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I am a retired U.S. Navy Radioman, 22 years, 5 months total active service. I have a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Information Systems and Technology.  As my profile picture shows, I kind of like cats.  I have  4 at home, none as big as the one I'm feeding in the picture, though.

I earned my license in August 1990 taking both the Novice and Technician exams in the same session. I received my callsign KC6NLX on September 5, 1990. Since then, I have been on again/off again depending on the circumstances of my whereabouts.

I have a vertical tri-band VHF/UHF antenna on my roof.  Most of my radio work is done while mobile, as I have no HF antennas on my home yet.  When mobile on long trips, I'm usually on 20 meters SSB, but my favorite band is 17 meters, whether mobile or at home.

I am the Assistant Emergency Coordinator for SKYWARN for our Shelby County, OH ARES group.  We maintain the K8ZUK 2-meter repeater 146.835(-) 156.7Hz and the KE8BCY 70-cm repeater 443.200(+) 156.7Hz.  Both of these repeaters are Yaesu System Fusion repeaters.  I usually monitor our third repeater,  KD8YFZ D-STAR repeater, 442.350(+), which is usually linked to Reflector 30C.

Our website is www.shelbycountyohares.com if you'd like to see photos of our emergency operations center/communications van and trailer.

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