Article Out Loud - Tribal Ham Radio Operators Cut Through the Storm

An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, February 14, 2018. 

In September 2017, the National Tribal Amateur Radio Association (NTARA) – in conjunction with the Fresno Amateur Radio Emergency Services Group and Tulare County Amateur Radio Club – set up and operated Amateur Radio Special Event Station W7NTV during the National Tribal Emergency Management Council (NTEMC) annual conference. Since 2017, the NTARA and the NTEMC have continued to expand their operations to reach communities across the United States and Canada. 

Narrated by Randy Vivian 

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National Tribal Amateur Radio Association

The National Tribal Amateur Radio Association (NTARA) is an Amateur Radio Association dedicated to expanding the role and use of amateur radio in tribal communities. NTARA is open to all licensed amateur radio operators and those who are interested in amateur radio. The goal of NTARA is to provide licensing classes and testing sessions, equipment donations, and work to provide S.T.E.M. as it relates to amateur radio.



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