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To tell you about my self would fill a big book because I'm over sixty years old. I started out in electronics at Motorola on Apollo 17. I worked there for over five years all in the space programs. I'm now a Physicist / Engineer and was with the U. S. Air Force. I just retired after 30 years with the Air Force. I am sure that your book would be as big as the one I could write about my self. So,I would like to tell you a little about myself; just as a HAM Operator.

One of the reasons, I first decided to become a HAM was when I was 12 years old a friend and I had built a small short wave radio and we had a lot of fun but my father put our radio we had built in the trash can because he got shock from it. It worked but we did not understand a lot about the grounding of the radio.

The other reason was because I liked,(Ha Ha) to talking to people. I had been a student teacher at Arizona State University. I also played around with a CB when I got older, like most of us but not too much. One day,I was on my motorcycle,and out in the desert. Well I got lost,and thank God, it was not long,till I ran into the Sheriff. He was out in the desert because he was looking for some one else who was lost. He did not know about me. We talk for a while and then he lead me back to a town so I would know where I was. I had lunch with him and some of his men. Yes, they did find the person they were looking for. The Sheriff was a HAM Operator also and he began to tell me about HAM RADIO and how it could save me a lot of trouble specially (HA HA) if I was going to continue to ride by myself around in the desert. He told me about how great it was to be able to have a system that could (HA HA) reach out and touch some one and also get help if you needed it. 

​I have and All Star Node 44188.  I got a Nano-AE system so I could go anywhere and take it in the car with me cause I have a Verizon Jetpack.. 






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