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Re: VE Testing Proposal

AD0UK
 

So do you have the 4 candidates already - do we have more that have contacted you?  What is the status of the applicants?


73

Brian
ADØUK


On Fri, May 29, 2020 at 7:38 AM Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes, Tuesday June 16th at 7:00 PM by appointment only. 

Jon Cole

On May 28, 2020, at 9:30 PM, Fred Dittrich <fdittric@...> wrote:

 Jon

I just want to verify that the next test session will be June 16.

Fred


At 09:06 PM 5/28/2020, you wrote:
Ok. We have enough VEs. I am going to sign up four people to take the exam. I’ll send them emails tomorrow to get things going and sort the exam materials over the weekend.

Jon Cole

On May 28, 2020, at 6:09 PM, Big Jon via groups.io <ad0ze=pm.me@groups.io> wrote:


I am in.

Sent from ProtonMail Mobile


On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 14:15, Jon Cole via groups.io < colepls@...> wrote:
Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...


Re: VE Testing Proposal

Jon Cole
 

Yes, Tuesday June 16th at 7:00 PM by appointment only. 

Jon Cole

On May 28, 2020, at 9:30 PM, Fred Dittrich <fdittric@...> wrote:

 Jon

I just want to verify that the next test session will be June 16.

Fred


At 09:06 PM 5/28/2020, you wrote:
Ok. We have enough VEs. I am going to sign up four people to take the exam. I’ll send them emails tomorrow to get things going and sort the exam materials over the weekend.

Jon Cole

On May 28, 2020, at 6:09 PM, Big Jon via groups.io <ad0ze@...> wrote:


I am in.

Sent from ProtonMail Mobile


On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 14:15, Jon Cole via groups.io < colepls@...> wrote:
Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...


Re: VE Testing Proposal

Fred Dittrich
 

Jon

I just want to verify that the next test session will be June 16.

Fred


At 09:06 PM 5/28/2020, you wrote:
Ok. We have enough VEs. I am going to sign up four people to take the exam. I’ll send them emails tomorrow to get things going and sort the exam materials over the weekend.

Jon Cole

On May 28, 2020, at 6:09 PM, Big Jon via groups.io <ad0ze@...> wrote:


I am in.

Sent from ProtonMail Mobile


On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 14:15, Jon Cole via groups.io < colepls@...> wrote:
Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...


Re: VE Testing Proposal

Jon Cole
 

Ok. We have enough VEs. I am going to sign up four people to take the exam. I’ll send them emails tomorrow to get things going and sort the exam materials over the weekend. 

Jon Cole

On May 28, 2020, at 6:09 PM, Big Jon via groups.io <ad0ze@...> wrote:


I am in. 

Sent from ProtonMail Mobile


On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 14:15, Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls@...> wrote:
Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...



Re: VE Testing Proposal

Big Jon
 

I am in. 

Sent from ProtonMail Mobile


On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 14:15, Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls@...> wrote:
Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...



Re: VE Testing Proposal

James Wiles
 

You guys are probably tired of hearing this, but I would like to test. should I make a reservation, show up, hows that working. james KE0ZZA


On May 28, 2020, at 2:15 PM, Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls@...> wrote:


Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...


Re: VE Testing Proposal

Fred Dittrich
 

Jon

I like the outdoor aspect of this protocol. Count me in except in case of tornados.

73

Fred AE0FD



At 02:15 PM 5/28/2020, you wrote:
Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...


VE Testing Proposal

Jon Cole
 

Hello to our VEs,

I am proposing to offer testing this month in the parking lot for my office at 914 N. College Avenue, Columbia, on our usual third Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  This will be an outdoor test session offered by reservation only.  I expect to open it to only three people the first time so that we can work the kinks out.  I am proposing that we offer the tests only if the Boone County Health Department is currently authorizing groups of 10 or more.  If they clamp down on meetings/group sizes, we automatically cancel. 

The test session will be held outdoors for now.  Chris K0PHP has offered to supply a tent and tables and chairs that are easily wiped down, along with suitable spray sanitizer and paper towels.  I will prepare packages for testing ahead of time and safely file/mail the paperwork afterwards.  I will try to bring some bottles of hand sanitizer, but highly recommend that you bring some as well.  Masks will be required for all people attending and disposable gloves are recommended to cut down on seriously drying out the skin on your hands.  There is a dumpster in the parking lot for disposing of used items on-site.

If you are a VE and are willing to participate in a test session based on the previously distributed guidelines and the above addendum, please let me know so that I can contact some of the people in our backlog and set up some appointments.  If you have suggestions, let me know as well.  If this session goes well, we can schedule other dates and times to try to work our way through the backlog of interest.

Thanks!

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison

ColePLS@...


How much time does it take to develop a vaccine?

Fred Dittrich
 

Hi

Why does it take sooo long ??? Watch this short vaccine documentary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcdZQHD4MJE How to Make a COVID-19 Vaccine

73

Fred AE0FD


Re: NASA SpaceX Launch

James Wiles
 

Wow this was so cool I had no idea this was going on, everything looks so modern.


On May 27, 2020, at 3:23 PM, paul watt <pbw65@...> wrote:


The launch was scrubbed due to weather with the next scheduled launch attempt scheduled for Saturday 5/30 at 1422 cdt.  

On May 27, 2020 15:04, paul watt <pbw65@...> wrote:
An FYI for those interested.

There is live coverage of the NASA Space X launch on DTV Nasa channel 352 with liftoff at 1530 cdt


Re: NASA SpaceX Launch

paul watt
 

The launch was scrubbed due to weather with the next scheduled launch attempt scheduled for Saturday 5/30 at 1422 cdt.  

On May 27, 2020 15:04, paul watt <pbw65@...> wrote:
An FYI for those interested.

There is live coverage of the NASA Space X launch on DTV Nasa channel 352 with liftoff at 1530 cdt


NASA SpaceX Launch

paul watt
 

An FYI for those interested.

There is live coverage of the NASA Space X launch on DTV Nasa channel 352 with liftoff at 1530 cdt


Re: Field Day update

Bill McFarland - N0AXZ
 

Got it Paul. More info to come. 

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 1:50 PM paul watt <pbw65@...> wrote:
Bill since I've been licensed this is the first field day that I will be in town for!  Yeehaa count me in. :)
Thanks,
Paul KE0IKG

On May 22, 2020 13:26, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ <billmcfarland10@...> wrote:
Group,

Even though I think we only have seen 3 people respond to the previous call for participation that hadn't decided to operate from home, some FD planning continues:

I talked with the Superintendent at Rock Bridge State Park, and she said as far as they were concerned we could use the park as reserved constrained to the then local restrictions. I believe that currently that would mean one wave length at 144 MHz, (approximately 2 Meters), masks, and no more than 10 in one group. An issue she said we might have is that since they recently opened the park, they have had droves of people out on the weekends and the parking lots were full to running over on Saturdays! Who knows what that might be like on June 27?

So K0PHP has proposed that he bring the KOMU-TV truck equipped with big mast and 6 KW generator. (It needs some exercising). We don't believe we should bring out the trailer. We could put up a couple canopies on either side of the truck and run two stations for K0SI Field Day - 2020. Not enough room to run a station inside the truck.

Anyone wishing to bring their own go-kit and operate some distance from the TV truck would be welcome, and just use your own call sign, TV truck could supply you AC, with your long extension cord.

We could have pizza delivered to the crew, and wrap up about dark.

Comments???

-- 
Bill N0AXZ

--
Bill


Re: Field Day update

Bill McFarland - N0AXZ
 

Ok Richard thanks. More to come about both days. 
Bill

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 2:16 PM Hillman, Richard E. <hillmanr@...> wrote:
My plans have changed mightily with cancellations so I will be here for field day and Red Cross day too.  Let me know if I can help.

Richard AC0MP

On May 22, 2020, at 1:26 PM, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ <billmcfarland10@...> wrote:


Group,

Even though I think we only have seen 3 people respond to the previous call for participation that hadn't decided to operate from home, some FD planning continues:

I talked with the Superintendent at Rock Bridge State Park, and she said as far as they were concerned we could use the park as reserved constrained to the then local restrictions. I believe that currently that would mean one wave length at 144 MHz, (approximately 2 Meters), masks, and no more than 10 in one group. An issue she said we might have is that since they recently opened the park, they have had droves of people out on the weekends and the parking lots were full to running over on Saturdays! Who knows what that might be like on June 27?

So K0PHP has proposed that he bring the KOMU-TV truck equipped with big mast and 6 KW generator. (It needs some exercising). We don't believe we should bring out the trailer. We could put up a couple canopies on either side of the truck and run two stations for K0SI Field Day - 2020. Not enough room to run a station inside the truck.

Anyone wishing to bring their own go-kit and operate some distance from the TV truck would be welcome, and just use your own call sign, TV truck could supply you AC, with your long extension cord.

We could have pizza delivered to the crew, and wrap up about dark.

Comments???

-- 
Bill N0AXZ

--
Bill


Re: Field Day update

Hillman, Richard E.
 

My plans have changed mightily with cancellations so I will be here for field day and Red Cross day too.  Let me know if I can help.

Richard AC0MP

On May 22, 2020, at 1:26 PM, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ <billmcfarland10@...> wrote:


Group,

Even though I think we only have seen 3 people respond to the previous call for participation that hadn't decided to operate from home, some FD planning continues:

I talked with the Superintendent at Rock Bridge State Park, and she said as far as they were concerned we could use the park as reserved constrained to the then local restrictions. I believe that currently that would mean one wave length at 144 MHz, (approximately 2 Meters), masks, and no more than 10 in one group. An issue she said we might have is that since they recently opened the park, they have had droves of people out on the weekends and the parking lots were full to running over on Saturdays! Who knows what that might be like on June 27?

So K0PHP has proposed that he bring the KOMU-TV truck equipped with big mast and 6 KW generator. (It needs some exercising). We don't believe we should bring out the trailer. We could put up a couple canopies on either side of the truck and run two stations for K0SI Field Day - 2020. Not enough room to run a station inside the truck.

Anyone wishing to bring their own go-kit and operate some distance from the TV truck would be welcome, and just use your own call sign, TV truck could supply you AC, with your long extension cord.

We could have pizza delivered to the crew, and wrap up about dark.

Comments???

-- 
Bill N0AXZ


Re: Field Day update

paul watt
 

Bill since I've been licensed this is the first field day that I will be in town for!  Yeehaa count me in. :)
Thanks,
Paul KE0IKG

On May 22, 2020 13:26, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ <billmcfarland10@...> wrote:
Group,

Even though I think we only have seen 3 people respond to the previous call for participation that hadn't decided to operate from home, some FD planning continues:

I talked with the Superintendent at Rock Bridge State Park, and she said as far as they were concerned we could use the park as reserved constrained to the then local restrictions. I believe that currently that would mean one wave length at 144 MHz, (approximately 2 Meters), masks, and no more than 10 in one group. An issue she said we might have is that since they recently opened the park, they have had droves of people out on the weekends and the parking lots were full to running over on Saturdays! Who knows what that might be like on June 27?

So K0PHP has proposed that he bring the KOMU-TV truck equipped with big mast and 6 KW generator. (It needs some exercising). We don't believe we should bring out the trailer. We could put up a couple canopies on either side of the truck and run two stations for K0SI Field Day - 2020. Not enough room to run a station inside the truck.

Anyone wishing to bring their own go-kit and operate some distance from the TV truck would be welcome, and just use your own call sign, TV truck could supply you AC, with your long extension cord.

We could have pizza delivered to the crew, and wrap up about dark.

Comments???

-- 
Bill N0AXZ


Field Day update

Bill McFarland - N0AXZ
 

Group,

Even though I think we only have seen 3 people respond to the previous call for participation that hadn't decided to operate from home, some FD planning continues:

I talked with the Superintendent at Rock Bridge State Park, and she said as far as they were concerned we could use the park as reserved constrained to the then local restrictions. I believe that currently that would mean one wave length at 144 MHz, (approximately 2 Meters), masks, and no more than 10 in one group. An issue she said we might have is that since they recently opened the park, they have had droves of people out on the weekends and the parking lots were full to running over on Saturdays! Who knows what that might be like on June 27?

So K0PHP has proposed that he bring the KOMU-TV truck equipped with big mast and 6 KW generator. (It needs some exercising). We don't believe we should bring out the trailer. We could put up a couple canopies on either side of the truck and run two stations for K0SI Field Day - 2020. Not enough room to run a station inside the truck.

Anyone wishing to bring their own go-kit and operate some distance from the TV truck would be welcome, and just use your own call sign, TV truck could supply you AC, with your long extension cord.

We could have pizza delivered to the crew, and wrap up about dark.

Comments???

-- 
Bill N0AXZ


Two interesting topics on Ham Nation 454 podcast

Fred Dittrich
 

All

See: https://twit.tv/shows/ham-nation/episodes/454?autostart=false

1) There is a group of VE's who are already doing remote license testing today.

2) For the electronic and mechanical engineering geeks, a group of hams under the guidance of an anesthesiologist has designed and submitted to the FDA a $400 ventilator design using parts from car parts stores and home improvement stores. Being more EE's than ME's they modeled the process electronically vs. mechanically.

73

Fred AE0FD


Re: A Suggested VE Test Session in the Age of COVID-19

Chris Swisher
 

Looks good! Corey has a point. For example, car keys and cell phone/electronic devices on the dashboard, only 1 person per vehicle, etc.

On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 8:21 AM Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
My idea is that the runner and VEs can patrol during the exam. 

Jon Cole

On May 20, 2020, at 11:37 PM, Corey <kc0yns@...> wrote:

John, WOW that’s a lot of work. Hopefully it’ll only be necessary for a couple sessions.   Making passengers take a walk keeps the person testing from getting answers,  How are you going to keep Siri from helping? It’s a shame people would go that far to pass an exam.  Good luck John and the VE’s in staying safe while continuing on with testing.      Corey 

Corey Mesenbrink KC0YNS
RRI. Radio Relay International 
Assistant EC for Boone County Mo.
Missouri Traffic Net 3.963
ARRL, ORS, OES, NTS, 




On May 20, 2020, at 10:57 PM, Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:


Hello all,

Give this a read and tell me what you think.  It will take some teamwork to pull off, but I think we are capable of doing this.

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison
<VE-Test-Procedure-In-Coronavirus-Times.docx>


Re: A Suggested VE Test Session in the Age of COVID-19

Jon Cole
 

My idea is that the runner and VEs can patrol during the exam. 

Jon Cole

On May 20, 2020, at 11:37 PM, Corey <kc0yns@...> wrote:

John, WOW that’s a lot of work. Hopefully it’ll only be necessary for a couple sessions.   Making passengers take a walk keeps the person testing from getting answers,  How are you going to keep Siri from helping? It’s a shame people would go that far to pass an exam.  Good luck John and the VE’s in staying safe while continuing on with testing.      Corey 

Corey Mesenbrink KC0YNS
RRI. Radio Relay International 
Assistant EC for Boone County Mo.
Missouri Traffic Net 3.963
ARRL, ORS, OES, NTS, 




On May 20, 2020, at 10:57 PM, Jon Cole via groups.io <colepls@...> wrote:


Hello all,

Give this a read and tell me what you think.  It will take some teamwork to pull off, but I think we are capable of doing this.

Jon Cole, N0OFJ
VE Liaison
<VE-Test-Procedure-In-Coronavirus-Times.docx>

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