[aprssig] Ham Radio Response and Comm Vans? (lots)

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Wed May 4 16:01:35 CDT 2016

Never mind.  Google is full of them.  The hard part is picking one to tell
all about their use in a nutshell.

Bob, WB4aPR

Dayton van: http://www.w8bi.org/index.php/the-news

Rural Iowa:  http://www.w0oel.com/communications-vehicle/

California Video van: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3RULLHVyCY

Hub City: http://www.w0abr.com/archived-photos/emergency-communication-van

Toledo: http://www.newslincolncounty.com/archives/86127

Idaho club, pix only: http://lcaresnv.org

Foudulac: http://fdlhams.org/emergency-services/

And their excellent manual:

Oklahoma page and pix: http://www.qsl.net/aaara/

Itidarod: http://mtprof.msun.edu/Spr2005/haminak.html

Dallas, scroll half way…: http://www.w5fc.org/

Supportign a run: http://www.aresracescentrecountypa.com/?p=286

Sabine Valley TX, short art:

*From:* Robert Bruninga [mailto:bruninga at usna.edu]
*Sent:* Wednesday, May 04, 2016 4:17 PM
*To:* aprssig at tapr.org
*Cc:* bruninga at usna.edu
*Subject:* Ham Radio Response and Comm Vans?

Does anyone have any good links to a good Ham Radio Disaster response van?

The IEEE is putting together one and so far, it has no Ham radio
involvement.  Just a single satellite phone.

I want to be able to show them (with a link to someone else’s existing Comm
van) what is possible with nothing more than simple involvement of local
amateur radio clubs and/or operators.


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