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NL7CO is the control operator for KO5OK.  KO5OK is used mainly for multi-op contests or those where using NL7CO would give a competitive advantage.  It is also used as the GOTA station on the ARRL Field Day at the W5KS site and as an alternate / training callsign for the local high schools when prepping for the School Roundup.

KO5OK logs are up loaded to LoTW signed as NL7CO after each contest, so if you're looking for an LoTW confirmation try entering the contact as NL7CO.

If you want a paper QSL, you will get an NL7CO one that indicates "Control Operator for KO5OK" on the face of it.  I answer SASE's immediately, SAE on Sundays, and QSL cards without an SASE or SAE when the stack starts to fall out of the 8" tray.  It will get answered, it's up to you how fast it gets answered.

Don, NL7CO / EM04

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