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Greetings from the pineywoods of East Texas.  I was first licensed in 1958 with the call of KN5SUL as a novice. The next year I upgraded and the "N" was dropped from the call as that was the custom of the day.  Since then I have held W5ODT and XE2JZJ.

I enjoy working DX on SSB as well as CW, especially on the lower bands.  I need only five more countries to have worked them all, but I'm not sure I'll ever accomplish the task.  My equipment is an IC-756 Pro II and an Ameritron AL-800H.  Also I use a TS-590 and an Amp Supply LK 500ZB amp.

Below is a photo of my novice station taken in early 1959.  The other one is my station there at the "old home place" which I use from time to time.

For over twenty-five years I have been a member of the Asociacion de Radio Aficionados de la Republica Mexicana.  Each year I attend their national convention which is held in different places within Mexico.

I retired as a supervisor for the U.S. Marshals Service in Beaumont, Texas.  Afterwards,  I worked in management for several private correctional companies as well as administrator for the local county jail.  Currently,  I do contract work for the Marshals Service on a part time basis.  As you can see, I'm having a hard time passing "Retirement 101."

See you on the bands.

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