18 Mar, 1991
Guidance for Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
This Civil Preparedness Guide (CPG) has been prepared as a reference to assist State and local emergency management officials in establishing and operating Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) capabilities for use in responding to and managing emergencies and disasters. This CPG outlines the procedures for developing a RACES plan and provides an example of a plan format.
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    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Date
    18 Mar, 1991
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
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    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): www.fema.gov/
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