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Personnel Protective Equipment while operating Amateur Radios

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KB7QPS, Jan 14, 2020.

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  1. N1VAU

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    A flask of Jack Daniels
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  2. VK4HAT

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    OUCH. That was a little harsh. Isnt the last sentence just qrz on a good day?
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  3. K3XR

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    This seems to help with my radio/pacemaker issues.
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  4. K6CPO

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    It's entirely possible their served agency requires them to wear the vests so they know who they are.

    Obviously a posed picture, but again, maybe the Red Cross requires them to wear hard hats. You don't know unless you're there.
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  5. KL7AJ

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    Chain mail jockstrap
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  6. WZ7U

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    For its faraday properties, no doubt.
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  7. WD0BCT

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    Hey that's not just for lightning strikes! That's shielding your brain from the harmful effects of RF energy! Remember....a brain is a terrible thing to baste.
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  8. KE8IWM

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    I wear the orange vest only when required by race sanctioning bodies. It really doesn't do anything for my complexion
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  9. W0AEW

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    Armadillo hat. Really?
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  10. KV6O

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    Most EOC's will have vests for identifying roles/function, like "ESF 2" which is communications. None of the vests I have seen are hi-viz type - they are usually beige or similar.

    Why anyone would need a hi-viz vest while sitting in a room, inside a building, is beyond me.
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