Mission 42 is a success!Posted: October 19, 2022 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
A big thanks to all those that participated. If you made a contact with a skydiver, please let us know by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This way we can send you your QSL card. Give us a couple weeks to complete this task.
We’ll be on a break until Spring, however there may be some prompto radio jumps now and then. If that occurs, we’ll be sure to post that on the website and on our Facebook page so check back now and then.
Mission 39 is a GO!Posted: October 15, 2022 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Look for updates here on the webpage or on Faecbook starting around 9:30a.m. or earlier. We’ll also make QSTs on the W6CX (Mount Diablo) repeater at 147.060+100
Mission 42 Log-Of-The-DayPosted: October 15, 2022 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
1500 – Michael Gregg, KF6WRW, is safely on the ground. YAY! That’s a wrap! Due to the winds picking up, we will not be able to do any additional jumps. Thanks for your participation and support! 73! ~Steve K6WW
1352 – Michael Gregg, KF6WRW, is on board and on his way up for a VHF jump on 147.57. He should be out in approximately 15-20 min.
1330 – Rob, KC6TYD, is safely on the ground! YAY!
1318 – Rob, KC6TYD, is out of the plane and under canopy.
1300 – Rob, KC6TYD, is on the plane and on his way up. HF – 14.289. Should be out in about 20 min.
1250 – 12:50pm – Next jump will be Rob, KC6TYD, on HF 14. 289. Time is TBD.
1210 – Mark is safely on the ground. Got good video. YAY! Next jump mode and time…TBD.
1113 – AF6IM, Mark, on board and on his way up. Zoom link is: https://coupa.zoom.us/j/99411979956
0745 – Good morning everyone. It’s cold at the DZ! Brrrrr. Where is my coffee? At the moment our video crew is setting all their equipment and putting up antennas. Check back later for more updates.