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Dale MacLean AK8R


Dale was a Ham since 1997, upgraded to Tech Plus 1997, General 1998 and Extra 2002. He was very active in 3905 Century Club where he achieved the Master Degree # 14 in 2003. He earned WAS QRP 5 watts on both 40m and 80m. Also WAS YL's, WAS State Capitals, WAS CW all on 80m and 40m, along with WAS 160m. His base was a FT8100R and Icom 746, with TA34XL w/40m add on up 56 feet, Comet G15, G5RV, 160m dipole and a 160m full wave loop. His mobile was an Icom 706M2G with a screwdriver and dual bander.

 

 
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