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Here’s some more late info on the disappearance and search for Ameiia Earhart. From Livescience.com The Man Who Found the Titanic Just Ended His Search for Amelia Earhart’s Lost Plane
RACES Officers Announced by COR Emergency Coordinator Scott Greeson KG5MKC #races
Dave Cummings – ARO Membership
Bill Richards – ARO Training
Andrew Koenig – ARO Equipment
Ken Noblitt is still serving as the Deputy Radio Officer. Scott will continue to cover the RO duties until further notice.
We had a great general meeting Monday which included a guest speaker who talked about the life and disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan.
The story continues. See the post below and link to CNN News site.
From CNN: Researchers hope DNA testing may finally prove whether bones found on a remote island were Amelia Earhart’s
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The Richardson Wireless Klub has been an ARRL affiliated club since 1952. We serve the Richardson community by providing self-supporting special event and emergency communication networks. The RWK also promotes amateur radio to the public in Richardson and the surrounding area as a useful, life-long hobby.
Our club is comprised of individual amateur radio operators (hams) with a wide range of interests and skills. We strive to increase the number and quality of fellowship and amateur radio learning opportunities. Our membership includes hams in Richardson and the surrounding communities, ranging from teenagers to radio pioneers in their 80s and beyond!
The RWK provides an organizational structure and opportunities that assist members to maximize their knowledge and enjoyment of amateur radio through fun, fellowship and unique learning experiences. The RWK is a 501(c)3 non-profit Corporation.