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Amateur Radio application
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The Federal Communications Commission established amateur radio as a voluntary, non-commercial radio communications service. Licensed “ham” radio operators can improve their communications and technical skills, while providing the nation with a pool of trained radio operators and technicians who can provide essential communications during emergencies.
You must be licensed as a technical, general, conditional, advanced, or extra class amateur radio operator to apply for an ARO plate. Citizens Band (CB) operators and novice operators aren’t eligible.
Freemasonry is first and foremost a fraternity. It is also “A Way of Life.” The activities of Freemasonry are designed to promote friendship, morality, and brotherly love.
Founded in 1915, the Fraternal Order of Police is the nation’s largest police organization with a membership of 310,000. The State Lodge of Michigan was formed in 1939 and is Michigan’s largest and oldest law enforcement organization. They have a membership of 7,500 active and 5,000 associate members organized in 70 lodges throughout the state.
Established in 1934, it is Michigan’s largest professional career firefighters organization, representing over 5,000 members. Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union is affiliated with the International Association of Fire Fighters.
The Michigan State Firemen’s Association was formed in 1875 as a means for firefighters to share experiences, learn from each other, and to socialize. The MSFA provides several services to meet this goal including being a distributor of fire service training manuals and books, and providing training opportunities.
The Police Officers Association of Michigan is a full-service labor organization formed to provide every labor-related service from negotiations, grievance processing, legal and legislative representation to Act 312 arbitrations.
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