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Name:
James Duffer
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Graduated South Oklahoma City Junior College (1982), Strayer University, Washington, D.C. 1992.
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Twelve yrs w/U.S Army, Signal Corps.
Retired from FAA. Serving at several FAA Long Range Radar sites and ending up at the Radar Program Office in Washington, D.C. I just like math. (Although it has been while!) Amateur Radio Operator (WD4AIR) The little dog on the back of my neck is a Boston Terrier named "Bonnie" Any work I do on OS is approved by her.
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