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30 Years of Support At UGA Football Games A Celebration October 10-11, 2009 (Right click or space bar to advance slices)
30 Years and Counting For 30 years, amateur radio operators have provided communications for Red Cross volunteers who man first aid stations around the stadium at University of Georgia’s home football games. A special event station, K4UGA, was set up at the stadium in celebration of this milestone.
A 160 meter loop was set up inside Sanford Stadium! (An eerie, empty stadium.)
“This loop goes where?” (Alex Abraham - KF4YOR; Mike Lamb - WB9TBY)
“What station does this feed line go to?” (Larry Phillips – K4PIC, Kay McMann – KG4WHA, Bob Herrin – KE4JLL)
Is that high enough for the tri-band beam?
“Bob, don’t move. You’re loading up well.” (Ed Rollor – N4ZRA, Bob Herrin – KE4JLL, George Kelly – WW4GA, Mike Lamb – WB9TBY)
Where is that document! (Larry Phillips – K4PIC, Bob Herrin – KE4JLL, Ed Rollor – N4ZRA)
“Is this high enough? It really is the “nose bleed” section.”
Looks serious! Lunch and looks of concern! (Bob Herrin – KE4JLL, Erwin Greene – KG4WGZ, Mike Lamb – WB9TBY)
“SPECIAL EVENT STATION K4UGA CALLING” from another position (James Reeves – KF4AQO, Stan Edwards – WA4DYD)
Having to do it all alone! (Bob Herrin – KE4JLL)