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Anybody obtain their Radiotelegraph Operator License Lately?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KK5JY, May 17, 2019.

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  1. W3SY

    W3SY Ham Member QRZ Page

    "Applicant must have his own visor and sleeve garters."
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  2. WA1GXC

    WA1GXC Ham Member QRZ Page

    You think you're joking? Worked with the Shop Steward who sat watch at all times with the green eyeshade, even at night. Other

    guy had been spy's radio operator in the O.S.S, forerunner of CIA. Sat watch with his bug, two opened rolls of Rolaids

    and a pocket-sized Bible on the desk at all times. A little-bit jumpy, some might say.
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  3. W9LWA

    W9LWA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Well, for what it's worth, Tiffany Mansell at NRE/W5YI group told today by email they can do the code tests and all I need to do is go to their site and search by state to find the nearest examiner. She also mentioned the A/E code credit but unfortunately, my Extra is too new for that...
  4. KW0FRE

    KW0FRE Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Maybelline or Avon?
  5. WZ7U

    WZ7U Ham Member QRZ Page

  6. WA1GXC

    WA1GXC Ham Member QRZ Page

    There are in existence a small number of R-390A/URR with data plates showing contractor name "Helena Rubenstein". Long story, chain of business acquisitions
    on the side; Helena Rubenstein cosmetics wholly-owned subsidiary acquired R-390A receivers somewhere, got a gov't contract, and re-sold them with the mark-up $$$ with
    newly-fashioned data-plates with requisite contractor information.
    Used by USAF security groups, NSA, embassies, Navy Security Groups.

    You guys make me blush.

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