In addition to TBARC, you can test in other places.

    Online resources:
    look for a Laurel team near you (no charge testing)
    search for ARRL exam sessions ($15).

    Arizona Amateur Radio Club (AARC)

    Arizona Amateur Radio Club (AARC) holds license examination sessions on the 4th Saturday of the month from September through May. The testing sessions are held at 7 PM at the American Red Cross Building, 6135 N. Black Canyon Highway (I-17), East side, just North of Bethany Home Road. Candidates must make arrangement at least 24 hours in advance to gain entrance to the facility. If you are interested in being tested, please contact Gary, K7GH, at 602-996-8148 or George, KQ7C at 602-274-6212.

    Amateur Radio Exam Scheduled at DeVry University

    Amateur Radio examinations routinely sponsored by DeVry Amateur Radio Club and West Valley Amateur Radio Club will again hold VE Testing at DeVry University. To prepare yourself for the exam, David recommends the following: Take at least 20 practice tests on QRZ.com to make sure that you are ready.

    Please check the exam schedule at the WestValleyArc Website.

    Contact David Morrill, N7TWT Liaison/Manager if you need more details. (623) 925-0680 Email: n7twt@arrl.net. VEC: ARRL/VEC AZ Desert Chapter 10-10

    International and the Superstition ARC

    The AZ Desert Chapter 10-10 International and the Superstition ARC hold VE Testing sessions on the third Monday of every month at Mesa Cities Utilities Offices, 640 N. Mesa Drive, Mesa with registration starting at 6:00 PM. Contact Steve Gurley at 480-804-1469.

    Boy Scout Troop 127

    The Boy Scout Troop 127 holds VE Testing sessions at 8 :00 PM on the third Tuesday at St. Francis Xavier School, 4715 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. Contact John Kelly, 602-264-6854 for further information.

    When you are ready to take an exam for an Amateur Radio license, there are Volunteer Examiners available to assist you. Each applicant will need to bring:

    • a picture ID (some test sessions may require two forms of identification)
    • your original license (if you have one)
    • certificates of Successful Completion of Examination (CSCEs) (if you are upgrading license class using prior CSCEs)
    • a photocopy of your license and any CSCEs you will use to upgrade
    • the required test fee (TBARC is free, but other testing sessions may charge about $15).
    • your FCC Registration Number (FRN) or social security number (SSN)

    PLEASE NOTE: Dates, times, and locations may change. Get in touch with the test session contact to confirm information and appropriate fee.

    The Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club has established a regular ham license exam session. We have secured a semi-permanent home, and we have a session on the third Wednesday of every month at 6:00 pm. It's at the Honor Health Medical Office Building, 19841 N 27th Ave in Phoenix. Because of limited seating, signups are necessary--send email to ve@w7tbc.org for details.

    For August 15, 2018 only, the VE session location will be:

    Room 1AB
    Cowden Center at John C Lincoln Medical Center Campus
    9202 North Second Street
    Phoenix, Arizona

    The Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club is sponsoring a Technician-level license course. This is an entry level course for anyone wanting to get started with amateur radio / ham radio. You will learn all you need to know to receive an FCC technician level license.

    No previous experience is required. The course runs Saturday mornings 9:00 to Noon, on September 16th through October 7th, 2017, with the license test on October 7th.

    Click here for more details.
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    There's still time to join us for the August Escape, which happens on the Eclipse weekend of Friday August 18 through Monday August 21, 2017. Get out of the Phoenix heat and join us at the O'Leary group campsite near Sunset Crater outside Flagstaff.

    This outing will correspond with the Partial Solar Eclipse and the Solar Eclipse QSO Party. In Flagstaff, the eclipse begins Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 9:13 am and ends Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 12:01 pm
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    Many thanks to Gary AF7BJ for these pictures from our 2017 Field Day:

    and thanks to Alana KG7NGF for the rest: ...
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    Thanks to Gary Cline AF7BJ, we have pictures from this year's Field Day!

    Click here to see them all!
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    The Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club's mailing address has changed! You can now send us snail mail at:

    Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club
    P.O. Box 32544
    Phoenix, AZ 85064-2544

    We're still meeting at NAU North Phoenix - none of the other addresses have changed, just the one you need a stamp for.
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