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W4T Team Member (and Trustee) July 23 - July 26, 2009 and July 27 - July 31, 2011.  QSL W4T via K5VIP

VP5/W4VIC 2008  QSL via W4VIC

ALL QSO's confirmed via LoTW and now eQSL.

Hard card QSL's are also sent to needed/wanted DX entities, either via bureau or direct, according to instructions provided by you and depending on my need status. If you get my card you know I need yours. Your hard card QSL's are very much appreciated but I also value highly LoTW QSLs and eQSL's.

If you need my hard card send a S.A.S.E. to my published QRZ address and I will return my card promptly.

Please do your part to keep operating conditions on the DX bands a positive experience for all concerned. PATIENCE is a virtue. Remember that some very good people do sometimes make egregious mistakes. Give that guy who irritates you so much the benefit of the doubt -- he just might be like your own grandpa (and like me).

Thank you for the QSO's. Isn't amateur radio a grand priviledge? Keep it safe and secure -- be a good operator. 73, Vic www.w4vic.com

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