Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society


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Items in the Member Area include an electronic version of the RAFARS Journal 'QRV', a 'spoken' audio version of the journal, a list of members and assorted technical guides

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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

All Radio Amateurs (no requirement to be Ex RAF) are invited to apply for Membership if you have an interest in the RAF, Military aviation and wish to support the aims of the society

After 8 years of diligent service our current Accounts Examiner    (Council appointed post) May Jenkins GW3OMN has decided to step down. RAFARS would like to express sincere thanks to May for fulfilling this role so professionally for such a long period of time. She will of course remain a dedicated member of the Society.   Council are therefore confirming the vacancy and are seeking applications for the position. Experience of accounting or bookkeeping plus working knowledge of Excel or similar spreadsheets is required but the work involved is checking the accuracy of the information provided rather than origination.

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