FSD-212 12-month Summary

Each month amateur radio emergency coordinators for each county report the time spent by their programs in a number of categories. In the table below, the total hours represents not only the emergency and public service hours, but also hours spent in nets, training, equipment maintenance and administration.

PeriodPublic ServiceEmergencyTotal Hours
Nov 2015 406 110 7333
Dec 2015 206 90 6690
Jan 2016 346 190 7696
Feb 2016 757 100 8259
Mar 2016 413 189 9173
Apr 2016 666 298 9581
May 2016 1822 335 10614
Jun 2016 1436 959 10035
Jul 2016 1491 684 9620
Aug 2016 1721 872 10867
Sep 2016 1522 529 10117
Oct 2016 1442 262 9666

 

 

Net Report 12-month Summary

Each month NTS net managers report on checkins, traffic and time for their nets. The following table summarizes those results. Not all nets record individual net manhours, so for some nets the manhours are estimated. The method of estimation consistently underestimates those hours.

PeriodCheckinsMessagesTimeSessionsTotal Hours
Nov 2015 3220 573 139 319 2464
Dec 2015 3294 575 133 302 2086
Jan 2016 3401 467 140 326 2233
Feb 2016 3431 432 150 312 2295
Mar 2016 3551 442 150 318 2219
Apr 2016 3425 445 138 304 2306
May 2016 2877 416 111 248 1815
Jun 2016 2867 432 155 257 2142
Jul 2016 2835 389 112 305 1650
Aug 2016 3276 411 175 316 2937
Sep 2016 2837 464 118 300 1528
Oct 2016 2943 474 117 301 1486

 

 

Public Service Honor Roll

A small number of more active amateurs submit a monthly report to qualify for the American Radio Relay League's Public Service Honor Roll. Categories making up the total score include not only public service and emergency operations time, but also traffic handled, nets joined, and appointments held. Many amateurs only report these results when they have a sufficient score to qualify for inclusion in QST, so these hours do not represent a complete total. On the other hand, some of these hours may have been included by ECs in the FSD-212 results.

PeriodPublic Service HrsEmergency Ops HrsTotal Score
Nov 2015 88 4 1802
Dec 2015 68 22 1740
Jan 2016 100 89 2126
Feb 2016 155 36 2034
Mar 2016 99 24 1687
Apr 2016 158 17 1982
May 2016 209 2 2205
Jun 2016 132 6 1850
Jul 2016 282 29 2455
Aug 2016 163 2 1783
Sep 2016 93 0 1422
Oct 2016 156 0 1767

 

 

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Contact Section Leaders

Section Manager
James Kvochick, K8JK
10366 Greystone Court
Brighton, MI 48114-7650

ASM
Larry Camp, WB8R
71 Oakdale Lane
Coldwater, MI 49036
517-278-0406
517-617-4883

ASM Digital
John J. Nugent, WB8TKL
1316 Oak Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
734-484-5105

ASM Training
Daniel M Romanchik, KB6NU
1325 Orkney Dr
Ann Arbor, MI 48103-2966
734-930-6564

Affiliated Club Coordinator
Joseph B. Miller, KJ8O
6928 Forest Park Ct.
Troy, MI 48098
248-828-0616

Official Observer Coordinator
Ken Coughlin, N8KC
53762 Kristin Ct
Shelby Twp., MI 48316
248-652-1187

Public Information Coordinator
Patrick W. Mullet, KC8RTW
171 E. Orchard Ave.
Shepherd, MI 48883
989-695-0136

Section Emergency Coordinator
John J Mc Donough, WB8RCR
2211 Laurel Ln
Midland, MI 48642-3820
989-430-4855
989-631-0178

Section Traffic Manager
Mark Shaw, K8ED
2829 Dorchester
Birmingham, MI 48009
248-672-8225

Section Youth Coordinator
Gordon L Baldwin, W8CT
121 North Al Moses Rd
Lake City, MI 49651
231-839-6690

State Government Liaison
Edward L Hude, WA8QJE
114 S College Rd
Mason, MI 48854-9786

Technical Coordinator
W Wallace Murray, KE8HR
1403 S Hill Rd
Milford, MI 48381-2854