Amateur Radio Station KK4IB in Warner Robins, Georgia.

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50’ of Rohn 25 arrived, December 2015.
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Tower pieces laying on the ground.
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Laying it all out.
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The tower came with the rotor installed!
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Baseplate prepared, waiting for the cement truck. Little more than one cubic yard.
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Ready to lift. The first ground rod is just barely visible in the picture just above the concrete.
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Fully populated, waiting for the crew.
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Force 12 C3S, HB 6meter 3 element, V2000 tri-band.
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A thing of beauty.
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Early configuration. April 2016.
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The station, click for current image.
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75 Meter dipole finally stretched out, but the support bent.
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The view on 21 May 2016.

Main antenna group as of August 2019; there is also an experimental MARS OCFD across the back yard.
Rohn 25GB 50' ... from the top:
Diamond V2000 tri-band vertical,
Home Brew 6 Meter Yagi
Force12 C3S tri-band "HF Beam",
on the right: a TRAM 1400 packet station 2 meter antenna, (top just misses the C3S)
on the left: the stand-off suports two (a 75 meter and a 40 meter inverted-V) dipoles,
to the left, on a separate mast, is a TRAM dual-band auxiliary antenna used for MARS and testing.