Cabot Nightflyers -- Cabot, Arkansas
Enjoying Amateur Radio After Dark!
Welcome to the homepage of the Cabot Nightflyers, in Cabot, Arkansas...last updated on Aug. 4, 2019.
It's always a good time to think of amateur radio, wherever you may be. Due to webhosting issues (cost and transfer), the NEW ADDRESS is
www.thecabotnightflyers.net -- the former domain of www.cabotnightflyers.net is NO LONGER VALID. Please update your bookmarks accordingly.
The website is best viewed in 1024x768 resolution.
It's a , plus a , was created with
the HTML Editor, and is hosted by Ace-Net Webhosting.
The total number of hits is at the bottom of the page...it will initially note 0 hits, but will change to the correct number after a few seconds.
Click for weather forecast
All amateur radio operators holding the equivalent of a valid U.S. Technician Class or higher license are welcome
to join the net. The net is participatory in nature, and all stations checking into the net will be given an opportunity
to comment. For an overview of the net itself, click here.
Any station checking into the Cabot Nightflyers Net at least five (5) times will be eligible to receive a special
certificate, with a Unique Nightflyers Number. This certificate will be sent via email, so please make sure that
your CORRECT EMAIL ADDRESS is on file with the Cabot Nightflyers Mailing List.
You can send an email request with your Correct Email Address...submit a Question Or Comment Of The Week to
be discussed on a future net...or join the Cabot Nightflyers Email List, by
your amateur radio callsign in the subject line, or it may be deleted as spam. The name and callsign subject line will
be verified before processing the email. To contact the webmaster, click here.
You can find the Cabot Nightflyers on Facebook,
or click on one of the navigation bars at the top of the page. You can also go to our
And, you can also find the Cabot Nightflyers on YouTube
(search for Cabot Nightflyers), and click on the appropriate links. While there aren't many videos at the moment, more will be added soon.
Thanks for joining us for ''late night amateur radio''!!
NOTE: After an extended hiatus, work is being done by Jesse Bear, WX1DX, and the Webmaster, Daryl Stout, WX4QZ, in consultation with net founder
Steve Tune, KC5FWE, to revive the net sometime in early 2019. For more details, click here.
Daryl Stout, WX4QZ, Webmaster
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