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  • Dieter

    02/12/2009 | Dieter Schliemann, KX4Y (SK)

    Dieter Schliemann, KX4Y, of Scottsboro, Alabama, passed February 9 after a battle with cancer. He was 68. According to Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) International Chairman Frank H. Bauer, KA3HDO, Schliemann was instrumental in l
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  • 01/19/2009 | Amateur Radio Special Events Celebrate Obama's Inauguration

    To celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States, Amateur Radio clubs in the Washington, DC, area and across the country have planned special operating events. From January 14-24, the District of Columbia Amateur Ra
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  • 01/12/2009 | As Storms Pummeled Northwestern States, Hams Responded to Local Needs

    After another week of wild weather in Oregon and Washington, residents in those states are just beginning to see the Sun. With an onslaught of wind, snow and rain this winter season, hams in the affected areas have been called upon by local served agencie
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  • SatHandbook3D

    10/30/2008 | New ARRL Satellite Book Available

    The ARRL Satellite Handbook by QST Editor Steve Ford, WB8IMY, brings the thrill of satellite communications within your reach. Filled with understandable descriptions and illustrations, this book includes all the tools you need to partic
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  • 09/03/2008 | Division and Section ARRL Leadership Prepared for Gustav

    During a Sunday evening conference call among ARRL leadership volunteers in the Delta, West Gulf and Southeastern Divisions and several members of the ARRL staff, Mississippi Section Manager Malcolm Keown, W5XX, reported: "We're as ready as we're eve
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  • 09/03/2008 | As Gustav Pounds Louisiana, Local and Area Hams are Ready

    As Hurricane Gustav roared through Louisiana, ARRL Division, Section and public information volunteers in and around the area impacted by the Category 2 hurricane, reported that they were preparing to deploy themselves and other volunteers to strategic lo
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