Thursday, February 17, 2005

America Supports You: Radio Clubs to 'Ham it Up' for Troops: "Ham radio operators and amateur radio clubs plan to 'Ham It Up for the Troops' on May 28 during the second annual Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day to thank active duty, veterans and retired military people for their service and sacrifices to the nation, according to ARMAD's founder and former Air Force sergeant Emery McClendon.

"'ARMAD is a day when all amateur radio operators and amateur radio clubs worldwide are invited to gather at public locations to allow our citizens to express words of thanks and appreciation to our military members and coalition forces in a live format,' said McClendon, who founded and established ARMAD in Fort Wayne, Ind., almost a year ago."

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