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Testing Schedule & Info.
Welcome & hello,
I am W4GLW George Williams a contact V.E. for the A.R.R.L here in the Norton, Va. area.
This page is designed to inform you of the times, dates, and or locations of my Amateur Radio Test sessions is to be held. This web page will be updated as the sessions information needs to be announced. Also this web page has contact information so persons interested in taking or inquiring about a test session can do so easy.
Some of my information:
W4GLW Class: Extra
Contact me via
e-mail or 2 meter radio?
146.865 - shift Norton, Va. Repeater 103.5 tone
George's up coming testing session
Some Amateur Radio
Operators may monitor
Walk ins welcome.
Reminder: Bring original
license or C.S.C.E and copies of both along with picture ID. If you can, bring
exact change for the testing fees of $12.00
Click Below for A.R.R.L listing of this session.
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Amateurs may renew their FCC-issued licenses "on line" via the FCC web using FCC ULS. FCC permits on-line renewals at 90 days or less before a license will expire. If a license is already expired, but is within the FCC's two-year grace period for renewal, the FCC will not accept an on-line application--but they will continue to accept Form 605 requests for renewal when submitted by mail to: FCC, 1270 Fairfield Rd, Gettysburg PA 17325-7245.
Amateurs may continue to renew their licenses within 90 days before the license expiration date, or within the two-year license grace period after expiration, using FCC Form 605 by mail to: FCC, 1270 Fairfield Rd, Gettysburg PA 17325-7245.
The FCC will be resuming their mailing of notifications to amateurs just prior to their license expiration. The FCC says their service will resume in late 1999.
FCC-license renewals are FREE (no renewal charge or fee is required by FCC).
Presently, expiration notices are sent from ARRL HQ to ARRL Members only! These ARRL-Member-only notices include a cover letter with instructions for renewing electronically or by mail, an FCC Form 605 with instructions, and an envelope addressed to FCC. ARRL Members may also choose to forward their hardcopy, signed Forms 605 to HQ (to the ARRL/VEC, 225 Main St, Newington CT 06111) and we will process them electronically (this FREE service is for ARRL Members only!). Expiration notices are also sent to all amateurs from the W5YI Group in Dallas TX (handling fee is charged for their service).