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Name IO-MARC Mutual Aid Radio Communications : ( IO-MARC)
Description This is an 16-hour course provided to public safety personnel who serve as operators and/or technicians for the deployment, setup, maintenance, and operation of MARC units. Florida’s MARC packages are an integral part of the states, State’s Technology Reserve waiver listed in its Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) grant submission. This technology is part of the state’s SCIP and has played a role in responses during Hurricane Katrina and the 2007 fires in Florida. MARC provides conventional radio communication infrastructure when fixed radio communications infrastructure is compromised or unavailable. This tool work together with others as listed in the state’s SCIP to provide interoperable communications for first responders on an incident scene. This project will ensure that there is adequately trained staff to deploy, maintain and staff the MARC packages for long term deployments such as Hurricane Katrina should the need arise. In addition, all prospective COML
PreRequisite None
Target Audience This is an 32 hour course provided to public safety personnel who serve as operators and/or technicians for the deployment, setup, maintenance, and operation of MARC units
Please note, this course is 32 hours, not 16 as detailed in the description
Significant additions have been made to the course
Florida’s MARC packages are an integral part of the State’s Technology Reserve waiver listed in its Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) grant submission
This technology is part of the state’s SCIP and has played a role in responses during Hurricane Katrina and the 2007 fires in Florida
MARC provides conventional radio communication infrastructure when fixed radio communications infrastructure is compromised or unavailable
This tool work together with others as listed in the state’s SCIP to provide interoperable communications for first responders on an incident scene
This project will ensure that there is adequately trained staff to deploy, maintain and staff the MARC packages for long term deployments such as Hurricane Katrina should the need arise
In addition, all prospective COML
Additional Information
Location Florida State Fire College
Address 11655 NW Gainesville Road
Ocala 34482
Alachua
Region 3

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Date Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021 - Friday, Jan 22, 2021
Point of Contact Kevin Rulapaugh
352-215-9712  
krulapaugh@alachuacounty.us
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