This is a forum for Community Emergency Response Team volunteers in the United States to connect, collaborate, share knowledge, inforrmation, references, plans, ideas, and anything else that supports and improves our ability to effectively serve our communities in a time of disaster.
Post by Major_Disaster on Feb 23, 2017 10:15:48 GMT -8
Here's a link to a list of "tactical armbands" of varying prices and styles.
Apparently this item is used by some sports coaches and by some in the military.
It looks like an interesting way to have some reference material readily available. I could see this being useful for radio frequencies, etc. Not sure if it would be the way during other CERT activities.
Thank you for being a CERT, NERT, or NET, giving your time, effort, knowledge, and money to prepare to help others before, during, and after a disaster.
I am thinking using a app like Zello or voxxer if our team is interested in it. It would act as a smartphone 'walkie talkie" that wouldn't tie up radio frequencies. If something like that were adapted, having some sort of wrist mount would be handy, as it would always be available for comms, taking photos or seeing incoming texts, at a glance. I am not the guy who decides this stuff, so I will propose it see where it goes.