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Paul Gayet, AA1SU
Assist. Section Manager
Matt Atwood, WE1H
Special Projects Officer
Jane English, KD6PCE
Civil Air Patrol Liaison
A.J. Murray, N1ZWL
Ralph Stetson III, KD1R
Affiliated Club Coord.
Allen Tinker, W1AAT
Official Observer Coord.
Linda Robinson, W1MP
Public Information Coord.
Chris Roy, KA1ZAD
Section Emergency Coord.
R. Conway, N1WWW
Assist. Sect'n Emergency Coord.
K. Walbridge, K1WAL
Section Traffic Manager
Bruce Greenleaf, KF1Z
Mitch Stern, W1SJ
R. Conway, N1WWW
RANV (Radio Amateurs of Northern Vermont) maintains an excellent list of area repeaters.
List of currently active nets. Note that frequencies may be up or down from listed frequency, as necessary, also times may vary from what is stated here. If you know of an active net that might be of interest here, please send name/time/frequency to the Webmaster.
- GMN Daily x-Sun 1700L 3934 kHz
- VTNH Daily 1900L 3539 kHz
- VTN (VPTN) Daily 1930L 3857 kHz
- CVTN Daily 2100L 146.880 MHz (-110.9)
- GMWS/ARES Mondays 1930L 147.045 MHz (- )
- WRRC ARES Monday 1930L 147.015 MHz (+ )
- SOVARC/ARES Monday 19:00 L 146.835 (-)
- CEVESN Sundays 0900L 145.410 MHz (-)
- VEPN Sundays 0800L 3976 KHz
- NY Emerg. Svce/SkyWarn Traffic Net 2x Daily 0730 & 1900L 145.110 MHz (+)
- Northern NY Net Sat 0900L, Sun 0830L 3958 kHz
- NY Traffic Net Daily 1800L 3935 kHz
- NH ARES Net Saturdays 0830L 3943 kHz
- SATERN (Eastern Territory) Saturday 1400Z 7265 kHz
- VT Emergency Freqs: ARES 3976 kHz / RACES 3980 kHz
ARES 7275 kHz / RACES 7280 kHz
It is important that all emergency communicators maintain a minimum level of personal readiness. Included here are links to personal readiness information, go-kits, etc.
- VT ARES Suggested Checklists VT ARES suggested lists of items to have in any of several go-kits. Space to add your own items; cross-off what doesn't apply to you.use as a base to build your own go-kit lists. † [MS Word]
- EmComm.org Gear List [web]
- Notes on Personal Preparedness † from VA RACES [MS Word]
- GO KIT: DAILY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS GEAR IDEAS [web]
Also see the Resources page
- ARRL ARES E-Letter—requires ARRL membership
- EMCOMM Monthly—feisty, informative, intelligent email letter put out by EmComm.org; no longer published, but great material and archived issues available on their website.
- VT ARES Email Reflector—The VTARES Email Reflector is a moderated reflector, meaning that all messages for the group must be reviewed and approved prior to being forwarded on to the list. Therefore, it may take a number of hours before a post to the group will be distributed. The normal volume of traffic is pretty light, but in a deployment or emergency situation expect its use to increase, becoming a main communications venue within the ARES group.
To subscribe to the VTARES Email Reflector, simply click on the “Subscribe” link and send the email that is generated. No additional subject or body text is necessary. You will receive an email shortly thereafter asking for confirmation of your request to join. You will be given two membership options:
- Join the Group will provide you with the most features, while '
- Join the Mailing List will simply provide you with a copy of all emails sent to the reflector.
However, as VT ARES has a comprehensive web site, little use will be made of the Yahoo Group features other than the email reflector, so the recommendation is to 'Join the Mailing List' only.
To un-subscribe from the VTARES Email Reflector, simply click on the “Unsubscribe” link and send the email that is generated. No additional subject or body text is necessary.
Questions? Feel free to email the Reflector Moderator.
Short list of software programs/information of interest to many emcomm operators:
- About APRS | [ Software (Mac/PC) ]
- EchoLink | [ Mac software ]
- Digital Modes
- G4FON—Koch CW trainer
- Look up Hams by Zip Code, Name, Town, etc.