Union County AUXCOMM

What is AUXCOMM ?
AUXCOMM is a term that stands for ” Auxiliary Emergency Communications “. AUXCOMM plays a important role during events, incidents, and emergency situations. AUXCOMM assist agencies at the local, state, and national levels during events, incidents, and emergencies when called upon to do so. AUXCOMM consist of regular amateur radio operators, ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service), MARS (Military Auxiliary Radio System), and RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service) who have a deep desire to serve as Auxiliary Emergency Communicators.
For membership in AUXCOMM, a Amateur Radio Operator needs to complete the required FEMA courses.
ICS 100
ICS 200
ICS 700
ICS 800

To take the required courses, click on the link below.

If you are a Amateur Radio Operator and have completed the required FEMA courses and desire membership in AUXCOMM, please send me your name, call sign, and a good email address to:

Jerry Brewer
Union County ARES EC
COML Trained
[email protected]


AUXCOMM – Introduction
AUXCOMM Part 1 – The Comm Unit
AUXCOMM Part 2 – AEC Roles & Responsibilities
AUXCOMM Part 3 – Interoperable Communications
AUXCOMM Part 4 – Incident Communications
AUXCOMM Part 5 – Incident Communications Plan
AUXCOMM Part 6 – The ICC
AUXCOMM Part 7 – Team Management
AUXCOMM Part 8 – Resources
AUXCOMM Part 9 – DOs and DON’Ts
AUXCOMM Part 10 – Radio Networks

AUXCOMM Computer – Based Training Modules From DHS/OEC

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