Hello, my name
is Dennis Bombardiere, W8YS, and I live in
Marion County, WV. We are maintaining this Web Site to keep amateur radio operators informed
of various activities, and to provide information to those who might want to
volunteer their services if and when an emergency situation develops.
We hope that time never comes, but when it does, we must be prepared.
Let us not forget that amateur
radio got its start as a public service. Amateur radio exists today because
it is a public service.
Traffic and Training Nets
West Virginia Fone Net: Daily at 22:00 UTC on 3.810 MHz..
Don't forget--the West Virginia Ares/Races Net meets the first Thursday of every month, immediately following the 22:00 UTC WV Fone Net, on 3.810 Mhz.
If you want to save the list for later reference, "right"-click on this file: "arl_msgs.pdf" and choose, "Save Target As". Choose your desktop, or a convenient place to save this ARL Numbers list where you can find it whenever you need to reference it.
We have noticed many mistakes on traffic received on the WV Fone
Net. Most of those mistakes are caused by failure to use the proper
traffic handling procedures. To handle traffic better and cut down on