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Lloyd Colston

Director

City of Altus Emergency Management

Direct Phone: (580) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Area SKYWARN Group

Navy-Marine Corp Military Affiliate Radio System


Director Mayes County Emergency Management Pryor

OK USA Survival


Social Service Specialist

Oklahoma Department of Human Services


Editor

South Grand Laker


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Community Emergency Response Team

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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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"Using Amateur Radio channels, this exercise will demonstrate the capability for reaching back to our state and federal partners," said Altus, Oklahoma, Emergency Management Director Lloyd Colston, KC5FM, "This would be important during a regional cataclysmic event, such as an ice storm or large earthquake."
Colston, who also has National Communications System, privileges said the exercise would utilize 60-meter channels 1-5.


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TAGS: Alabama Section Manager, amateur radio, amateur radio., arrl, Emergency Management Conference, ham radio, long history, Manager Lloyd Colston, MARS program, Military Auxiliary Radio, Oklahoma, participants, public information coordinator, Section Manager, thanks
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. "'WeatherBrains' has a long history of featuring Amateur Radio," Colston noted. Episode 499 mentioned ham radio live from the conference in Norman. In addition to his role as Okalahoma SM, Colston is the City of Altus Emergency Management Director, and he's been a Public Affair Officer for the Navy-Marine Corps Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS). During the "communications smorgasbord" breakout session, he presented information about Amateur Radio and MARS. His talk discussed how his Section's APRS network functions and how the MARS program uses Winlink. - Thanks to Oklahoma SM Lloyd Colston, KC5FM


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ARRL Oklahoma Section Manager Lloyd Colston, KC5FM, will be among the presenters at the national 2015 National Tribal Assistance Coordination Group (TAC-G) Workshop.
Learn More OK_Emergency_Management_logo.jpg 09/03/2015 | Participants at Oklahoma Conference Get "Healthy Exposure" to Amateur Radio 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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