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N2WB @ 3Y0X Peter I Island 2006.
N2WB @ YI9PSE Erbil, Iraq 2009.
DXpedition Experience: Participated in over thirty-nine+ World-Wide Expeditions
Contest Experience: To numerous to list.
Club Memberships: American Radio Relay League, ARRL - Life Member (SINCE 1979) ARRL A-1 Operator Club.
Member of the Clipperton DX Club - (Life Member) - "Clipperton DX Club Merit Award"
Radio Club Ushuaia, Argentina LU8XW (Life Member)
Florida East Coast DX Club (Member)
NCDXCC - North Carolina DX Contest Club (Member)
NCDXF - North California DX Foundation (Member)
Southeastern DX Club (SEDXC) (Member)
Metro DX Club - Oak Lawn, IL (Lifetime Honorary Member)
Hillview Gardens Amateur Radio Club 9M6AAC - Malaysia (Life Member)
Friends of the F6KOP Club - Team - France
Friends of PCARS - Platinum Coast Amateur Radio Society - Melbourne - Florida
Friends of Old Barney Amateur Radio Club - New Jersey
Friends of SFDXA- South Florida DX Assn. - South Florida
HAM RADIO AWARDS: "Clipperton DX Club Merit Award", Dxpedition of the Year 2005-2006 (3Y0X), A-1 Operator's Award, DXCC Challenge, Top Honor Roll, Florida QSO Party TOP Florida SSB 2006 and 2008, First Place - Phone - Southeast DX Club Contest 2008.
About Bill: A well known, seasoned and respected Expeditioner, an avid DXer has visited (66) DXCC entities and all seven continents.
He has participated in (39) + DXpeditions, including two involving “top 20” DXCC entities, i.e. Spratly Island and Peter I Island. In fact, in the last ten years plus,
the Dxpeditions that Bill has participated in have made over 500,000 QSOs with the “deserving”. WORLD Record for DIGI Mode QSO's on a Expedition Team - TS7C (12,354 RTTY or 13,918 RTTY + PSK). He has been an operator on 2 of the top 7 DXpeditions with the highest QSO totals.
In addition, Bill has had the honor of having participated in several "TOP" DXpeditions and “DXpedition of the Year”. He enjoys DX'ing and DXpeditions also World Travel. Look for him on Phone, RTTY, Low BAND CW and PSK a little SSTV.
Other callsigns have included: CY9M, ET3AA, ET3SID, HR5/N2WB, TJ9PF, PJ7E, OE/N2WB, 4U1VIC, YI9PSE, TS7C, TX5C, FO5A/MM, J5C, XT2C, XT2CJ, 3Y0X, CE9/N2WB, XR9A, XR9A/MM, XR9A/8, CE0Z, 4U1ITU, F/N2WB, HB0/N2WB, DL/N2WB, LU/N2WB, CE8/N2WB, PJ4/N2WB, IS0/N2WB, T70A, 5J0X, HK0/N2WB, VP2MWB, V25WB, HH4/N2WB, ZL7C, ZL3/N2WB, J79WB, J68WB, KH9/N2WB, FG/N2WB, W4A, W1AW, J75J, J6J, FG5BG, WP2Z, 9M6OO Spratly Is., KP2/N2WB, KG4WB and 9M6AAC, OE100M.
Visited 67 Countries: USA, VE, G, F, FO0, DL, KG4, FG, HK, HK0, J6, KP2, FM, PJ2, P4, VP2M, V2, KL7, KP4, 6Y, LU, 4U1ITU, 4U1VIC, HB, HB0, KH9, KH6, IS0, ZL, ZL7, HH, C6, 9M6, A6, OE, ON, PA, I, T7, IS0, V3, HR, PJ2, CE, 3Y0, VP8, CE0/Z, XT, J5, PJ9, CE9, LX, FM, FS, 6W, VP8, 3V, YI, OM, PJ7, TJ, EA, ET3, CY9, OZ, SM, XE
Operated From 49 Countries: USA, VE, P40, FO/C, FG, 1S0, 9M6, KH6, KG4, KL7, J6, HH4, VP2M, V25, ZL7, ZL3, J7, KH9, J6, HK0, KP2, PJ4, IS0, CE0Z, 3Y0, XT2, F, J5, CE9, KP4, 4U1ITU, HB0, DL, CE8, LU, PJ4, T7, PJ2, CE9, KP2, VP8, OE, 3V, YI, 4U1VIC, PJ7, TJ, ET3, HR, CY9.
But probably most important, Bill has mentored or elmered literally dozens of DXers and Expeditioners over the years. He has become a role mode,
for many in the sport of DXing and Pile-up managment. As a part of these impressive amateur radio accomplishments, he has operated from what are now National Wildlife Refuges,
public lands or environmentally sensitive locations around the World. 2008 - Clipperton Island: (French Overseas Territory) Call sign: TX5C. 2006 - Amateur radio expedition to the Antarctic island of Peter I Island (Norwegian Overseas Territory) Authorized and approved by: Norsk Polar Institute,
Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Union, the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of State. His team was ashore for approximately two weeks with off-shore support. Call sign: 3YØX. 2002 - Chatham Island: Authorized and permitted by New Zealnd Gov't. Call sign: ZL7C 1998 - Wake Island: Closed US Military Installation in the Central Pacific Ocean. Call sign: KH9/N2WB.
*2010 - PJ7E Expedition: NEW DXCC Country.
Past Expedition / Dxpedition -
2012- SM Maimo, Sweden, Nov
2012- OZ Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct
2012- HK3 Bogota, Colombia, Sept
2012- CY9M St Paul Island, Canada 23 July 03 Aug 2012 QSL via M0URX
2012- DL/N2WB Germany 03 - 18 April QSL via N2OO
2011 - ET3AA and ET3SID Ethiopia 08 - 14 December QSL via N2OO
2011 - DL/N2WB Germany 02 - 08 December QSL via N2OO
2011 - HR5/N2WB Honduras 20 March / 04 April QSL via N2OO OQRS
2011 - TJ9PF Cameroon February, QSL Via F5OGL
2011 - F/N2WB France February QSL via N2OO
2010 - PJ7E St Maarten: NEW DXCC Country. Oct. QSL via N4XP
2010 - YI9PSE Iraq March / April QSL via N6NKT
2010 - OE3/N2WB Austria April via N2OO
2010 - OE100M Austria April QSL via OE1WHC
2010 - OE3/N2WB @ OE3DAI April 2010 Club Station of Ivan, 20km outside of Wien, Austria, QSL via N2OO
2010 - OE3/N2WB @ OE4A OEVSV HQ Contest Callsign, Markt Allhau Austria, QSL via N2OO
2009 - TS7C (3V) Islands of Kerkennah (20km off of Sfax), Tunisia 08 - 19 Jan QSl via F9IE
2009 - OE3/N2WB @ OE4A OEVSV HQ Contest Callsign, Markt Allhau Austria QSL via N2OO
2008 - TX5C Clipperton Island QSL via N7CQQ
2008 - FO5A/mm enroute to Clipperton Island QSL via N7CQQ
2008 - J5C Guinea-Bissau (J5) January 11 - January 22, 2008. Africa QSL via F5TVG
2007 - XT2C Burkina Faso (XT2), Africa QSL via F9IE Jan (2007) QSL via F9IE
"Not rare, but well done! (N2WB)"
2007- HB0/N2WB Liechtenstein, June QSL via N2OO
2007- F/N2WB France, June QSL via N2OO
2006 - R1ANF and CE/N2WB King George Island, South Shetland Island (VP8), Antartica.
2006 - 3Y0X Peter I Island Antartica Feb / March QSL via N2OO
2006 - XR9A enroute to / from Peter I Island QSl via N2OO
2006 - LU8/N2WB Ushuaia Argentina Feb 19-20 QSL via N2OO
2006 - CE0Z Juan Fernandez Island Jan 20-26
2005 - LU8/N2WB Ushuaia Argentina Feb 19-20 QSL via N2OO
2005 - CE9/N2WB Chile Jan QSL via N2OO
2005 - LU8XW Argentina Jan / Feb QSL via LU8XW
2004 - PJ4/N2WB Bonaire 22- 29 Sept 2004 QSL via N2OO
"Good People doing Great Things"!
2004 - T77C San Marino Club station March 2004 QSl via T77C
2004 - IS0/N2WB 22-27 March 2004 QSL via N2OO
2003 - VP2MWB Montserrat 22- 29 July QSL via N2OO
2003 - HK0/N2WB and 5J0X San Andres Island Oct 10 days
2002 - ZL7C Chatham Island Oct
2001 - J68WB St Lucia OCT QSL via N2OO
2000 - FG/N2WB Guadeloupe Oct QSL via N2OO
2000 - HH4/N2WB Haiti NWCM March QSL via N2OO
1999 - 9M6OO Spratly Islands Oct 1999 QSL via n2OO
1999 - 9M6AAC Bureno Western Malaysia Hillview Gardens Oct/Noc 1999 QSL via N2OO
1999 - J68WB St Lucia Oct 1999 QSL via N2OO
1999 - KG4WB Guantanamo Bay, Cuba March QSL via N2WB
1998 - KH9/N2WB (Team) Wake Island Oct QSLvia N2OO
1998 - KH6/N2WB Hawaii Oct QSL via N2OO
1998 - KP2/N2WB St Croix @ Wood wind Estates WP2Z Oct QSL via N2OO
1997 - KG4WB Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Oct QSL via N2OO
1994 - W1AW ARRL HQ, Newington, CT June QSL via W1AW
etc etc . . .
Other experience: He has had formal Military/Wilderness survival training and taken courses in Survival Training by the US Army / NATO Military. Amateur Radio VE with ARRL and W5YI and Ham Radio Presenter / Guest Speaker. On Ham Radio, DX'ing and Dxpeditions. Home QTH is in Ormond Beach, Florida about 70 kilometers Northeast of Orlando.
DXCC (TOP) Honor Roll with 344/338 confirmed countries. Honor Roll on MIXED, PHONE and CW. RTTY Mode 304 DXCC. 9-BAND DXCC, 5BDXCC + 160, 30, 17, 12 Meters 2421 (2436) DXCC Challenge! Plus 47 DXCC on SATELLITE and 89 DXCC on 6 Meters.
QSL Manager: N2WB - DIRECT SASE, DX CALLS OPERATION GO TO MGR N2OO ONLY.
Full info on how to QSL via N2OO
Mr. ROBERT SCHENCK
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TUCKERTON, NJ 08087
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