Montana RTO Course Minor Update

The fairgrounds upgraded us to the Art Building, which is the same classroom the course was held in last fall. Everything else remains the same. I'll be on site Friday evening at 1800 so swing by if you can, otherwise I'll see you at 0900 on Saturday. Walk-Ins are still welcome for $350 and the …

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Montana RTO Course, 15-16 June

The deposit period for the RTO Course in Hamilton Montana is over and the class is going to be packed, but if you're still interested in coming out it'll be open to walk-ins for $350 cash per student. We'll be meeting at the Commercial Building of the Hamilton County Fairgrounds. Looking forward to another top …

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From A Reader: PRC-64 HF Test Report From Jungle Conditions, 1967

PRC-64 Test Report In Jungle Conditions Since you teach classes using equipment in said scenarios, I'm forwarding it to you in case you have never read it. A little old, but in my humble opinion (Signal Corp--Vietnam and 50+ year ham), the principles are generally the same, and the equipment "needs" mostly still apply "today". …

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Waylays & Ambushcades: A Free Book On Historical Scouting

He (Jesse Hughes) never worked, but spent his time hunting and scouting. His clothing was colored in the ooze made from the bark of the chestnut oak; he would wear no other color, this shade harmonizing with the forest hues and rendering him less conspicuous to game and Indians. When scouting, his dress consisted only …

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