ARES Connect Instructions

Hi Everyone,

I had a little time so I thought I would share in detail on how to get rolling on ARES connect. As you all know, other entities would like our frequencies and it's our job to prove that we are using them. ARES connect is how we do this. Please sign up. the website is Once you have signed up, you have to sign up for events. All the events are right on the home page. scroll to one of your liking, and sign up.

The ARES_Connect_Events screenshot has an example of what you will see. Then, check in to the net. After this, there are still a few more steps. In the next day or so, go back to the ARES Connect website and report your hours for that event. Go to your name, and us the drop down menu.

Select View Hours.

Then select Report Hours. Pick the Net, or Nets that your are reporting and put in the amount of time you spent on each Net. It has to be at least an hour on the website. Also, the web designer spelled Herriman Harriman. But our Nets are up there, including the Ragchew Net.


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