Here I am as a kid at field day 1985 with the whitman club
JOHN KERRY PLAYING ON HIS HAM RADIO
ATTENTION DX STATIONS:
Please call us by numbers, people that can't count don't acknowledge them.
If a station is rude and don't wait their turn don't acknowledge them . IF YOUR USING 100 watts on 20m with a DIPOLE. THATS QRP ! :)
All I am asking is give the little guy a chance please.
Too those stations in my log, Thank you for your time. 73s
HERE I AM 13 YEARS OLD AT MY FIRST FIELD DAY AT TURKEY HILL 1981
I started out in cb when I was 11 and then I moved to another town
where I met my friend bob ka1dza (my elmer),who convinced and helped me get my novice ticket in 1981,
got my general 1 year later passing it at the fcc office in boston, Then finally got my extra ticket.
I have my AMATEUR EXTRA CLASS license and passed the 20 WPM CODE i am a CERTIFIED ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN (CET) A MOTOROLA CERTIFIED JOURNEYMAN TECHNICIAN (USMSS) A SENIOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (WCM) I HAVE THE GENERAL RADIO OPERATORS LICENCE (GROL)
I also have my GMRS license ( WQLJ332 )
I am a volunteer Examineer,�I believe in giving back�to a hobby that i love.
I am a whitman Amateur Radio Club Member and use the whitman (147.225) repeater.
Please say hi on our local repeaters via echolink
Wa1npo-r Whitman, Ma. node # 484193
W1mv-r Bridgewater, Ma. node # 451971
I was in the ARMY for 8 years , 4 of those years I lived in germany,
While living in germany I had the call sign DA1CS.
I miss all my friends there, they treated me like family, especially
my friends Jurgen DL1NBR and Otto DK2DU
ME AT KING RICHARDS FAIRE
Me at the bavarian film studio in germany,
this is falcor from the neverending story.