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One of the key aspects of Amateur Radio is it ability to provide communications when disaster strikes, overwhelming or destroying public and commercial communications. This page is designed to provide information related to how Amateur Radio steps in and works when no other form of communications can. Amateur Radio can provide local, national and worldwide communications for rescue and health and welfare message traffic.

Here are some links and downloads related to Amateur Radio Emergency Communications.
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Download the Amateur Radio Band Chart showing frequency allocations.

The American Radio Relay League's emergency communications guide..

The Georgia ARES web site.

Florida Disaster Management, Okaloosa CERT, Santa Rosa County Emergency Management, and Navarre CERT.

The Emergency Operations Center of Clark County, Nevada.

The Western Public Service System web site.

Web site of The Nevada Section of ARRL.

Hurricane Watch Net, affiliated with the National Hurricane Center.

ARRL Southwestern Division Volunteers.

The Middle Georgia Radio Association.

The Central Georgia Amateur Radio Club.

If you know of other sources, please let me know, I'd like to add them.