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First licensed in 1955 - Kn4DAS, 1956 General Class K4DAS. Extra Class 1972 - Changed call to N4OW .

SKCC 11375 S , A1-Op, 5B DXCC, 5B WAS, CW DXCC No.57, NAQCC 7700

Photo Work at :  www.photowessel.com


USAF 1963 to 1967 - Bitburg AB, Germany (F105D F105F, F4D) Radar/Fire Control Tech.

F105D's Bitburg 1965

Flight line at Biturg 1965 or 1966  looking towards Victor Alert Area in the background.


1967 to 1985 Avionics Tech National Airlines    ------  1989 to 2009  Radio Tech , Miami Dade County Florida



After September 01, 2014  I am no longer a resident of Orchid Island (IOTA NA-141).  I have all the logs for

my contacts during my time living there , and I am happy to confirm contacts with a paper QSL.


Please note -----

Direct USA QSL for NA 141 requires an SASE . Direct International QSL requires SASE and 2 $ . No IRC's.

I will also QSL via the Bureau, if they are served by the ARRL outgoing bureau.


   "in Morse We Trust "     




If you enjoy CW and like working with a Straight Key, Bug or Cootie, Join SKCC  it is a great CW Club !

"TWANGER" Side Swiper / Cootie Key  made by Tom, G3HGE  (This one is No.60)

My new 80 meter loop , elevated Section all other parts run on the top of the wooden fence.

A big improvement over the Hustler Mobile I was using .  Loads well on  80 thru 10 with the FT 950 internal tuner. Adding the MFJ 914 Tuner extender the loop loads on 160 and 6 meters.  Fed with a 4:1 Balun and a short run of 450 ohm ladder line. 

Hustler Mobile Antenna on a Tripod with 2 elevated Radials.  Seen with loading coils for 20/15/10 it also 

loads perfectly on 6 meters with these coils attached.  Replaced by the Low 80 meter Loop above.








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