Amateur Radio and ARES announcements accepted. Check-ins from all amateurs accepted. EMCOMM Training encouraged. Comments from all stations on the roster when requested.
Wednesday 20:00 hours DSTAR Net on 145.380 DV Please enable gateway mode.
* A complete multi-bank “Go-Kit” that was used to support the Marine Corps Marathon, including an ID-1
* A Buddipole Kit
* A tri-mode Comet GP-98 antenna
* Military (poles) antenna mast sections
* Harbor Freight solar panel system
* 65AH 12V battery in a battery carrying case – this is kept in the bed of my truck with my battery bank for maintaining charg* 65AH 12V battery in a battery carrying case – this is kept in the bed of my truck with my battery bank for maintaining charge
Charles Watson, EdD. K4NMO, obtained his general license while a member of the Alexandria’s Radio Club in 2003. He became interested in amateur radio public service, he built an emergency all band remote radio station that can be powered by batteries, solar or AC. He has operated the mobile station to support Marine Corp marathon’s Echo medica station. Because of increasing demands on his time, he recently donated his all band remote station with accessories to the Alexandria Radio Club hoping to
benefit the Club’s missions and capabilities.
Chuck, who works at MITRE corporation, obtained his doctorate from the George Washington University studying the interrelationships among police officers and how members of police organizations develop trust.
He began his career as a deputy sheriff in Lyon County, Kansas; Shawnee County, Kansas; and also worked in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Presently he is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University ethics for information technology
managers and is the deputy chair of Fairfax County Virginia’s Industrial Development Authority.
Alexandria Radio Club, Inc.
PO Box 30721
Alexandria, VA 22310-8721