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First licensed in 1965 as WN4WXK, Millington, TN.  Six months later upgraded to General and became WA4WXK. Moved to Arkansas where I was issued WA5NVO. Kept that call for the next 45 years, during which time I pursued a career as a Naval Aviator, moved to Texas where I upgraded to Advanced and Extra, and began a civilian career as a professional pilot while completing my Navy career in the Reserves. Retired in 2009 and moved to Oregon and applied for my original suffix.  I was issued K7WXK. Presently interested in the older classic receivers and transmitters. My collection is pictured below. Current rig is an Icom 765, and a Folding Hexbeam and 40m dipole. My classic stations consist of a Kenwood TS-830s with accessories, and a Yaesu FL-2100B linear, a Collins KWM-2 transceiver,  with 312B-5 VFO/wattmeter, 75S-3b receiver, 32S-3 transmitter, a 51S-1 receiver, and 30L-1 linear amplifier, and a Collins 75A-4 receiver with Central Electronics 100-V transmitter and an SB-200 linear amplifier. I have recently added an Icom 751-A.  My additional general coverage receivers include Hammarlund's HQ-120x, HQ-150, and SP-600JX-17 and a Collins R-388.

Marc, K7WXK

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Brand new ham (WN4WXK) 1965 NAS Memphis ham shack W4ODR.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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