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Welcome To The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group
Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club.
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About Us – The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group
The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group (LARG) of Loudoun County, Northern Virginia, was founded in July 1993. LARG is a family oriented club with a wide variety of activities and interests. Some of these activities include public service, emergency communications support, high altitude balloon radio, camera and video flights, fox hunts, contesting and.
The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group, as an Official Affiliated Club of the ARRL, can retain $15.00 for each NEW regular membership or a rejoining regular member who has not retained an ARRL membership for two or more calendar years prior to the application submission; and, can retain $2.00 for each renewing regular member including lapsed.
Everyone is welcome in the Loudoun Amateur Radio Group. We are more than happy to answer any questions not addressed herein; please reach out to use at this e-mail address. Types Of Logins. Website [k4lrg] – Allows for the posting, moderation, and editing of.
The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group of Loudoun County in Northern Virginia, founded in July 1993, is a family oriented club with a wide variety of activities and interests including public service, emergency communications support, high altitude balloon radio, camera and video flights, fox hunts, contesting and DX-ing.
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Loudon Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) We are proud to be Loudoun County’s ARES group and are always looking for FCC licensed adults interested in serving their community. Please email me to get more information. deweeses@gmail. When communication is needed most.
Welcome to the Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club web site. The club was established in 1980 and is affiliated to the Radio Society of Great Britain. Our main meetings, including talks and presentations, are on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in our clubhouse .
ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio 225 Main Street Newington, CT, 06111-1400 USA Tel:1-860-594-0200 Fax:1-860-594-0259 Toll-free:1-888-277-5289 hq@arrl Contact ARRL The ARRL is a member-society and International Secretariat of the International Amateur Radio.
The Loudoun County Amateur Radio Group is offering its annual class this weekend to help area residents qualify for their Technician Class license. The free program has room for 70 participants and is open to all ages. The training is geared toward those who want to learn how to use ham radio for fun, disaster preparedness, and security.