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ACS – Behind the Scenes

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Auxiliary Communication Service Hams operate 2nd location in north Seattle

ACS, the Ham radio volunteer response team of the city’s Emergency Response Center (EOC) used their newest location in the January “Fifth Saturday” drill. The drill is an event when cities and other emergency response organizations practice sending messages to the Washington State EOC.  The drill was also an opportunity to see how many people could squeeze into the tiny space to work the 3 operator stations, which are set up to control 7 radios all on different frequencies and functions.

 

 

ACS North Seattle College Station, 3 man operation

ACS North Seattle College Station, 3 man operation

ACS North Seattle College Station, full crew

ACS North Seattle College Station, full crew

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