NTS Traffic Handling Manual - Written by Bob Conder K4RLC for the Wake County ARES group. Simple and concise, it shows you exactly how to use the ARRL Message Form. While you're there, check out the other features of that fine site. Message Traffic Info and Training
Message Forms & Manuals - Download all the forms and some pretty slick manuals - courtesy of the ARRL. Message Forms & Manuals
Emergency Communications Courses Online! - As part of their Certification and Continuing Education program, the ARRL is now offering two courses online: Level I -- Introduction to Emergency Communications Course (EC-001), and Level II -- Intermediate Emergency Communications Course (EC-002) . On-line courses open regularly once a month, with registration available on the Web. Registration for the Level I Emergency Communications Course (EC-001) opens each month on or about the second Monday at 4 PM Eastern Time. Two weeks later, registration opens for the Level II Emergency Communications Course (EC-002). The cost for these classes is $40.00 for ARRL members, and $70.00 for non members. For more information and registration, go to the ARRL CCE pages.
Skywarn nets are initiated any time the National Weather Service issues a severe weather alert. The nets are conducted on the following repeaters:
South Carolina HF ARES/RACES nets on the First/Third Monday nights of every month at 1800 hours local on 3.9935 MHz. All amateurs licensed for this frequency are invited to participate.
Horry County Chapter of the American Red Cross - Take a minute and check out this informative site. Emergency shelter locations and much more!
Horry County ARES
Message Forms & Manuals
Advice to Local Skywarn Coordinators
Message Traffic Info and Training
Horry County Emergency Ops Manual
SC Coastal Evacuation Routes