I am also a Vietnam Vet but was not on land I was on the
USS SARATOGA so we didn't learn as much about the culture
we just floated around working everyday and wondering when
we would *ever* get back home :0)
Also that is a very good question have you done one for
logger32 by any chance or could you explain the process of
My guess is I would use one you sent me as a template and
just change the indicators the size would stay the same.
73 fer nw,
KE5CTY (old calls WB5ZQU - WY5L)
10X# 37210, FP#-1141, SMIRK#-5177
Code may be taking a back seat for now,
but the pioneering spirit that put the code
there in the first place is out front of it all.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alan Zack [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2005 8:51 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: KE5CTY Bob; CT-User@contesting.com
> Subject: Re: [ct-user] CT-SETUP PROBLEM
> Good stuff. Have you ever considered doing the same
thing for DX4WIN?
> Interesting collection of world flags on your web site.
> in most parts of
> the USA where there are Vietnamese immigrants the flag
> show for Vietnam
> would not be acceptable to them. That is the former
> Vietnam communist
> flag. In CA and here in Las Vegas the Asian markets
> former South
> Vietnam flag (Yellow background with red and green
> like the ribbon of my
> Vietnam Service Medal). Yes, the red one with the
> star is now the
> official flag but when ever it is flown, there will be
> demonstrations. One guy
> originally from Hanoi flew the NUN flag in the window of
> video rental store
> in Little Saigon and there were 100's of protesters
> everyday until he took
> it down.
> Just a little political thingee. Not intending to start
> political battle.
> Kyle Chavis wrote:
> > I've made up Keyboard Overlays for CT, N1MM, and
> available in
> > single or 5 per page. With Excel you can edit them to
> > needs.
> > http://www.wa4pgm.us/my_station.htm
> > scroll to bottom of page.
> > 73 Kyle
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