I would like to apologize to everyone who visits this web site. I have been away from this web site since the end of January 2020, due to my sister developing brain cancer. I am the only living relative that she has. I was given power of attorney for all of my sister’s affairs. My whole life has changed dramatically.
Impressions of the F.A.S.T #1155 vest: First let me explain why we require two radio pockets in our radio vests. In our city, we have Community Emergency Repose Teams, called CERT, that are expected to carry a Family Radio Service (FRS) radio. These community volunteers are not required to have radio licenses. We just want them to give aid and assistance to their neighbors in case of an emergency. We expect these CERT workers to begin their rescue activities at…
(Archive post taken down from News page 12/16) This article shows you how to put together your own emergency battery source that you can carry around. It will power emergency radios and cell phones. To read more go to Ammo Case Power
(Archive Post from News page, taken down 12/16) When we got to the section covering triage, I fully expected that I would forget what I had learned. I asked a friend of mine who had taken CERT about a year ago and asked him if he could remember the triage procedures. He could not. I rather quickly came up with a solution. To read about the solution go to CERT TIP