[CQ-Contest] Ham Radio in Captain America movie (NY Times video review)

Ron Notarius W3WN wn3vaw at verizon.net
Sun May 8 12:57:58 EDT 2016

Since many of the outdoor "action" scenes in "Captain America:  The Winter
Soldier" were filmed in Cleveland, it would be reasonable to assume that
Cleveland was one of the location sites for "Civil War" as well.

However, the movie's "official sites" listings shows Atlanta as the only
major continental US filming location.  Other locations show Puerto Rico,
Iceland, Germany, and Brazil.

And of course, the background could have been "stock footage"

73, ron w3wn

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My educated guess is QTH Philadelphia, and the antennas are
on top of the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering
building. Cushcraft 40-2CD, 10 or 6 meter Yagi, and 2 meter Yagi.

My backup guess is QTH Cleveland, and the antennas are on top of
The Case Western University engineering building. Again, Cushcraft
40-2CD, 10 or 6 meter Yagi and 2 meter Yagi.

On 5/7/16 9:41 AM, "kr2q at optimum.net" <kr2q at optimum.net> wrote:

>Wait for the ads to pass (you can skip the ad after 15 seconds)
>Do not blink at ~second 27.5, or....
>Keep your eyes open starting at 31 seconds in.
>Who can identify
>1.  Where this really is (QTH)
>2.  What are those (make / model / some sort of description) ?
>Good luck!
>de Doug KR2Q
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