International Handicappers' Net (IHN)
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1958, San Gabriel CA (USA), by Ray E Meyers known as W6MLZ.
Assist and enable handicapped persons to participate in the hobby of amateur radio operator (HAMS); demonstrate to them that by studying for and passing licence examinations and meeting requirements to permit operation of an amateur radio station they may be prepared for future employment; foster and perpetuate goodwill, fellowship and mutual support for the amateur radio fraternity, especially handicapped HAMS; provide a radio communications network as a public service to handle routine and emergency messages and traffic during natural or man-made disasters; operate personal, privately-owned amateur radio stations to communicate among members and provide assistance and/or information on the use and operation of specialized radio equipment or modifications; provide information on specialized equipment for handicapped qualified or would-be HAMS; provide expert members to counsel or assist as required.
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