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Updated  April 15, 218 1537 CDT

 USCG Amateur Radio SSB Pre-Net - Saturday 1700 UTC/1100 EDT 14.327 mHz
USCG Amateur Radio Primary SSB Net - Saturday 1800 UTC/1200 EDT 14.300 mHz
                                   USCG Amateur Radio SSB Post-Net - Saturday 1900 UTC/1300 EDT 14.327 mHz
USCG CW Operators Assn ZUT Net - Thursday 1730 UTC/1130 EDT 14.052 mHz


Net Control for the SSB Net on April 21 will be W5CGC from Southlake, TX.  The next CW Net is on April 19 from K7ZUT in Port Angeles, WA.

MRD 2018 14 April 1200 UTC to 15 April 2200 UTC

The Maritime Radio Day is being held annually to remember the nearly 90 years of wireless service for seafarers. Since its beginning in 1900, Maritime Radio was in use mainly until the end of 1999.

The MRD is open to all Amateur Radio Stations. Special stations (like Coastal radios and ship’s call signs) can participate to the MRD only if operated by former Commercial or Navy operators, or by radio technicians who worked in the installation and/or maintenance of naval equipments.

If you are a former Merchant Marine Radio Operator or former ship’s Electronic Technician please subscribe to this event automatically trough the following website http://www.mrd.seefunker.eu/mrd_registry.php or by communicating your Amateur Radio callsign and last ship of last coast radio you served to R/O Rolf Marschner at: dl9cm@t-online.de




        



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