During an emergency situation, the ability to communicate with others – to acquire valuable situational information – can make the difference between life and death.
For longer than any of us have been on this earth, the lowly ham radio has been an important piece of long-distance communication. (In fact, the largest ham radio association, The National Association For Amateur Radio was founded in 1914.)
If you’re interested in learning more about ham radios (and you definitely should), then you’ll also want to check out this article at Gray Wolf Survival to get a nice overview of how (and why) you should get licensed.
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