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Kevin C. Bogan

Pacific Division Section Manager

The American Radio Relay League Inc

Direct Phone: (808) ***-****       

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The American Radio Relay League Inc

225 Main Street

Newington, Connecticut 06111

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1914 by Hiram Percy Maxim, ARRL is the national association for Amateur Radio in the US, serving members by protecting and enhancing spectrum access and providing a natural resource to the public. Today, with more than 161,000 members, ARRL is ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Officer

Emergency Amateur Radio Club

Pacific Section Manager

Hams R Us

President

EARC , Inc.

Affiliations

HARC Member
True Light Lutheran Church

Education

ARRL SM

Web References (39 Total References)


ARRL Letter

www.arrl.org [cached]

After being notified, Hawaii State Civil Defense RACES Coordinator Ron Hashiro, AH6RH, began notifying Oahu leaders via cell phone while ARRL Hawaii Section Emergency Coordinator Kevin Bogan, AH6QO, began activating the ARES Emergency Coordinators on each island.


Hamwave - News: The ARRL Letter (Nov. 1, 2012)

www.hamwave.com [cached]

After being notified, Hawaii State Civil Defense RACES Coordinator Ron Hashiro, AH6RH, began notifying Oahu leaders via cell phone while ARRL Hawaii Section Emergency Coordinator Kevin Bogan, AH6QO, began activating the ARES Emergency Coordinators on each island.


NEWS

www.volunteerhawaii.org [cached]

Kevin Bogan, Emergency Coordinator for the American Radio Relay League's Pacific Section, has dedicated his time and talents to improve communications during situations when telephones, cell phones, and other systems of communication have failed or were overloaded.

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Kevin launched a new goal to become a licensed ham radio operator. Operation of an amateur radio requires an operator's license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). He studied hard and within a short period of time, he passed the exam. Kevin shared, "Now, with a push of a button, I am connected to a network of two-way radio operators who can give me assistance during an emergency."
Kevin's enthusiasm didn't end there. As a member of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), an organization founded in 1914, Kevin has connections with ham operators all over the world. They share information and provide resources and support to one another. Kevin assures us that ARRL members are very supportive of one another and are willing to help interested volunteers study for the FCC test and pass it. Furthermore, for those who have been reluctant to obtain a license because of the Morse Code requirement, he said it is no longer required.
What's his payback? Amateur Radio supports organizations, such as the American Red Cross, State Civil Defense, the Salvation Army, churches, and a host of other government and non-governmental agencies. By getting involved, Kevin, and other amateur radio operators like him are part of an important effort that helps people recover from disasters.


arrl

www.w5bcr.org [cached]

and VHF nets, ARRL Pacific Section Emergency Coordinator Kevin Bogan, AH6QO,responded to the SCD EOC.Bogan said the primary focus was on the Big Island, where most damage

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A second quake measured 6.0, Bogan


* Pacific Section Manager change takes ...

www.lowra.com [cached]

* Pacific Section Manager change takes place early: Kevin Bogan, AH6QO, of Honolulu, is the new ARRL Pacific Section Manager.Bogan replaces veteran Pacific SM Bob Schneider, AH6J, who decided to step down two and half months early.Bogan was the only nominee to succeed Schneider in the last election cycle and was declared elected.His term normally would begin April 1.

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Bogan has been an ASM since last October and an Amateur Radio Emergency Service District Emergency Coordinator for Oahu since 2002.He's also involved in the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service program on Oahu.

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