CW dead? Not according to the FBI

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From: Dan Romanchik (danr@izzy.net)
Date: Sun Oct 11 1998 - 15:35:02 EDT


This ad was in the latest Popular Communications:

Federal Bureau of Investigation

The FBI is seeking experienced Communications Analysts (Radio Operator)
to work two rotating shifts. Requirements for the position include
experience with voice, FSK, and packet communications; a proficiency of
Morse code at 18 - 20 groups per minute or Extra class FCC ARL;
knowledge of radio theory, Q signs, and experience in using radios and
related equipment. Positions are located in rural Virginia. Salary range
is $32,457 to %61,190. Entry level salary will be based on skills and
experience. Related military experience beneficial but not mandatory.

Send resume to: Attn: Personnel, P.O. Box 1077, Stafford, VA 22555.
Candidates must be a US citizen and consent to complete background
investigation, polygraph, and drug test.

The FBI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Sounds like a good job for a ham!!

73, Dan KB6NU


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