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Hey VHF Fans.

Licensed in 95, I have been a general class operator since 98, I was then bitten by the 6m bug in 96 and paid 50$ for my current callsign which explains my addiction to the VHF Bands. My passion is 6m DX and ragchewing with the 6m gang here in the US and Carribeanprevious calls VP5/N4VHF and KE4LVQ. I am a former USCG Loran-C Electronics Technician( 8 years ET1) and a Cisco CCNA. I love theVHF contests and have been involved in a fewrover contests in Northern wisconsin and Qrp portable and Multi-op in North Florida over the past 10 years. I run a modified stack of 7/7 Force 12 6m boomers 1/2 wavelength apart. Top beam at 50ft. 

Hope to work you soon guys !








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