I like to work Japanese stations for the JCC and JCG awards!
I am worth 5 points per QSO in 2014 toward the ARRL Centennial Points Challenge as a Volunteer Examiner . http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party. I will be one of five operators activating W1AW/KH2 from 19-25 March 2014.
I upload logs to LOTW regularly, often weekly. I also upload logs to EQSL, however less frequently. QSL via direct or via the BURO - no problem!
Please QSL via W2YC for KH2/N2NL and NH2T. I will respond to any direct requests sent to my Guam address, however mail delivery takes longer and W2YC does an incredible job quickly turning around QSL requests. For N2NL and KG4NL, please QSL direct.
For more information, including a station description, you can visit my blog at http://www.n2nl.net.
Please look for me on the air from Guam as KH2/N2NL and NH2T (during contests). If you hear me in a contest, please give me a call!
I enjoy low band DXing and have completed 9BWAZ, including all 40 zones on 160m. In the summer of 2013 I moved to a new hilltop QTH and continue to be QRV on 160-6m. I will be departing Guam in June 2014, and transferring to Honolulu, Hawaii where I will be stationed until 2018.
I am a Chief Warrant Officer (Naval Engineering specialty) in the US Coast Guard. I serve as the Port Engineer for the Guam based Coast Guard cutters. Below is a photo of the 110ft USCGC WASHINGTON lifted out of the water by cranes for maintenance in June 2011.
I am also a member of Navy-Marine Corps MARS, as NNN0IGW.
In May 2013, I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. Following 8 rounds of chemotherapy and two major surgeries, I have since been diagnosed cancer free as of January 2014.
Many thanks for the QSOs! Domo arigato!
73, Dave KH2/N2NL
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