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I've been an amateur since the early 1960's My original call was WN9GJR out of Milwaukee Wisconsin which I upgraded to general three months later

my next call was WB4JVA out of Charleston S.C.

After that I was WB8MCO out of Detroit Mich.

Then I moved to Arizona where I became WB7OTQ

Then I moved here to Virginia Beach, Virginia.

I put in to remove the B from my call and am now W7OTQ

I am 66 years old in 2013 and retired. now I am trying to work DXCC using JT-65

On October 4th I passed my extra exam and you will find me on the new freq's

I also have IRLP NODE 4987. Input freq 146.420

It is a simplex node running 80 watts with a diamond antenna at about 60 ft.

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