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Lloyd Colston

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City of Altus Emergency Management

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Lloyd Colston
Lloyd Colston is emergency manager for City of Altus Emergency Management, a Public Information Coordinator with the American Radio Relay League, and an Incident Command System instructor. He Tweets from @KC5FM as an amateur radio operator with over 40 years experience.


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Lloyd Colston
Lloyd Colston is emergency manager for City of Altus Emergency Management, a Public Information Coordinator with the American Radio Relay League, and an Incident Command System instructor. He Tweets from @KC5FM as an amateur radio operator with over 40 years experience.


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ARRL Oklahoma Section Manager Lloyd Colston, KC5FM, said participants in two programs during the annual Oklahoma Emergency Management Conference in Norman came away with "a health exposure to Amateur Radio.


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Flanking Oklahoma Gov Mary Fallin are Oklahoma Section PIC Michael Dean, K5MFD, and Section Manager Lloyd Colston, KC5FM, following the signing of Oklahoma's proclamation.


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Radio amateurs across Oklahoma reported in on April 26 after SKYWARN nets activated in response to severe weather traversing the Sooner State, Oklahoma Section Manager Lloyd Colston, KC5FM, said.
Thunderstorms, accompanied in some places by hail, raked the state. "Folks like Wade Norris, K5WPN; Dale Town, N5VX; Stephen Ellis, KG5ICZ, and Paula Cain, KD5JOC, plus WX5TUL at the Tulsa National Weather Service (NWS) Office, gathered reports meeting SKYWARN criteria," Colston said following the marathon session of storms. The storms and radio nets began in the afternoon of April 26 and continued into the early hours of April 27. The Amateur Radio volunteers' reports were added to those gathered from emergency managers, public safety agencies, and the public. The NWS uses the information gathered via SKYWARN in developing its forecasts, watches, and warnings. Colston said that at least one net operated for 7 hours.


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