What's missing from this picture?

Operators, of course!

Most of the contest operations at WAIH are in the multi-operator, multi-transmitter class.
It takes a large crew to keep on the air 48 hours;  here are some of the operators that make it work:


Paul Bittner, WAIH, after logging a new one on 80M CW in the 2006 CQ Worldwide DX Contest.
For Paul, CQWW is THE contest!


Paul with two of the long-time operators, Tom Woods WARBW and John Desmond KTG. (2006)


Paul Husby WUC, typically found at the 40M operating position.


KTG at the 20M run position in the Air Force Shack (2006)


Tom Woods WARBW, operating 10M in CQWW Phone 2006.


Tony Wanschura, KMO (XU7MWA) at 10M (foreground) with Mike Schultz KST at 80M

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Scott Jasper, NE9U at 15 Run (foreground) and Paul Husby, WUC at 40M (2006)


Dave Ranney, KTR at 15M


Dan Karg, WRDK, running WAIH SO2R
.
Dan has been one of the primary techs keeping our computer network up and running.
(2006)


John & Jan Desmond K
TG & KQEP at 10M


Mark Seyffer, KB9S at 15Spot (background) is another long-time op (2006)


Kirk Pengelly, NKK in the chair at 40M (2006)


Justin Glasener, K9MU at 10M.  Justin has also been active from the farm in VHF contests.
(2006)


Jeff Strandberg, KUU, at the controls of the 160 position
(2006)



Mike Gulbranson, WGM at the 20M station
(2006)

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