From: William D’Agostino
The K1ARC American Red Cross Emergency Training
Net was held this past Wednesday, April 2nd, at 8 PM (EST) on 3.915 MHz plus/minus 5 kHz LSB Voice. This net is open to everyone who has a sincere interest in Emergency Radio Communications.
In addition, two announcements follows:Announcement #1 — If you haven’t seen the new public safety brochure concerning emergency food and water developed jointly by the American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), then I highly recommend that you download this document today from:
This brochure offers clear guidance on how to prepare and store food and water for emergency use.
Announcement #2 — American Red Cross Emergency
Communications Training Day. The Red Cross is
offering a free Emergency Training Course to be held at the South Central Connecticut (New Haven) Red Cross Chapter on May 10 from 9 AM to 1 PM.
The topic will concern Emergency Communications with a focus on response to Terrorism and/or Weapons of Mass Destruction incidents.
Red Cross Emergency Communications Training Day
South Central Connecticut Red Cross Chapter
703 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT
Simplex Frequency for those en-route: 147.42 MHz
Space is limited (Around 50 people will be accepted). Breakfast and refreshments will be provided. The Training will be free.
To sign-up for this class, please email or call
Jennifer Winslow at WinslowJ@usa.redcross.org or
End of Announcements