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Got my Novice and Tech call as a teen in Illinois (1963). Operated only vhf until 1978 when I upgraded to General and received my W7KEU call in Oregon. Quickly upgraded to Advanced in Oregon.

In 1979-80 operated as W7KEU/OA4 and W7KEU/0A8 while waiting for 6 months to get my OA8AX. Peruvian call.

Still W7KEU, I moved to Kansas in 1988 where I operated until Sept 2011. I discovered that W0KEU was available so Sept 20, 2011, I received my new vanity call W0KEU to let DX stations know my real location and kept the "KEU" part of the call so everyone could realize "it's still Keith" 

I prefer Logbook of the World for contact confirmation. The Zero Bureau only sends me cards every 3 months so I encourage you to pick another method.

 

CU on the bands !

 

 

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