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Every April 18, radio amateurs worldwide take to the airwaves in celebration of World Amateur Radio Day. Thanks to the support of enlightened administrations in every part of the globe, radio amateurs are now able to experiment and communicate in frequency bands strategically located throughout the radio spectrum. Faced with a pandemic that forced the adoption of extreme physical isolation to reduce the spread of the virus, the worldwide amateur radio community responded positively to overcome the resulting social isolation. In the days and weeks following the onset of the pandemic radio amateurs reached out spontaneously to one another via the airwaves at the local, national, and global levels. On-the-air activity was at an unprecedented level throughout the remainder of , with record-breaking numbers of entries in the major contests. While the development of effective vaccines offers hope for a return to some semblance of normality later in , the pandemic will still be with us when we mark World Amateur Radio Day This theme offers the opportunity for our member-societies to tailor meaningful messages to the general public about the values of the global amateur radio community.
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As with any organization, younger participants are needed to replace aging members and to grow an entity. Until the s, amateur radio wa Throughout the United States, school systems have reduced the amount of free time for subjects not related to core curricula. The most amou Now that we have identified youth groups inside and outside school settings, what should you tell them?