Category «Missouri ARES»

Missouri Section May 2019 Activity Report

The month of May has lived up to the severe weather averages as a number of tornadoes struck various areas of the Section. Unfortunately, several fatalities occurred in SW Missouri. There were 558 hours contributed this month by ARES members in SkyWarn Nets. Remember to consider your own safety when weather spotting and have an …

Missouri Section April 2019 Activity Report

Plans are in process for a statewide communications exercise on June 15 in the morning. This is going to be the first statewide exercise in a number of years. The scenario is in development at this time.  It looks like we will be using HF, VHF and digital methods of communications to track evacuees from …

Missouri Section March 2019 Activity Report

Is it Spring or Winter? It’s Missouri weather, for sure. As Mother nature can’t seem to make up her mind as to what season we are in, we must be prepared as we move into the peak season for severe weather. Weather spotting (Skywarn) is definitely one of the activities that is supported by ARES.  …

Missouri Section February 2019 Activity Report

ARES Missouri Section Training Information With the release of the new ARES Strategic Plan by the ARRL Board of Directors, we need to begin the process of having Missouri Section ARES complying with the new training requirements. This will bring ARES training to a uniform level across the nation and help us to understand the …