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  • Scrapbook Equipment
    radio was just one of many different models manufactured by VWOA stalwart Bill Halligan W9AC From a1937 commemorative post card showing Marconi and his yacht the Elletra Paul Forman Godley announcing the first successful trans atlantic transmission using the useless shortwaves Twenty years later the VWOA awarded him a Marconi Medal for this pioneering achievement Mr New York Radio Henry Paulisen using radio direction finding equipment in the early 1950

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  • The 2010 Publications
    you save them to your local hard drive before opening them In Windows you do this by right clicking on the link and using the Save Target As option 2010 Yearbook This is a 4 MByte file We recommend you

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  • 2009 Publications
    size of these PDF files we strongly recommend that you save them to your local hard drive before opening them In Windows you do this by right clicking on the link and using the Save Target As option 2009 VWOA Yearbook Newsletter 54 Newsletter 53 Newsletter 52 Newsletter 51 Newsletter 50 Newsletter 49 Newsletter 48 Coverage of 2009 Annual Awards Luncheon Newsletter 47 Newsletter 46 Newsletter 45 Newsletter 44 Note

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  • 2008 Publications
    that you save them to your local hard drive before opening them In Windows you do this by right clicking on the link and using the Save Target As option VWOA 2008 YEARBOOK 2 MB Newsletter 42 Newsletter 41 Newsletter

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  • 2007 Publications
    files we strongly recommend that you save them to your local hard drive before opening them In Windows you do this by right clicking on the link and using the Save Target As option VWOA 2007 Yearbook 2 MB Newsletter

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  • 2006 Publications
    we strongly recommend that you save them to your local hard drive before opening them 2006 Yearbook 1 Mbyte Newsletter 23 Newsletter 22 Newsletter 21 Newsletter 20 Newsletter 19 Newsletter 18 Newsletter 17 See photos and read the full coverage

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  • 2005 Publications
    recommend that you save them to your local hard drive before opening them 2005 Eightieth Anniversary Yearbook almost 1 MB Newsletter 10 under 215 KB Newsletter 9 under 200 KB Newsletter 8 under 165 KB Newsletter 7 under 185 KB

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  • Awards
    VWOA and has served on the VWOA board of directors since 1986 He is a management consultant with the Solutions Through Technology practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP He holds amateur radio callsign NR1A and is a well known author of many books and magazine articles about technology Herman Arond received the David Kintzer Memorial Award Plaque in recognition of his 16 years of service as Treasurer of the VWOA The citation recognized his avid unselfish cooperation while maintaining high standards of integrity The award was presented to Mr Pleuler by Mrs Jolanda Kintzer widow of David Kintzer Mr Arond is a retired radio officer and high school mathematics teacher In 1989 Mr Arond was awarded the VWOA s highest award the Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Service to honor him for his 24 years as a radio officer in war and peace Francis T Cassidy received an Honorary Life Membership in the VWOA in recognition of his tenth year as Chairman of the VWOA Board of Directors In 1976 Mr Cassidy was awarded the DeForest Audion Memorial Gold Medal in recognition of his engineering achievements patents in cable transmission technology as well as his distinguished business management career with ITT Currently Mr Cassidy is one of the driving forces building the new communications infrastructure in the former Soviet Union 1997 VWOA Award Recipients E dward F Pleuler Jr received the David Kintzer Memorial Award Plaque in recognition of his 15 years of service as Secretary of the VWOA and as editor of the VWOA newsletter The citation recognized his avid unselfish cooperation while maintaining high standards of integrity The award was presented to Mr Pleuler by Mrs Jolanda Kintzer widow of David Kintzer Ed confesses that he enjoys the Secretary s position and Feel I know each and every member as a brother in the communications field Samuel Margolis received the Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement in h0noring a U S Merchant Marine Officer and his techncal operations ashore Sam is a past president of the VWOA having held that office from 1988 through 1991 He first went to sea in 1934 abourd the S S Melrose and remained at sea throughout WW2 In 1946 he came ashore and joined coastal station WSL From 1954 through 1979 he started and ran Southhampton Electronics providing products and services to the marine and public safety community Following the death of his wife in 1979 he sold the business and returned to sea as a Radio Officer until 1992 Robert H McNamara received the Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement in honoring his past services as Chief of the FCC Private Wireless Division Earl Korf received the Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement in honoring a Radio Officer on land at sea and in the air Alexander Zimny received the Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement in honoring his important FCC Government Services 1996 VWOA Award Recipients Henry Paulisen received the David Kintzer Memorial Award Plaque in recognition of his many years of

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