Amateur Radio Station WY4X
Fort Valley, Peach County Georgia EM82bn
I am retired from the Department of Defense,   in my last position I managed the Air Traffic Control Systems for Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters.  Now happily retired I operate phone,  CW and the digital modes on HF as well as the amateur satellites,   DSTAR and DMR.    I QSL via the LOTW but also enjoy exchanging QSL cards from other hams as well as short wave listeners.
As much as I appreciate solid state technology and today's micro components I also love boat anchors and the glow of tubes so I take great pleasure in operating radios from the 1950's, 60's and 70's.
My #'s for the CW clubs are NAQCC: 0112, SKCC: 9949, Flying Pig: 3815
Primary desk: ICOM IC-7700 and IC-7200
Drake TR4, 4B Twins and L-4B Circa 1970's
HRD not used for satellite ops.  All satellite QSO's are uploaded to LOTW immediately following the QSO
Collins KWM-2A with 312-B5 and 30-L1 Cira 1960's
The AM position: National NC-300 Receiver and EF Johnson Viking Ranger Transmitter Circa 1950's
SATCOM Position IC-9700 and IC-7300