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James E Priddy, GM3CIG, 23rd January 2016

| February 2, 2016

I regret to announce the death of Jim Priddy, GM3CIG. Jim passed away peacefully at the Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy, on 23rd January 2016. He was 89. He was a member of the Dunfermline Amateur Radio Society and Dunfermline Cine and Video club. Among many other projects he filmed the Dunfermline Amateur Radio Society Field Day […]

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New CEO for ARRL

| January 29, 2016

Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, of West Palm Beach, Florida, will succeed David Sumner, K1ZZ, as the chief executive officer of ARRL, effective 18 April. In that role, he will oversee all activities at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut. Meeting in a special webinar session on 25 January, all 15 ARRL Directors voted to elect Gallagher as […]

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VP8STI shuts down early

| January 29, 2016

After managing to recover from the effects of a fierce South Atlantic storm, an emergency resulting from the storm has forced the VP8STI team back to their transport vessel, the R/V Braveheart. They were able to remove all of the VP8STI equipment from Southern Thule on 26 January. The DXpedition team is now headed for […]

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Amateurs help in USA snowstorms

| January 29, 2016

Last weekend’s severe snowstorms in the United States saw many Amateur Radio Emergency Service volunteers on standby in case of need. Nets were set up on 40m plus VHF and UHF repeaters, using a variety of modes. The Great South Bay Amateur Radio Club took part in storm-related operations on Long Island, New York.

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Are you the next RSGB General Manager?

| January 29, 2016
Are you the next RSGB General Manager?

Graham Coomber, G0NBI, has announced his retirement and the RSGB is seeking some one to take over the mantle of providing leadership for the HQ staff and support for the Board and the Membership. If you are interested in this role, you should be able to demonstrate past success in a management role, be an […]

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Also in GB2RS this week…

| January 29, 2016

The AggieSat4 satellite carrying the University of Texas CubeSat Bevo-2 is expected to be deployed from the International Space Station on January 29. Both have amateur radio payloads. After release, AGS4 will eject Bevo-2 and perform relative navigation tasks as well as take pictures of the release of Bevo-2. The IARU has coordinated these frequencies […]

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