VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society Website

VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society Website

VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society Website

VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society

VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society

VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society Website

VMARS

The Vintage & Military Amateur Radio Society Website

Event Photographs & Video

2018 War & Peace show

Photographs VMARS member David Coles, M0IDF who appears in period guise, complete with the ubiquitous pipe, in his excellent re-creation of a WW2 field signals station.Some very fine equipment on display here, including an immaculate looking and quite rare New Zealand ZC1 transceiver, a national HRO receiver, an R109 receiver and field telephone sets. A small portable typewriter is ready for writing up message reports.The R109 looks like it's tuned to the VMARS working frequency of 3615kc/s. Very nice.













 

VMARS at the RSGB National Hamfest held at Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire

Photographs Robin Maddison G0GNE

VMARS Members and their partners enjoy a convivial evening at the Ship Inn, Dunwich on  Friday evening before an AGM

L to R - Martin M0MGA, Emma, Peter G8CDC, Carolyn, Tony G3YYH, Ian F4VSC, Glenis G6DVU and Bronek M0DAF

A Royal Air Force Cold War Operations Room preserved at the RAF Neatishead Museum


Members attending an AGM

 


A members special luncheon following one of the VMARS regular auctions - Feb.15

 
VMARS Publications Manager Bronek Wedzicha delivering a presentation at the luncheon
Above and below, VMARS Members at the special lunch

 

 
Committee Members at an Annual General Meeting
VMARS stand at the National Hamfest, Newark
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