What do the letters IECRO stand for?
The International Emergency Communication Registry of Operators (IECRO) is a global amateur radio organisation. All of its members share a common interest in the area of emergency operations. To become a Member of the IECRO global network an application form must be completed and submitted to a national or regional IECRO affiliated club such as “IECRO Ireland”.
How do you apply for membership to IECRO Ireland?
Application for membership is open to categories of person listed below, either currently employed or retired, and who also possess a valid amateur radio license:
Ambulance, Aeronautical, Army/Military/Navy, Coast Guard, Fire Services, Police, Satellite Development/Management/Navigation, Space Research and other emergency preparedness based organisations/teams.
Persons not associated to an emergency group but who are generally interested in supporting the goals of the IECRO.
The members of our club here in Ireland operate a wide range of different radio modes including CW, Phone and PSK.
Our Club Webpage: https://www.iecro.com/ireland/
Applications for membership to the club should be made directly either via the IECRO website or through MyHam.net