April 19, 2022
Year 6, Week 4
April 13, 2022
The K5TAL net on 80 meters was opened at 7 pm (0000z) on 3.862 MHz and had 13 check-ins. I will also take check-ins via WinLink any time between Wednesday and Friday on WinLink address email@example.com. Practice your WinLink skills and use the net check-in template.
WV5Q DON MS
W4WLF TOM MS
KF5FWR BENNIE MS
WV1Q AL MS
AA1NA KIRK MS
W4IOD ODIS KY
KF4FMQ MIKE KY
K3KZU DENNIS KY
KY4KD KEN KY
KR4SH RICHARD FL
KG5REW WAYNE MS
AJ5P LESTER MS
KB5AGW TERRI MS
Every Monday at 7 pm CST, another 80 meter net is conducted by Art, W5ATK from Enterprise, Ala. Net is on 3.865 LSB.
Post 275, Glenarden, Md., is experimenting with the HF net that has been conducted on the second Saturday of each month. For a trial period of three months, the net has moved to 40 meters at 7.275 and will operate a two-hour net from 10 am to noon, Eastern time. See N3TAL on QRZ.com for QSL info.
The Post 46 Wilderness Road American Legion holds a monthly D-Star net on the first Monday of every month at 8 pm EST on Ref 56C, and EchoLink Node of KY4RW-L. Early check-ins are accepted ½ hour before net starts.
Post 275, Upper Marlboro, holds a monthly Wires-X on the third Tuesday of every month on Room 21433 at 7 pm EST.
All American Legion nets and frequencies can be found at www.legion.org/hamradio.
Post 42 in Bardstown, Ky., began a weekly TALARC net using the WinLink system. More information about Post 42’s WinLink operations is on the TALARC website at www.legion.org/hamradio.
Another new net opportunity is brought to us by Post 76 in Las Vegas. They will conduct operations every Monday at 7 pm Pacific time on All-Star Node 44045 and on EchoLink on Node 740664.
If you would like more information on military history, visit HTTPS://thisdayinusmilhist.wordpress.com.
For God and Country
Don Rand WV5Q