Field Day Preparations

We will be having a work day on Saturday April 26, 2014 at the Lock Two Park club house. We hope to power wash the outside and then just a general clean up inside getting ready for Field Day. We will start at 9am. Anyone who would like to help is more than welcome.

If there are any changes before then we’ll let you know as soon as possible.

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80th Anniversary Proclamation

The Nashville Amateur Radio Club received a proclamation celebrating our 80th year from the state of Tennessee. It was presented by Rep. Joshua Evans KG4JNW. The full album is on our Google+ page.

80th Anniversary Proclamation by Rep. Joshua Evans KG4JNW

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W1AW/4 portable operation March 20, 2014

Added pictures from the W1AW/4 ARRL Centennial QSO Party special event on the Clubs Google+ page.

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MS Walk 2014 LP Field

Added pictures from the MS Walk 2014 held at LP Field on the Clubs Google+ page.

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Information Net for March 3

How to Use a Fire Extinguisher

Read by: RICK N9GRW

There is a high chance of your encountering an out-of-control fire at least once in your life, so knowing how to use a fire extinguisher is an important skill to be able to resort to. This article explains the process of using a fire extinguisher in an emergency.


  1. Call for help before attempting to extinguish a serious fire. The fire may take hold much faster than you’re capable of dealing with it, and if help is on the way, it removes one less concern for you.
    • Call, or have someone else call, 911 in North America, 999 in the United Kingdom, 112 in the European Union and many other countries (or the appropriate emergency number for your country) as soon as possible. Ask for the fire service to come immediately, giving your address and a brief description of the type of fire.
    • Check that all other people are out of the house and have them remove pets as well. Check that they’re all assembled at a safe meeting point. Do not allow children to attempt to use a fire extinguisher or control a fire in any respect whatsoever.
    • Realize that reacting to a fire requires a sound process of decision-making that children and some adults may not be capable of coping with their panic.[1] Prior training on correct use can alleviate some of the concern here.
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