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Special Event For Anzac Day

Date : 06 / 04 / 2010
Author : Robert Broomhead - VK3DN

Australian and New Zealand radio hams will be operating on ANZAC Day – Sunday April 25 - as an Amateur radio salute to the servicemen and women in the many conflicts. CW - Morse code - was used as a means of communication during WW2, Korea, Malaysia and even early Vietnam. Museum ships, including the HMAS Whyalla, will be utilised to honour this event.

Whyalla Amateur Radio Club together with the Whyalla Maritime Museum invite you to attend the HMAS Whyalla on ANZAC Day from 12.30 pm (0300 UTC/GMT) to witness and share in the experience of Morse Code communication. Any person interested or having knowledge of Morse code can participate. See how Morse code and radio communications amongst amateur radio experimenters and operators has advanced over the years.

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WARC Anzac Day Flier


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