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Learn how to communicate during disasters, emergencies, and community events.
Be prepared for the next blackout! Explore various means of electric power generation. 2nd Edition.
Special Member Price! Only $24.95 (regular $27.95)
Self-study manual, provides an introduction to Amateur Radio Emergency Communications.
Out of print
A resource for the Amateur Radio operator who volunteers as a trained storm spotter.
A quick trainer and field resource guide for the emergency communicator.
Reflective hat, with ARES logo embroidered on front. Perfect for public service and emergency communications support activities.
Neon vest with front pockets and front and back reflector panels. "AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS" on one side and the ARES logo on the other.
Mesh vest with large front and back reflector panels. Imprinted with "AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS" on one side and the ARES logo on the other.
Navy polo shirt embroidered with the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) logo on front left chest.
Navy t-shirt silk screened with the ARES logo on front left chest and Radio Communications on back.
Custom crafted ARES paracord bracelet. Useful in emergencies as it unravels. Small 8.5", Large 9.25”.
Show your support for Amateur Radio and the ARES program with these supply items!
Pins, patches, stickers and more are available. Click details to order.
A great reminder that Amateur Radio provides immediate, high quality communications that work every time.
T-shirts, pins, stickers, and more available. Click details to order.
Self-powered AM/FM/NOAA weather radio with flashlight, solar power and USB charger. Perfect addition to any emergency go kit!
Be prepared for any emergency with this powerful LED flashlight. Charge with the solar panel, hand crank, or AC/DC input.
Waterproof pocket notebook conveniently sized to take with you–anywhere, anytime, in any weather!
Special Event Stations, DXCC Program, Operating Specialties, W100AW & W1AW QSLs via Bureau, Amateur Code, Contests, Operating Resources, Awards, W1AW, QSL Service, Centennial QSO Party, NPOTA, Logbook of the World
FCC License Info and Forms, Volunteer Instructors/Mentors, Courses & Training, Getting Licensed, Volunteer Examiners, What is Ham Radio, Get on the Air, License Certificates, College Students and Educators, Amateur Radio in the Classroom
Member Directory, myARRL, Membership Certificate, Blind Membership, Dues Increase FAQ, Join ARRL/Renew Membership, Member Discounts, member feedback, Member Support, Membership Levels
State and Local, Volunteer Consulting Engineer Program, Volunteer Counsel Program, Antenna Regulation and Zoning, CCR Study Information, International, Federal RFI Preemption, Technical Relations Office, Federal
NTS Manual, Ham Aid, Public Service Resources, ARES, Public Service Honor Roll, SKYWARN Recognition Day, Served Agencies and Partners, NTS
ARRL References, Radio Technology Topics, ARRL Lab, Tech Portal, Tech Tips, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
Volunteer Opportunities, Hamfests and Conventions Calendar, Recruiting & Outreach, Clubs, The ARRL Foundation, Donate to ARRL, Youth
ARRL Publication Dealers, ARRL Store, List all Products, Periodicals, Shipping, Return Policy, Customer Service/Support, Product Notes
ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio
225 Main Street
Newington, CT, 06111-1494 USA