Special Event Net to be held Nov. 11

On Veterans Day, Nov. 11, the American Legion headquarters staff and station K9TAL will anchor our annual “special event” net, using call sign N9V, honoring our nation’s veterans. Amateur operators who log contact N9V (or any of our affiliated stations around the country) will be eligible to receive a special certificate for their “radio shack.”
The American Legion National Salute to America's Veterans
Saturday, Nov. 11, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time [1800Z to 2359Z]
The American Legion Amateur Radio Club (TALARC) will operate special event stations using the call sign N9V [November-Niner-Veteran]. The purpose of this special event is to underscore the importance of Veterans Day via the amateur radio community and acknowledge the honorable nature of military service.
Any ham radio operator who contacts a station is eligible to receive a QSL card and a commemorative certificate to document their participation.
N9V Special Event StationsN9V/WA3DVO, QTH: MD
40m, 7.225 MHz (+/- 5 KHz) LSB
Control Station:
N9V, QTH: Indiana (K9TAL)
2m, K9DC 147.315 Repeater at Indianapolis on IRLP Node 9735
EchoLink *CROSSRDS* Conference node
To receive a QSL card and certificate after working N9V, send your name, address, call sign and a 9x12-inch self-addressed stamped envelope to The American Legion Amateur
20m, 14.275 MHz (+/- 5 KHz) USB
Control Stations:
Radio Club, c/o The American Legion, 700 N. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
All hams are welcome to check into this special event, whether TALARC members or not.
More information about TALARC [call sign K9TAL], The American Legion and club membership for eligible wartime veterans is at www.legion.org/hamradio.