- AUXCOMM Nets
- ICS 214 Incident Activity Tracking Log
- ICS review
- Mandatory NIMS Training
- Standardized Phonetic Alphabet
- Standardized Prowords
- ICS-213 Message Handling
- AUXCOMM Power Connector
- Introduction to ARES
- Basic Radio Procedures for Activations
- Activation Levels
- State EOC Emergency Operations Plan
- Emergency Communications Declarations
- NC RACES Guidelines
- Go Kit
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Please join us for the Wake County AUXCOMM training net every Thursday at 9:15 PM on 146.88(-) immediately following the PCTN 9:00 PM Net.
(Backup 147.105(+) w/82.5hz tone)
THIS TRAINING NET AND IS OPEN TO ALL AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS INTERESTED IN EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS REGARDLESS OF LOCALE OR CLASS OF LICENSE
AUXCOMM is term used to refer to the Auxiliary Emergency Communications role within the Incident Communications System (ICS) that is used during emergency situations like Hurricane Sandy to manage the incident. AUXCOMM members serve at local, state and national levels during these type incidents.
Members of AUXCOMM are amateur radio operators who come from organizations like the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS), and the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) who want to serve as Auxiliary Emergency Communicators. You are not required to be a member of one of these organizations to participate in AUXCOMM. However, one fundamental requirement to participate in AUXCOMM is that you must pass four basic ICS training courses provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Please review the mandatory NIMS training page for more information.