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I have been licensed since 1998, and finally obtained the perfect vanity call W4JMF last year. I enjoy D-Star, DMR, Allstar, and I own an Echolink Conference server *THEGUILD* Node 679320. I am also the President of World Wide Amateur Radio Guild Inc, which is a virtual amateur radio club with nearly 500 members from all over the world. This group primarily serves to provide education, training, and fellowship to both licensed and non licensed individuals. Previously, I have also served in another county as Assistant Emergency Coordinator, Public Information Officer, and club president.
Moving forward, I will begin doing research and planning in the next several days. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Jason Ford, W4JMF
TARS needs volunteers to answer to the call to provide communications support and safety oversight to the Tallahassee Marathon on Sunday, February 5th. If you have participated before and would like the same checkpoint, please let John Pantoja, KM4FAM, know. If you are unable to participate the entire time he can make provisions for you. You can work a full or part day shift in either the morning or mid-morning-to-afternoon slots (and check in on the air.) The first portion of the course will be shut down starting around 10:30 a.m. In addition to the normal checkpoints, there is a need for NCS, SAG wagon and a liaison for Medics.