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I've been a ham since 1981 and received my Novice while I was a senior in high school. I still hold my original call of KAØLDG, liked it, and never really saw the need to change it. I slowly worked my way up to Extra over the years, and am quite active chasing DX when I have time. I’m involved with the Red River Radio Amateurs in Fargo, and a Lifetime League member. You might have the opportunity to chat with me while I’m traveling across the country in a C-21. I’m a pilot in the ND Air Guard, currently fly the C-21, which is the military version of the Lear 35. It has an HF radio on board, and this gives me the chance to work aero-mobile and enjoy some nice QSOs (when I’m not threading my way through busy airspace). I used to fly the F-16 (ADF model) which also had an HF radio in it, but all of the F-16s that our unit had went to the bone yard in 2006. I was the only HF aero-mobile F-16 ham, and might be the only one flying the C-21 (let me know if I not the only one). My current QSL card reflects the F-16, and as soon as my stack runs out, I'll change it to something different. Check out my QSL card below.

I will QSL 100% either direct, via Logbook of the World (LOTW), or by the bureau. Please no E-QSLs, as I don’t check them. I love to collect cards from all my contacts, and show my two boys who I chatted with.



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