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Introduced to Amateur Radio by stumbling across AM QSO's on 7MHz when a young teenager. gained my licence in February 1970. Served as Radio Officer at WickRadio/GKR then manager at the same station and at ObanRadio/GNE.

In 1977 moved back to Glasgow to the Ship Radio Inspection Office so beloved of the many who took their Morse test there and in the various temporary morse-testing outposts where Morse testing was conducted from time to time! Was instrumental in introducing the concept of Morse testing at various rallies.

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Morse Testing at the Scottish Amateur Radio Convention
Cardonald College, Glasgow, 1983

Professionally involved in Maritime radio since 1972, took leave of British Telecom in the Autumn of 2000 to run own business for 10 years and nowslowly winding down towards retirement (UK government permitting) and working part-time in Community Safety with a Scottish Local Authority.

Primarily active on HFCW, particularly with SKCC and also mobile.on vhf/uhf FM.

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