NOT A MEMBER OF THE QSL BURO SYSTEM. IN MOST COUNTRIES THE QSL BURO SERVICE IS PART OF THE NATIONAL RADIO LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP. IN THE USA THE BURO SYSTEM IS A SEPARATE COST, AND THERE ARE SEPARATE COST FOR BOTH SENDING AND RECEIVING QSLS.
DX: IF YOU WOULD LIKE A QSL PLEASE SEND A SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE OR A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH $1.
(Airmail postage is now $1.15; in other words, I am not making money). NO IRCs, cannot be used in USA after 1/1/2014.
STATESIDE: Self Addressed Stamped Envelope
40M ANTENNA: In early September, 2014, I homebrewed a BOBTAIL CURTAIN and installed it in trees; it is 140 feet long and has 3 vertical elements. It is the only antenna I use.
Former callsigns and operator: VP2V/ WA2VUY, HI3/WA2VUY, HI8/WA2VUY, J8/WA2VUY, J80WW, TK/WA2VUY, HB9/WA2VUY, IL3/WA2VUY, I3/WA2VUY, T70A, 4L2FS (Leningrad 1990), VE9/WA2VUY
#1 DXCC Honor Roll (all DXCC countries worked and confirmed), SSB and Mixed.
10 Meter DXCC certificate #16.
My primary hobbies are cycling and DXing.
Below, left to right: JY1 King Hussein qsl card, #1 Honor Roll DXCC plaque, automobile license plate, All Oblast Award from USSR (basic 100 oblast certifciate, 150 and All Oblast endorsements):
DXCC #1 Honor Roll, Phone and Mixed:
All Oblast Endorsement:
QSL from JY1 King Hussein:
During 1966-1967 I was stationed at a very, very, small communications base (tropo/vhf/uhf) on the Thailand/Laos border named the WARIN RADIO SITE (U.S. Army):
Would very much like to hear from anyone that was stationed at Warin or from AET, the U.S. Army HF station in Tehran, Iran, where I was stationed next on a TDY assignment in 4Q/1967.
I went to U.S Army Signal School at Fort Monmouth.
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