Serving East Central Mississippi.......
Lauderdale-Clarke Counties Mississippi
Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Lauderdale-Clarke Counties Amateur Radio Service (ARES) is a volunteer organization of licensed Amateur Radio Operators supporting the Lauderdale and Clarke Counties emergency preparedness plan and general public safety by providing a flexible, technical resource which is skilled in disaster response functions and emergency communications.
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Lauderdale Emergency Management Agency - Search and Rescue (LEMA-SAR) meets the 4th Monday of each month 7:00pm at LEMA.

Clarke County Emergency Management Reservists



The Hospital Emergency Amateur Radios System District 6 (HEARS) conducts a weekly controlled net each Wednesday at 10:00am on the W5FQ repeater 146.700MHz (-)(pl 100Hz). The purpose of this net is to test District 6 HEARS, and to provide a forum for the discussion of related topics.





Lauderdale-Clarke Counties ARES Information

What is ARES

ARES Application

ARES Code of Conduct

ARES Manual

ARES Field Resources Manual.pdf

Recommended Training for ARES Members

Area Nets

ICS Forms Booklet (FEMA 502-2)



Local Amateur Radio Clubs

Meridian ARC

Hattiesburg Area ARC

Laurel ARC

599 DX Association

Central MS ARA

Lowndes County ARC

Neshoba ARC



Emergency Operations Frequecies to avoid or Monitor


East Central Mississippi Chapter

The Meridian Area Emergency Net (MAEN) meets each Tuesday evening at 2000 hours local time and whenever needed for emergencies on the W5FQ repeater146.70- (pl100.0Hz). Our backup repeater is the NO5C repeater 146.970- (pL100.0Hz) located in Marion, MS. You do not have to be a member of ARES or the Meridian Amateur Radio Club to participate in this net. All Amateur Radio Operators are welcome.

American Radio Relay League

ARRL Mississippi Section

Events and Happenings


10 Myths about Earthquakes from Long Beach, CA
The city of Long Beach has compiled a list of the top 10 earthquake myths and it could rock your world.



Surge, winds, tornadoes, and rain. Hazards of "The Greatest Storms on Earth".



How are Atlantic Storms Named?

Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms have been named from lists originated by the National Hurricane Center and now maintained and updated by an international committee of the World Meteorological Organization. The lists featured only women's names until 1979, when men's and women's names were alternated. Six lists are used in rotation. Thus, the 2007 list is used again in 2013.

The next Meridian Amateur Radio Club meeting will be 10:00am, Sept 5th at the Checkerboard Restaurant in Meridian, MS

Amateur Radio Service


Mississippi Emergency Management Agency


National Weather Service,
Jackson, Mississippi



Space Weather


Popular Links





The Boat Anchor Manual Archive





KB6NU's No-nonsense Study Guides

QRZ





SouthEastern Repeater Association



Publications






MARC - "The Spark Gap Newsletter"

Frequency Listings




US Amateur Radio Bands

USREPEATERS.COM


Lauderdale-Clarke Counties Mississippi
Amateur Radio Emergency Service
9494 Raymond Cobb Rd, Lauderdale, MS 39335

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