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Hawaii's Communication Breakdown and How Going Ham Could Save Us:

from nbcnews.com on February 11, 2018
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Hawaii's Communication Breakdown and How Going Ham Could Sav Reply
by KG4RUL on February 12, 2018 Mail this to a friend!
"Hawaii's recent false nuclear missile alert showed us how reliant we are on cell phones and modern technology—and how unprepared we are if they become inaccessible. But in case the unexpected happens, an unlikely group of hobbyists—ham radio operators—are standing at the ready and may save us all."

In fact, what happened in Hawaii was NOT a lack of modern technology but technology BADLY used! As ham radio operators, HOW would we have communicated with all of those people if the technology actually failed. Truth is we CANT'T!
 
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