- Amateur radio license exams.
- Amateur radio equipment (headphones, books).
Auxiliary Emergency Radio Organization
supports the public becoming
effective emergency communicators by providing training, licensing,
drill and practice, and appropriate equipment.
It also supports allied organizations with like goals and plans for and encourges
improved disaster preparedness in the US.
If you would like help by partnering with your EmComm project,
lending administrative, financial, and technical support,
email dave1 at wcf dot com
or write to the address below.
AERO has a vision
for how we can aid San Francisco disaster recovery
with adequate, robust emergency communications.
Wreckage of The Emporium and James Flood Building on Market Street, 1906.
You can also take advantage of AERO licensing efforts by taking a
" ham exam".
AERO needs your support.
But we need widespread support from many donors,
we suggest a donation that is comfortable for you.
A cover letter with a few words about why you
are supporting AERO would
be great too, if it's not too much trouble.
You can send donations to:
c/o Dave Gomberg, AERO Director
7 Gateview Court
San Francisco CA 94116
As of 2/4/2006, IRS provisional approval of AERO as a
Section 501(c)(3) charity has been received.
Our May 5th meeting was inconclusive of future organizational forms for AERO,
so for now we are going to stick with the former one. Expect
annual meetings on this topic.
Last updated: August 20, 2008