Resources

Bernalillo County ARES Membership Callout Roster

This is an Adobe Acrobat version of the current ARES Membership Callout Roster. This file is password protected. Contact Chris deLong for the password – Members

ARRL Public Service Communications Manual– An indispensable guide for amateurs providing communications for emergencies or public service.

ARRL Radiogram forms – RADIOGRAM

ARRL Numbered Radiogram Reference – Includes both relief emergency and routine message radiograms, in addition to the precedences to use in emergency, priority, welfare and routine situations – fsd3

ARRL Message Form Guidelines – Guidelines for originating and handling formal radiogram messages, including precedences, handling instructions, QN signals, Q signals, abbreviations, prosigns and prowords – fsd218

ARRL Operating Aide – This handy operating aid contains five useful references including the UTC time conversion chart, the ITU phonetic alphabet, guidelines to using the RST System, communication procedures and good phone operating guidelines.

ARRL Emergency Reference Information Card – Includes Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) operating guidelines, with room to record important telephone numbers and net schedules.

Red Cross Amateur Radio Operator Intake Form – This form may be used by Amateur Radio operators who are working on behalf of the American Red Cross.

FEMA Family Preparedness Guide “Are You Ready'”