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The picture was taken when I operated as PJ7N from Dutch Sint Maarten

I was fortunate to be able to operate from Sint Maarten October/November 2011.

I was issued the callsign PJ7N. I will be happy to answer QSLs for this time period

sent to me either direct or via the ARRL QSL Bureau. I also operated for a short while

with callsign of PJ7/W4FC.

A word of caution..... this was only a temporary call. The callsign may be issued to

someone else after a year. I can only verify contacts of mine in the year 2011.

 

I handle the "F" and "I" letter suffix for the Single letter 4th call ARRL QSL Bureau.

If your call suffix starts with either F or I and the prefix is either W4, N4 or K4 you

may send your envelopes either direct to me or to the W4 QSL bureau address in

Mooresville, NC.

W4 QSL Bureau Website:  http://www.cdxa.org/w4qsl-bureau/

 

I am also an ARRL card Checker. I can check cards for DXCC, WAS, WAC and VUCC awards.

I strongly advise to use the online DXCC application. It will save you money and is easier for

you and me and the ARRL to issue your award. If you insist on submitting a written DXCC application

you must type or print in legible handwriting. This is because if a field checker checks your cards

someone at The ARRL has to input the information and does not have the QSL card to verify info

that is not legible. Applications not legible will be rejected.

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