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Fellow DXers,

May I brag just a bit?After DXing for 49 years, on October 13, 2009, I am proud to announce I am now # 1 Honor Roll, having worked all current DXCC entities! This was accomplished from only stateside locations, mostly from Iowa (not from the Virgin Islands!). I credit this achievement not to myself alone but to my many manyDX friends who helped in such gracious ways through all these years! You know who you are -- thank you. I also credit all the wonderful DXers who were on the "other end", who heard my faint calls, choppy fist and fading signals! Thank you as well.

Hark, for as angels of yore, I cast my voice to the far reaches of the earth!

And, now, about operations and QSL information for NP2N, NP2N / W0 and NP2N / AG0:

I use the 3 call signs in the following ways:

NP2N :

When in the Virgin Islands, I operate from our QTH, Mountain Breeze, on St.Croix Island, U. S. Virgin Islands. If you are interested in visiting and operating our station, visit our website at

http://www.MyMountainBreeze.com/

NP2N / W0 :

When stateside, I am in Iowa (Story County). When operating from the mainland, I sign NP2N / W0. For contest and DXCC purposes, this call will record as W0.

NP2N / AG0

I use this call only in the WPX contests (SSB and CW) and always operate this call from the USA W0 district (QTH - Iowa). Generally, this call will be a unique multiplier for the contest since other AG0 stations rarely participate. For the WPX contest, this will record as USA and the multiplier prefix AG0. For DXCC purposes, this call will record as W0.

I look forward to receiving your QSL and will be happy to return a distinctive card for each of these 3 calls. Please QSL:

direct to stateside address:

George Oster

1210 Orchard Drive

Ames, IA 50010-5217 USA

or

via the KP2 bureau (although this is the slowest route and I prefer not to burden this bureau with my stateside contact QSL's)

If you need additional information or wish to contact me, my email is np2n@arrl.net or visit our website http://www.MyMountainBreeze.com/

73 and Good DX, George NP2N

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