Kentucky ARES EmComm Test 2
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Kentucky ARES EmComm Test 2:
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Test 2:

51. The branch of the amateur service created in the 50s when the Civil Defense program was implemented is called:

52. RACES is administered by local, county and state emergency management agencies. It is supported by:

53. In areas where both ARES and RACES exist as separate organizations, the goal would be:

54. If there is RACES and ARES in your area, what membership should you have?

55. The National Traffic System has two principal objectives:

56. Terms used by the Incident Command System during an emergency may differ from those used for ARES/RACES. An ARES/RACES Tactical Net would be called:

57. What is the ICS term for an ARES/RACES Resource Net?

58. During an event, if the authorities tell you to move, you should:

59. A management tool to assist anyone who has the responsibility for the successful outcome of an incident is:

60. What is the primary role of Amateur Radio during a disaster:

61. ARES and RACES organizations:

62. The best way to ensure good relations with the public service agency professionals is to:

63. When should you train in Emergency Communications?

64. In Emergency Communication it is important to:

65. The correct pronunciation for the number 4,780 is:

66. Looking out for your own personal safety at the scene of an incident is:

67. If you are asked to work an assignment that makes you uncomfortable, you should:

68. What is the proper priority for safety?

69. The correct pronunciation for the number 206 is:

70. To be covered under the workman's compensation insurance offered by the government agency you're working with, you should always:

71. If your served agency does not provide workman's compensation insurance, you may:

72. When is it safe to talk about confidential information from your served agency?

73. When you turn on a net, the best time to check in is

74. Which of the following is a good reason to ask NCS for permission to leave a net?

75. Which of the following is necessary when passing traffic on behalf of a served agency?

76. The best time to experiment with a new technique, method or piece of equipment is:

77. In Emergency Communication, what does ICS stand for?

78. Within ICS, the person responsible for the management of an incident is the

79. "Cowboy" and "know-it-all" behavior by an Amateur Radio operator at a disaster scene can result in:

80. When a need arises to establish emergency communications systems, the best place to turn for people is:

81. Processing written messages via Amateur Radio from one station to another is usually known as:

82. You control the text of a message only when

83. When passing voice traffic, you should

84. For critical information, or under noisy conditions, which of the following is used to assure the correct spelling of all words?

85. The correct pronunciation for the number 1391 is

86. When you are near a fire scene, you should

87. The easiest way to verify the origin and timing of a message is to

88. A net where ragchewing is permitted is called an

89. What device allows you to hear a contact better and also reduces interference to people near you?

90. A means of ensuring orderly use of a frequency to conduct communications for a scheduled event or during an emergency is called a

91. The person charged with control of the information flow on the frequency used by a controlled net is called the

92. A primary coordination net which uses tactical calls, over which NCS has absolute control, and is normally restricted to traffic for the event only is called

93. A net using FCC issued callsigns, designed to find volunteers and handle work assignments for the event is called

94. The best way to improve your signal strength is to

95. An excellent way to conserve power is to:

96. During emergencies, the best place to keep spare fuses is

97. What one item does everyone need in their go-bag

98. What items in your go-bag do you need to replace/refresh regularly?

99. In ARES/RACES net, who's instructions should you follow?

100. Someone who knows the area around an event is likely to be most effective at what position?




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