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Shown here are Marv (K4KEW) and his XYL Carole (WH6GV) in the Andes on their trip to Chile.

First licensed as KN4KEW as a Novice in Alabama in 1959. When I upgraded to General, my call sign became K4KEW, then WG4Q when I earned my Amateur Extra. While serving in the US Air Force as a communications officer for 30 years, My previous call signs were CT2BC in the Azores, KJ6DL on Johnston Island, KH6DL in Hawaii, KA8DL in Japan, VK1CA in Canberra, Australia and VK6WW in Perth, Australia.

My “first love in ham radio” is CW DX and you can most often find me operating in the bottom five KHz of the bands. My awards include the Five Band DXCC (100% on CW) as well as DXCCs on each 12, 17, and 30 meters. I also have the 5BWAS and WAZ and AMST’s Sexastaginal certificate for working over 60 countries with CW on UHF (Oscar 40). I just "discovered" the "Magic Band" and the ARRL recently approved my six meter VUCC.

QSL manager for my 12-16 Feb 2008 Guantanamo Bay trip (KG4CC) is Floyd, N5FG.

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