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Lane County Search and Rescue of Springfiel d, Oregon The Lane County Sheriff's Search and Rescue program SAR responds to lost, injured or missing people that are in need of rescue and can include the recovery of deceased subjects as well as aircraft related beacon searches. They also support logistics, assist with disaster response, including recovery from natural or technological danger and they support criminal investigations with evidence searches. They start them out young in Lane County with the SAR Explorer Post which consists of young men and women as young as 14 years of age up to 20 years old. The Explorers can be called upon at any time, day or night, to search for a missing person or to serve in base camp operations support.
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The club was established to foster emergency preparedness in our communities and to promote and advocate amateur radio through education, mentoring, and fellowship. The club supports repeater facilities on Herman Peak, located north of Florence, and at the Glenada Translator site. Amateur radio communications are relayed up and down the coast and into the Willamette Valley from these locations. The club also has an EchoLink node connected to the Herman Peak site.
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History[ edit ] Central Oregon residents were without favorable daytime medium wave broadcast reception before KBND, Bend's first commercial radio station, began serving the region December 19, Studio and offices were located in downtown Bend at the Pilot Butte Inn and were enlarged in at which time a United Press wire service printer was installed. Studios, connected by phone line to the transmitter, remained in the Pilot Butte Inn basement until December 30, when facilities at the Coble Building two blocks away were occupied. In , daytime power was increased to 10, watts.
It was in pretty rough shape see below , but I really hate to throw these things away, so, I posted this story to the CWOps mailing list, and asked if anyone thought it would be worth trying to restore. Jim, N4TMM, replied that he had just acquired and restored a similar key, and told me the story of how he did it. He added: Here is another thought. I have a bunch of old electronics on shelves here waiting for me to get around to them.
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