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2 weeks 3 days ago - 2 weeks 3 days ago #29 by Aaron
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Hello, I obtained my Amateur Radio license in 2016. It is through amateur radio and volunteering with the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) that I learned about CERT. I completed CERT Basic through Metro Fire in 2017. I am Title 22 First Aid and CPR certified and engage in on-going emergency preparedness training. I regularly volunteer through both ARES and CERT with public events, outreach, and instruction. I am heavily involved in Emergency Communications and remote Field Operations. I am a Registered Licensing Instructor and Accredited Volunteer Examiner (VE) with the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), and as such am able to proctor the test needed to obtain an amateur radio license. If you are interested in getting your amateur radio license, I am happy to help. I very much enjoy CERT, Amateur Radio and the wonderful people I meet through these activities. I am excited about Citizen Corps and look forward to connecting with others through it.
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2 weeks 3 days ago #30 by Brad
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Welcome Aaron. I joined about a week ago. Great topics.

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Hello Brad. That was a quick reply! How did you find my post so quickly? Are you using RSS Feeds? I just learned about RSS Feeds and Readers. I have always wondered how people do that, and know I know! Lol. I suppose as a computer guy you have probably known about RSS Feeds for awhile and used them before. This is now the second site I am using an RSS Reader with, the other is QRZ.

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