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Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club Moto

Committed to Deliver Quality Fraternity Leadership, Dependable Community Projects, Critical Emergency Communication to Save Lives And Have A Lasting Positive Impact on Communities.

Get Involved!

Help the Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club achieve positive community goals, in:
1). Educational IEEE Programs,
2). Emergency Auxiliary Community Radio Communications,
3). Community Engagements,
4). Disaster Relief,
5). Youth ARRL Services,
6). Much more Community Programs,
7). Donation Form.

SUPPORT THE FORT WARD AMATEUR RADIO CLUB LEADERSHIP

Revised August 27, 2021




Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club intent is to restore building 162 to 1943 US Navy Decor, for use as Fwarc Headquarters:

  • Clubhouse,
  • Emergency Auxiliary Communications Dispatch Center,
  • Community Conference Center,
  • Youth IEEE Educational Classes,
  • Northwest Repeater Group,
  • Social Network
  • US Navy Radio Museum

    FORT WARD AMATEUR RADIO CLUB HEADQUARTERS

    FUTURE FWARC CLUBHOUSE & NAVAL RADIO MUSEUM

    Need to raise $175 Million





    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club communications radio tower that would be used primarily by the clubhose members, amateur radio pacific northwest repeater groups, auxiliary emergency & disaster communications, 200-foot tower will be located adjacent Fwarc Headquarters/clubhouse.

    Construction will cost about $360,000, and it will carry the potential for cellphone or construction companies to rent spots for communication, meaning that the tower could become a revenue source that pays for itself.

    Fwarc communications tower will allow those using it to communicate at ultra high frequency (UHF), very high frequency (VHF)and High Frequency (HF),including microwave transmission.

    FWARC CLUBHOUSE TRANSMISSION TOWER

    Need to raise $400,000





    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club satellite communications radio tower that would be used primarily by the clubhose members, amateur radio pacific northwest repeater groups, auxiliary emergency & disaster communications, 200-foot tower will be located adjacent Fwarc Headquarters/clubhouse.

    Satellite tower will cost about $500,000. and it will carry amateur radio satellite communication.

    Fwarc communications tower will allow those using it to communicate at ultra high frequency (UHF), very high frequency (VHF)and High Frequency (HF),including microwave and satellite transmission.

    FWARC CLUBHOUSE SATELLITE TRANSMISSION TOWER

    Need to raise $550,000





    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club, Emergency Auxiliary Tactical Communications Tractor & (55ft) Trailers Unit for the most challenging emergency missions,for deploy anywhere.

    Mobile command Tactical Communications Tractor & (55ft) Trailers will provide logistics feature a wide range of equipment including computer-equipped workstations, conference rooms, radio dispatch rooms, bunk roon, food storage and bathrooms, along with voice, video and data communication systems.

    Tactical Communications Tractor & Trailers

    MOBILE AUXILIARY COMMAND COMMUNICATIONS VEHICLE

    Need to raise $250,000





    PYRAMID SVR-252 MOBILE REPEATER

    Need to raise $300





    Tait vision is to create safer, more proactive organizations by redefining the boundaries of critical communications.

    Tait 50 years experience in critical communications, Tait is passionate about critical communications. Tait aim is to be at the cutting edge of critical communications, to give Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club reliable critical communications that provide dependable and positive ways in Fwarc organizational communications capacitiess .

  • CW,
  • AM,
  • FM,
  • SSB.

    Hallicrafters HA-6 requires an external power supply model P-26, power output is 60 watts PEP on SSB, CW, FM and 15 watts AM.

    HALLICRAFTERS HA-6 FREQUENCY TRANSVERTER

    Need to raise $600





    Bainbridge Island, Washington on early morning of December 7,1941, Fort Ward Naval Radio Station, known as the "S" Station, Intercepted a radio message from Tokyo, Japan.

    This radio signal interception, marked the begining of United State Entering World War II, with attack on Pearl Harbor

    HONORING THE WWII FORT WARD RADIOMEN CEREMONIAL WREATH

    FORT WARD NAVAL RADIO STATION PEARL HARBOR INTERCEPTION

    Need to raise $5,000





    Fort Ward Amateur Rado Club Veterans Day “Navy Veterans Bugle Call" service and sacrifice. As Islanders we must always maintain the vision for the future of Veterans. Putting the Veteran at the center, on Bainbridge Island Veterans Day we as a community continue to honor Fort Ward Army Post and Naval Radio Station all who served our nation in war time, while focusing on the next generation of Veterans.

    Let's Celebrate Bainbridge Island, Fort Ward Naval Radio Station History and veterans that honorable served our nation.

    Navy Veterans Bugle Call

    VETERANS DAY FLAPJACK BREAKFAST

    Need to raise $3,000





    FORT WARD NAVY ARMED FORCES DAY STREET FAIR

    Need to raise $3,000





    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club Station Operators should look for activity on 40, 20, and 15 meters, where propagation is expected.

    Participating in Independance Day Celebration is the fabric of our nation, having a parade float the sybolize the Island Naval History.

  • You better watch out You better not cry You better not pout I'm telling you why

  • Santa Claus is coming to town He's making a list, He's checking it twice, He's gonna find out who's naughty or nice

  • Santa Claus is coming to town He sees you when you're sleeping And he knows when you're awake He knows if you've been bad or good So be good for goodness sake

  • You better watch out! You better not cry You better not pout, I'm telling you why 'Cause Santa Claus is coming to town Oh let's go! He sees you when you're sleeping

  • And he knows when you're awake He knows if you've been bad or good So be good for goodness sake You better watch out!

  • You better not cry You better not pout, I'm telling you why Santa Claus is coming to town

  • You better watch out! You better not cry You better not pout, I'm telling you why Santa Claus is coming I mean the big fat man with the long white beard Is coming to town

    Santa Cluss Comes to Bainbridge Island

    WINSLOW CHRISTMAS PARADE

    Need to raise $9,000

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    The recognition of Navy Recognition of Memorial Day originated in 1868, when General John A. Logan proclaimed a “Decoration Day” to honor the union soldiers lost during the Civil War. Since then, the recognition has expanded as a day of remembrance of navy personnel and for all service men and women who have lost their lives in all American wars.

    To the Sailors, Marines, and civilians in the Navy and Marine Corps team, this Memorial Day please take a moment to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

    From the Sailors aboard Old Ironsides to the Marines at Belleau Wood, and all who forged the unbroken chain through the fierce battles across the Pacific, through the bitter cold of Chosin Reservoir and the searing heat of the Central Highlands, from the seafloor to the sky through the twilight struggle and across the distant battlefields of the War on Terror. We salute and remember them all.

    Today, and every day, remember the true price of freedom, and the debt we can never repay. Remember where we came from, and on whose shoulders we stand. Make your service worthy of their sacrifice. It is an honor to serve at your side.

    Released by the Honorable Thomas W. Harker, Acting Secretary of the Navy.

    MEMORIAL DAY NAVY BAND CONCERT

    Need to raise $10,000





    Member States of UNESCO Proclaimed World Radio Day in 2011 and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2012 as an International Day, February 13 became World Radio Day (WRD).

    Wireless Radio is a powerful medium for celebrating humanity in all its diversity and constitutes democratic technology revolution. The global radio Transmissions remains the most widely consumed electronic technology. This unique ability to reach out the widest audience means radio can shape our community, our society and applied technology experience of electronic diversity to be represented and heard. Radio stations should serve diverse communities, offering a wide variety of programs, viewpoints, content and emergency communicatiuons, and reflect the diversity of electronic audiences in their organizations and operations.

    Big Band Making Waves

    WORLD RADIO DAY DANCE PARTY

    Need to raise $6,000





    The invention of the radio dates back to the late 1800s, with many inventors experimenting and participating in role to creating wireless evolution. The wireless evolution included both transmission and reception, along applied technology. The radio somewhat evolved from the telegraph and the telephone, with wireless telegraph, radioteletype directly contributing to wireless inventions, leading to computer electronic age.

    Celebrating National Radio Day is easy listening, with your favorite radio stations(High Frequencty Shortware or VHF?UHS FM local stations). Give radio station, radio community history or radio club personalities a little recognition.

    Shortwave Radio BBQ

    NATIONAL RADIO DAY BBQ

    Need to raise $7,0000





    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club/FWARC operating expense is an expense Fwarc incurs through its normal nonprofit business operations. Fwarc operating expenses include rent, equipment, inventory costs, marketing, payroll, insurance, step costs,education, disaster relief, emergency response and funds allocated for research and development.

    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club/FWARC start up operating expense are necessary to perform the the dues for a successful community programs.

    GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSE FUND

    Need to raise $ 10,000





    Disatster tragedies affect, thousands of communities and inhabants every year, from devastating storms, earthquakes, wildfires, mudslides, building calapase, terrorist attacks and many other community disasters. Disaster victims are often left in dire need of food, emergency shelter, clean water, electricity, access to critical medical care and critical communictions. Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club Charitable and the Center for Emergency Disaster Philanthropy will work together to provide generous support with a convenient way to extend helping hand.

    Past disasters teach us about disaster current crisis, and what Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club can do to prepare for the inevitable fact of other emerging crises. Your involvement will help, by supporting our disaster community leadership.

    Ready To Giving a Helping Hand

    DISASTER RELEIF FUNDS

    Need to raise $ 10 Millon





    Electrical and electronics engineering helps youths and family understand wireless technology indrustry, design, repair, analysis and develop electrical and electronic equipment.

    Electrical and electronics engineering youths and family work closely with FCC/ARRL IEEE engineers, instructors and technicians. They work primarily in classroom settings, engineering services, the federal government, research-and-development laboratories, and the utilities industry. Electrical engineering classroom instructors and technicians perform various testing, repair and analysis tasks for electrical equipment.

    Electrical-Electronic-Engineering Experience

    YOUTH AND FAMILY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

    Need to raise $500,000





    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club Blood Drive recognizes the need for blood donors throughout the medical and research communities for providing a high quality of products and services to our hospital, military and community life saving programs. Bring the Blood Drive to Bainbridge Island, requires building space, medical equipment and management capacibilities and funding, to make this "Fwarc Communitity Program", work for all citizens.

    Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club Blood Drive will be known for our commitment to quality public services, our community strength in orgainizing Bainbridge Island Blood Drive Center, with our expertise and passion for saving lives. We are also proud to serve the Bainbridge island Ladership Positions, that enhance the community blood drive capacity and significance in the greater health care of our island community.


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