Retired in 2011 with 54 Years US Government service.
Disabled US Navy Submarine Veteran. Twenty years Submarine Radioman serving onboard USS Seacat SS399, USS Threadfin SS410, and several other Fleet Diesel submarines. Plank Owner and Crew member with both Blue and Gold Crew on board Nuclear Submarine USS George C. Marshall SSBN654. Special COMSEC assignment on Comsublant Staff, and several military bases in Pacific Islands.
US NAVY Qualified High Speed (35 WPM) CW Radio Operator.
Stationed on Okinawa, Guam and Philippines Islands. Operated with call signs: W4KMA/KG6, KR6DV, and KA6WS.
HAM Radio activity beginning in 1948. W4EY Extra class 1972.
Previous Call Signs: KN4DJG, W4KMA, K4DJG, W3DWM, KR6DV, KA6WS, W4EY and NAVY MARS NNN0BQZ
My QSL CARD from Okinawa.This card was published on front page of 1974-DXCC Magazine.
My QSL Card when station onboard a US Navy Submarine. Maritime Mobile operations during 1959-1961.
2013 -- Downsized and sold all equipment. The Radio in use is a FLEX 6500 using FLEX DAX
and a Henry 3-KA Amp when needed. The Antenna is a 40 Meter Cut Wire Loop. Main modes
of operation are Digital/RTTY, and CW.
Straight Key Club: SKCC 4088
Brass Pounders League
Member of RACES & FEMA Emergency Radio Communications.
Life Member ARRL, QCWA (8959), and Society of Wireless Pioneers.
ARRL LOTW Awards include : WAC, WAZ, WAS on CW, Digital, BPSK31, DXCC on 40,30, 20,17,15.
ARRL 35wpm CW Certificate.
CQ WPX MIXED No: 2341
eQSL Awards: eDX, eDX114, ePFX300
Listen for W4EY/NA for US Navy Special Events, and Armed Forces Day.
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