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I was first licensed in the early 1980's with the callsigm, KA2MYD, but not to active on the ham bands. During this time I was heavly involved with Navy Maine Corps MARS, for about thirteen years, which gave me all the radio time I wanted.


After obtaining my Extra class license, I applied for my current call sign in October of 2009 fulfilling a promise I made to myself in 1984, by getting a vanity call sign.

I retired from the go-to-work to pay the bills group and joined the stay at home and pay the doctor group in January 2011. I worked for a major hardwood lumber company as a stationary engineer for 32 years.

Since then I have been very active. I have earned my WAS, WAS RTTY and DXCC. I operate many of the major RTTY contests.


Current station consists of an Icom 756 Pro 3 as my main rig, an Icom IC706MK2G as backup. HF antennas are a Cushcraft TH3 for 10-20 meters and a Buckmaster windom for everything else. A Cushcraft A50-5S sits on top of the tower for 6 meters. No amplifier at this station. I enjoy the challenge of working DX with only 100 watts

In case you are wondering what the weather is like at my home, I have a Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station that automagically uploads its weather data to findu.com every few minites. You can view this data at this link http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/wxpage.cgi?call=AD2TM  At the bottom of the page is a map of the current WX conditions and my station location is noted.

I hope to meet you on the air some place




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