Grizzly Mountain Repeater

 

Jef-Cro Em Comm

The Jefferson and Crook County Emergency Communicators meet weekly on the Grizzly Mountain Repeater, on Monday evenings at 7:00 PM Pacific Time. We practice net procedures, test emergency power and mobile installations, and in general prepare for emergency operations.

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All Hams are encouraged to become familiar with the Incident Command System (ICS) in order to better aid local officials who will be using ICS in responding to emergencies. The FEMA website has a free, on-line, independent study course: IS-100. RACES members are now REQUIRED to have ICS-100, ICS-200, and ICS-700 certifications per FEMA regulations.


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Net Control Script

Please consider acting as Net Control for a week; it's good experience for we never know when and who will be called upon to activate/run an emergency net. Here is the latest Jef-Cro Em Comm Net Script (updated May 30, 2017).

Served Agency Contacts

Crook County: Deputy Michael Ryan, Emergency Manager - Phone: (541) 447-6398
michael.ryan@co.crook.or.us

Jefferson County: Mark Carman, Emergency Manager - Phone: (541) 475-6520
Mark.Carman@co.jefferson.or.us


Break Tags

See the ARES /RACES page for details.

Event Reports

Here are the results of the December 16, 2005 Jefferson County Communications Exercises.

Thanks to Phil, K7FIL, for the report.


ICS-309 Radio Log

Here is the CCSSAR ICS-309.

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