I monitor 146.520, 446.000, 3.9725, 7.228, 14.307 MHz mostly from mobile. (see aprs info below to see my last location)
I am occasionally on D-STAR Ref 56B from a DV Dongle when traveling around or on work assignments out of state.
Alan D. Morgan Mobile at US Naval Submarine Base New London
Sept. 10, 2015 July 2, 2015 in Groton, CT
Alan D. Morgan, KY1O (formerly KA4ADF, first licensed in 1978) More photos at bottom of page!
309 Creekview Drive You can track my mobile on www.aprs.fi
Paris, KY 40361-1211 On APRS Search for KY1O-9
859-753-5092 cell For my cellphone search KY1O
email@example.com Usually located in Paris, KY or Fort Belvoir, VA area.
Biography: Alan possesses a thorough background in fire & emergency services and safety and health regulatory compliance with both General Industry and Construction experiences. Alan has been involved with fire, rescue, emergency medical services, law enforcement, telecommunication, and hazardous materials mitigation and response for over 35 years. This involvement has included response as well as training program development, delivery, and supervision for various agencies and organizations. Alan served as a paid professional firefighter for Lexington, KY for many years and has volunteered at the following departments: Woodford County, Versailles, Richmond, and South Russell VFD. Alan also has a background in radio broadcasting with years of experience as a DJ and Assistant Chief Engineer supervising FCC regulatory compliance of top rated AM/FM operations. Alan was a Military Police Officer in US Army Reserve for 6 years and has served as First Vice Commander of AMVETS Post #1983 responsible for membership, entertainment, & webmaster. He is an Amateur Extra Class Amateur Radio Operator, licensed since 1978, with the callsign of KA4ADF, now KY1O. Alan’s formal education includes Certificate of Competency, Associate of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees from Eastern Kentucky University in Fire and Safety Engineering Technology with an option in Industrial Risk Management. He has worked as an OSHA Safety Consultant Senior with the Kentucky Labor Cabinet – Occupational Safety and Health Program (KyOSHA). Alan also owned his own company (4SAFE-T: Training & Consulting Specialists, LLC) providing safety and health training and consulting services from 1991 to 2002. Alan served as Corporate Safety Director for a commercial construction firm with offices in Cincinnati & Columbus, OH and Louisville, KY. Alan worked as an Industrial Safety Consultant Specialist with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Employer Management Services in the Governor’s Hill and Hamilton Service Offices for several years. Alan worked as Safety Director for Al. Neyer, Inc., a design-build architectural engineering construction firm in downtown Cincinnati, OH. He has presented on various fire and safety related topics at conferences, seminars, and universities around the country. He served as an advisory committee member of Construction Management and taught Construction Safety Management at Northern Kentucky University; University of Cincinnati, and Cincinnati State Technical College as an Adjunct Professor. Alan served as the Site Safety, Health, & Environmental Manager for Treviicos-Soletanche Joint Venture at the Wolf Creek Dam Foundation Remediation Project for US Army Corps of Engineers on Lake Cumberland near Jamestown, Kentucky. He served as Site Safety & Health Officer for PDBC3, Inc. supervising safety & health on a US Army Corps of Engineers managed project for a VA Medical Facility in Danville, IL. Recently a Safety Specialist for LFUCG - Div. of Waste Management and now currently serving as a Site Safety & Health Officer on various US Government projects subcontracted through ACE Constulting with my own company Morgan's Consulting, LLC in Paris, KY.
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Photo of how my ham shack looks on old QSL card below...
I bought a White 2012 Ford Escape 4WD on 2/26/2015 and installing various radios and antennas currently to make it a mobile command post. I run a Yaesu FTM-400DR, Yaesu FT-991, Kenwood TS-480SAT, TYT 9000 220MHz, 11 meters among other scanners and radios.
Yaesu FT-991 8/25/2015 Diamond K400 mounts used on hood & hatch
Mobile on Lower Granite Dam, WA - 2/2/2016 Radios inside 2012 Ford Escape in CT on 10/18/2015
KY1O Mobile in driveway at home in Paris, KY.
Pretty much how my Ham Shack looks on my old QSL before call change to KY1O
Kenwood TS-430S HF rig with a D-160A mic, MFJ-949E Antenna Tuner, two commercial rigs - GE-2m/Midland-70cm that scan most area ham repeaters 24/7, Yaesu FT-8900 Quad Band (10m/6m/2m/70cm), Yaesu FT2900 75 watt 2m, and use a
Vertex Standard commercial mobile programmed to area fire/ems that have not gone digital yet.
Powered by Astron 50M and Yaesu FP-1030 power supplies.
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