Posted by swgraham2
Ham Radio Operators need to be ready to roll out to a crisis quickly if it requires communication support. Are you ready to “grab and go”? How quickly could you have a functional ham radio station on-the-air ready to support an emergency situation? Could you support your local authorities efforts, and for how long? Can you personally sustain yourself with food and water for 3 days of support, without being a burden on the emergency relief efforts? Constructing your own version of a “Ham Radio Go-Box” and a “Go-Bag” might be a great addition to your preparedness efforts. Below are some pictures of potential Go-Boxes to stir your imagination and creativity. You might even have some of the items laying around that could be put into the effort to BE PREPARED.
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