Historic ham film now on Google Video

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  1. K3XS

    K3XS Ham Member QRZ Page

    In 1955, The Phil-Mont Mobile Radio Club, an association of mobile amateur radio operators, provided emergency communications during the devastating flood of August, 1955 along the Delaware River and in the Pocono Mountains following Hurricane Diane, the sixth costliest U.S. hurricane of the 20th century...fifty years before Hurricane Katrina.

    In 1959, the club produced the short film "Every Single Minute" to explain amateur radio, and especially mobile communications as practiced by the club.

    (The main film begins after a three minute interview with Jim Spencer, W3BBB (SK), produced by a local cable channel many years later. The entire film runs about 19 minutes.)

    Watch "Every Single Minute" on Google Video

    73 de Maggie K3XS
    Editor, Phil-Mont Mobile Radio Club Blurb - http://www.phil-mont.org
    Elecraft K2 #1641
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