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I was born in 1960 in Moscow, Russia. I made my first QSO in 1972, operating UK3ACB club station. Since 1976, I became a member (and later trustee) of Moscow Stste University Radio Club (UK3ABO, RK3ABO, UZ3AZO, ER3A, etc....). Since 1979, I had UA3AMB call, then in 1981 I changed it to RA3AA. In 1992 I got my US extra ticket, and became AB5GY. My current vanity call W3UA reminds me, that originally I am from the third call area of UA-land.

After 9 years in Texas, I decided to find a place closer to the slopes and Europe, where I still spend some time. So I moved to New England, where I built a "little pistol dream station". Kinda... Some think that full size 2 element vertical for 160, two-stack of 40 meter 4 element yagies and a few other stacks is a little bit over a "little pistol" definition... Maybe, but I have no intention to have something comparable to K3LR, W3LPL or K1LZ... at the end of the day, it's just a hobby ;)

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