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Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society

Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society

Last Published 27 April 2016


Members who would like to carry out this challenging but rewarding job should contact any member of Council or RAFARS Newsdesk. See the Council Members contact details.

Vital Qualities – Must be able to use MS Office or similar. To use a Desk Top Publisher would be a bonus.

You will liaise with the printers who, at present, design the pages from articles, photographs and advice provided by the editor. A good knowledge of written English and its grammar is desirable to sub edit submissions. Able to commission articles from RAFARS Members and other radio hams.

Until a new editor is appointed, please send all articles, news and photos to:
The QRV Editor, c/o RAFARS HQ, RAF Cosford, Wolverhampton WV7 3EX

The aims of the Society are to promote and foster amateur radio activities within the Royal Air Force and through Amateur Radio, to maintain and foster the close bonds that exist between radio amateurs serving in the Royal Air Force and those who have retired from, or have close links with, the Royal Air Force.