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- First licensed as WN1MEL in 1956 in Nashua, NH. My Elmer was Hector, W1SCC and then Ray, W1TA (his original two-letter call was 1TA from the spark-gap days!).

- In the early 1960s I worked a few years for Wayne Green and 73 Magazine.

- Back then, I wanted to work on ships and got my first class commercial ticket just before the shipping industry tanked.

- Spent a number of years working on the Apollo and Gemini programs for NASA at Raytheon in the 1960s and early ‘70s and then a career as a systems engineer in New York City.

- After retiring to northern Vermont right on the Canadian border, the bug bit again and I got my new ticket in 2006

-QSL direct, LoTW, or via the bureau.

SKCC #3932T, QCWA Life Member, ARRL, NE QRP Club, NAQCC #6683, ARRL VEC, AWA, Second Class Operator's Club


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