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#1 Post by deacon » 22 Dec 2018 08:44

It appears yesterdays storm resulted in the closing N.B. Hurricane Barrier. This morning I heard comms confirming the reopening of the barrier and a report on sea conditions at the East end of the canal. All comms on 173.4375. digital.

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#2 Post by ecps92 » 22 Dec 2018 11:54

I'll assume the NAC was $200 which is the Bourne Repeater for the Canal Ops

Wonder if the Canal Dispatches or units Cover the Barrier... and were simulcasting ?

Not much info on the CE Web other than it is under the New England District
https://www.nae.usace.army.mil/Missions ... w-Bedford/
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22 Dec 2018 08:44
It appears yesterdays storm resulted in the closing N.B. Hurricane Barrier. This morning I heard comms confirming the reopening of the barrier and a report on sea conditions at the East end of the canal. All comms on 173.4375. digital.

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#3 Post by deacon » 22 Dec 2018 15:55

Unknown to me about a simulcast. I have heard unit from the N.B.H.B. previously. It is worthwhile to sit on 173.4375 when another Nor-ester is predicted.

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