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Hello Everyone,

I was issued this call when I received my Novice License in 1976 after joining the Amateur Radio and Television Station Club @ Ridley South Junior High School in Pennsylvania. Doctor Clark Administered the test. I allowed the License to expire when I entered active duty with the U.S.. Army on active duty from 1982 to 1992. I was assigned 8 out of my 10 years in West Germany as a MP dog handler. I was present during the fall of the Iron Curtain and the official end of the Cold War. I finally stopped procrastinating, tested and passed the technician test in December of 2010 and onto the General  class by July of 2011. I was issued call KB3VKY. I eventually took back my original call and plan to keep it until I am a silent key.


On vacation (July 2017)  RV'ing the USA! I'm on 20 meters mobile w/ my Hustler antenna.

Rooster Net 3.990 (0600 Daily)

Frequent WB2JKJ Net which is held Monday thru Friday on 7.238 (0700-0830 local).

Monitor simplex 146.520, 147.420, 446.000, and 223.500.

W3EOC (west) 441.950+ 100.0 pl

DSTAR Reflector 30C & W3EOC/B

220 advocate. Trying to keep it alive and would like to start a 220 net someday, somewhere.








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