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Pulaski County Amateur Radio Search & Rescue Team

MISSION STATEMENT: Pulaski County Amateur Radio Search & Rescue Team , is a Not for Profit, Volunteer Public Service Organization, consisting of licensed Amateur Radio Operators living/working within Pulaski County who have voluntarily registered their qualifications and equipment to provide the communications needs in time of emergencies as well as for Public Service events. Pulaski County Amateur Radio Search & Rescue Team is dedicated to serving ALL of the communities within the District, working hand in hand with Local, and State & Federal governments,as well as with, Missouri State Emergency Management Agency, American Red Cross , Salvation Army, National Weather Service - Springfield, Missouri (SKYWARN Program) and other non-profit, community-service organizations. We are compliant with the National Response Plan (NRP) and Incident Command System & National Incident Management System training requirements, as required by HPD-5 , Presidential Directive for Volunteer Service agencies.

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WE are always looking for NEW Members!

Links, Training etc., etc.,

American Radio Relay League, Amateur Radio Emergency Services
Pulaski County Amateur Radio Emergency Services & Skywarn Emergency Links Page
Federal Emergency Management Agency Homestudy Courses
State of Missouri State Emergency Management Agency
Missouri Amateur Radio Emergency Services
American Radio Relay League ( Missouri Section )
Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network
Pulaski County Local Emergency Planning Commission
AA9PW Amateur Exam practice pages
Missouri Department of Transportation Road Conditions
National Skywarn Homepage
The Disaster Centers Missouri Page
Emergency Response Guidebook 2004
Amateur Radio Reference Library
QRZ Callsign Lookup
Emergency Training Section
Amateur Radio Emergency Services Field Resources Manual
Basic Weather Spotter's Guide
IS-200 ICS Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
Emergency Communications(ECom) Study Guide by Pat Lambert, W0IPL
Basic Incident Command System
IS-800 National Response Plan (NRP)
IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Introduction to Community Emergency Response Teams

Email: w0gab@arrl.net