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Served 22 years in the USAF as Communications Security (COMSEC) tech, retired 2000 as MSgt.

First licensed as a novice in 1983 as KA0QFG while stationed at Offutt AFB,Omaha Nebraska (try that in CW!). Had an HW-101, Swan 200, and a Hallicrafters S-38 for general coverage.

Held DA1JL while stationed in Germany. Also operated in England, Spain, France, Italy, Japan, and the Philippines when I worked in those countries, then KB5ETD In San Antonio Texas when I retired.

I currently work as a computer security consultant and continuity operations (SHARES/MARS) for the federal government.

Here I am as HL9AXT while stationed in South Korea using a Kenwood/Trio TS-180X (QRP). A lot younger then!

Second set up in the ROK

HL9AXN 1st shack in Korea, 88'

 

Current rigs:

Ameritron AL 811 H PA

Swan 270B Cygnet (Love the old Swan gear)

Swan 350 (Drifty 50)

Yaesu FT-101

Alinco DJ-120 (my first HT, still works)

Baofeng UV-5R 2/440 mtr

Zenith Transoceanic

Assorted Hallicrafters, Viking, Lafayette, you name it. Got rid of most of the Hallicrafters and Viking gear. Make room for more good stuff!

Vice President, Mount Vernon Amateur Radio Club (MVARC)

K4PIH was my fathers callsign many years ago. Requested as a vanity callsign in 2012

Jim Lewis, K5EH, is my brother

Keeping the family tradition alive

73, Aim High!

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