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[rec.scouting.*] Scouting Around the World Pt. 2 (FAQ 8)
Section - Scouting on the Air: Radio Amateur Scout Technical Info

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Date: 15 Feb 93 16:05:59 PST
The information I have is that there are two International Scout Nets
operating regularly - the European one on 14.290khz on Saturdays at
0930 GMT and the World net on Saturdays on 21.360khz at 1800 GMT.  I
received this via JOTA in 1988 (I have been organizing a JOTA station
for the District for the last 8 years and have been an Amateur Radio
for the last year).

Date: 26 Apr 1995
SB SPCL ARL ARLX036 ARLX036
BSA Net/JOTA news

Boy Scouts of America is establishing a new net called BSA Net,
International. It will meet every Sunday at 2030 UTC on 14.290 MHz.
KB8OCC will act as net control.

Thanks to David Michelson, KB8OCC, for the preceding information.



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