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Old FCC CB License?

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Doctor_Ron

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This is a great thread! I wish I had my original license, but I should be able to recreate it with the generous posts of a few of you who still have yours. Thank you!
KYB-1942
 

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I went by Kaas 8391 & ran under Crazyman on ch 14 Am AZ. Now I'm ham operator kc7mtu & dispatcher for 5 fire depts. who to figure.
 

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Wow this thread is over 11 years old and it's been revived. There was another thread, what was your call sign also. I would love to have my license that was under my dad's name when I was 12 in 1965... KOG0554, Lafayette he 90 with a collinear 3 Hi- Gain ground plane right next to my VHF High tunable monitor for police and fire.
 

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KYF-8289 from the REACT team monitoring channel 9 for any emergencies. Those were the good ole days!
 

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Wow this thread is over 11 years old and it's been revived. There was another thread, what was your call sign also. I would love to have my license that was under my dad's name when I was 12 in 1965... KOG0554, Lafayette he 90 with a collinear 3 Hi- Gain ground plane right next to my VHF High tunable monitor for police and fire.
My friend had an HE-90 in New York! ;)
 

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Operated KON-940, Animal Clinic 7616 Custer Road West in Tacoma, KRM-8566 Rainier REACT Unit 699, and also my own license KNP-3797 in Tacoma. KBUR-7200 in Quincy, Ma. Now N1OSG. Still keep the spirit alive, just never enough time in life to enjoy the fun of radio like back then. In Tacoma was known as the PUDDLE JUMPER, in Quincy as the DUSTY BEAR
 

ke4ruu

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I've been trying to remember mine from around 1976 It started with KBBG but I'm not sure the last part. 1088 seems familiar.
 

KANE4109

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I have MOST of mine. It was out in the garage and pinned to a cork board from when I used to have a table set up out there hooked to an antenna. Then I gave it up for a long time. The cork board fell off the wall got behind some boxes...and when I finally found it....moisture had gotten to it and about 35% of the middle top is gone. Still have it though....
 

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My late brother's call sign was KBSG-0670. I never took time to investigate getting my own rig or ticket.
 

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Once upon a time I had KQV6070. Some time around '65 - '67, maybe? Also held a C.A.P. mobile call under the national license during that period. Can't remember that one.
 

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Once upon a time I had KQV6070. Some time around '65 - '67, maybe? Also held a C.A.P. mobile call under the national license during that period. Can't remember that one.
I believe 65 is around the right time. I got KQI in 1965 so KQV wasn't that far later than mine... unless it was a "recycled" call sign.
 

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I believe 65 is around the right time. I got KQI in 1965 so KQV wasn't that far later than mine... unless it was a "recycled" call sign.
At that time there were no recycled call signs, they hadn't run out yet.
 
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