Museum ship amateur radio
Radio amateur activities Awards and certificates. For any amateur radio, licensed or listener SWL , after some months or years of activities, it is always with fierty that we paint the walls of our shack with our awards, Hi! When our room become too small to display all them, the binder still constitutes the best protection, beside the one protecting our most-wanted QSL. Beside the call sign engraved on a 24k-gold electroplated badge Max Armory or in a piece of oak K7BON , these plaques, cups or diplomas confirm that we worked hard to work these countries, DX-peditions, bases and other ship, on a peculiar time lapse or during a specific contest, a way to recognize certain qualities to the concerned amateur and that s he retaiedn the memory of that event. Some awards are also attributed to hams and SWLs gratefully, e.
SexyLexi. Age: 20. Height: 160 cm. Weight: 56 kg. Bust:Small. 1 Hour: 160$. Who I am and what I love: Its getting cold out fellas, let's get tangled up in the sheets Sexy Young Naughty Fun Your Fantasy Fulfilled AVAILABLE NOW * Hello!
USS Indianapolis Radio WW2IND.
The Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society RNARS is a specialised group or club for amateur radio operators who have a link with maritime employment, such as members of a navy , merchant marine , or similar employment. RNARS is well known for fostering amateur radio stations in museum ships. RNARS is open to membership by people from 'allied' nations. There is also a Morse Code speed certificate.
Daniels. Age: 21. Height: 181 cm. Weight: 55 kg. Bust:AA. 1 Hour: 140$. I will tell a little about myself: Latina Goddess/Exotic/Naughty Espanol/True Pleaser/Call Me Hey guys I am a beautiful curvy Latina.
Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society
Sign up here or contact or Dave Thomas Times and dates may vary, and will be included in RF News. Sign-up sheets will be available before the club meetings. Band conditions were not favorable in the morning so when Bill KE5TA and Cecile N5DR showed up we had an up-close personal net going trading stories and entertaining visitors to the ship as to why we were there.
Museum Ships weekend is an annual amateur radio operating event, in which HAMS operate on the amateur band waves from retired maritime vessels, both military and commercial, from all over the world, to enable the amateur community at large the opportunity to contact these historic museum entities and receive written confirmation of the contact. Maritime museums, maritime memorials, historic aircraft, and other appropriate entities also participate. Many, if not most of the ships participating in MSW have an active and ongoing relationship with an amateur radio club or group. Participating amateurs receive a certificate for successful contacts with 15 of the museum entities, and hams who operate from the Ships receive a separate certificate confirming their valued participation.
Сomment on the video
All сomments (7)