I have been licensed for 23 years, and enjoy the hobby. I find offering online testing to be very rewarding and fulfilling. I hope to meet you on the airwaves someday soon, after administering your online test with the W2RY Spout Springs Repeater Association’s team.
I have been a Ham for 26 years, and enjoy every aspect of the hobby. I find this hobby very rewarding and fulfilling. I hope to be in your test session and meet you on the air waves someday too! This hobby is a blast!
I have been an SSRA member for several years and also serve the Association as an Officer and Net Controller. You will never regret getting into this hobby, as there are many things to keep your interest. Keep studying and learn all you can!
I have been a ham for 20 years now. I recently discovered the SSRA and it sparked my love of radio again. I currently serve as Treasurer for the association. I really enjoy being a virtual VE. Being able to test folks online is a great big step into the future for amateur radio. Embracing technology is the way forward for our beloved hobby.
First licensed in 2005 as a Technician. Upgraded to General in 2016 and Extra in 2020. Enjoy making contacts around the world beginning with JT-65 and now FT-8. Grateful to share my love of the hobby with others and especially grateful for the opportunity to give back by serving as a VE in the W5YI group.
I finally got my license in 2017 after wanting one for 40 years and I enjoy 2m on the SSRA repeater, FT-8 on HF, and DMR as well. I’m also an ARRL VE working in-person testing. The W5YI and ExamTools online test process and being a VE with the SSRA team has been fantastic. It is amazing how we can use online testing and, just a few days later, callsigns are assigned! 73
Since first receiving my Novice license as a young High School student, Ham Radio has been a guiding light in many of my life’s career choices both civilian and military. I spent nearly 45 years combined working in various flavors of technical and engineering support for both the Federal Government, the Military, and working in Aerospace while in the private sector. I’ve traveled a good portion of both the world and this great country of ours primarily for the various positions which I’ve held over the years. Along the way I have been privileged to have met some truly amazing people in my travels. I have sought out advanced education aiming ever higher for that next rung on the ladder of life. I have tackled the various challenges of my professional life in the many complex systems I have been privy to work with, while passing my own lessons learned on to those just beginning the climb on their life’s ladder. But I still continue to enjoy the simple things of my personal life such as a relaxing ride on my Harley down a quiet back road, or a tall cold glass of ice tea while relaxing on my deck on a warm summer’s day. Now days being retired I have more time to explore and learn about this wonderful hobby of Ham Radio by building repeaters, exploring new technologies in communications, teaching others, and meeting more amazing folks on the airways. It’s been an absolutely incredible ride which I deeply cherish. I wish you well on your own wonderful journey my friend, for I’m still enjoying mine.
I have been a Ham for 20 years, and enjoy every aspect of the hobby, at least the ones that I’ve tried so far. There is still so much to learn. I got to serve on a Search & Rescue a few years back and it was wonderful to be able to use my talents and skills to help others in need. I also love being able to give back by helping others to gain their licenses as a member of the VE Team with the Spout Springs Repeater Association. Amateur Radio is a wonderful and rewarding hobby and I cordially invite you to join us.
Mark was operating in the field as Net Control for the Three Rivers Emergency net (Mondays at 1800 on the W7AZ repeater 146.64 MHz with a 100 Hz tone) and is their net manager. Email him at email@example.com if you would like to participate!
Hello! I’m Alex, KC0REL. I’ve been licensed since 2003, and enjoy portable operation as well as SOTA and POTA. I’m working on getting back into CW. I enjoy building and tinkering with kits and learning everything I can about amateur radio. For my day job I’m a pilot with a major US airline. Hope to see you on the air some time!