Constitutional Emergency

Communications .......................

Communications is an absolute necessity, not only in DC when are mission is deployed, but, everyday right here at home in the preparations phase of our State unit.  I urge everybody to stay in total communications with your immediate Leaders

We have a tremendous mission of historical size and focus.  It requires each and every one of us, out on the streets, on the phone, spreading the word, getting new like-minded Patriots to become members, and in getting them to work, doing the same.  This is a joint effort of every one that realizes America is in a state of Constitutional Emergency.  We have to communicate daily to give good reports to our leaders, our leaders will undoubtedly have tips, techniques, to recruiting, or to gaining much needed supplies, and will, also, have any directives that come from Nat'l staff .

  1. Communications

    1. Call trees with all unit and state leaders

    2. Email Lists~State, Regional, County leaders must have your email address and cell# to enable and means of immediate communication.

    3. 2 way radios (ham 2 meter, CB, handhelds)

    4. Rally points – Several throughout the city ~ State Communications Chief needs to obtain a map of DC and the Area in Arlington, VA.  Go through the map(s) and also, go to OAS forum and scour for Rally point info, DC and VA CO is commonwealth Patriot, and he is willing to help with any info on DC, and has posted a vast a mount of info on the forum already.

    • Every unit should have a good video camera at least. We cannot rely on media, so we will have to be able to document and report ourselves. We are the Media.

Here is good information for all those going to DC......

All DC groups are going to need to stay in good constant communication when there, for safety's sake.  I was talking with Texas CO, and he agreed but wasnt sure, so after some good confab, it was decided:

your cell phones are going to be easy to be shut down, whenever "they" want.  By general consensus, good handheld Ham radios are the best in performance and  least in cost.  So with that, I started a search, and all of Texas ( so to speak) are gonna be using the following:

So, the Beofang is the one they are going with, and at about $40 per i think it a good deal...


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