From 18th till 26th of February I'll take part in days of activity of The International HAM aviators club "Fifth Ocean".
Rules for Diploma "Aviation Engineering Service"
(“Инженерно-авиационная служба ВВС”)
The Aviation Engineering Service of the Red Army was founded in 1942 with the aim to insure system controls and capabilities designed to engineering and aviation combat support and combat training, aircraft devices and units, as well as for on-board training engineers, technicians and mechanics as part of flight crews.
The days of activity of The International HAM aviators club “Fifth Ocean” devoted to the 75th anniversary of the foundation of Aviation Engineering Service of the Red Army will carry out in the period from 18 February 2017 until 26 February 2017.
To obtain the Diploma you need to catch 75 points:
QSO with Fifth Special call R75IAS gives 15 points
QSO with Fifth Special calls EW5O and EU5O gives 10 points
QSO with Fifth Ocean member working /AM gives 10 points
QSO with Fifth Ocean members worked on CW gives 7 points
QSO with Fifth Ocean members worked on Digimodes gives 5 points
QSO with Fifth Ocean members worked on SSB gives 3 points
QSO with AFARU members gives 2 points (regardless of the mode)
For contacts made on 160M band and on VHF/UHF bands add 5 points more.
QSO with one and the same station counts only made on different modes and different bands.
Counts QSO’s established during the period 18 February 2017 – 31 December 2017.
The members of The International HAM aviators club are publish here: http://www.aviaham.ru/callbook/
You can download electronic version of the Diploma “International Civil Aviation Day” free of charge from here: http://aviaham.hamlog.ru/
The sign "Veteran of The Aviation Engineering Service of Russian Air Force"
To receive this sign you must obtain the Diploma and to establish three QSO’s with special call R75IAS on three different bands regardless of the mode.
Follow spots of "Fifth Ocean" members only here: http://aviaham.hamlog.ru/
Rules in Russian: http://www.aviaham.ru/wa-data/public/site/awards/usl_75ias.pdf
I was born in 1955 in Karlovo, Bulgaria. I started to work on HF bands in 1969 in the Radio club LZ1KCP in Karlovo. During the period 1983-2001 I've been responsible of training voluntarily more than 250 young radio amateurs in the Radio club LZ1KVZ of The Technical College "Vladimir Zaimov" in Sopot: http://www.pgzaimov.com ; https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151824454997409&set=t.695822408&type=3&theater
The picture shown at QRZ.COM is from Central Balkan National Park. I'm in the Bioshpere Reserve "DJENDEMA" (The Hell), which is included in the World Biosphere Reserves Network under UNESCO Man and Biosphere Program - Central Balkan National Park, WFF Ref No: Central Balkan LZFF-001 + Djendema LZFF-008. Behind myself are "Paradise" cliffs which I climbed up with ropes for the first time in June1972 and "Paradise" waterfall with height 124.5 meters (below peak Botev - 2376 meters a.s.l.). https://www.facebook.com/lz1zf/media_set?set=a.10152351104512409.1073741841.695822408&type=3
A video of "Paradise" waterfall:
Fifth Ocean # 370 - http://aviaham.ru/call/370_lz1zf/lz1zf.html and many others.
My latest QSL cards:
I'm also keen on ARDF ( Fox Hunting):
ARDF - 1 ARDF - 2 ARDF - 3 ARDF - 4 and have 32 medals in international competitions with highest scores: World vicechampion Category M21 in 1984 (Norway), 3-rd in the World Category M40 in1997 (Germany), 3-rd in the World Category M50 in 2006 (Bulgaria), Balkan champion Category M50 in 2007 (Macedonia), in 2008 (Serbia), in 2009 (Romania) and second place in 2010 (Moldova), one gold and two silver medals in European Black Sea Cup 2015 in category M60: https://www.facebook.com/Black-Sea-Cup-ARDF-competition-180824318640509/timeline/
I'm IARU international class ARDF referee # 79
Since 1969 till the end of 2016 I've written only manually and sent over 1 500 000 QSL cards - for my S.W.L. LZ1-F-84, LZ1KCP, LZ1KDP (1975-1983), LZ1ZF, LZ9Z, LZ1KVZ (1983 - 2001), LZ1KZA, LZ5A (after 2000), LZ2KLR, LZ6C, LZ5O/P and many special event callsigns - last ones: BT4ARDF, TM6RDF, OM9FOX, LZ3EYAC, LZ26ZA, LZ125O, OK5FOX, LZ35ZF, LZ1195IR, LZ127LO, LZ128LO, 4N15ARDF, YI9LZ, TC3A, LZ130B, TA3/LZ1ZF, LZ13ARDF, LZ129LO, LZ170VL, LZ130LO, LZ5F, LZ09BR, LZ17ARDF, LZ131GO, LZ10ARDF, LZ132GO, LZ01WFF, LZ44WFF, LZ44MA, LZ1100SN, TC3WFF, LZ65P, LZ11PGP, LZ170MDS, LZ1370PRT, LZ133GO, LZ1802PLO, LZ855SRKM, LZ66P, LZ1016WIW, LZ910PNO, LZ1670SWS, LZ1794MAB, LZ11PPE, LZ1685PDB, LZ1363PTT, LZ1818MOG, LZ1401SET, LZ1784SIB, LZ134GO, LZ1437MGS, LZ907SKB, LZ67VZ, LZ1515PSB, LZ1822MIT, LZ916SS, LZ1737SSS, LZ1814MIS, LZ1620PPZ, LZ1500PNB, LZ1771SDG, LZ969SCP, LZ1323SKZ, LZ833MBB, LZ1876SMB, LZ1534GWS, LZ1722SN, LZ1105PIO, LZ1406SK, LZ1795WZM, LZ1520YYD, LZ1375PRB, LZ1950SAS, LZ1246SIT, LZ136LO, LZ1808SNS, LZ1555WNS, LZ69VZ, LZ1816PAS, LZ1810PPW, LZ1680MTS, LZ37MP, LZ1375IKA, LZ290MB, LZ550SI, LZ386SKI, LZ883PI, LZ102SIB, LZ293MA, LZ429PS, LZ250MM, LZ129WNLS, LZ130SAK, LZ259PA, LZ362MT, LZ137LO, LZ1012SGM, LZ389SGB, LZ300MSP, LZ138LO, LZ1700SIP, LZ1867SEI, LZ71ZZ, LZ425STA, LZ1886PGS, LZ1043PMU, LZ304MED, LZ935MWC, LZ960SPA, LZ463PP, LZ1ZF/1, LZ1ZF/P, LZ1ZF/M and contest operations of TA3KZ (YM3KZ).
All logs of LZ1KZA, LZ5A (after year 2000), LZ1KVZ (425 000 QSO's), LZ30KVZ, BT4ARDF, LZ26ZA, LZ3EYAC, LZ125O, LZ1195IR, LZ127LO, LZ5ARDF, YI9LZ, LZ128LO, LZ130B, LZ13ARDF, TC3A (year 2006 and 2007), LZ1ZF, LZ1ZF/1, LZ35ZF, TA3/LZ1ZF, LZ170VL, LZ129LO, LZ130LO, LZ5F, LZ131GO, LZ17ARDF, LZ09BR, LZ01WFF, LZ44WFF, LZ10ARDF, LZ132GO, LZ65P, LZ44MA, LZ1100SN, TC3WFF, LZ11PGP, LZ170MDS, LZ1370PRT, LZ133GO, LZ1802PLO, LZ855SRKM, LZ66P, LZ1016WIW, LZ910PNO, LZ1670SWS, LZ1794MAB, LZ11PPE, LZ1685PDB, LZ1363PTT, LZ1818MOG, LZ1401SET, LZ1784SIB, LZ134GO, LZ1437MGS, LZ907SKB, LZ67VZ, LZ1515PSB, LZ1822MIT, LZ916SS, LZ1737SSS, LZ1814MIS, LZ1620PPZ, LZ1500PNB, LZ1771SDG, LZ969SCP, LZ1323SKZ, LZ135LO, LZ833MBB, LZ1876SMB, LZ1534GWS, LZ1722SN, LZ1105PIO, LZ1406SK, LZ1795WZM, LZ1520YYD, LZ1375PRB, LZ1950SAS, LZ1246SIT, LZ136LO, LZ1808SNS, LZ1555WNS, LZ1816PAS, LZ1810PPW, LZ1680MTS, LZ37MP, LZ1375IKA, LZ290MB, LZ550SI, LZ386SKI, LZ883PI, LZ102SIB, LZ293MA, LZ429PS, LZ250MM, LZ129WNLS, LZ130SAK, LZ259PA, LZ362MT, LZ1012SGM, LZ389SGB, LZ300MSP, LZ1700SIP, LZ1867SEI, LZ425STA, LZ1886PGS, LZ1043PMU, LZ304MED, LZ935MWC, LZ960SPA, LZ463PP, LZ552SGO, LZ9Z, LZ2KLR, LZ6C, LZ60KLR, T6LG, LZ69VZ, LZ137LO, LZ138LO, LZ5O/P, LZ70VZ, LZ71ZZ and contest QSO's of TA3KZ (YM3KZ) are at my disposal and I am responsible for QSL-ing together with Boyan LZ1BJ - http://www.qrz.com/db/lz1bj
My Ten Ten # is 38328 - http://www.ten-ten.org
LZ1ZF counts 3 points for "St. Teodosii Tyrnovski" award - http://www.lz1kcp.com
My equipment is: Elecraft K3, Yaesu FT897D, Yaesu FT890, Yaesu FT8800, amplifiers ACOM1000 and ACOM2000A; antennas ACOM Log-periodics 14-30MHzModel LS1210 and LS86 - specifications on http://www.acom-bg.com , GP's and wire antennas for low bands.
ACOM designs, manufactures and sells worldwide HF equipment, HF antennas and antenna crank-up masts, systems for short range network radio communications and other electronic devices for the commercial, government and amateur markets.
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