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Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Congratulations to Mac McCormick-KF4LMT for being voted the 2011 Coastal Amateur Radio Society's "Amateur of the Year".
|Mac, KF4LMT at the radio operator table|
Here is a nice summary of our activities today on my cohort, Mac McCormick’s blog.
|Looking forward into the radio compartment|
|Yours truly, K4GTM taking my turn at the mic|
|We got a total of 89 stations in the log today!|
|Took the glass faceplate off the tuning dial to troubleshoot lamp problem|
|Greg doing some measurements (don't let his wife see this pic!)|
|The museum is a popular venue for weddings. She could be a model for some new nose art!|
Sunday, December 4, 2011
A firing party from the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade did a 21 Gun Salute followed by the playing of Taps by a 3rd Infantry Division bugler. The local Navy League chapter and Fleet Reserve Association does a great job planning and executing this event each year.
Enjoyed seeing my good friends and fellow amateur radio operators Mac McCormick Jr, AF4KL, his wife Irene, KF4RFF, and Mac McCormick III, KF4LMT. Mac Jr. is a retired Navy chief and a member of the Fleet Reserve Association.
|Some of the crowd before the ceremony|
|World War II veterans recognized|
|Capt. Joseph Creed of the USS Normandy|
|Soldiers of the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade|
|USS Normandy CG-60 docked at the Port of Savannah|
(photo courtesy of Mac McCormick III)