the 2004 Simulated Emergency Test
The ARRL Simulated Emergency Test is a
nationwide exercise in emergency
communications, conducted by ARRL Section,
District and local Emergency Coordinators,
and by Net Managers. Both Amateur Radio
Emergency Service® (ARES ®) and the National
Traffic System (NTS) are involved.
The SET weekend
gives communicators the opportunity to focus
on the emergency-communications capability
within your community while interacting with
NTS nets. The SET weekend this year is
October 2-3, 2004.
I hope your
ARES group plans to participate!
Simulated Emergency Test (SET)
Congratulations to the
Raleigh County ARES Team under the direction
of Raleigh Raleigh Emergency Coordinator Tim
Zutaut, KC8PMI for winning the 2003 W8NR
Memorial SET Award!
W8NR Memorial SET Award>> Click for
Details in MS
Word format or PDF
ultimate goal of any organization should be to
have as effective and efficient an operation
here for WV ARES Redistricting Plan
here for WV State Map of new ARES Districts
here for information about CATs--
Communications Assistance Teams
ARES Organization - County by County