• [QSO Today] NJ7V

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    Episode 382 - Charlie Brown - NJ7V
    Charlie Brown, NJ7V, is twice a mountain goat, a
    title that comes from many SOTA activations. Of course this means
    achievement and expertise operating portable from mountain tops across
    Arizona and the West. NJ7V will share his amateur radio story, secrets to
    SOTA success, and some ideas on how to build a local SOTA organization in
    this QSO Today. Show
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    Hometown: Star Valley, WY

    Mentor: Gary Hinton, AC7R

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