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    Default Any ham radio ops here?

    Just curiuos how many amateur radio operaters are here active in the forums. My department has 5 licensed amateurs out of 48 members, with 3 more studying to get thier tickets.

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    I am Not 1 Quite Literally Ugly.



    Not very active, though. In fact, you reminded me, this should be the month I received my 10 year renewal, I'll have to go their website tomorrow...

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    I am a Novice class very old school with 5wpm morse planing to get my general soon or whatever they call it now, mi rig is down though the lcd got busted when it fell off my desk because a furry creature of mine. Hope to be up soon i am runnign a 10 Meter

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    This is Whiskey Alpha Two Hotel Uniform Quebec QRZ.
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    Be Safe! Lookouts-Awareness-Communications-Escape Routes-Safety Zones

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    KB0YTM here on my dept. there are 4 ham's I have a tec. ticket. We have used ham radio for water supply ops on training burns and fond that it works very well when all other radio channles are busy.
    Last edited by ffbaer; 10-30-2003 at 08:27 AM.

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    Have a no code tech here. though don't get to use it much. Just renewed it this year.

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    Another No-code Tech here.
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    Default Ham Operator

    Whisky November Four Greenwich Mean Time /Zero QRZed?

    Trying hard to find the time to get back to the hobby!

    Keep Safe, Y'all

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    KC5SAS here in St Gabriel, Louisiana. Active on VHF/UHF voice and APRS. I'm the only Ham Operator in my department but have installed a Radio Shack 2 meter mobile on the Radio Desk at the Station for comms with State EOC and Red Cross during emergencies. I've attached a Pic of the radio desk. The Ham Rig is mounted on the lower left of the desk.
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    Great to see so many hams here, and great to see amateur radio being worked into some of the activities. I am working on starting to rebuild the ARES group in our county, it existed on paper but was nothing else. Hopefully soon we will be participating in coutywide training and disaster drills to show everyone what a good, and free asset, we can provide.

    Worked Germany today on the way to work too! 10m mobile is way too much fun!

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    Cellblock--- Before I read that was the FH office, I was getting woried. I was trying to figure out why on earth you ham shack would have a Zetron encoder...
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    Default CQ, CQ, CQ...

    Kilo Bravo One India Sierra Romeo, QRZed?

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    My girlfriends uncle is supposed to be getting me into it next time he comes up again.
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    Thumbs up

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    Member of the Port Chester Volunteer/Paid Fire Department,NY, now living in Fort Worth,TX.
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