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      zeerf
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        First off if you are not familar with AmRRON I would strongly suggest you check it out. The sent out a new SOI

        Email below:

        
        Date: Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 1:58 AM
        Subject: Hurricane Irma
        To:
        
        AmRRON Corps,
        
           A special thanks is in order to the guys in North Carolina, and
        especially [code name] Cornbread, for putting together the Eastern
        Division Hurricane watch SOI.
        
           If/when Hurricane Irma (currently Category 5) approaches and makes
        landfall on Florida, we will be implementing the attached SOI in PDF.
        It is also 508 compliant for the visually impaired.   In addition, we
        will be monitoring 20m voice and digital frequencies.  Much of the
        coordination can take place on the Eastern Regional Z-Net (Zello)
        channel. At that time we will make adjustments to the SOI as the
        situation calls for it.  Unlike the hurricane two weeks ago, we will be
        posting SITREPs and STATREPs to AmRRON.com to help share with the rest
        of the network.  Of course, all reports will be sanitized of
        personally-identifying information.
        
           More specific details will be announced over the next 24 to 48 hours
        regarding NCSs and specific roles, as operators become available.
        
        If you are in an impacted area, please get your county STATREP out as
        soon as you are able to restore your station, repair antennas, etc.  If
        you have an emergency please announce it and give us as much information
        as possible so we can rapidly begin the process of coordinating
        assistance for you.
        
        IF YOU ARE IN FLORIDA (or other evacuation area) and need a place to
        take refuge to the north and/or west, there are several operators in GA,
        SC, TN, and elsewhere who are offering to host AmRRON operators and do
        not have a place to go.  Expect hotels to be completely full in the next
        48 hours.  Either call out on the Z-Net, or email me directly and I will
        track someone down in the state or area you are planning to head.
        
        Godspeed, and be safe everyone.
        
        73,
        
        -JJS
        

        From the AmRRON Eastern Region Hurricane Watch SOI.pdf (hopefully attached if I did this all correct as formatting is not the best here)

        Copy and paste from PDF:

        1st Cycle Late Night

        0300 ZULU
        2300 EDT
        2200 EST
        Eastern Voice on 7.242 LSB
        0330 ZULU
        2330 EDT
        2230 EST
        Eastern Digital on 7.110 USB 1200 Contestia 4/250

        2nd Cycle Early Morning

        0900 ZULU
        0500 EDT
        0400 EST
        Eastern Voice on 7.242 LSB
        0930 ZULU
        0500 EDT
        0400 EST
        Eastern Digital on 7.110 USB 1200 Contestia 4/250

        3rd Cycle Late Morning

        1500 ZULU
        1100 EDT
        1000 EST
        Eastern Voice on 7.242 LSB

        1530 ZULU
        1130 EDT
        1030 EST
        Eastern Digital on 7.110 USB 1200 Contestia 4/250

        4th Cycle Late Afternoon

        2100 ZULU
        1700 EDT
        1600 EST

        Eastern Voice on 7.242 LSB
        2130 ZULU
        1730 EDT
        1630 EST

        Eastern Digital on 7.110 USB 1200 Contestia 4/250
        Alternate Frequencies if 40m is too long or unusable: Eastern Voice on 3.818 LSB
        Eastern Digital on 3.588 USB 1200 Contestia 4/250
        EDT = Eastern Daylight Savings Time (ZULU – 4 hours) EST = Eastern Standard Time (ZULU – 5 hours)

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