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Thank you for visiting the WW2NO QRZ page.  WW2NO is a vanity call sign for the Jefferson Amateur Radio Club.  The primary call sign of the Jefferson Amateur Radio Club is W5GAD.  The club uses the WW2NO call sign for special events.  Our next special event will be the activation of PT-305 for Museum Ships Weekend on June 3 - 4, 2017.

WW2NO Special Event Information

Activation of PT-305 for Museum Ships Weekend June 3rd and 4th 2017 

Club members will be operating HF stations from the PT-305 Boathouse at South Shore Harbor on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The event is an international event hosted by the Battleship New jersey Amateur Radio Station, www.nj2bb.org.

PT-305 Museum Ships Weekend QSL Information

The club will have a custom color QSL card for this special event.  Please QSL direct with a SASE and non-US stations include a SASE with an IRC when requesting a QSL card from WW2NO.  QSL cards will not be returned without a SASE. QSL to:

PO BOX 73665
Metairie, LA 70033

PT-305 - USS Sudden Jerk

Built in New Orleans by Higgins Industries, the patrol-torpedo (PT) boat PT-305 was a critical asset for the US Navy during World War II, serving in European waters from 1944 to the end of the war. Heavily armed, equipped with advanced technology, uniquely maneuverable, often ingeniously modified, and reliant on cooperation and teamwork, PT boats were a perfect naval expression of the American Spirit at war. With small crews within collaborative 12-ship squadrons, they were also the home to a colorful collection of Navy sailors and a dramatic backdrop for moving personal stories of war, including the trials of cramped quarters, the terrifying thrill of combat, and humorous tales of shore-leave escapades.

When she was acquired by The National WWII Museum, PT-305 was in dry dock in Galveston, Texas, and in serious disrepair. In April 2007, accompanied by Museum curators, PT-305 found her way back to New Orleans, where The National WWII Museum became her home on land until she could be restored to her former glory.

Experience history like never before aboard PT-305 with a ride or a deck tour.  PT-305 the world’s only fully restored combat-veteran PT boat in operation today!  www.pt305.org


Jefferson Amateur Radio Club Information

The Jefferson Amateur Radio Club or (JARC) was originally founded in 1956.  JARC is located just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana in the suburb of Metairie.  JARC occupies a building within Wally Pontiff Jr Playground.  The club operates a wide array of HF/VHF/UHF equipment and several repeaters to include Analog, DStar and Fusion Systems.

The JARC is one of fourteen VEC groups in the country authorized by the FCC as a Volunteer Exam Coordinator(VEC).  JARC administers examinations on a monthly basis. 

JARC is dedicated to promoting the amateur radio hobby as well as being there in times of need for our community.  For more information about the JARC please visit our website at www.W5GAD.org , our QRZ page under the call sign of W5GAD, our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/W5GAD/ or our Twitter account at https://twitter.com/w5gad.

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