Don't hold your breath on that one. BSA National will only do something
like that if there is a material
benefit to the BSA. A prime example is the agreement between the BSA
and the American Red Cross
for Wilderness First Aid training. It was put in place in an attempt to
get low cost Wilderness First Aid Training
for BSA adults and youth. It has been generally successful. If the ARRL
can't provide the BSA more than it is getting
from various volunteers than it won't happen.
Alan Stumpf wrote:
From: http://www.arrl. org/news/ stories/2008/ 01/28/100/ ?nc=1
The Board decided to seek a Memorandum of Understanding with the Boy
Scouts of America (BSA). The ARRL and the BSA have mutually supportive
goals, such as education, development of skills, leadership, emergency
preparedness and awareness.