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I have been a Ham Radio Operator since 1985. I currently hold an Extra Class license (Ko6KD). I operate on all bands of HF, VHF and UHF up to the 70 cm. Over the years, during my tenure as a Ham Operator, there have been several special activities or achievements that I have had the pleasure to have been apart. These include: message traffic in and out of the Mexico City Earthquake back in '85 to the earthquake in the San Francisco area in '89. In addition, I have spent many, many hours conducting phone patches with an American Hams visiting or stationed in area's of the world where telephone's are a rarity. From the far east to south america to American personel located at the Amundsen-Scott and Palmer Stations located in Antarctica. Many months away from loved ones and weeks with out any sunlight present a unique set of problems. A few minutes a week talking to someone from home an hearing a familiar voice can make a major difference to these couragous peoples morale. As with most Ham's, I do these things not for any special recognition, but rather just the warm feeling of being able to help make a positive difference to humanity.

Rev: KO6KD - Mon Mar 29 0:04:20 1999 EUC: KO6KD TPERLV60JKPCQ-41014-3 ko6kd@qsl.net

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