The 12th Annual SKYWARN Recognition Day (SRD) Special Event will take place Saturday, December 4, 2010. SRD is co-sponsored by the ARRL and the National Weather Service (NWS) as a way to recognize the commitment made by Amateur Radio operators in helping to keep their communities safe. During SRD, Amateur Radio operators can visit their local participating NWS office
, working as a team to contact other hams across the world throughout the 24 hour event.
For more information on the SKYWARN Recognition Day Event please visit the ARRL Website
Click Here for a slideshow of the 2009 SRD Special Event at Amarillo!
Raymond Winter, W5RAW, has volunteered to bring in an operating station and logging software. We need an antenna or two–we might know someone with a very nice tower trailer!
Also, we need operator pairs (loggers and operators) who can work in shifts to cover a 24-hour period. Terra and I will take the early, early, early morning shift (0400-0800) unless someone else wants it!
N5LUL Logging at left, and WD5FOI on the microphone
This year the Amarillo NWS will design and print the QSL cards for us.
To volunteer to help out with the Amarillo SKYWARN Recognition Day Special Event, please contact:
Chris Seright, KE5ZRT
Send me some mail!
or call 806 231-4227
or Twitter: @chris_seright
Extra Class Amateur (Ham) Radio Operator, VE, SKYWARN Storm Spotter, ARES Volunteer, TSA Security Officer, Full-time RV dweller (Amarillo TX for now), webmaster www.PanhandleARES.org
, Married to ke5zru!