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The '''Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) / Jamboree on the Internet (JOT)''' is an annual Scouting (and amateur radio event) sponsored by the [[World Scout Bureau]] of the [[World Organization of the Scout Movement]] utilizing computers, the internet, and amateur radio. It is held annually on the third weekend of October. Thousands of Scouts participate online and with amateur radio stations, sometimes with a physical radio, sometimes using internet radio interfaces.
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The '''Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) / Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI)''' is an annual Scouting (and amateur radio event) sponsored by the [[World Scout Bureau]] of the [[World Organization of the Scout Movement]] utilizing computers, the internet, and amateur radio. It is held annually on the third weekend of October. Thousands of Scouts participate online and with amateur radio stations, sometimes with a physical radio, sometimes using internet radio interfaces.
When worn on the [[uniform]] shirt, it is centered on the right pocket as a [[temporary patch]].
When worn on the [[uniform]] shirt, it is centered on the right pocket as a [[temporary patch]].

Current revision

Jamboree On The Internet

Jamboree On The Internet (2018) cloth emblem
(SKU: 647634)
Created:1997
Last updated:
Level:All
Jamboree On The Air

Jamboree On The Air (2018) cloth emblem
(SKU: 647624)
Created:1957
Last updated:
Level:All

The Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) / Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI) is an annual Scouting (and amateur radio event) sponsored by the World Scout Bureau of the World Organization of the Scout Movement utilizing computers, the internet, and amateur radio. It is held annually on the third weekend of October. Thousands of Scouts participate online and with amateur radio stations, sometimes with a physical radio, sometimes using internet radio interfaces.

When worn on the uniform shirt, it is centered on the right pocket as a temporary patch.

Related awards

  • Participation in Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) might satisfy the following requirement:
    • Radio merit badge requirement #9.a.6. "... carry on a 10-minute real or simulated amateur radio contact ..."

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