Dayton HF Pack Milspec Nets

The HF pack gang will be out in force from the flea market area bunkers and from command points indoors and in their jeeps and tanks from the parking lot

I’ll have my ft-817 with the 17m and 6m whips if not my NATO radio on 6m fm. Hopefully I can find a Clansman radio in the fleamarket area

These frequencies will be monitored throughout the event:

3885am, 5357usb, 18157.5usb, 51.0fm, 144.3fm(151.4cps)

== 12:00 Noon AM MILITARY RADIO NET ==
Freq: 3885 kHz AM. Open to all radios and operators. You will hear many military radios, dating from 1942-2000 on this net.
After check-ins, meet at Flea Market space 7637
for pictures and views of some of the radios used
in the net. Joe WA4VAG Net Control.

== 1:15pm HFpack/Milpack PORTABLE/PEDESTRIAN MOBILE NET ==
Freq: 18157.5 kHz USB.
Operators are on the air, walking in the Flea Market
area at Dayton for this annual HFpack Portable
Pedestrian Mobile Net. DX check-ins will also be collected propagation permitting. [17:15 UTC – 18:00 UTC]
Dennis KB0SFP Net Control. After the net we’ll figure out where to rendezvous for pictures and chatting.

== 2:30 pm COLD WAR NET ==
51.0 MHz FM voice
Open to all radios and operators. You will hear
Military FM sets of all types from the Cold War
period 1945-2000. Wideband or narrow-band FM is OK.
After the net, meet at Flea Market space 7741 for
pictures and to show off radios used in the net.
John K9WT is Net Control.

For more information email:
spike dot dennis at yahoo dot com

Dennis Starks
Military-Radio-Guy
KBØSFP
HFpack/Milpack, Monitor all: 3996usb, 5357usb, 7296usb, 14342.5usb, 18157.5usb, 29.4fm, 51.0fmb

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