~National Hurricane Net (Day: 14.325, Night 7.268), continuous during active hurricanes~

Brightleaf Amateur Radio Club,
Greenville NC.  Net Schedule here
Wayne County Amateur Radio Association, Goldsboro NC.  Net Schedule here
Pamlico Amateur Radio Society, Oriental NC.  Net Schedule here
Pamlico Amateur Radio Club, Washington NC.  Net Schedule here
Onslow Amateur Radio Club, Jacksonville NC. 
Net Schedule here
New Bern Amateur Radio Club, New Bern NC.  Net Schedule here
Kinston Amateur Radio Society, Kinston NC.  Net Schedule here
Johnston Amateur Radio Society, Smithfield NC
Fessenden Amateur Radio Society, Hatteras Island NC. 
Net Schedule here
North Carolina Radio Group, Cherryville NC
Albemarle Amature Radio Society, Elizabeth City NC
Mecklenburg Amateur Radio Society, Charlotte NC
Lexington Amateur Radio Club, Lexington NC. 
Net Schedule here
Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Club, Hendersonville NC.  Net Schedule here
Lenoir Amateur Radio Club, Lenoir NC.  Net Schedule here
Hamstead Hams, Pender County NC.  Net Schedule here
Carolina DX Association, Charoltte NC
Cary Amateur Radio Club, Cary NC
Durham FM Association, Durham NC
Shelby Amateur Radio Club, Shelby  NC
Forsyth Amateur Radio Club, Winston-Salem NC. 
Net Schedule here
Charlotte Amateur Radio Club, Charlotte NC
Raleigh Amateur Radio Society, Raleigh NC. 
Net Schedule here
Azalea Coast Amateur Radio Club, Wilmington NC.  Net Schedule here
Tar River Amateur Radio Club ~ Rocky Mount NC. 
Student Amateur Radio Society ~ NC State University
The Amateur Radio Club of UNC ~ Charlotte NC
Cape fear Amateur Radio Society ~ Fayetteville NC. 
Net Schedule here
High Point Amateur Radio Club ~ High Point NC
Union  County Amateur Radio Club ~ Wesley Chapel NCNet Schedule here

The 3905 Century Club Net
South Coast Amateur Radio Service
East Coast Amateur Radio Service
The Rare Ones of New Orleans ~ "They all ask'd for you"
International Morse Preservation Society (FISTS)
eHam Dot Net
Parks on the Air ~ Ham radio in National/State Parks
Beaches on the Air ~ Wasting away again in Margarittaville
Youth on the Air ~ Young amateur operators in the Americas
Boats on the Air ~ Boats and ham radio
Morse Chat ~ Hone your skills by chatting with other hams in CW
Ham Community Forum ~ "Camaraderie. Collaboration. Contribution."
NA5B WebSDR ~ Listen to ham radio from your PC
Current Ham Radio Propogation Conditions (updated every 3 hours)
FCC Universal Licensing System
NC ARRL Volunteer Examiner Session Counts
U.S. Traffic and Awards net ~ 40 meters
The Old Man International Sideband Society (OMISS)
Treasure Coast Net ~ Florida to New York
RV Radio Network ~ Keeping in touch on the road
Carribean Amateur Radio Society (Jamaica, Mon!)
The Chit Chat Net ~ 40 meters
Tarheel Emergency Net
Waterway Radio & Crusing Club Net
National Traffic System (4th Region) Net Schedule here
Triple H Net ~ Founded in 1976
OMIK Amateur Radio Association ~ Founded August 17th, 1952
Country Hams Net
Nighthawks Amateur Radio Net
Nuts, Bolts, and Screws Net
North American Traffic & Awards Net (NATA)
North American QRP Club ~ dot dot dit dit stuff
Straight Key Century Club ~more dot dot dit dit stuff
Ham Universe
Carolina 440 UHF Link System ~ Network of linked NC UHF repeaters
The Possum Trot Net
Net Schedule here

Amateur Radio Supplies
Mr Solar ~ Solar Panels for hams
Renogy ~ Solar Energy Products
DX Enineering
QRZ dot com
Repeater Book ~ Find repeaters in your area
QSL dot net ~ Free web hosting for Hams
Chester press ~ Your source for custom printed QSL cards

Carteret Count Web EOC System
~ Carteret County NC
WinLink Webmail Login ~ Check your WinLink email online
NC Auxiliary Communications (AUXCOM)
NC Training Exercise Response Management System (NC TERMS)
National Weather Service Morehead City/Newport NC

Fax Zero
~ Send a fax for free
Best Crosswords ~ Online and free
KD3Y Homepage ~ The webmasters homepage

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Boatwatch is a network of amateur radio operators that searches for people lost at sea.
The mission of BoatWatch is to maintain a worldwide network of resources to aid mariners
that are missing or overdue; have a boat stolen; or to whom urgent messages need to be relayed.
All boaters with high frequency SSB radios aboard should know that the 20 meter amateur frequency of 14.300 MHz
is active for about eighteen hours a day and is always available for emergency assistance.