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Hello! Thank you for stopping by!

I passed my Technician exam on 11-30-2012, and the General Exam on 12-01-2012, so I am fairly new with lots to learn.

I am using a previously loved Icom 746 with a homebrew 33' vertical antenna. It was my first attempt at an antenna of this size. I had previously made a homebrew ground plane antenna for the aviation band (I am a pilot, I have to have my aviation radio!), and a homebrew ground plane antenna for 10 - 11 meters. I was surprised that they worked as well as they did, so I tried something a little bigger.

After flying helicopters and fixed-wing reconnaissance airplanes in the U.S. Army in the Republics of Korea and Germany, I decided to try my luck flying in the civilian world.

I am now a pilot for a major airline based in Chicago, and I also fly WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War era aircraft on my days off. I am an Examiner for these old warbirds. Officially, my title is Experimental Aircraft Examiner. For more information about warbirds or about what I do, please visit the following websites: www.warbirds-eaa.org and www.finneganaviationservices.com.

Here's a photo of my "office." You might hear me on 10 through 20 meters USB from the airborne mobile on occasion...

I try to monitor frequencies 14.295, 14.300, 18.135 and 28.335, workload permitting.

And here are some photos of me at my other job / hobby....

Have a great day!

73,

Ed

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