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Brad Windley, a veterinarian and educator. Practiced pet animal medicine and surgery38 years and 36 of those years in small town Tullahoma, TN.

Love topractice medicine, read, fly, cook, eat, and communicte, but most of all be Dad and Granddad. Visit my web page at "www.tullahomavet.com". My home e-mail is "bradwindley@cafes.net".

I hang out on 80 meters and enjoy 440MHzand 2 Meter Work. I enjoy the Transcontinental Net and the Breakfast Club Net early in the morning with the other early risers.

I  upgraded to Extra in 2009 after getting my Novice ticket under the Old Old Rules way back in 1976.  The first 2 Meter radio that I ever saw in a car  bit me and spurred me on the work on my tickets.  It was in 1975 and was a boat anchor the size of a small TV.  My oh my how technology has changed and continues to change. That is the spice of a Ham's existence.

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