our hands when we need it?? With a little research, we came up with the ideas and links posted in this section.

C. Edward Harris, KE4SKY, VA RACES State Training Officeraid: 'It is better to have the bare essentials always handy than to leave a bulky pack someplace where you can't get to it.'? This has been our inspiration for this project.
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