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RE: [EC_EmComm] Start Preparing NOW!

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  • rocket@schlesingers.net
    I have a request to George for radio operators. Of course, depends on the storm track/ From: EC_EmComm@yahoogroups.com [mailto:EC_EmComm@yahoogroups.com] On
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 24, 2011
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      I have a request to George for radio operators.  Of course, depends on the storm track/

       

      From: EC_EmComm@yahoogroups.com [mailto:EC_EmComm@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bob
      Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2011 8:30 PM
      To: EC_EmComm@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [EC_EmComm] Start Preparing NOW!

       

       

      All Radio Operators,

      Over the next two days:

      1)      Check all alternate power sources and make sure they are fully charged.

      2)      Insure all battery operated light sources are functioning.

      3)      Test your radios. Put in those frequencies and repeater parameters you have intended to.

      4)      Be sure your HT's are fully charged.

      5)      Consider taking down antennas with higher wind resistance, rather than losing them in high winds.

      6)      Test your sump pump if you have one.

      7)      Secure outdoor furniture.

      8)      Put aside some dry goods.

      9)      As the storm approaches watch this site and your email for activations and status announcements.

      10)   Watch the TV and internet weather reports.

      11)   Touch base with your local EC.

      12)   When the storm begins (if you haven't already) turn on your radio and monitor WA2JSB 146.415 for alerts or nets.

      These are some ideas that you may have already thought of. You probably have more ideas of your own. Please point them out on this forum. It's not just for "official" announcements. It is also here for your discussions. Don't be shy.

      Bob Crifasi KC2RFC CEC

    • Mark A. Curcio
      Governor Christy has declared a state of emergency. Fyi Sent from my Samsung Captivate(tm) on AT&T
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 25, 2011
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        Governor Christy has declared a state of emergency.
        Fyi

        Sent from my Samsung Captivate(tm) on AT&T

        Bob <CrifasiRF@...> wrote:

        >
        >All Radio Operators,
        >
        >Over the next two days:
        >
        >1) Check all alternate power sources and make sure they are fully
        >charged.
        >
        >2) Insure all battery operated light sources are functioning.
        >
        >3) Test your radios. Put in those frequencies and repeater
        >parameters you have intended to.
        >
        >4) Be sure your HT's are fully charged.
        >
        >5) Consider taking down antennas with higher wind resistance,
        >rather than losing them in high winds.
        >
        >6) Test your sump pump if you have one.
        >
        >7) Secure outdoor furniture.
        >
        >8) Put aside some dry goods.
        >
        >9) As the storm approaches watch this site and your email for
        >activations and status announcements.
        >
        >10) Watch the TV and internet weather reports.
        >
        >11) Touch base with your local EC.
        >
        >12) When the storm begins (if you haven't already) turn on your
        >radio and monitor WA2JSB 146.415 for alerts or nets.
        >
        >These are some ideas that you may have already thought of. You probably
        >have more ideas of your own. Please point them out on this forum.
        >It's not just for "official" announcements. It is also here
        >for your discussions. Don't be shy.
        >
        >Bob Crifasi KC2RFC CEC
        >
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