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== NOAA Hurricane Hunter Operations ==
 
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To see when hurricane hunter operations are planned, see the NHC Aircraft Recon Plan of the Day (POD) Report:
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* [http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/reconlist.shtml NHC Aircraft Reconnaissance Plan of the Day]
  
 
[[Category:Major Events and Disasters]]
 
[[Category:Major Events and Disasters]]

Revision as of 16:40, 25 August 2011

Amateur Radio Operations

Hurricane Watch Net

  • 14300.0 KHz USB - Hurricane Watch Net, organized and run by the National Hurricane Center. The Hurricane Watch Net activates whenever a Hurricane is within 300 miles of projected landfall, or at the request of the National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL.

North Carolina Tar Heel Emergency Net

  • 3923 kHz LSB Primary
  • 7232 kHz LSB Backup


NOAA Hurricane Hunter Operations

Hurricane Hunters primarily use SATCOM for communications back to the National Hurricane Center. However, backup HF communications links for phone patches are sometimes used. They include:

To see when hurricane hunter operations are planned, see the NHC Aircraft Recon Plan of the Day (POD) Report: