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ARRL

(American Radio Relay League, Newington, CT, www.arrl.org) A membership organization founded in 1914 by Hiram Percy Maxim that provided a sounding board for amateur radio operators in the U.S. Growing from a handful of radio experimenters to more than 160,000 today, the ARRL promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation. It represents U.S. radio amateurs in legislative matters and maintains a standard of conduct among radio operators.
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RADIO RELAYS The following are Field Day events for the annual American Radio Relay League exercise:
Stan held membership with the American Radio Relay League and the VFW.
He was a Mason with the Worcester Lodge, a member of the American Radio Relay League, the DAV all in Worcester.
Field Day is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) -- the national association for Amateur Radio.
CONTACT: Jennifer Hagy of American Radio Relay League, +1-860-594-0328, jhagy@arrl.
May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Two men made history on May 18, 1914, when they formed the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) -- the national association of Amateur Radio.
To find out how to get started in this exciting hobby and whom to contact in your area, call or write the American Radio Relay League, 225 Main St, Newington, CT 06111; toll-free 800 32 NEW HAM.
Contact: Jennifer Hagy, Media Relations Manager of the American Radio Relay League, +1-860-594-0328, jhagy@arrl.
American Radio Relay League President Jim Haynie said that he was "extremely gratified" that President Bush recognized the valuable service Amateur Radio operators provide in times of emergencies.
The event is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national association for Amateur Radio.
The week culminates in an important emergency preparedness exercise called Field Day, sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national membership association of Amateur Radio operators.
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