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I earned my first amateur license, callsign WN3HMV, in the spring of 1967. In the following year I passed the General Exam (written and code) given at the FCC Pittsburgh Field Office and soon after earned Advanced Class, callsign WA3HMV. I also held a FCC Third-Class Radio-Telephone Commercial License before graduating from high school. I entered the U.S. Navy in 1971 and fell away from ham radio.

After a very, very long absence, the radio bug bit me again. In April 2017, I re-licensed as an Extra Class, callsign AC3AN. For now, I run low power to a end-fed wire at my home and occasionally operate remote from a higher power station in Maine near where I used to live. 

I rode fire trucks for 38 years and also worked for the U.S. Fire Administration at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland. I am the author of Crucible of Fire: Nineteenth-Century Urban Fires and the Making of the Modern Fire Service (Potomac Books, 2011). If you enjoy reading urban fire history my book is available by order from stores or online sellers. The Facebook page: www.facebook.com/firehistorian


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