From Fred VE9UN:
During the year 2011 the Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society (RSARS) celebrated their 50th Anniversary, with special calls working members, and non-members, around the world. All who took part had a great time. In the year 2020 it is the Royal Corps of Signals Centenary and plans are in hand for similar enjoyment for our members. We have members in Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Falkland Islands, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Spain, USA and every part of the United Kingdom. Members when travelling usually have a rig with them and Viet Nam, Jamaica, Rwanda, Kenya, Norway, Iceland, Sweden and others have been recently activated
Although our title is Royal Signals ARS our membership covers a large area and the following are eligible to apply for membership: Serving and ex-regular army personnel from any Corps or Regiment, Army reservists, Army Cadet Force – past and present, army employed civilians plus other Services attached to army units at some time.
The RSARS is always looking for new members so please check out our website which covers much including our awards and contests https://rsars.org.uk We have our Mercury journal 3 times per year, always a good read. Membership if taking the Mercury as PDF via email is £10.00 per year. if interested please make contact with our membership secretary George G3VBE via RSARSMemSec@virginmedia.com, or contact email@example.com.