[amsat-bb] Bill Tynsn, W3XO, Wins 2012 Barry Goldwater Award

Rsoifer at aol.com Rsoifer at aol.com
Thu Sep 20 07:29:45 PDT 2012

The Radio Club of America announced this week that William A. Tynan, W3XO, 
is the recipient of its 2012 Barry Goldwater Amateur Radio Award.  The award 
recognizes Bill's lifelong service to the public through amateur radio.  It 
will be presented at the club's annual awards banquet in New York on 
November 16th.  ARRL CEO David Sumner, K1ZZ, like Bill a club Fellow, will be the 
keynote speaker.

Bill, one of AMSAT's charter members, is a past President and Chairman of 
the Board.  For many years, he conducted QST's monthly column, "The World 
Above 50 MHz."  He is also a past President of the Central States VHF Society.  
Bill played a key role in the origination of amateur radio from the Space 
Shuttle and the International Space Station.

The Radio Club of America, founded in 1909, is the world''s oldest radio 
comunications association.  For more information, see 

Congratulations, Bill!

73 Ray W2RS
(Fellow, RCA)

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