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Wednesday, December 30, 2015
 
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Augusta Free Press Researchers at the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology are preparing to send an amateur radio transponder into a geosynchronous orbit in 2017.
 
Urgent Communications Public safety professionals play an important role in their communities, but there is a crucial part of their job that usually goes unnoticed—reporting. Even though it is often excluded from the flashy television dramas, reporting conducted by police officers, firemen and other first responders is one of the most important parts of ensuring criminals are punished and emergency situations are documented appropriately.
 
ABC Action News A Land O' Lakes woman is grateful to be alive and had the chance to meet the firefighters who saved her life.
 
Firehouse The Ottawa County Central Dispatch Authority's Policy Board approved a plan to implement an 800 MHz radio system for its police, fire and emergency communications, joining the Michigan Public Safety Communication System.
 
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