The October issue of WorldRadio Online is available as a downloadable PDF from CQ Magazine’s site at http://www.cq-amateur.com and click on the WorldRadio Online box. This is the future of publishing with most of the links in the PDF document fully clickable. BTW RAC and Rod Hardman, VE3RHF made news columns in this issue in this brief about the Royal Canadian Army Cadet Radio Network (ACORN). Congratulations Rod and good luck ACORN.
RAC Asked to Help Find Elmer Hams
he Army Cadet League of Ontario, Canada is consider- ing the establishment of a Royal Canadian Army Cadet Radio Network based on amateur radio technology. Dubbed ‘ACORN’, for ‘Army Cadet Ontario Radio Network’, the aim is to support optional training and certification of Army cadets as licensed amateur radio operators throughout Ontario. Radio Amateurs of Canada has been asked to facilitate this project by identifying hams who live in the various pilot areas and who have the interest, time and qualifications to mentors and provide instruction to young would-be hams. Amateurs will also be needed to assist in setting up and managing ama- teur radio stations. Any interested Canadian radio amateur residing in a pilot area is asked to contact Rod Hardman, VE3RHF by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Military experience would be help- ful but is not a requirement. (RAC)