Green Mountain Repeater Association - Photos
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These pages are devoted to photographs of GMRA members, and whenever possible their Amateur Radio equipment and stations. Additionally there are select photos of GMRA repeater equipment and antennas. You can click on any of the photos categories below to view them, and click on any photo to enlarge it:
GMRA Local Members
One of GMRA's Founding Fathers, Bill Kisse, WA3GJD with member John Hite, K3SGB at the 2005 Annual Meeting.

Photo courtesy of David Hunter, KB3JKO
H.D. Scott, K3HDM (SK) shown here operating portable at a local public event. H.D. was very involved in Prince George's County Ares/Races and was instrumental in making the County ARES/RACES organization a model for the State of Maryland.

Photo courtesy of H.D. Scott, K3HDM
Roy Ashlin Jr., N3NGA, a member of the Board of Directors and Technical Committee, shown here installing a new hard line cable link, including connectors, for the 146.610 repeater's Bird watt meter.

Photo courtesy of Joe Nunemaker, KD3VR.
Murray Green, K3BEQ in his radio shack. Major equipment includes a: Yaesu FT-2000 installed in the console. A Kenwood TL-922A amplifier is to the left of the console. Antennas include a Hy-Gain TH-7, seven element tri-band yagi for 10/15/20 meters at 70 feet on a Rohn 25G guyed tower; 40m sloped dipole off the tower and a 30m dipole at 70'. Murray holds the ARRL DXCC #1 Honor Roll which means he worked and confirmed all of the countries on the ARRL DXCC Countries List phone/mixed. He is currently working to bring up his totals on CW.
Photo courtesy of Murray Green, K3BEQ
Cpl. Richard T. Hartnett, KA3KYW (now WA3RTH), of the Berwyn Heights, MD., Police Department was the subject of a feature article in the Gazette newspaper. The story is about Richard's professional accomplishments. Unfortunately, the staff reporter did not mention his Amateur Radio affiliation. Richard also has 2 meter and 70 cm units installed in his cruiser. To read the article CLICK HERE

Photo courtesy of Greg Dohler, Photo Editor, The Gazette
Douglas Lindsey, KB3HER, Arrl Maryland-DC Section Emergency Coordinator shown here at the Baden Firehouse Shelter during Hurricane Isabel

Photo courtesy of Ken Greenhouse, KB3IIE
Douglas at the Prince George's County Emergency Operations Center, Landover Hills, Maryland, operating Telpac and HF during Hurricane Rita.

Photos courtesy of Douglas Lindsey, KB3HER
KK3OQ, Tom Biery's 3 element Cushcraft beam gleams in the sunlight and stands out at sunset. That's Jim Cross, WI3N and Kevin Craven, WV3D, standing on the roof assisting Tom.

Photos courtesy of Tom Biery, KK3OQ
Members CT and Sue David, K3GXF and N3RWI respectively, in front of the Royal Observatory Greenwich, England, while visiting their son Steven, N3SO. Also pictured are CT and Sue on the ZERO Degree Longitude line.

Photos courtesy of CT David, K3GXF
Allan Hubbert, KH6ILR, shown here at the Armed Forces Amateur Radio Club (AFARC) station located on the grounds of the Armed Forces Retirement Home, Washington D.C.

Photo courtesy of Allan Hubbert, KH6ILR
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