Amateur radio operators for HB9S
R. MIDDELKOOP (Middelkoop@FEL.TNO.NL)
Thu, 7 Sep 1995 10:09:59 EDT
Do you have a short-wave amateur radio licence?
No?, skip this message.
Yes?, read on....
The volunteer World Scout Bureau's JOTA team would like some help to
operate the Bureau's station HB9S during the upcoming JOTA (21 - 22
October 1995). If you are:
an experienced short-wave amateur radio operator
a member of a recognized Scout Association
willing to travel to and from Geneva at your own expense
looking for an exiciting weekend "at the other end of the wire"
please get in touch with me or with the HB9S station manager: Yves
Margot, packet address HB9AOF @ HB9IAP.
What we can offer is the following:
lodging during the entire JOTA weekend in Geneva
a tour of the World Scout Bureau on the Friday preceeding JOTA
an international scout atmosphere
the thrill of working pile-ups on the radio for almost a
continueous 48 hours.
First come, first serve. Places are limited to 3 operators maximum.
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TNO Physics and Electronics World Radio Scouting
Laboratory & JOTA Advisor
Den Haag, The Netherlands World Scout Bureau
email: MIDDELKOOP@FEL.TNO.NL packet: PA3BAR@PI8VNW.#ZH2.NLD.EU
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