Radio buffs stay ready for emergencies.
From the September, 2017 issue
Over twenty-four hours in June, more than 100 local amateur radio operators made contact with more than 2,000 other "hams" around the country. "By honing these skills, we are prepared if the Internet is not available," explains Dan Romanchik, who teaches basic licensure classes. Many students, he says, "are Community Emergency Response Team members or want to do
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