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First licensed in 1971. My old call signs are: WN6HTK, WB6HTK, KA7EZX, N6NMH, WZ9J, and now K6FA.

I was a Licensed Vocational Nurse from 1987 to about 2000. Got burned out and low pay back then so let license expire. Got my training in the U.S. Navy (1981 - 1985). During my four year enlistment I spent two (1983 - 1985) of them with 3 BN - 7 MAR at Camp Pendleton. I have worked for the State of California dealing with at risk kids age 16-18. I was in the California Army National Guard (223rd Infantry Regiment) as a supply/medic/admin Sergeant from 1997 til 2007 then went in the Army Reserve as an Instructor for supply. In 2010 I went back to my old unit in the National Guard where I have been an instructor for supply and being a NCOIC for USPFO Property Management to issue new rolling stock to units. Now I am NCOIC of the 92Y Instructors in my unit. August 2013 I finally received my 20 year letter so I can retire now but will stay until I turn 60 in 2015.

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