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    03/30/2012 | Fred Maia, W5YI (SK)

    Fred Maia, W5YI, died March 28 at age 76.
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    02/01/2012 | ARRL in Action: What Have We Been Up to Lately?

    This feature -- including convenient Web links to useful information -- is a concise monthly update of some of the things ARRL is doing on behalf of its members. This installment covers the month of January.
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    01/24/2012 | FCC Denies Anchorage VEC’s Waiver Request

    On January 24, the FCC issued an Order that denied a waiver request from the Anchorage VEC, one of 14 Volunteer Examiner Coordinators in the US. In its July 2011 Waiver Request, the Anchorage VEC asked the Commission to permit individuals who have previou
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    11/30/2011 | Lauren Clarke Joins ARRL Staff as Individual Giving Manager

    The ARRL is pleased to welcome Individual Giving Manager Lauren Clarke to the Headquarters staff in Newington. Lauren -- who will be working in the ARRL Development Office -- will be taking over the many funds in the Development Office, such as the Diamon
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    11/09/2011 | California University Sees Record Number of Freshmen Take Tech Exam

    When 114 freshmen electrical engineering students at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California, gathered on Friday, November 4 to take their Technician exam, they made history. Not only was the session one of the largest exam
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    06/28/2011 | SATERN Gets New Director

    After serving as Director of the Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) for more than 23 years, Major Patrick E. McPherson, WW9E, is stepping down. Major Rick Shirran VE3NUZ, of Toronto, Ontario, has been appointed as the new Director. McPhe
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    06/21/2011 | NASA Astronauts and Astronaut Candidates Earn Amateur Radio Licenses

    Every few years, NASA selects women and men to join its astronaut training program. Out of the hundreds who apply, only a select few are chosen to become Astronaut Candidates. Their training runs for at least two years, and when it is over, the Astronaut
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