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OCTOBER 12,1974.......Found this super 8mm film footage shot in downtown Montgomery by me when I was a very young radio reporter....A robbery/homicide at a downtown department store ends with a shootout and takeover of a radio station with hostages held and gunfire exchanged. Huge story in its day... Still trying to find the date this happened..early 70's I think...raw footage available at email@example.com
https://youtu.be/W89D7fYOKaw 2017 HAMFEST MONTGOMERY ALABAMA If you have ever been interested in Amateur (Ham) Radio, now's your chance to find out more at the exciting 2017 Montgomery Amateur Radio Hamfest to be held Saturday November 11, 2017. Doors open at 9:00 A.M. at the Alcazar Shrine Temple in Montgomery, Alabama. NO MORSE CODE ! You can become a "Ham" without ever needing to know Morse code. Free parking! Talk-In: W4AP, 146.84 (-), no tone Hamfest particulars: • VE Testing: 1:00 PM, all license classes • ARRL Card Checker • Interesting Forums • Lots of door prizes • Inside Tables • Free Bone-yard • Great concession food and drinks Bargain rates: • Admission: $ 8.00 at the door • Tables: $15.00 each - includes one admission • Tailgate: Free, park yourself Vendor Support: •...
On December 22nd, 2014 members of Wheaton Rescue Squad 742's (RS742) crew declared a MAYDAY while conducting occupant search operations above a working basement fire in Burtonsville. The Rescue Squad's driver fell through the first floor into the burning basement. Per policy, a MAYDAY must be declared when a collapse occurs and a firefighter is unable to immediately escape. The MAYDAY operations were captured on RS742's officers helmet camera. A hose line was used to suppress flames and protect the trapped firefighter from above until a ladder was lowered into the hole. Due to efforts of multiple crews, RS742's driver was safely removed from the basement in less than 5 minutes. The MAYDAY firefighter was uninjured in the incident, however the ladder used to rescue him was condemned due ...
This is an Airline Model WG-2602B AM console with record player and changer. This was a flea market find from several months back which I bought because of the 15" Jensen speaker and push-pull 6AQ5A amplifier. Being only $20, I thought what the hell, if nothing else, the parts are worth more than that. But rather than parting out for a guitar amp, this one will be returned to service as a hi-fi console. In this Part 1 video we will service the VOM (Voice of Music) record changer and check out the state of the AM radio tuner. Here's the original video from where I found it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhDzYoEDQFs
http://www.sailography.com I needed to install my VHF radio into my Montgomery 17 sailboat. I needed to install it into a bulkhead and in order to that I had to build a wooden box to mount it. So I built one real quick in my woodworking shop and it turned out nicely! Please subscribe and check out some more of my videos!
Last week the Montgomery County Council launched a Spanish language radio show to inform the Hispanic community of Council issues and programs on Radio America 1540 AM. County Councilmember Nancy Navarro was the guest for the debut of Sintonía con el Concejo del Condado de Montgomery (Tuned In with the Montgomery County Council) April 4.
This is the conclusion of our Airline WG-2602 console record changer and radio restoration. In this part, we will service the radio and amplifier with new caps and tweak the alignment on the radio. Then we will plug in a vintage Harmony H59 Rocket guitar and see what the amp sounds like as a guitar amp!
The following was the radio transmission at Montgomery County Airpark, on December 8, 2014. A Phenom 100 crashed into a house on approach. All three people aboard died, along with three people on the ground in the house.