RACES (Radio Amateurs in Civil Emergency Service) is a public service provided by a volunteer communications group. During RACES activation, certified reserve personnel are called upon to perform tasks for the government agencies they serve. The common thread is communications. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides planning guidance and technical assistance for establishing RACES organizations at the state and local government levels.
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ARES/RACES of Delaware County Pennsylvania
Area resource features a document library, club information, discussion board, and links.
Arlington County RACES
Virginia. Features training for members.
Dallas County RACES
Umbrella organization of the several cities whose municipalities reside within Dallas County, Texas. Resources include participation requirements, a Radio Officer directory, reference manual and schedule of regional nets.
Garland, Texas. Information and resources reference manuals, how to guides, organizational information and relevant government data.
Giles County RACES
Includes emergency communications information, local weather alerts, current radar, SkyWarn classes, and links.
Marshall County Auxiliary Radio Service
Provides emergency communication for Marshall County, Alabama. Local resource for emergency information, frequencies, club membership and local links.
Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
News, organizational and chapter information, and links to RACES groups nationwide.
Sarasota County Auxiliary Communications Service
Works with Sarasota County Emergency Management to recruit, organize, and deploy ham radio operators for emergency activations in Sarasota County, Florida.
Tarrant County RACES
Team for Fort Worth, Texas, and surrounding area. Active in ARES and SKYWARN. Includes information on organization, events, training and contacts.
Worcester Emergency Communications Team
Massachusetts-based RACES resource features net and contact information, and links.
Last update:June 1, 2014 at 8:15:10 UTC