Thanks to everyone who checked in and participated! We had a good turnout on both simplex and Winlink, with 6 check-ins! The purpose of the drill was to build upon previous exercises by encouraging mobile and portable participants to activate from a shelter location, and also to exchange traffic via Winlink.
The simplex portion of the net started on time, at 7:00 PM (2300 UTC), on 146.580.
Net Control: KB1HNZ Tim, mobile at Windham High School.
We had 6 check-ins:
W1SFS Jason, near Scarborough High School (2300 UTC)
Contacted 3 stations: K1MGR, KB1HNZ, KB1FGF
KC1HBL Ben, in Buxton, ME (2301 UTC) I/O
K1MGR Greg, portable at the South Portland Community Center & South Portland High School (2302 UTC)
Contacted 3 stations: KB1FGF, W1SFS, KB1HNZ
KB1FGF Dave, in Scarborough, ME (Pine Point) (2303 UTC)
Contacted 3 stations: K1MGR, W1SFS, KB1HNZ
WZ1J Steve, in Brunswick, ME (2311 UTC) I/O
N1RXR Eric, in New Gloucester, ME (2317 UTC)
Contacted 2 stations: WZ1J, W1SFS
The Simplex Net was secured at 7:21 PM (2321 UTC), after a round of informals.
The Winlink portion of the exercise started immediately after the simplex net. There were 9 items of traffic handled by the following stations:
N1RXR Eric, in New Gloucester, ME
KC1JMH Brad, in North Waterboro, ME
KB1HNZ Tim, in Windham, ME
W1WMG Thom, in Gorham, ME