Our Purpose

Lawton-Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the Amateur Radio Hobby through Disaster Preparedness, Perfecting Communication Skills, STEM Education, and Community Event Support. Our Club was recognized as an Amateur Radio Club by the rules of ARRL (Amateur Radio Relay Legue) on January 10th, 1949. Our Club has been incorporated in the State of Oklahoma since 1953. 

We conduct weekly nets on our repeater at 146.91MHz which has a negative offset and tone of 173.8 on the First, Second, and Third Thursdays of the month and on 146.52MHz on the Fourth and Fifth Thursdays. All licensed amateur radio operators are invited to participate or listen in. Unlicensed persons who are interested in ham radio are also invited to listen.

We conduct monthly meetings for Club Membership and Executive Board which are open to the public.

Membership Meetings are held at the Lawton Optimist International building at 2113 SW Monroe Ave in Lawton. Membership Meeting begins at 7p.m. but all attendees are encouraged to arrive half an hour prior for eyeball QSO and sign in. Executive Board Meetings are held at the White Buffalo Coffee Bar at 2413 NW Cache Rd in Lawton. This Meeting begins at 6p.m. Participants and observers are encouraged to show up early enough to patronize the business since they are providing the venue free of charge.

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PO Box 892, Lawton, OK 73501, USA


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