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T6MO Afghanistan flag Afghanistan

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I have redeployed. Hope to work you the next time I am in Afghanistan (2014?)

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If you are not in my log then no QSL will be sent...simple as that.

Check either LoTW or ClubLog for a valid QSO before sending a QSL card or asking if you're in the log!

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QSL via K9GY

Only send QSL requests for T6MO QSOs in your envelope.

USA: SASE (no return postage, no return QSL)

Outside USA: SAE + $2 USD (NO IRCs! They are not redeemable in USA any more).

(if you don't have an envelope and funds to return the QSL then QSL will be returned via bureau)

Bureau cards can take SIX months to TWO years to make the round-trip return to you.

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(30-JUL-2012) Sent 688 QSLs through bureau system.

(18-JAN-2013) All direct QSLs received up to 04-JAN-2013 are answered.

(03-FEB-2013) Sent 533 QSLs through bureau system.

(08-APR-2013) All direct QSLs received up to 05-March-2013 are answered.

(05-JUL-2013) All direct QSLs received up to 04-July-2013 are answered (approximately 300 QSLs).

(15-SEP-2013) All direct QSLs received up to 14-September-2013 are answered.

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160m activity (23-JAN-2013 through 09-MAR-2013) put up and take down antenna

80m activity (11-JAN-2013 through 26-APR-2013)

Sunset 1418 z, Sunrise 0105 z (local = UTC + 4.5 hours)

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I support both the:

DX Code of Conduct

Best Practices for Courteous and Efficient DXing

Please read and practice its guidelines for DX operating. Thank you!

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Grid MM44pn (before 13-SEP-2011) Near Kabul

Grid MM21cu (after 31-OCT-2011) Helmand Province

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_Bastion

 

ALL QSOs have been uploaded to ARRL LoTW and ClubLog.

No 30m operation allowed here per Theater Spectrum Mgmt.

 

Yaesu FT-857D with PALSTAR AT2K tuner

 

Antennas:

Radiowavz 40m DX (OCFD) Windom (covers 40 - 10 m with tuner) (30 feet high)

Radiowavz 80m Center fed dipole (34 feet high)

W8AMZ 160m reduced 1/2 sloper (top 43 feet and bottom 8 to 10 feet)

 

Contests entered:

2011 All-Asian DX Contest CW SOAB-LP 281 QSOs + 94 Mults = 68,714

2011 IARU SOAB-CW 208 QSOs + 36 Zones + 30 HQ Stns = 55,308

2011 WAE CW SOAB-LP 723 QSOs + 640 QTCs + 125 Multipliers = 382,616 (#1 Afghanistan, #15 Asia)

2011 WW CW SOAB-LP 1,619 QSOs + 67 Zones + 203 Countries = 1,181,250 (new Afghanistan record, #10 Asia)

2011 ARRL 10m SOLP-CW 549 QSOs + 54 Multipliers = 118,584

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2012 Russian DX Contest SOAB-LP (CW) 475 QSOs + 100 Oblasts + 117 Countries = 690,277 (new Afghanistan record)

2012 CQ WPX SSB SOLP(10m) 300 QSOs + 205 prefixes = 163,180 (#1 Afghanistan, #7 Asia)

2012 Yuri Gagarin SOAB-LP 202 QSOs + 30 ITU zones = 42,840

2012 All-Asian DX Contest CW SOAB-LP 772 QSOs + 155 Mults = 331,080

2012 IARU SOAB-CW 410 QSOs + 36 Zones + 48 HQ Stns = 147,672

2012 Russian Radiosport Team Championship SOAB-LP (CW) 68 QSOs + 13 Zones + 7 HQ Stns = 6,000

2012 RSGB IOTA SOLP-CW 68 Qs + 6 Islands = 1,446

2012 WAE CW SOAB-LP 815 QSOs + 750 QTCs + 134 Multipliers = 475,760

2012 Scandinavian Activity Contest - CW SOAB-LP 49 QSOs + 36 Mults = 2,700

2012 Worked All Germany Contest 52 QSOs + 26 districts = 4,056

2012 CQ WW SSB SOLP-10m-Assisted 1,182 QSOs + 23 Zones + 74 Countries = 317,966 (#1 Afghanistan, #1 Zone 21)

2012 CQ WW CW SOAB-LP-Assisted 1,645 QSOs + 63 Zones + 218 Countries = 1,273,773 (#9 Asia)

2012 ARRL 10m SOLP-CW 39 QSOs + 22 Countries = 3,432 (bad propagation conditions)

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2013 CQ 160m CW SOLP 56 QSOs + 17 Countries = 9,044

2013 ARRL DX CW SOLP-Unlimited 27 QSOs + 21 Mults = 1,701

2013 Russian DX Contest SOAB-LP-CW 1,007 QSOs + 180 Oblasts + 162 Countries = 2,425,806 (new Afghanistan record)

2013 CQ WPX SSB SOAB-LP-Assisted 313 QSOs + 211 prefixes = 160,993 (new Afghanistan record, #19 Asia)

2013 Yuri Gagarin SOAB-LP 663 QSOs + 56 ITU Zones = 185,976 (#1 Zone 40)

2013 Manchester Mineira SOAB-LP 153 QSOs + One South American prefix + 43 Countries = 21,912

 

Hope to work you in a CONTEST!

73, Eric

 

Picture from a forward operating base (FOB) in Helmand Province.

Picture from "Queen's Palace" southwest of Kabul

T6MO on helicopter flying out to FOB in Helmand Province

Afghan National Army (ANA) privates outside the local Kabul bank branch offices...Payday is ALWAYS a good day!

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