Dear Friends and Fellow Hams,
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the ARRL Louisiana Section website. This site is dedicated to providing you with information about systems, activities and opportunities for service in ARRL and the Louisiana Section.
Whether you are a visitor interested in becoming a new ham, you just got your license, or a seasoned veteran operator, you will find something in these pages for you. Please browse the various menus and links on the site and you will find a wealth of information.
The Section staff members are listed on the page available from the menu above. You may contact them the with any questions you may have. Our staff can help with information about joining the ARRL or a local club, volunteering for any of the ARRL Field Organization appointments, license testing locations and schedules or any other questions you may have. If we don't have an immediate answer we will steer you to the best resource. Equally, any Louisiana Section Amateur Radio Club officer will be happy to answer questions which you may have about becoming a licensed Amateur Radio Operator.
If you are already licensed, and have technical questions, the ARRL has appointed Technical Specialists listed on the Technical Help Pages, who are committed to help you with technical questions.
Our Webmaster, Ken Standard AD5XJ, continually updates the site when new activities or data becomes available. We even provide an RSS news feed of all activity and news on the site. Feel free to contact our WebMaster with suggestions and updates for the site.
Again, thanks for viewing our website and 73!
Jim Molan, KD5IGG
Louisiana Section Manager
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