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Roy writes on military communications history, modern military and search and rescue communication systems for several ham radio magazines in the U.S. and U.K. Here is a small sampling of his articles. Select the magazine cover to read the story.
The Super-High-Tech Communications Systems of the Stryker Brigade, Fort Lewis, Washington
What is big and green, weighs 20 tons, runs 60 mph, and has serious attitude? Find the answer here.
A Stroll Through Military Comms History
Roy Stevenson gives insight into a relatively little-known area of military operations: the signaling equipment of the Royal Corps of Signals in the Royal Signals Museum.
Life Support—Mountain Wave Emergency Communications
How one organization’s search and rescue know-how is saving lives in the Pacific Northwest.