At one time, AES was the largest amateur radio supply company in the U. Don't like seeing AES going out of business. Now AES is closing its doors after almost six decades in business, and the stunned ham radio community is reeling. Good Hope Road in Milwaukee, aspiring ham radio operators take their FCC licensing tests there and enthusiasts stop in to pick up a part or carpool from Chicago or Dubuque, Iowa, to check out the latest radios. Often the first reports of disasters, such as the earthquake in Haiti, are reported by ham radio operators. But somewhere in the past 45 year, that seemed to shift.
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We "are particularly careful in employment discrimination cases to avoid supplanting our view of the credibility of the evidence for that of both the jury in its verdict and the judge in not interfering with the verdict. He apparently used this boorish behavior to cover certain personal shortcomings. Hutchison to "punch out. Much of his behavior was equally demeaning to men and women, thus making sexual harassment charges doubtful. It doesn't surprise me that the weaker ham stores will exit the market.
Maybe if AES offered a competitive price on a new "Bowfang" they would still be in business. AES is closing its doors on July 27 after almost six decades in business. By Meg Jones of the Journal Sentinel. BBB reports when mail sent to the business was returned by the Postal Service. I also understand the increase in shipping costs. There are probably numerous factors involved in the closing of AES.