Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Ham Radio - News March 2, 2011

Lake County prepares for severe weather (News Sun)
CLC students and staff members enter a staircase and head to the shelter of the first floor during a tornado drill.

Only A Drill...
Only A Drill... (Times Observer)
The drill on Tuesday morning included a string of tornadoes that wiped out dozens of homes, six fatalities, flooding, power outages, mudslides, a hazardous material spill, and animals trapped in a collapsed barn.
Clandestine, Gunaz Radio schedule update (MT Shortwave Central)
Welcome to the Shortwave Central blog. Here you will find broadcast, amateur radio, clandestine and pirate information including loggings, QSLs tips, and last-minute news.
Local students recognized for efforts in earthquake preparedness (Daily Dunklin Democrat)
Amateur Radio operator Larry Ford, right, was assisted by Kennett radio club members Beth TIbbs, center, and Jill Niemeier, left, as Caruthersville participated in a state wide communications drill to test for preparedness should a 7.7 magnitude earthquake strike along the New Madrid fault.
County participates in training exercise in communication (Emery County Progress)
Sinbad Desert Amateur Radio Club, Boarderline Radio Club and Skyline Radio Club volunteers were invited to participate in the Seven Eastern Utah Counties mock disaster exercise.
AITI Steps Up Checks On Unlicensed Radio (BruDirect)
The Authority for Information Technology Industry , together with the Royal Brunei Police Force, has upped the ante in their control on the usage of amateur radios in the Sultanate.

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