I have been interested in radio since the 1970's. I was an avid shortwave listener as a teenager and while on active duty in the US Air Force during the 1980's. That passion for radio brought be into the ham radio community in 1991.
I first became licensed as a Technician in October of 1991 and I was active on 2 and 6 Meters SSB. In 1994 I was awarded VUCC #648 for 50 MHz under my old callsign N9MSS. Six Meters was truly a "Magic Band" for me and I had lots of fun chasing those Grid Squares.
I am active on HF from 80 through 2 meters. I frequent the Corn Cob Net, Midcars, the 68 Group, the Freewheelers Net and the ARFCOM Net.
I achieved DXCC #48,049 (mixed) in October of 2013.
I also enjoy working the HF digital modes. PSK31, JT65, JT9 and RTTY are my favorite digital modes.
I am a memeber of US Air Force MARS in the North Central Division. If you would like to know more about MARS click the link below.
Recently retired after working 36 years in law enforcement.
My other hobbies include computers, hunting and the shooting sports.
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