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I was first licensed in 1966 as WN8TXS. Since then, I've held calls WB1CJT, KK4QY, W4TXS, and now N8AG. I've operated from Pawcatuck, CT; Londonderry, NH; Warrenton, VA and now, Locust Grove, VA since my Novice days. I passed the General and Advanced tests on the same day at the Boston FCC office and then upgraded to Extra a short time later. I primarily operate CW on the lower HF bands, 160, 80 and 40 with 160 being my favorite. I hold 160 Meter DXCC #440. I have two brothers that are also licensed and they too have worked DXCC on 160 meters. W8TXT and NZ8B. My brother Jim, NZ8B, operated as V73AS from Kwajalein Atoll many years ago. Anyone still needing a QSL card from him can contact me at w4txs@yahoo.com. I still have cards and recently found some old logs.  I recently changed my call to N8AG as I was looking for a call with better CW and SSB "punch" . I actually support the idea of keeping the call signs tied to the call area of the permanent station address, but that seems like water over the damn these days. I would have gone for a "4" 1x2 call if any were available. However, when I found N8AG available, I jumped at it. Being a native of Ohio, and since my Navy nickname was "AG", it all seemed to fit. In this case my hypocrisy was evident. 73 es God Bless Dave - N8AG

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