This ARRL affiliated club was founded in 1916 and incorporated in 1919. Membership is open to all licensed amateur radio operators in good standing and anyone who is interested in amateur radio and would like to get a license.

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The Field Day 2015 page is now open via clicking the above logo and or the Club Time Line. Updates will appear often as we draw closer to the last weekend in June.

A CLUB TECHNICIAN LICENSE CLASS COMING
For those that do not have an amateur radio license yet, Club director Steve Ferrario, N0XOY will be conducting a Technician Class three day event starting Friday, July 31st and completing with an examination session on Sunday August 2nd. Additional details are available in a pdf flyer. Click here to download.

THE CLUB'S FIRST 2 METER QSO PARTY HAPPENING THIS SUMMER
Robert Klahn AD6I is coordinating the club's first VHF QSO party to take place on Saturday, August 29th. It will be a lot of fun. Details will follow as they become available. Click the dedicated timeline page often for details here.

ANNUAL MUSEUM SHIPS WEEKEND SPECIAL EVENT JUST AROUND THE CORNER
Even thought this is not a club event, if you have a General or higher FCC license and a little HF experience, you might want to consider volunteering to take a shift aboard the USS Pampanito World War II submarine, during the Annual Museum Ships Weekend, June 6 & 7.
Time is running out, so contact Michael K6MLF at: fischer@igc.org to volunteer for a shift.  Include your call sign, FCC license level and how much HF experience you have.
To learn more about the Museum Ships radio event go to: http://www.nj2bb.org/museum/
To learn about the USS Pampanito go to: http://www.qsl.net/nj6vt/
Also, check out this youtube video taken on board the submarine:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNTkzL4d1Ew
That's Michael K6MLF in the dark blue USS Pampanito hat, Rem K6BBQ (cinematographer) in the tan hat, and me, when I was KI6NYQ, in the emerald green hat with the 3-leaf clover on the back, having a hard time with a DX contact.  I had the camera and was "filming" while Rem K6BBQ was on the radio.  There is a rare recording of Marvin, who always said "the boat was his".  May he Rest in Peace.  He is truly missed on board The USS Pampanito.

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