Standard Check-in this week.
Your being deployed to: Walnut Hill, Florida 32568 to support a disaster in the local state park there. You will be providing winlink email traffic to the Florida State EOC. You were told there is no internet there or cell coverage, and you will be working on emergency power. “Prior to leaving for your deployment, what, if any, changes would you make to your Winlink Express configuration to improve your readiness to operate effectively once you arrive in Walnut Hill?”
Put your answer on the second line of your check in message. Include information or changes you may make.
Morning Winmor P2P Session: 0730-0900 3586.000 Khz (dial) 3587.500 Khz (center)
Morning Packet P2P Session: 0730-0900 on 144.990 Mhz
Evening Winmor P2P Session: 1830-2000 on 3586.000Khz (dial) 3587.500 Khz (center)
Evening Packet P2P session: 1830-2000 on 144.990Mhz
WHO: All amateur radio operators
WHAT: Florida Winlink Net
WHEN: Monday, January 22 ,2018 (any time on Monday)
HOW: This net will accept check-ins via Winlink only.
Please do not use a ?Telnet Winlink? connection (which defeats the purpose of Winlink). The goal is to have the message leave your station via RF.
Please remember to use the correct format for check-in, as shown below (check-in message on a SINGLE LINE, over an HF, VHF, UHF and P2P), as shown:
Subject: Florida Winlink Net Check-In
Message: call sign, first name, city or town, county, state (HF or VHF, P2P.)
WD4SEN, Ray, Middleburg, Clay, FL, HF (P2P)
challenge question answer here:
All check-ins will be acknowledged, and a complete list of check-ins will be sent via Winlink to all participants.
**Please Do not request a return receipt**
If cannot access the winlink system or have hardware issues and need support, please drop me a note at: firstname.lastname@example.org include your contact information.
73, Ray WD4SEN