First licensed back in 1973 as DK8KW, I am a collector of call signs (amongst other things ...).
I have operated under the following callsigns:
DK8KW W1KW EI7JY EJ7JY MØKWD MDØKWD MIØKWD MMØKWD MWØKWD OH4KW 7S7S
DK8KW/am (on board a friend's hot air balloon)
WD3B/mm (on board the oil drilling platform "Ron Tappmeyer" in the Adriaric Sea)
WD3B/am (as a passenger on board a one engine plane over Austin/TX)
Assigned, waiting to be activated soon: MJØKWD MUØKWD 5P8KW
Before being licensed (at the age of 14 I was too young to become a ham radio operator at that time) I used my father's call sign DL6PE for almost a year (only in hand-made CW, under his supervision, and yes: it was illegal at that time ...).
Today in Germany we are allowed to have non-licensed people operating under our direct supervision. We do have special call signs for this kind of operation, mine is DN1OK.
I also used to be the responsible operator for a school club station at my German high school Gymnasium der Gemeinde Huerth (today Ernst Mach Gymnasium), callsign DK0HG
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