Full-Scale Earthquake Exercise 6-7 June 2007
Here are a few pictures taken during the South Carolina Full-Scale Earthquake Exercise conducted 6-7 June 2007.

The exercise simulated a 6+ earthquake in the Low Country. Units of the SC Army National Guard along with Charleston and Dorchester ARES® participated.

The SC Army National Guard mobile communications center parked at the Berkeley County EOC
The satellite antenna on the SC ANG Comm Center vehicle
The SC ANG Comm Center came equipped with a weather station
Left: connection to SC ANG trailer, Right are the temporary connections for HF, VHF/UHF ARS & 800MHz antennas

This is one of three SC ANG remote control boxes in the EOC which were preprogrammed with various radio frequencies/modes
Dream Mobile -How about one of these in your driveway?
An antenna Spiderman could love - One of the SC ANG antennas on the building roof
This is a comm trailer from the SC Chief Information Officer office
Raising the antenna on the SC CIO Comm Trailer
SC CIO Comm Trailer Tower - This is the tower partially extended to a safe height without using guy wires
SC CIO Comm Trailer Equipment Rack - The racks contain several PS band repeaters and associated backup battery power supplies
Here is Larry NJ4O checking in stations on simplex for an area coverage check
Here are Vince K4AOC and Leslie KF4DNX in the radio room

Here are some pictures from the Round Table discussion regarding the exercise that was held on 14 June 2007 at Sterret Hall on the old Naval Base, North Charleston, SC.
Here is the SCNG communications vehicle set up at Sterret Hall
Various vendors had equipment on-site for viewing and demonstrations. This is at a briefing by the SCNG. Vince K4AOC is to the immediate right of the speaker at the back of the photo.
This is the back of a smaller communications vehicle of the SCNG.
Here the operator is bringing up the internet via a satellite link to view our web page and download images.

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