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Annual Armed Forces Day Crossband Communication Test Set for Saturday, May 12

The Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) will sponsor the traditional military/Amateur Radio communication tests to mark the 67th annual Armed Forces Day (AFD) on Saturday, May 12. Armed Forces Day is May 19, but the AFD Crossband Military-Amateur Radio event… Continue Reading →

3 Meaningful Reasons You Should Get Your Ham Radio License

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A Road Trip You Didn’t Expect

Imagine you and your family have decided to take a nice road trip to get away for the weekend.  It’s a beautiful sunny day, the only clouds in the sky are light and wispy, you have the windows down and your family is enjoying the scenery.

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Building and Testing a 20 Meter Vertical Moxon Antenna by K5ACL.

20 Meter Vertical Moxon Antenna Johnny, K5ACL describes how he built and tested a 20 Meter Vertical Moxon Antenna.  If your interested in building a Moxon antenna, give Johnny’s video a look and see the many links he has included… Continue Reading →

Why You Should Always Bring a Two Way Radio Camping

 In this episode, The Practical Camper discusses why you should always bring a Ham Radio when camping and tips on obtaining your Amateur Radio License.  Additionally, the Practical Camper describes the Yaesu FT-65, Baofeng UV-5R Version 2, and Yaesu… Continue Reading →

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