On February 18, at 0100 UTC (the evening of Thursday, February 17, in North American time zones), the US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) will host a Zoom call to discuss amateur radio and AUXCOM support to the US Department of Defense.
During this presentation, the NETCOM representative will discuss:
- the authorities for these operations
- upcoming DOD exercise opportunities for 2022, where outreach to the amateur radio/AUXCOM community will be a primary training objective
- use of the five 60-meter channels
- the concept for the types of amateur/AUXCOM outreach.
There will be an opportunity for Q&A throughout the presentation.
Use this Zoom link to attend. The meeting ID is 837 8115 4615, and the pass code is 670665. Dial in by location: (346) 248-7799 (Houston); (669) 900-6833 (San Jose); (253) 215-8782 (Tacoma); (929) 205-6099 (New York); (301) 715-8592 (Washington, DC), and (312) 626-6799 (Chicago).
One-tap mobile: +13462487799,,83781154615#,,,,*670665# US (Houston); +16699006833,,83781154615#,,,,*670665# US (San Jose)
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