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*** Website updates (23 SEP 18): There is a new tab located in the menu bar that may be used to "Log In / Log Out". A new "Leadership" page has been created and is under construction.
*** All 2018 ARES SET exercise documents are posted in the member area. Please see the Exercise Documents Folder; then select the 2018 SET exercise Folder. The base documents are in the main folder and Team/Fixed Site documents (traffic) have their own folders.
*** ARCS is seeking donations for the Go Box campaign. Please see the Facebook page for more information. Please consider donating. Donations are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt for your contribution. ***
*** New ARFOG updates *** Updates to the ARFOG have been posted in the member area. Summary of changes: Updated ICS-213D5 and ICS-309D5, addition of more First Aid information.
Updates (as of 03 SEP 18):
Card 301, Pg 1 (updated to current version of the ICS-213D5)
Card 302, Pg 2 (updated to current version of the ICS-309D5)
Card 516, Pg 2 & 3 (added two new cards covering AED and CPR)
You may now change your password by logging in and clicking on the "My Account" link on the right side of the screen. Click on the "Edit" link and you will have access to your account page.
The Pierce County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) provides volunteer emergency communications for served agencies, such as local departments of emergency management, and the broader community. Please enjoy our webpage, and don't hesitate to contact us if you would like more information or are interested in getting involved. ARES is a group of volunteers who train and qualify to provide emergency communications support when disaster strikes. ARES assists local agencies during times of bad weather, such as windstorms and flooding, earthquakes, and any other incident that disrupts ordinary day to day communication. Our motto is, "When all else fails."