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    Radio Hams Keep 'Queen Mary' Wireless on the Airi
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    April 30, 2014 2:13 AM
    The Queen Mary, an ocean liner that once sailed the North Atlantic, is now permanently berthed in Long Beach, California, where it's a tourist attraction and hotel. As VOA's Mike O'Sullivan tells us, there's a room aboard the ship that continues the tradition of ship-to-shore wireless operations, and introduces visitors to the hobby of ham radio

    Radio Hams Keep 'Queen Mary' Wireless on the Air

    Published April 29, 2014

    The Queen Mary, an ocean liner that once sailed the North Atlantic, is now permanently berthed in Long Beach, California, where it's a tourist attraction and hotel. As VOA's Mike O'Sullivan tells us, there's a room aboard the ship that continues the tradition of ship-to-shore wireless operations, and introduces visitors to the hobby of ham radio


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