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First licensed in 2000 was involved with the 911 WTC disaster with work and Amateur radio.

I never thought I would be this active in Amateur radio. I guess it all started when I was 10 years old I saw a radio that looked cool in a second hand store. I remember telling my Dad about it. He said what are going to do with it . I didn't know all I knew was that it looked cool a lot of knobs and a big meter in the center.

It was a hammarlund HQ-170 Big grey and full of tubes that glowed a cool color and heated up the space where we set it up quite well. I was amazed at what I heard even with the smallest hunk of wire I could hear stuff. So I got my dad to help me and we put about 200 feet off wire in the trees, WOW what a difference.

Just a little update as many of you might know I am the president of a very active club.The Great South Bay Amateur Radio Club The club does everything from Repeaters,contesting, dxing, Kit building and everything else. We are very strong with public service and emergency communications. Our club has been in QST for our work during super storm Sandy that hit our area very hard .

Our field day station has been rocking the air in the 5F catagory and is always high in the rankings.


Check out our club on the Web www.gsbarc.org  if you live on Long Island i welcome you to our open houses on Wensday nights and on Saturady afternoons see all of the info on our website.


We are on Dstar  on 20A  our repeater is W2TOB 440.250   give us a call on dstar i am on most of the day during the week


My qrz look up count has exploded over the last few years due to my QSL card on the LAST MAN STANDING tv show


I hope to work you all on the air HF or Dstar  Like I said if your on Long Island check out GSBARC



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