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American Legion Radio Club:

Joe March (KJ9M) on October 30, 2012
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The American Legion Amateur Radio Club (TALARC) will run a Special Event Station commemorating Veterans Day on Sunday, November 11 from its downtown Indianapolis station, K9TAL.

Located at the National Headquarters of The American Legion, K9TAL will operate USB on or about 14.270 MHz and occasional CW on or about 21.040, conditions permitting, between 0900 and 1630 EST (1400 to 2130 UTC). Contacts can also be made in the central Indiana area on 146.46 MHz SIMPLEX or via IRLP Node 4816. A TALARC QSL will be sent to stations who contact K9TAL with receipt of a SASE. Details on

Since its inception in May of 2011, The American Legion Amateur Radio Club has grown steadily to nearly a thousand members. Any U.S. military veteran who is a Legionnaire, American Legion Auxiliary or Sons of The American Legion member and holds a valid FCC Amateur Radio License of any class is eligible for free membership in TALARC. Information is available on the clubís website at

The American Legion is the nationís largest wartime veterans organization.

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