Many blog readers will recognize this locale from my novel Survivors: Farmington Police Department buys armored military fighting vehicle . (Thanks to B.B. for the link.)
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Bob G. suggested a video by Josie The Outlaw: Why Good People Should Be Armed
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The first edition of the Auxiliary Communications Field Operations Guide (AUXFOG) has been released. It is available as a PDF on the OEC web site. No printed copies are planned.
The AUXFOG is a reference for auxiliary communicators who directly support backup emergency communications for State/local public safety entities or for an amateur radio organization supporting public safety. It contains information about AuxComm best practices, frequently used radio frequencies, mutual aid channels as well as tips and suggestions about auxiliary emergency communicators integrating into a NIMS ICS environment to support communications for planned events or incidents. It can serve as a reference both for auxiliary emergency communicators and public safety communications professionals.