Lebanon Amateur Radio Club is located in Lebanon, Missouri in
Laclede County. Our monthly meetings are
held at Dowd's Catfish & BBQ on the first Monday of the month at 6:00pm. We have a weekly 2m net on
146.700(pl 88.5) Tuesday nights at 0100Z, 7:00pm or 8:00pm local time depending on Daylight Savings Time.
Everyone is welcome to join in!
We also hold test sessions for all available license classes upon
request. You can find our contact information
on the Contact Page.
ARMY MARS Exercise August 15, 2016
All Amateur Radio operators in area who can be available:
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED, , in a national exercise of the Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS). Army and Air Force MARS operators will come to selected amateur radio VHF frequencies to check whether the utilities are working your county.
This request for your participation comes from MARS Region 7, which includes Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. However, this is a national exercise and all regions will be active. Emergencies do not recognize borders, so if you hear a call within your VHF network or HF, please assist.
During daytime of , MARS operators using their Amateur Radio call signs will make hourly calls on VHF & HF frequencies including 60 meters.
All hams are welcome to participate. If you would like to assist, let us know what county, frequency and time would work best for you. We will send out your information to members in your area for VHF contacts. Email your information to email address below, and/or to Al Franke, NZ2B at ALMARWOL@USA.NET.
MARS operators are hams who maintain a high-tech back-up radio communications network for the United States. For more information, or to join MARS, contact the included email addressees.
Jodie Rouse, KDØLDE
Region Seven Public Affairs Officer