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    04/20/2011 | Find an ARRL Field Day Station Near You

    First introduced in 2008, the ARRL’s Field Day Station Locator Service has proved a popular addition to the Field Day toolbox. This service -- an interactive map that helps amateurs or those interested in Amateur Radio find a Field Day site near them -- i
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    02/01/2011 | 2011 Field Day Packet Now Available

    It’s that time of year again -- time to start gearing up for ARRL Field Day, June 25-26, 2011! ARRL’s flagship operating event -- always held the fourth full weekend in June -- brings together new and experienced hams for 24 hours of operating fun.
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    01/27/2011 | ARRL Board Bestows Awards at 2011 Annual Meeting

    The ARRL Board of Directors had the pleasure and distinction of bestowing three annual awards at its 2011 Annual Meeting -- the ARRL International Humanitarian Award, the George Hart Distinguished Service Award and the Bill Leonard, W2SKE, Professional Me
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    11/01/2010 | 2010 ARRL Field Day Results Now Online

    If you can’t wait to get your December issue of QST in the mail to see how you did in the 2010 ARRL Field Day, don’t worry! The results -- including a copy of the QST article (with line scores) and a results database -- are now available on the ARRL Web s
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    09/17/2010 | Tim Duffy, K3LR, to Receive RCA’s Goldwater Award

    The Radio Club of America (RCA) has named Tim Duffy, K3LR, of West Middlesex, Pennsylvania, as the recipient of its Barry Goldwater Amateur Radio Award. The Goldwater Award is given to an RCA member who is also a licensed amateur in recognition of a long
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    07/02/2010 | ARRL Field Day: It’s a Wrap!

    With more than 700 Field Day reports already received -- and more coming in every day -- it’s safe to say that this year’s ARRL Field Day was a smashing success! Conditions, at least on the East Coast, were quite good. Operators at W1AW, the Hiram Percy M
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