MY HOBBY OF AMATEUR RADIO RELATED

While most web sites are for business and such, since I own this one I decided to allow it to post some of my interest, such as the use of Amateur Radio for my enjoyment as well as the support of my community. On this page you will find things which I do to support the creation and maintenance of a Emergency Communication (EmComm) trailer which will be used where needed in the support of FCC rule Part 97 Subpart E. As all Amateur Radio operators licensed in the United States, the FCC rule for operations is followed at all times. The EmComm is in support of that during a disaster, where safety of life and protection of property, or a station in distress is known. Any and all products listed on this page are for this purpose, the only funds not used for this is the reimbursement of the original acquisition cost. As the local government does not support the use of Amateur Radio in their emergency operations plan or management, this is not eligible as a 501c3 and therefor is being done as a private individuals effort to help those in need. To answer the next question ask by most: Yes, FEMA and TEMA and many other abbreviated local, state, and federal organizations do this. Where they do it the most is where people are most densely populated and the most visibility of how they are their to help can be seen by the news and media. Having volunteered with organizations such the American Red Cross and run a disaster shelter after tornados going through a town, I have seen how the remote communities are some of the last to get such services, if at all. That is the gap in communications I hope to help cover. I hope I am never needed. MORE TO COME…………