Mission 19 during PacificonPosted: September 27, 2014 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
We are proud to announce that Mission 19 is scheduled for October 11 in conjunction with Pacificon. Make a contact with a skydiver and receive a one-of-a-kind QSL card. Didn’t bring a radio? Report to the GOTA station right outside the door from our table. Come by our table located in the north hallway and check out live streaming video from the Drop Zone and from the air. Follow the action on APRS.
QSTs: will be made on 146.430, W6CX 147.060 + 100, N6NFI 145.230 – 100.
QSO frequency: 146.430 MHz simplex
Video Frequency: 5880 MHz
APRS: Search AF6IM for Jumper 1 and KF6WRW for Jumper 2
Mark, Jumper 1, is planning on using a vintage WW2 HT to make some contacts during this mission. It’s a BC 611 2 vacuum tube radio. The frequency will be 3885 KHz AM. Listen in, or go by our table to find out which jump this will be.
Jumper 2 getting prepped up, Mission 18Posted: September 20, 2014 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Jumper 1’s LandingPosted: September 20, 2014 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Check out Mark’s landing during Mission 18
Mission 18 completedPosted: September 15, 2014 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Another mission completed. Thank you to all those that participated. As soon as we review the audio recordings and get all the call sings logged in, we’ll be working on getting the QSL cards out.
Mission 19 is set for October 11 in conjunction with Pacificon. Come by our table in the North hallway and say hi. From there you can get up dates on scheduled jumps times throughout the day. We will have a GOTA station so that you can make a contact with the jumpers.
Check back soon for updates.