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Howdy!

 

I'm an Aggie (graduate of Texas A&M University) who lives and works in College Station, TX.  I retired from the Navy after serving 20 years in the surface warfare and intelligence communities from 1986 to 2006.  Ships I served on include USS Talbot (FFG-4), USS Thomas S. Gates (CG-51), and USS Enterprise (CVN-65).  Shore commands include Naval Education and Training Center (Newport), Atlantic Intelligence Command (Norfolk), Office of Naval Intelligence (Norfolk Det), Defense Intelligence Agency (Norfolk Det), Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center (Virginia Beach), Air Command and Staff College (Montgomery), Joint Forces Staff College (Norfolk), and US Central Command (Tampa).

 

JOIDES Resolution

 

N5RBR putting the finishing touches on my tower

 

I've been a ham since Sep 2013.  My HF rig is an IC-7200 usually running 100-500W with inverted V homebrew multiband (6-80M) dipole up 55 feet, pointed north and south.  My backup antenna is an off center dipole pointed east and west.  I use an IC-706MKIIG and homebrew Buddipole for portable ops.  My primary iambic paddle is a N3ZN ZN-9. I am a VE and a member of the CWops Club (#1826), Deep Dixie Contest Club, Navy Amateur Radio Club (#976), the 7163 Group (#138), FISTS (#17786) and the Bryan, TX Amateur Radio Club (W5BCS).  

 

I absolutely love serving as an Advisor for CWops Academy and enjoy helping people learn CW.

 

I currently work at Texas A&M University's International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP), where we support global scientific drilling operations onboard the research vessel, JOIDES Resolution (drill ship pictured above).

 

I look forward to meeting you!

 

73,

Jim AD5TT

 

 

 

 

N5RBR putting the finishing touches on my tower

 

 

 

I highly recommend the CW Operators Club CW Academy for anyone wanting to learn CW (http://www.cwops.org).  It’s time consuming, rigorous and challenging, but very rewarding.  

 

 

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