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, more than 340 countries confirmed 10M.
My primary hobbies are cycling and DXing.
Below, left to right: JY1 King Hussein qsl card, #1 Honor Roll DXCC plaque for SSB and Mixed, New Jersey automobile license plate with my callsign, All Oblast Award from USSR (basic 100 oblast certifciate, 150 oblast 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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