Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Amateur Radio 10th Anniversary Of 9-11-01: Special Event Station Listing


Shortwave America is proud to present to you the list of special event stations operating on the amateur radio bands in remembrance of the 10th anniversary of 9-11-01.

Before we get to the list, this publication wishes to express gratitude beyond words for our United States Armed Services members, Police Officers, Firemen, Paramedics,  Emergency Management workers, and those in the private sector who served that day in a Public Safety capacity. Whether or not you are full time, auxillary, paid or volunteer. You all mean a lot to the citizens of the U.S.!!

Whether in time of peace or war, you are valuable and you are remembered each and every day. The families who have lost loved ones on that day are just as valuable, and YOU are remembered!! May this upcoming day of remembrance, and mourning serve to unite our communities even in the face of national hardship.

Without further waiting, here is the list of special event amateur radio stations celebrating the 10th anniversary of 9-11-01:

The Pentagon Amateur Radio Club, K4AF, will be on the air 7 AM-9 PM Saturday, September 10 (1100-0100 UTC, Saturday, September 10 through Sunday, September 11). This is in remembrance of American Airlines Flight 77. More information at the Pentagon Amateur Radio club website.

The Blair Amateur Radio Society, W3PN, will be operating N3U/FLT93 from September 8-15 in memoriam of United Flight 93 that crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Dedicated to United Airlines Flight 93.

The Northeast Wireless Radio Club, N2WC, will be on the air Sunday, September 11 from 12 noon until 6 PM EDT (1700-2300 UTC).

Kings County Repeater Association, KC2RA, will be on the air 9 AM-5 PM EDT (1300-2100 UTC) on Saturday, September 10. Look for KC2RA on 7.250 and 14.295 MHz, as well as EchoLink node 132967 (KC2LEB-R) and the KC2RA repeater at 146.430 (CTCSS 136.5).

The Symbol Technologies Amateur Radio Club, W2SBL, will be on the air September 10-11 on the following frequencies: 3.911, 7.240, 14.070 and 50.135 MHz, as well as D-STAR REF10C. STARC members will read the name of a person killed in the attacks with every QSO.

Check The ARRL Tenth Anniversary Of 9-11 Article for QSL and other information. You can also see the ARRL Special Events Calendar.


1 comment:

VE3WDM said...

Thanks very much for the above links I will be trying to work some of them this afternoon and early evening. Also great blog I just installed the receiving module in my Elecraft K3 and will be getting back into short wave listening again.