VE4BB was on the air for 24 hours!
1 PM Saturday, June 27 to 1 PM Sunday, June 28, 2015
"I've written a number of emails and letters to people who helped make ARRL Field Day 2015 happen for us, but there are still many whose name and contact info I don't have. So for everyone who helped carry, set up, erect, assemble, cook, serve, clear-up, direct, dissassemble, tear-down, video, photograph, talk to everyone and anyone, drive, or operate any aspect of our event, THANK YOU!
Check out Derek VE4HAY's video of our Field Day site - Click Here
Saturday evening Field Day Photos by Mark VE4MAB - Click Here
Some of our Field Day Operators....
Field Day is a chance for the public to come and see Amateur Radio operators in action as they set up their stations in public places like parks and schoolyards and communicate with each other around the globe with methods from Morse Code to satellite or Moon-Bounce.
- see Ham radio’s latest developments
– digital, satellite, internet linking
- learn what it takes to get your own Amateur Radio Certificate.
- Can you text faster than a Ham can send Morse code? – come take the challenge!
The WARC 2015 Field Day was held on on the grounds of the Canadian Menonite University