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Former callsigns: WN5QZW, WA5URC, WB6JCB, KJ6IR. First licensed 1966. 

Really disliked the WN5QZW call, so let it expire before upgrading , so unlicensed for about a year.  Been continuous since.  WA5URC was much better. 

Did I mention I really didn't like the WN5QZW call? 

WB6JCB wasn't too bad, but similar enough to another ham in the same area we got confused for each other.  Kinda liked the KJ6IR call, but dumped it when I moved to the VI. 

Only problem with the KP2 call is I get get a lot of folks thinking I'm a KB2, other than that, I like this one (guess I better, had to pay to get it!)


Just some notes on QSLing.

Prefered would be LOTW or eQSL.

Hard-copy cards are available.

For US stations (incl territories) an SASE will do.

For non-US stations who want to send money for return postage (otherwise cards will be answered via Bureau) please only Green Stamps. There seems to be much confusion with the US Postal Service over IRCs, and Foreign currency is impossible to deal with, unfortunately.

Any cards without Green Stamps (2) will unfortunately have to be replied via the Bureau. I know this may sound unfriendly and that is not my intent, but the banks here are very unfriendly toward foreign currency (they charge a fee for the conversion usually several times the postage amount).

That being said, I DO want everyone who works me and needs confirmation to get confirmed. One way or another I will QSL 100%.

Another alternative for hard-copy is ClubLog. I upload to Club Log when eQSL and LOTW go.

eQSL and LOTW get uploaded nearly every night, sometimes I'm lazy and it takes a coupla days, but no longer than a week in any event.


Thanx for your help on this and 73s.



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