Seattle ACS in conjunction with Oregon ACES, will be presenting the two day Basic ACES course on February 18 and 19 at South Seattle College, Olympic Hall, Room 100.
This is an excellent basic emergency communicator course for amateur radio operators, and Seattle ACS has decided to make this a mandatory class for new ACS members. We are qualifying a number of people as instructors in this course, and will be offering it once or twice a year going forward to ensure all ACS members have an opportunity to take the class.
For further information, and to register for the class, please visit www.oregonaces.org
Thank you all for your service in support of our community this year. We look forward to working together to meet the challenges of the new year – thank you for being a part of the Seattle Office of Emergency Management and Seattle ACS
—The ACS Leadership Team
Thanks to ACS’s Tech Committee members and Seattle’s Radio Shop staff, We were able to upgrade a couple of our repeater stations.
On the left is a picture of Carl, (N7KUW), finalizing the installation of the new antennae installed at Capitol Hill 1 Repeater site on the Group Health Facility last month.
The picture on the right is of the new-and-improved repeater tower just installed at our Magnolia site. Thanks to the work of the City’s Radio Shop, and technical support from ACS members Frank, (K7RSD), Jeff (WB7AHT) and Tom, (N7OEP), It now has a newer and taller tower, new cabling and equipment, and a new cabinet to safely house everything! – Thanks to everyone who contributed to these projects!