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  • West Coast DX #27/1969

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  • J. Robert Eshleman, recent photo qrz.com

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  • Navassa - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    not plan to announce in advance nor operate as a DXPedition they were there for serious science I went to see the Admiral I was not only on his staff I ran his phone patches so I had ready access and he had been to our quarters and seen the station so he was predisposed to my desire to operate from Navassa and gave me the green light to see what I could put together for NAMI In less than a week without a single meeting I was able to make the arrangements The primary task of GTMO in 1970 was to train the crew of new ships leaving the shipyard and they would be at GTMO for six weeks I found that the USS Detroit an LPH Landing Platform Helocopter would be in Guantanamo in Feb and I got it s skipper to agree along with the commodore at GTMO who ran the training to embark the NAMI folks and gear and I got the CO NAS GTMO to agree to give us one of his HH1K Huey Helos to ride on the Detroit for transport to from the island All other Ham DXPeditions have had to climb a 45 foot wire rope ladder to get on Navassa from a Boston Whaler whose coxswain has a real challenge to hold the bot under the ladder and not be dashed into the rocks at Lulu Bay Everything was set up I was to join the group to do the serious DX operation but the week before departure the NAMI Admiral cancelled my permission to join citing hazardous chemicals as the reason We then almost cancelled the entire show if they were hazardous to me weren t we putting GTMO at risk but I had to accept Everything went smooth getting them on the island and we had regular 80 meter schedules several times a day for backup the Detroit was scheduled to go to retrieve the team when the Admiral called to say he had just talked with the NAMI Admiral and when my guy explained that I had done it all to make it happen the NAMI Admiral invited me to board the Detroit and land on Navassa while they were departing so I did get to climb the lighthouse and see the outhouses with a 500 foot hole In May my Admiral called to ask if I still wanted to go to Navassa he had contacted the Commandant Coast Guard Miami when he saw that the CG Buoy Tender USS Hollyhock was to come to both GTMO and Navassa in July 1971 to replace the batteries and tend the GTMO navigation aids So I boarded with my card table and metal chair a log book my Heath SB 102 Transceiver a 500 Watt AC gas generator and gas a 14AVQ vertical antenna 200 feet of wire for a long wire and a breadboard LC antenna tuner for the long wire for the overnight transit I got to climb

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  • Catwalk/Leiter

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  • Climbing/Aufstieg

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  • Platform

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  • Station 1

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