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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.

 

That was it I was hooked

I operate mobile and also from the shack a

I can be heard on the Trans Continental Early Bird Net 3.940.00 4:30AM EST from the mobile M-FRI When I am working normal hours

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QSL LOTW or direct You send one and will send one back to you I'll buy a stamp and you buy a stamp

we will share the cost.

 

Proud President of THE GREAT SOUTH BAY AMATUER RADIO CLUB Located on Long Island Suffolk county Club call W2GSB

Please check out our web site www.gsbarc.org look for our special event listings we do a lot of operating and always have fun while doing it.

Have you seen my QSL card on TV on Last Man Standing?

Look mom I am on TV sort of  Hi Hi

I became very active in ARES RACES and I'm currently the EC/RO for the Town of Babylon.

I am very pleased to have a very dedicated team that all chip in and share the load. If not for them we would not be able to do what we do for the town of Babylon. You might have seen us in QST Febuary 2013 pages 78 and 79 and again on page 86. I wish to thank all of our team members for all their hard work during the sandy storm for the weeks and months after. You all should be very proud of what you did.

To all of the NLI operators that have helped with the Hope for the Warriors run a special thanks to you all.

Thank you and 73 and good DX

John 

W2HCB

 

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