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ex-KC6CO (Caroline Islands of Micronesia)


I collect, and prefer to receive your QSL card directly at my call book address.

My reply to your QSL request is 100% because I know how important my card is to you as yours is to me.

I am a retired US Coast Guard Radioman.

In December 2002, I graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a B.S. in Business Administration.

I enjoy all facits of Amateur Radio.

My main emphasis has been operating on the 160 meter band. I will attempt to honor schedule requests for 160 meter band contacts.

Sometimes I find myself on the GERATOL Net (3,668Khz).

Please check out the web site for the Greater New Orleans Amateur Radio Club at: www.w5uk.org

73, Charlie WD5BJT

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