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Created in Moncton New Brunswick (Hub City of the Maritime Provinces) Canada in 1935, resident of Fredericton NB Canada since 1965

Joined the Canadian Armed Forces

  Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (RC Signals) from 1953 to 1969

 

 During my service had one United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in the Congo Africa in 1962.

 

Worked as a Civil Servant with the Province of New Brunswick Canada (Community Colleges system) for 26 years, retired in 1995.

Licenced as an Amateur Radio Operator "Beginner" in 1974 was assigned Callsign VE1UN, received my "Advanced" in 1975. Enjoy Dxing.

Prior to the early 1990's prefix VE1 represented the Maritime Provinces. In Nov 1994 province of New Brunswick received it's own Prefix Designation of VE9 therefore changed to the Callsign VE9UN, later I was able to get Callsign VE9SIG

Both Callsigns are very significant to me, VE9UN as a Peacekeeper during my Military time. VE9SIG for my military time with the Royal Canadian Signals.

Member of a Peacekeepers Association "The Blue Helmets" please visit http://www.the-blue-helmets.ca

 

Member of Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society "RSARS" Number 1246 for Callsign VE9UN, Number F029 for Callsign VE9SIG

 

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