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Just moved to a new QTH. These are pix of the old one.

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:

Swan 270B Cygnet (Love the old Swan gear)

Swan 350 (Drifty 50)

Swan 200A

Swan 500

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!

Former President/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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