Martin Brossman, KI4CFS, interviews, Kent Petty, KL5T, and Brandin Hess, AL6I with the Anchorage Amateur Radio Club, which was the 1st to offer remote testing. They are big supporters of other groups working on the same project.
There websites and links mentioned in this video Anchorage Amateur Radio Club main page: https://kl7aa.org/ Anchorage ARC VEC page: https://kl7aa.org/vec/ Anchorage ARC VEC Remote Testing page: https://kl7aa.org/vec/remote-testing/ Anchorage ARC Membership page: https://kl7aa.org/aarc-membership/ Anchorage ARC Donations page: https://kl7aa.org/donations/cash/ They are also exploring ways to a way to allow active-duty service members and veterans to test for free thought funding. If you are willing to help contact them. Martin Brossman – KI4CFS – HTTP://KI4CFS.com & my Ham Radio Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KI4CFS/ Also, join our “Learning and Passing the Amature Radio Exams” Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LearningHamRadio/ If you are in the NC area join our group “NC Ham Operators” https://www.facebook.com/groups/NCHamRadioOperators/ For updates on remote testing, in general, see https://wiki.wx0mik.net/doku.php/licensing/us/onlinetesting #HamRadioTesting #AmateurRadioTesting #HamTesting #HamRadio #AmateurRadio #Anchorage #KI4CFS