The Marshall Amateur Radio Club has changed its call sign. We are now NN4SA. We had been WA4NZD since 1980.
We are gradually switching over our online presence.
- We have a draft WordPress website http://nn4sa.wordpress.com. It is active but not yet developed. For now we will continue to update our information here, at the https://wa4nzd.wordpress.com site.
- Our QRZ.com page is now set to NN4SA: http://www.qrz.com/db/nn4sa. Searches for WA4NZD on QRZ.com will bring you to the NN4SA page.
- The NN4SA call sign is now active on eQSL.
- We will have NN4SA active on the ARRL Logbook of the World soon.
We have not yet changed our Gmail and Twitter accounts.
73, Gary WA2JQZ and Don N4MSN
Amateur Radio provides communications
A reminder of the role we serve for emergencies:
A Voice of America story from 2009 about Ham Radio Emergency Services training and practice.
California Students Learn Emergency Radio, First Aid Skills
[ http://www.voanews.com/content/a-13-2007-03-08-voa60-66544742/554395.html ]
Our club will visit the Huntsville Emergency Operations Center (EOC) tomorrow evening Wednesday (January 14, 2015) at 5:30 pm. Information about the visit for members is on our email distribution.
We are now officially an ARRL affiliated club again. Please see our listing at http://www.arrl.org/Groups/view/marshall-arc-marc/type:club.
We first became affiliated in 1979.
The Marshall Space Flight Center Amateur Radio Club (MARC), WA4NZD, will be operating a special event station to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of Apollo 11. Continue reading
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