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great place to buy PL259 and BNC terminated cables. Other cables available also!
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Training through FEMA 
The main link to FEMA for independent study that many volunteer agencies use when responding to emergency issues. This link is the gateway to sign up for a student ID number and has a link to courses offered. The following courses are required to become a member of ACS.

  • IS-100b, Introduction to Incident Command System
  • IS-200.b, ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents (recommended but not required)
  • IS-700, National Incident Management System, An Introduction
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A collection of Radio Broadcasts, etc!

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"Personal electronic device" does not include two-way radio, citizens band radio, or amateur radio equipment.

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SVARC Club Officer Voting
Are you ready for a DISASTER? Local Weather (NOAA)
Getting Kids Interested In Ham Radio I got my ham license now what?
Wenatchee Hamfest! Best Ham Radio's of 2017
Morse Code Translater Near-Real-Time MUF Map

NATIONAL Silent Key Archives
The purpose of the National Silent Key Archive™ is to collect and preserve photographs, life event narratives, and data artifacts of deceased Amateur Radio operators, and to make the Archive's digital library available to anyone wishing to view its contents online.

From the W7SKY Webmaster: I have added Mike Terry KE7OKV to this archive.

For those who would like to learn morse code (CW) or would like to regain their profiency in CW try this link:


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Another GREAT Ham Radio Site


This link was a request from Liam who is earning his Radio Merit Badge in the Scouts and wanted to share this link with our Club! Thanks Liam and we hope this helps others!

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Funny funny funny (did I say) funny... stuff...  
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