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The Nashua Area Radio Society hosted kids for kids day on the air. Many fun activities were provided for the kids including Satellite and HF operating and demos of CW, Raspberry Pi projects, HAB and Fox Hunting
ARRL’s chief executive officer for the past 2 years, Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, announced his retirement as CEO, as the ARRL Board of Directors prepares to meet January 19-20. He will step down on March 2. Gallagher expressed his gratitude to ARRL President Rick...
Joe Costello Many complain about him and the board of directors. To me, the ARRL is the one organization that fights for our hobby. They have labs and engineers that work constantly with the FCC and Congress.
Having been part of many volunteer organization who have paid employees at the top, they are pretty good at what they do.Any other organization out there works to keep our RF space as much as the ARRL does? Not that I know of!
Larry Fields Sad to see him retire so early in this and I hope the next one will be just as good, I enjoyed his videos on youtube and educational programs, I borrowed some for our groups here in the Philippines
Pete Malvasi Why did he retire only after 2 years?
Chet Bacon Loss of a visionary - I wish Tom all the best - stay in touch, I hope the ARRL continues to grow with new blood!
Ron Anderson Tom, thanks for your guidance. I've read with interest your "Second Century" page. I don't always agree with your approach, but they're always interesting and incitefull. Also, the QST seems to have improved under your tenure which is appreciated.
Joel Bagley Thanks Tom for your service to this great hobby....retire and relax
Matt Knowles He's a great guy, and never did any wrong by me or my colleagues! We were more than happy to have him at our meetings, and it was always great to see him. Wish him all the best!
Paul James Lourd He will be missed. I met him several times during his tenure and he always came across as someone with a true love our hobby, and an unstoppable desire to make it better and stronger. And down to earth as well. He will be hard to replace!
Robert King Thank you for you service and Godspeed.
Ed James Tom, Thank you for your service. KA8JMW
Lee Hatfield Jr Wishing you the best of Health and Happiness in the future. It was nice to say Hello in person on Monday. 73 K2HAT
Sean Edwards Well, that's a start . . .
Hubert Anderson Well Tom, if it's time, it's time. I understand the tax issue. Look at it this way, you can always volunteer for hurricane rescue and recovery! Wait a minute! What am I saying?!!
Alan Sines Tom thanks for your service. It was a pleasure to have met you. Good luck in your future endeavors. W3AL
Jerry Haislip Thanks for your service over the years.
Jamie Tolbert Thanks for your service sir 73 es GL de WW3S....
Linda Bittner Farewell and following seas Tom!
Harris Leck Thanks for your service Tom! Enjoy your retirement!
Sorry if this has been asked. I'm interested in HAM radio & want to get the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual. I see that the book will be good for exams through June 2018. Does anyone have any information if a new book will be...
FCC Announces Plans for Partial Government Shutdown January 19, 2018 No comments The FCC has issued a brief statement regarding its plans in the event of a partial government shutdown, which could start on January 20. “In the event... Read more
Dennis Smith nice job radndy ...looking forward to your next video on ham nation i like those series those videos are real educational
The ANAN-8000DLE HF & 6M 200W SDR Transceiver meets and exceeds the requirements of even the most discerning Amateur Radio Operator, it is based on the work of the OpenHPSDR community. Keeping in mind the various
Dave Walton Anan products are far too expensive for what they are.
Duane Meadows Only 4 grand! Too rich for my blood!
The FCC has issued a brief statement regarding its plans in the event of a partial government shutdown, which could start on January 20. “In the event of a partial government shutdown, because of available funding,
Steve Wilson How aboutf a fcc permanent shutdown they do very little
Jean Carlos Velez So that means that if i pass my extra class exam, no one can provide me with the new license?
Dave Ramos It would be a shame if they are unable to grant new ham license's.
Greg Dean Would much of it be missed?The feds dump most of the work on the states anyway