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ANNUAL ARRL FIELD DAY

For years the NADXA has teamed up with the Coconino Amatuer Radio Club (CARC) to host
a Field Day event in the Flagstaff area. CARC is primarily a VHF/UHF ARES club so combining
our efforts fits well together to cover the spectrum of Field Day scored activities.

Pick a year for photos and info.

YEAR CALL SCORE CAT QSOs

1995

NN7A 3736 2A 921
1996 NN7A 4464 2A 1065
1997 NN7A 4672 2A 1253
1998 NN7A 4482 2A 1187
1999 NN7A 5022 2A 1358
2000 NN7A 6026 2A 1728
2001 W7TB 5592 2A 1720
2002 W7TB 5906 2A 1647
2003 W7TB 4438 2A 1363
2004 W7TB 4474 2A 1313
2005 W7TB 5036 2A 1334
2006 W7TB 4348 3A 1105
2007 W7TB 6370 3A 1655
2008 W7TB 5048 3A 1183
2009 W7TB 5078 3A 1222
2010 W7FYW 5028 2A 1227
2011 W7TB 7364 2A 2012
2012 W7TB 8268 2A 2100
2013 W7TB 3732 2A 879
2014 W7TB 6624 2A 1713
2015 W7TB 5142 2A 1141
2016 W7YS 2430 2A 589
2017 W7YS 5930 3A 1309
2018 W7YS 7048 3A 1766

Field Day 2018 - Combined NADXA & CARC

Our Goals

Be Safe, Have Fun, Promote Ham Radio and Win Win Win Again

Be Safe
Field Day 2018 is in the books [again].  I would like to thank everyone that participated.  There were 32 volunteers that contributed 345.5 hours and 45 visitors including three elected officials, five agency representatives and ten youths (maybe more).  Thank you all  for being safe.  We scored 100%, in this, the most important category.  We were prepared in case of an incident but none occurred.

Have Fun and Promote Ham Radio
There was lots of fun to be had.  We worked together, operated, ate, showed our skills and abilities to the public, visited with some old friends and made some new friends.
What could be better than this?

Win Win Win Again
The bonus points effort got us an improvement from 1,470 last year to 1,490 this year.  Contact points came in with a big score improving from 4,460 to 5,556.  Every operating station improved, averaging 25%.
You outdid any record of ours I could find.  Last year you scored a total of 5,930 points and placed 2nd in “7 land” 1st in Arizona.  This year the total revised score of 7,048 was submitted.  I can’t wait but in the 2018 December issue of QST magazine the ARRL will report the official results for this years effort.  I will post the entry form detailed information for Field Day on the NADXA web and to the Events page of the CocoRadio.Club web site in a couple of weeks.

There are to many people for me to mention everyone individually but to all of the Advisors, Officers, Chiefs, Managers, Leaders, and all who supported them - 
Congratulations for a job well done.

Ron, KG7OH

 

 

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