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Manager for HK1R and HK1NA. (All QSL requests for HK1R and HK1NA received Direct as of 05/13/17 have been sent). If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me. Thank you. There are usually a few calls (not in log) and those will be sent back to each station. Buro cards have also been completed and sent as of 03/17/17.

NOTE: There were some pre-contest contacts not logged by HK1NA.  I am returning those cards to you with a partial refund and apologize to report they were N.I.L.

There are many cards (NOT IN LOG). I know you hate to get one returned and I make every effort to find your contact by looking up via Eqsl and also in my log for broken calls. I do the best I can for each of you and I return any extra funds to you other than for the outgoing stamp. If you get a card returned, please try and work either HK1R or HK1NA again. They are both very active on the bands. Thanks very much.

USA: Please send an SASE. If you request more than (4) contacts, please be kind enough to send an extra Green Stamp as I have to send you back a 2nd QSL card and it costs more in time and materials. Thanks.

OUTSIDE USA: Please send (2) Green Stamps and SAE (envelope) for return. (Airmail postage is now $1.15 from USA). No exceptions please. If you request more than (4) contacts, please be kind enough to send an extra Green Stamp as I have to send you back a 2nd QSL card and it costs more in time and materials. Thanks.

BURO QSL CARDS: Cards sent (Via the Buro) will be returned (Via the Buro). Cards with (No Green Stamp(s) will be sent back (Via the Buro). This includes QSL requests from Russia.

It costs a considerable amount to print QSL cards. If you can help a bit more with (1) extra Green Stamp, that would be greatly appreciated. I wish to thank all of you for sending any extra Green Stamps. This helps to offset the QSL cards purchased for both stations and to send your cards back to Jorge, HK1R. I can't thank you enough. 73' Alan.

If you want to know if you are in the log please check Eqsl for your contacts. Jorge reports, ALL contacts for HK1R and HK1NA are uploaded into Eqsl. Of course, you may email me at any time if you have a question or concern. I am always available to help. Thanks again and gud DX.

I received my Novice license at age (14) in 1953. One year later I became a Technician Class, upgraded to General Class and finally Advanced Class. I have been a HAM over (60) years and originally retired in 2001. I went back to work in 2005 as a student body accountant for (4) high schools in my local area. You will find me working DX on 80M through 10M.

My HAM station consists of a Yaesu FT1000D, ICOM 756 PRO III, and my latest addition, an ICOM 7800. The rest of the equipment is an Alpha 8410 and Ameritron AL1500 Linear Amplifier. The antenna is a FORCE 12 XR5 aboard a TX455 tower at 60ft. On 80 and 40 meters, I use an Alpha Delta dipole.

One of my favorite things to do is QSLing. If you send me a card you will get one in return. Either direct or via the Buro is fine and I will reply in the same manner. If you haven't received my card, please send me an email. I keep track of all QSO's and QSL cards sent and received on my computer data base. SWL cards are also welcomed and appreciated.

I have been married (16) years to my wife (Kathy) who taught over 43 years in Consumer Homemaking, Child Development and English. She retired in June 2011.

In 2002, I received my first DXCC certificate and wish to thank all of the Radio Amateur operators around the world who made this feat possible. Without you, this would never have been accomplished.  My total stands at 335 countries worked with 335 confirmed as of 24 Mar 16.  I would like to thank "Zorro" E30FB for Eritrea.  60 years of Ham Radio Operation and I reached the Honor Roll.

All of my 1557 confirmed band slots for the "Challenge Award" have been on SSB. Many thanks to Ralph, H44IND Solomon Islands and his QSL manager Rex (NR6M) for solidifying #1500 on 24 Jan 14.

Many thanks to VK9CG/W0YG (Charlie) on Cocos-Keeling for getting me #300 on 20M SSB, 09 Nov 05. Many thanks to A92IO (Dave) for getting me #325 on 15M SSB, 17 Apr 11.

I would also like to thank ES20W/ES1QD (Vello) for getting me my 100th country worked on 40M SSB, 23 Aug 09, and TG9NX (Franco) for getting me my 100th country worked on 12M SSB, 21 Mar 10. Thanks very much to both Vello and Franco.

73 de Alan, K6IPM

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