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Amateur Radio Service

 

Licensing

Military Recreation Stations


A military recreation station license is an amateur service station license granted only to a person who is the license custodian designated by the official in charge of the United States military recreational premises where the station is located. The person need not hold an amateur operator license grant.
 

Obtaining a Military Recreation Station License

A military recreation station license is obtained by filing with a Club Station Call Sign Administrator (CSCSA) (text), an amateur radio organization that has agreed to provide voluntary, uncompensated and unreimbursed services for processing applications. If you are an amateur radio operator and would like to obtain a club station license, contact one of the CSCSAs below:
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111
Contact: Wayne Irwin
P: 860-594-0200
P. O. Box 41
Lexington, NC 27293-0041
Contact: Rae Everhart
P: 336-249-8734
P.O. Box 200065
Arlington, TX 76006-0065
UPS or Fed Ex: 2000 E. Randol Mill Rd., Suite 608-A, Arlington, TX 76011-8208
P: 817-860-3800
P: 800-669-9594
 

Vanity Call Signs

Military Recreation Stations are not eligible for a vanity call sign. See Section 97.19(a).
 
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Last reviewed/updated on
4/5/2013