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This web site was developed to provide up to date information to Internet users, particularly ARRL members in North Carolina on activities of radio amateurs, the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), including the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES®) in North Carolina.
HTML pages on this site are mostly created by the webmaster, some by others, using the
The NCARRL web site is here primarily for the NC ARRL members, not for the
ARRL, the officers, or the webmaster. We already know the information that we are trying
If any user has a suggestion about the site, we want to know about it. If whatever
your request happens to be is in any way possible, we will do our best to get it online. If
you as a user find any kind of error, a misspelled word, an outdated or
inaccurate fact, or bad a link, do not assume that it's already been reported. Instead, please
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The North Carolina Section
CreditsThe following are responsible for the NC ARRL Web site.
Marv Hoffman, WA4NC
North Carolina Section Manager
Tom Brown, N4TAB
North Carolina Section Emergency Coordinator
Susan Jones, WA4AKB
This site would not be possible without the input from many other contributors and reviewers. All ARRL NC Section Officials provide and revise content for their respective areas. In addition to those listed above this also includes Steve Misel, K4WEB for ARES® content, Dave Roy, W4DNA for NTS content, Virginia Enzor, and NC4VA for SKYWARN conten. Herb Lacey, W3HL, Carl Starnes, W4EAT, Dave Langley, W4YDY, and Weldon Fields, W4AJT have assisted with the History Section. Many others, some outside of this organization, also help with content and provide photos.
David McGough, KB4FXC and Bill Murrell, AD4DN donate web site hosting.
Former webmasters: Errol Casey, KD4IHW, Steve Perry, KB4FXE, and John Covington W4CC (SK)
Former NC Section Managers: Karl Bowman, W4CHX, Tim Slay, N4IB, John Covington, W4CC, and Reed Whitten, AB4W
Former Section Emergency Coordinator: Bernie Nobles, WA4MOK and Mark Cantrell, KD4IMA for Tar Heel Emergency Net content.