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QSL cards from W1ĜĜAW and W1AW operating portable will be sent automatically via the QSL Bureau system to each U.S.A. station who signs-up online to receive such cards from ARRL [this form is not ready yet -- please watch for an announcement].  http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party  This is a one-time only use of the QSL Bureau for this purpose. QSLs will automatically be sent to stations outside the U.S.A. via the QSL Bureau as normal by ARRL.  QSLs may be requested from ARRL directly also, with an SASE required for return.

Paper QSLs for W1AW may be sent to:

225 Main St.
Newington, CT 06111 

QSLing will take us a few months, so because you will work all the W1AW stations (right?) you may want to hold-off on sending QSLs.  If you want to send cards direct, you may include 5 cards and an SASE in one envelope for one unit of postage in the U.S.

Please indicate on the outside of the envelope which portable operation you are QSL'ing. (Example: "ATTN-W1AW/4 - Tennessee.") If you are QSL'ng several portable operations in a single envelope, write "W1AW portable operations - multiple."


Hello. I go by Ned. So fix your database or you'll get a busted QSO. (Nathaniel is reserved for licenses, diplomas, summons, indictments, and other official papers.) QTH through OCT 2003; Lexington, MA, Middlesex County. New QTH since MAR 2004; Friendsville, TN (near Knoxville) Blount County. Ex-K1SOP 1961-1999 in Massachusetts, California, Texas. 1972: KR6CN Okinawa, Japan. Photo (22 MAY 2009) shows a KC-135R from the 134th Air Refueling Wing Tennessee Air National Guard on downwind about to turn base. Antennas are Cushcraft XM-240 and SteppIR 4el. The XM-240 has since been rebuilt as a modified Moxon based on the design by W6NL.

Please include addressed envelope for direct QSL. USA postage, green stamps, IRCs are NOT NECESSARY.  Your QSL card is enough.


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