Texas Adventist Emergency Communications (TAEC) was founded in Keene, TX to aid the Seventh-Day Adventist Community Services in time of disaster. It was the dream of George Schram, Texas Conference Disaster Center Director at the time, for many years before it was finally implemented in 1995 with the help of Gerald Mohr, current reigning President. During the Houston floods of 1994, over $2000 in cell phone calls were made! After this natural disaster, we finally got together to make an organization under the umbrella of Adventist Community Services that would go along with the first wave of people to a disaster site and set up communications between all the different locations that were to be set up. It is planned that this will greatly decrease the cost of communications during disasters.

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  • New Ham Radio Magazine – On The Air
    So it seems like the Arrl is putting up a new ham radio magazine. It’s titled “On The Air”. Below is the news release for this new magazine, check out below that to see my thoughts on it. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ARRL to Launch New On the Air Magazine in January Newington, CT – November […]
  • Home Schooling and Amateur Radio
    Do you homeschool your kids? If so, why not include amateur radio into your curriculum? I recently saw an article that was written back in the ’90s about how a family included amateur radio in the curriculum of their homeschooled children. Here is the link to that article if you want to read it for […]
  • Podcast Overview Monday’s!
    So I’ve decided to try something new. Over the next month or so, I am going to be doing a podcast overview and my opinion post on Mondays. I have asked on my Facebook page and have done a bunch of searching myself for a bunch of different ham radio related podcast and have found […]
  • Another Douche Bag Gets Slapped With A Fine!
    Good job FCC for finally going to the next step and slapping this douche bag with a $17,000 fine! It seems that amateurs living in and around Richmond Hill, NY has been dealing with a fellow ham, and I use that term lightly, for a couple years now. A New York Radio Amateur — Harold […]
  • Kenwood TH-K20A 2 Meter HT Overview
    Is the Kenwood TH-K20A two meter HT worth buying? Take a look at this video and see what it has and make a decision for yourself, check down at the bottom of the post for my opinion The TH-K20A is Available on Amazon for: $144.95 – Affiliate Link Manual: http://manual.kenwood.com/files/B62-2365-10.pdf I looked on multiple ham […]