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    05/02/2011 | Georgia Hams Hasten to Help During Storms

    Hams in Paulding County -- located in Georgia’s northwestern corner -- activated for the tornadoes and thunderstorms that swept through the South last week. According to Paulding County ARES® Public Information Officer Lee McDaniel WB4QOJ, the County’s Em
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    04/28/2011 | Tornadoes and Thunderstorms Keep Radio Amateurs Busy in Midwest, Southeast

    As violent storms swept through Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and North Carolina, served agencies called upon Amateur Radio operators to help provide communications support and real-time weather observations. The storms and flooding were the latest in th
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    06/08/2009 | Alabama Hams Assist During Statewide Emergency Drill

    During the week of May 4-8, emergency responders and support personnel gathered in Robertsdale, Alabama for a communications interoperability training and full-scale exercise, sponsored by the Alabama Department of Homeland Security (ADHS). Gathering in a
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  • NetControlMacedo

    04/22/2009 | Boston Area Hams Provide Communications Support for Annual Marathon

    More than 250 Amateur Radio operators provided communication support for the 113th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20, also known as Patriots' Day. With more than 26,000 official runners and 500,000 spectators along the 26 mile route, the
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  • 09/19/2008 | Areas not Directly in Storm's Path Also Affected by Ike and Lowell

    While Hurricane Ike, as well as Tropical Storm Lowell, caused severe damage in and around the impact zone of the  Texas Gulf Coast, the storm's aftermath was felt as far north as Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky. Just like their counterparts on
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