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On the left is an M-2 6M8GJ with an old HDR-300 AZ rotator. The little white box is a Solar Powered, wireless, Wind speed and direction sensor which sends data back to the shack.


On the right is my small EME array for 2m and 70cm. The antennas are InnovAntennas G0KSC LFA's. There are currently 4 18 element 432 LFA's on the left of the H-Frame and 2 15 element LFA's on the right.

Rig: K3 from Elecraft with 3 transverters: XV50, XV144, XV432 ; Xref board which allows my Trimble GPS to keep the K3 on a nearly exact frequency; TCXO's and matched 8-pole filters in all.

The view is similar to the one shown from circa 060 degrees around to 280 degrees and in the Southerly direction. This is what rural Appalachia looks like to us. There are no dwellings seen, or hidden, in valleys, in this picture. Behind this picture is a 1110 foot long dipole which is 80 feet off the ground and stretched over the oak trees.



This was the view of the 450-ohm feed line as it arrives at the 1110 foot dipole. We had just had a pretty strong amount of ice form on trees. The height is about 80 feet off the ground.


AH1G Cobra Attack Helicopter I flew

Here's my preferred method of dealing with enemies. We flew for SOG CCN, Mai Loc under then Major Clyde Sincere ... just ask him.


My idea of "Mobile Operations" and how I would rather get around. This is one of my wild mustangs, Shaanav. My son is following.

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