I began amateur radio at age 14 in 1950 with the call W4QCW. In 1954 I was on the first Navassa Island DXpedition as KC4AB. In 1967 I guest operated at EA9EJ in Rio de Oro and in 1969 I was a member of the K4IA/KC4 Navassa Dxpediton. That same year I earned the #1 5BDXCC award. In 1977 I became W4DR. My wife of 57 years is N4CFL and a surviving son is KK4HJ. In 2001 I was a member of the YK9A DXpedition to Syria. This same year I was awarded the first, and as of 2007, only Clinton B DeSoto Cup for the most documented Band/Entities (DXCC countries) on 160 through 6 meters. I am a member of CQ Magazine's DX Hall of Fame and qsl manager for Jon Rudy who has operated from A2/ZS5UZ, C91CO, DU9/N0NM, 3DA0CA and 4W3ZZ. Please QSL direct only with SASE,$ or valid IRC. My profession is Dentistry and I have served on the faculty of Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry for 54 years. I am active on all bands, but can most often be found on 160, 60 and 6 meters. My most exciting QSO in my 60 years of DX'ing was JT1CO worked in Dec. 2009 on 160 to complete WAZ on top band. Read about
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