In case you are unaware, the Bylaws of the AARC require that members sign a 'waiver' before joining. Its basic boiler plate that says you know ham radio can be dangerous and if you engage in club activites you will accept the risk, and not sue the club if you are injured.
Though the Bylaws don't say so, individuals under 18 likely can't sue the Club. The parent would have to do that for them. Therefore, and I coiuld be wrong, I will assume the 'Waiver' doesn't need the signature of any member under 18. At some point we need to run that by an attorney.
Stuff to Do as You Renew
This is a GS-12/13 entry level at $83,398 to $128,920 per year.
The incumbent performs "watch duty" and serves as a technical authority providing technical assistance and guidance to communication systems users to resolve radio interference complaints and problems; and collects radio signal analysis information. Uses radio signal analysis equipment deployed throughout the United States to collect, correlate, analyze, characteristics of radio signals involved in interference problems, distress or safety-related signals or other radio signals involved in other high priority activities such as law enforcement or national defense, to include HF, VHF, and UHF. Collects radio signal analysis information; analyzes complaints, inquires, and comments from multiple sources; investigates compliances with the Commission's rules and regulations; and determines the appropriate actions utilizing FCC's remote high frequency network of radio direction finders and radio signal analysis equipment. Develops definitive technical solutions concerning telecommunications system architectures, interoperability, expansion potential, and overall end-to-end compatibility and net centricity. Interacts with public, licensees of various radio services, private industries, other government agencies, and representatives of foreign governments. Represents the Bureau in meetings within and outside the agency. Conducts formal and on-the-job training of co-workers, new recruits, clients, and USTTI participants.
On Wednesday, December 11th, 2019, the Annapolis Office of Emergency Management (OEM), the Annapolis Fire Department (AFD), and the Annapolis Police Department (APD) will be conducting a Full-Scale Active Assailant Exercise and we need YOU to help us!
Volunteers will play the roles of victims, survivors, and family members. Youth under 18 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The Annapolis OEM will provide free food for all volunteers.
20-15-10 Tri Band Plus 40 Meter Dipole
There was a discussion on the Holly net regarding radio clubs around Maryland.
Here is a PDF attachment that is printable/downloadable and clickable with the information that was desired.
Click thru on article to download the file.
On the "Members" menu, you will find "Club Clothing". If you wish to order just complete the page as instructed and push "Submit". Your order will be automatically forwarded to Jim Goldsberry KB3NQY who will place one master order for all merchandise ordered at some point this fall. The completed items will be delivered to Jim, after which he will bring them to club meetings for distribution and payment.