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Add your callsign to my "Web"---Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

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Look for me on the Dx Cluster!!!

 


 

 

 

Nice to see you here

Nice to see you here, Please sign my LOG..

Thank you hope to work you on the bands

Best of 73

Scan down have a look at my page

Please sign my "Web Contact Log" above and add any comments or just say hello in my "NOTES" box as well!!!

I really enjoy the hobbie, very active on all bands

my most enjoyabe contact was with ISS NA1SS and i had several contacts with the space station and i finally tape the contact ( i will put that qso on the site soon )

 

Also some digital work (psk on HF/vhf/uhf) you can find me on 17 meters 20,40,10. ok maybe anywhere on the HF ham bands.

Hope to talk to you soon !!!!

If you need a QSL, please NO NEED for S.A.S.E. I respond to all. I am also good on eqsl.

I operate Flex 1500 ( QRP ), FT 2000, FT 857 for the mobile, TS-480 HTX, dual bander Kenwood TM-D 700, Jetstream 220mhz and Alinco 235 220Mhz radio and a few Wouxun HT's.

All my antennas are home brew: OFC Windom Dipole, Carolina Windom and 2 verticles covering 160-10 plus 6 meters and vhf/uhf. Looking forward to working you on the bands!!!... All my tuners ( 3 ) are Palstar manual tuners....

My lastest home brew antenna is made using a Chameleon Hybrid base, using a fiberglass telescopic pole and 46 feet of wire wrapped around the pole and two legs of 41 feet a side facing over the North Pole having fun from 160-6. By the way this makes 8 antennas on my qth.

Thank you Best of 73 de w3nrl

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But honey the radio was on sale very cheap the FT-2000 was only $29.95!!!

Come on asked the guys they'll tell ya!!!!

 

Field Day is over!!!!

 

This is w2dwl my brother on the right and on the left w3nrl yes we are identical twins.

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Click for Holmes, Pennsylvania Forecast

 

My pride and joy

 

 

 

III CORP FA

III CORP FA

 

On the move again with the M-109 155 SP

 

 

This was home training for the real thing on M109A1 155 SP

 

 

This is the real thing.. Fire Mission...175MM

 

 

Damn thats loud and my entire body was shaking like a bowl of Jello!!!!!!!

 

 

New boy on the block 8inch

 

 

setting the fuzes to fire on a fire mission

 

 

 

 

The  two pictures above show the loading of a 175 mm gun (top picture) charge 3 white bags and the bottom picture shows the firing. You can see a tube change taking place in the "A" frames in front of the gun. Mission was fired by A Battery 2/32 Field Artillery in November of 1969. 

 

 

This picture  was taken 10 seconds after the 175mm gun above fired with charge 3 white.

 

 

 

 

 

Oh hell here we go again!!!!!! That 60 got heavy after the first mile....

 

 

LT. was pissed because some guys were talking while he was instructing what needs to be done, Can't blame LT...

 

 

175MM Battery

 

 

 

8 Incn fire mission during the rainy season

 

Base piece stand by ..............

Base piece FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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