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NOTE - This is a re-creation of Rob Flory's original site which crashed some time ago - unfortunately some photos are still missing but most of the text is here - if you can help with any replacement photos, please send e-mail to Rob or to Nick K4NYW

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I am especially active on 80 and 40 meters CW with my Navy radio equipment.  When I am not chasing DX in the lower portions of those bands, I am around 3545 and 7045 looking for fellow boatanchor enthusiasts.  I check in from time to time on the Old Military Radio Net on 3570kc on Sunday evenings at 9PM Eastern. I can be found occasionally on 7290 AM in the daytime on weekends, and will be trying 160 AM in the dark, too.  My callsign is K2WI.