PUBLIC SERVICE

ACTIVITY REPORT

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About This Form

Amateur Radio donates thousands of man hours of supplementary public service communications in civil emergencies, official drills and events such as parades and marathons each year. Such events show Amateur Radio in its best light, and it is critically important that ARRL bring documentation of this public service work to the attention of the Congress, the FCC and other public officials. Your information below is an important addition to the record. Please complete and return this form to the Public Service Branch at ARRL Headquarters. Thank you.

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1. Nature of activity (Check one).

Communications Emergency. Amateurs supplied communications required to replace or supplement normal communications means.

Alert. Amateurs were deployed for emergency communications, but emergency situation did not develop.

Special exercise. Amateurs supplied communications for a parade, race, etc.

X       Test or drill. A training activity in which amateurs participated.

2. Brief description of activity: Participation in Airport Disaster Drill -- Multi-agency.

3. Places or areas involved: Kodiak State Airport, Kodiak, Alaska

4. Number of amateurs participating: 5

5. Event start date/time: 16 Sep 98/1000L              6. Event end date/time: 16 Sep 98/1300L

7. Duration of event (hours): 3.0                              8. Total man-hours: 15

9. Number of repeaters used: 1

10. Estimated manpower cost: $150 (man-hours times $10/hr)

11. Estimated cost of equipment used: $5,250 (hand-helds, repeaters, etc.)

12. Total estimated cost of service: $5,400 (add amounts from lines 10 and 11)

13. Nets and/or frequencies used (including repeater call signs): 146.52 Simplex

14. Number of messages handled: 43

15. Names of agencies receiving communications support: Alaska State Department of Transportation, Alaska State Troopers, USCG Fire & Medical, City Fire & Medical, Local Hospitals, USCG Air Station, USCG Security.

16. Please list call signs of amateurs who were major participants: WL7EM, KL7JBV, WL7BB, AL7MR, AL7LQ

17. Other comments: ARES members set up and maintained a packet link from the simulated crash to the EOC (located at the USCG Fire House). ARES also established and maintained a "live" video link (Ham TV, video only) from the simulated crash site to a big-screen TV located in the EOC (Base Fire House).

Please attach photos of amateurs in action, newspaper clippings or other data.

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Name of Amateur Radio organization providing service: Kodiak Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Location of organization: City or town: Kodiak                State: AK

Your name: Michael F. Dolph                                    Call sign: KL7JBV

Address: 811 Willow Street, Kodiak, AK 99615

ARRL appointment, if any: ASM, EC            e-mail address: mike_dolph@ak-prepared.com

Telephone:  (907) 486-5833     (907) 486-5833
                            (days)                  (evenings)

I attest that the information provided above is complete and true to the best of my knowledge.


Michael F. Dolph, KL7JBV                                                                         26 Nov 98