The Amateur Radio Operators Preparing for the Worst

There’s a sense of urgency in the air at a Virginia nuclear power plant. Everything within at least a five-mile radius is at immediate risk due to a critical meltdown. One of the emergency responders opens the envelope she’s holding, Read More …

The clubhouse is fine after Hurricane Matthew

Drove out to check on the clubhouse this afternoon. The building has power and from what I could tell, the water never reached the building itself unless it did towards the back along the dock. Inside the shack is fine. Read More …

City of Portsmouth opens emergency shelter 

The City of Portsmouth has opened a short-term emergency shelter for residents at I.C.Norcom High School, 1801 London Blvd.  If residents choose to go to the shelter, they should bring: — Bedding items (including pillows, blankets, sleeping bags, etc.) — Read More …

Hurricane Watch Net Activation

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED The Hurricane Watch Net will be activating today @ 5:00 PM EDT – 2100 UTC on our primary net frequency …of 14.325 MHz. Once activated, the net will remain in continuous operation until further notice. We plan to Read More …