Emergency Coordinator (EC)
Henry G. (“Hank”) Grilk WA2CCN firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Rig: Kenwood TS-990s with companion SP-990 SPKR, & MC-60 MIC; Antennas for HF are Butternut HF-2V (80 & 40 with coils for 30 & 160) and 8 element Tennadyne T8 log periodic on TRIEX WT-51 crank-up 51′ tower, 40 Meter Rotatable Dipole, and for 75/80 Meters, a “Half-Log-Cell antenna in an inverted “V” configuration. Down East Microwave 2 Meter Transverter, Mirage 100W output 2M brick and dual 8-element 2M beam (8-Horizontal + 8-Verticle). Yaesu FT-1900 on 2M FM.
Back-up and Field Day Rig: Kenwood TS-870 with companion Kenwood PS & SPKR, IC-211 for 2M All Mode
Back-Back-Up: Kenwood TS0-440SAT with Kenwood PS & SPKR
Classic Rig: National NC-303 Reveiver, Johnson Viking Valient (AM/CW) and Viking Pacemaker (SSB/Phasing) Transmitters, 250W Matchbox, Viking 6N2 Transmitter; D-104 Mic; Vibroplex bug
* Music – Vocal (Tenor) & Instrumental (Alto, Tenor, & Bari Sax, Trumpet, Baritone Horn, Euphonium, Tuba, Hand Bells, etc.) – Love BIG BAND / SWING(!) and have a big swing band * Deer Hunting – Bow & Arrow, Muzzleloader, Shotgun, & Rifle * Classic Cars – ’66 Corvette Sting Ray 327/350HP 4-spd Roadster, ’70 ‘Cuda 440-6pack 4-spd convert. * Golf
Retired from a career in Electronics & Mechanical Engineering… occasional Engineering Consulting and Expert Witness investigations & testimony
Assistant Emergency Coordinator (AEC)
Lee (Leeman) Glassman KC3LEE email@example.com
Current Rigs: Yaesu FT-991A for HF & Digital, CS800d VHF/UHF DMR, Alinco dr635 VHF/UHF, Anytone AT868 Portables x2, //xpr-6550 VHF, 24/7 Generator/UPS Backup, 70′ Antenna tower with UHF/VHF/Scanner antennas. Soon to be adding a truly KILLER HF antenna setup.
Former NY Firefighter/Paramedic/Dispatcher, as well as Helicopter Paramedic/Neonatal Care air transport specialist for Stony Brook University Hospital. Currently Licensed as a PA EMT and life member of the Lake Ariel Fire Company. Held positions of Secretary, Vice President, President, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant, Captain, Assistant Chief and Chief of Department. In addition to Medical & FF Training, holds certifications in FEMA 100, 200, 700, 800, 120, 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 244 as well as SKYWARN.
Net control operator for the Pennsylvania DMR weekly check-in net on TG 3142, PA Statewide (Tuesdays @ 8pm local)
*Owner of Backdraft Sportsbar & Grill in Lake Ariel PA
*Music- Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion.
*AVID Camper – 42′ Monaco Motorhome (of course full ECOMM capable with highspeed Internet connected DMR Hotspot & Satellite) Spend all summer @ Secluded Acres CG. Only 3 miles from house & 2.5 miles from business, but, hey. Lakefront camping at its finest)
*Commercial/Amateur radio programming
*Web development/Network and Systems Engineering
Assistant Emergency Coordinator (AEC)
K0PB (Pocono) Bob Burgert II
Greetings! from an early teen ham in 1963 as WN0FLD, then WA0FLD. In Vietnam Era was KR6LP/AB2LP and worked Army MARS from AB9USA and AB2USA.
My daughter is Denise, N7LXB and I am very proud of her… she got her General with CW at 11. She can build a quad in the dark!
My best friends are Jerry Bustin, KR7KZ and his family in Kennewick, WA who I met after Jerry’s chopper fell to the ground in Vietnam. No person has been a friend like Jerry!
My interests are: Horseback riding (training now and will be in KC’s American Royal in Decembr), Sea Kayaking, art (drawing and painting), quad helicopter with GoPro, music (Jazz and rock)…I play drums and am learning the tenor sax, mountain biking,hiking, cross-country skiing and ham radio. My main ham radio interests now are QRP, IRLP, EchoLink and CW.
I have moved to Lakewood, Pennsylvania and live in the Poconos in extreme NE Pennsylvania. I was a Quality Engineer at FLIR Systems, Inc. in the Portland area and had to retire early.
My station now is of vintage gear: Collins 32S-3, 75S-3 with 312B-4 (S Line), KWM2-A, 312B-5 VFO, 30L-1 Amp with a Drake MN-2000 tuner. I also use an IC7100 for mobile and an IC7300. I use an Love it and the Heil Gold Elite microphone that Jerry gave me.