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Questions about amateur radio emergency communication, either in support of emergency services or for use to report an emergency.

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copying text, including asking for repeats and phonetic spelling. The best practice is participating in drills and public service events for your local ARES/RACES emergency communication group. Here is …
answered Mar 12 '19 by Walter Underwood K6WRU
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emergency situations, like reporting a wildfire that does not directly threaten you, use "Break Emergency" at the beginning of the call. This is a good guide to making emergency calls: http … ://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/operating-your-ham-radio-in-an-emergency.html The IARU has established global emergency frequencies. They call these "Emergency Centre of Activity Frequencies". 15m 21.360 MHz …
answered Oct 22 '13 by Walter Underwood K6WRU