Received my first ticket on April 1, 2010. Prior to that I was a SWL for 50 years. I'm retired following a 35-year career as a electrical engineeer (BS/MS EE - Purdue University) and engineering division manager with the US Navy. My other activities include woodworking, working on computers, watching team sports involving a ball, fishing, and watching four grandsons grow up. I'm active in both the Daviess County Amateur Radio Club (KC9SFL) and the Vincennes Old Post Amateur Radio Society (W9EOC) in Knox County, Indiana:
Daviess County Amateur Radio Club
Bill (N9SEH), Paul (KB9TUO), Leo (N9LEO), Jim (KR9E), Bruce (KC9HTC),
Todd (N9EY), Jim (W9JDW), Ken (KC9TTR) and Gene (KC9TXZ)
March 11, 2013 - photo taken by Mary Jo (KC9TTS)
Mosley TA-33 mounting on a 40' Rohn 25 tower (at 12' off the ground with Hazer lowered)
Crew (left to right): W9DP, KC9LDK, KR9E, W9JDW and N9LEO + friends (not in photo) Joe and Steve
Mosley/Hazer at 42'
Home QTH (600' ASL) with Mosley TA-33/WARC (at 22' when photo taken)
Mosley TA-33/WARC at 42'
80m OCF is visible - center support arm on TV tower
Dual band 2m/440mHz vertical - just to the right of TV tower
4-band vertical - farther right behind the small tree
(Aerial photography by Mike Sipes)
Yaesu FT-1000MP MkV Field (2004)
Kenwood TS-590 (2010)
Kenwood TS-830S (1984)
I have been enjoying a few contests, working DX, and especially look forward to rag-chewing. I'm a semi-regular on the Over the Hill Gang net weekdays at 1430-1530 Z on 14.321 - stop in and say hello.
Will send you a QSL card if you send me one - SASE or Green Stamps NOT required for either USA contacts or DX. I also return cards via the Bureau and electronically QSL via LoTW, eQSL(AG), QRZ.COM, and HRDLog.
Hope to meet you on the bands.
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