Mission 28 completed!Posted: August 27, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
There were a lot of firsts with Mission 28 but our jumpers and ground crew took the challenge and what it success it was. For starters, we were at a new Drop Zone. A big thanks to Skydive California for hosting our us. We were able to proved live video on three out of the for jumps, however, there was some technical issues on jump 3. The biggest success for the crew was our HF jump. We will be going through the log soon but sounds like there was a Florida contact! Thank you all who participated. Be patient, we’ll got the QSL cards out soon. Please be sure to email Rob at firstname.lastname@example.org if you made a contact.
Mission 28!!!Posted: August 13, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Mission 28 is scheduled to take place August 26, 2017. Make a contact with a skydiver and receive a one of a kind QSL card.
We will be at a new location for this Mission. The Drop Zone is Skydive California in Tracy. 25001 S Kasson Rd. https://skydivecal.com/. Come on by and visit if you like.
We hope to have our first jump soon after 10:00 A.M. The jump payload schedule is quite full.
FM QSO: 146.430 MHz
HF QSO: 14.250 MHz
D-Star: Ref014C (locally, W6CX 145.000 +, West Cost Reflector)
APRS: Track the individual skydivers by call sign; AF6IM, KC6TYD, W7BIG
Streaming video: Several point of views will be available including air-to-ground. Log into: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/mfwright
Parachute Mobile will be acting as Net Control atop Mt Diablo. ETJs (estimated time of jump) will be announced periodically as will as other mission specific information. Updates will also be made on the W6CX repeater at 147.060 +100. Not in repeater range? No problem. Updates will be made here on the website and on our Facebook page.
We make every effort to record your QSO. To ensure that you receive your QSL card please email KC6TYD@gmail.com indicating which jumper, the jump number, and the time you made your contact.
As always, we do not have control over Drop Zone, aircraft, and the weather, so this event is subject to delay or cancellation.