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  • 09/03/2008 | Division and Section ARRL Leadership Prepared for Gustav

    During a Sunday evening conference call among ARRL leadership volunteers in the Delta, West Gulf and Southeastern Divisions and several members of the ARRL staff, Mississippi Section Manager Malcolm Keown, W5XX, reported: "We're as ready as we're eve
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  • 09/03/2008 | As Gustav Pounds Louisiana, Local and Area Hams are Ready

    As Hurricane Gustav roared through Louisiana, ARRL Division, Section and public information volunteers in and around the area impacted by the Category 2 hurricane, reported that they were preparing to deploy themselves and other volunteers to strategic lo
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    06/26/2008 | Philadelphia Area Hams Nail Rogue Radio Signals

    When residents of a Philadelphia suburb complained to an area television station about how their remote car door entry devices wouldn't work in the parking lot of a local department store, an investigative reporter for NBC-10 (WCAU) called everyone she co
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    06/13/2008 | Hams on Hand as Floods Sweep across Midwest US

    When severe thunderstorms started to threaten the Midwestern United States with tornadoes, hail, severe lightning and rain starting on June 4, state agencies were quick to call on Amateur Radio operators for assistance.
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    06/05/2008 | National Hurricane Center Director Joins WX4NHC Annual Test

    On Saturday, May 31, WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center (NHC), held their annual Communications Test from 1300-2100 UTC. According to WX4NHC Assistant Coordinator Julio Ripoll, WD4R, this annual test has two purposes: To ve
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  • 05/22/2008 | ARRL Introduces "Fifth Pillar" at Dayton Hamvention®

    On Saturday, May 17 at the Dayton Hamvention, ARRL President Joel Harrison, W5ZN, plans to announce that the League will expand its identity program to include greater emphasis on technology. Harrison explained that "Ham radio operators, and particul
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