ARRL Summer Field Day is Here!

Summer Field day starts tomorrow. Hope to see you come by and enjoy the activity.
American Legion Post 300 Texas
3290 Grosenbacher Road
San AntonioTX 78245

Bring: Self most importantly! Also bring out radio, antenna, chair, tent or sleep in your truck. Starts Saturday at 1 pm officially. Come out and enjoy. If you can not make radio play come for dinner around 5:30 pm.  All are welcome!

June 25th

1:00 p.m. – begin Summer Field Day operations. At least 1 ea 20m station operating phone, calling CQ Field Day for AARO (K5T – Special Event Callsign), Get On The Air (GOTA) station to get new operators on the air
afternoon, Travis has volunteered to bring his fox hunting gear and to put on a class, based on interest of those on site
4:30 p.m. – start grill for dinner, targeting around 6:00 p.m. for brats to be ready
8:00 p.m. – switch to 40m for CQ Field Day station
11:59 pm – gate closes
June 26th 
8:00 a.m. – switch to 20m for CQ Field Day station
10:00 a.m. – Kelly (WB5MZT) to put on soldering class
4:00 p.m. – close CQ Field Day station(s) and begin site clean up (this could be ongoing as individuals decide to pack up)
5:30 p.m. – vacate site

Membership Meeting at Mamacita’s on IH-10 – July 13th, 2022.

Restrictions have been easing on gatherings, so Wednesday, July 13th, those of you who feel safe being in a group, are urged to attend the AARO meeting.

Food service around 6PM, Meeting at 7PM. 

We’ll be collecting dues at the meeting.

For those of you who don’t want to attend,

we urge you to stay safe and healthy. 

Map to Mamacita’s

– KD5ZSY Stanley, Treasurer


Membership Dues

We’re still accepting membership dues through the pandemic. There’s a membership form on this website. Download it and mail it to: AARO Membership Chairman, PO Box 380032, San Antonio TX 78268.

We’re resuming our “normal” activities as health officials deem it safe to do so. 



The Alamo Area Radio Organization (AARO) is a nonprofit Amateur Radio organization, club call sign AA5RO, dedicated to assisting the community through radio communications, and the enjoyment, appreciation, and the sharing of knowledge and advancement of Amateur Radio. The purpose of this site is to provide club news and messages from the AARO Board to club members, and to present information that might be useful to HAMs anywhere.