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  • Bhutan - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    later A51TY Thuji Yonten The only other activation a short one in May 1972 was by K Venkataramanan Venkat A51KV But then Bhutan isolated itself completeoly from the outside world read on 2000 A surprising success But then finally in March 2000 Jim succeeds after eight long years Licences are being dished out A team of newcomers and a few oldtimers beats Jim and launches within only a couple of days a first big operation A52A is led by Glenn Johnson W0GJ previously VK0IR with operators James Brooks 9V1YC Yuu Yoshitani JA3IG Mac Shimanoto JA3USA Jin Fujiwara JF1IST Al Hernandez K3VN Bob Allphin K4UEE Mark Johnson N0MJ Don Greenbaum N1DG Wes Lamboley W3WL Vince Thompson K5VT Jari Jussila OH2BU Mark Memeuleneere ON4WW Harry Booklan RA3AUU and Andy Chesnokov UA3AB read on Now the road was open Jim Smith started up a few days later and kept A51JS on the air between 21 March and 11 April 2000 with 15 000 contacts in CW and SSB from Thimphu He returned under A52JS end of April until mid May Now the road was open for others to follow for Bhutanese as well as for foreigners First call was Yeshley Dorij A51AA followed by Sam Beppo JA6NL V63KU operating A52NL in July 2000 and a DXpedition organised by the Clipperton DX Club in September 2000 The team of A52FH consisted of Denise F6HWU Alain F5LMJ Alain F6ANA Gérard F2VX Vincent G0LMX F5MBO and guest operator Peter Casier ON6TT who also worked as A52TT Paro A52DX followed in October 2000 2001 saw Dimitri Kryukov RA9CO A52CO March from Thimphu Robert Kasca S53R A52KR August from Yeshey s station and Pat Cahill N0ADQ A52PC October to mention just the first ones Call sign allocation A50 identifies radio clubs A51 local operators A52 foreign operators A51MOC is the official callsign of the Ministry of Telecommunication As a special privilege whereas the A51 prefix is normally assigned only to locals two foreigners have received on a purely honorary basis and in recognition of their contribution to the development of ham radio in Bhutan the callsigns A51A Yasu Miyazawa Zorro JH1AJT and A51B Glenn Johnson W0GJ 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 39A 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 01 A52A 03 2000 Glenn Johnson W0GJ James Brooks 9V1YC Yuu Yoshitani JA3IG Mac Shimanoto JA3USA Jin Fujiwara JF1IST Al Hernandez K3VN Bob Allphin K4UEE Mark Johnson N0MJ Don Greenbaum N1DG Wes Lamboley W3WL Vince Thompson K5VT Jari Jussila OH2BU Mark Memeuleneere ON4WW Harry Booklan RA3AUU Andy Chesnokov UA3AB QSL W0GJ ext Link ext Link 02 03 A51JS 03 04 2000 Jim B Smith VK9NB 04 A52JS 04 05 2000 Jim B Smith VK9NB 05 Jim B Smith VK9NB 06 A52NL 07 2000 Sam Beppo V63KU JA6NL 07 A51AA 09 2000 Yeshey

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  • Cocos Island - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    TA33JR Vertical Story ext Link TI9CF 1971 02 Carlos TI2CF José TI2J Enos L Schera jr W4VPD Don K7CBZ QSL W4VPD TI9J 1971 02 Carlos TI2CF José TI2J Enos L Schera jr W4VPD Don K7CBZ QSL W4VPD TI9FAG 1975 Victor Vargas R TI2VVR QSL TI2FAG TI9DX 1975 04 Carlos Fonseca TI2CF Rodrigo Madriz TI2WD Salomon Weinstok TI2WC Armando Balma TI2BC Arturo Jop TI2LJ QSL TI2CF 2600 contacts first 432 144 sat contacts TI9FAG 1975 04 Fernando TI2FAG Fredy HB9AEE Willy HB9AHL Aldo HB9AQM Enos W4VPD TI9AEL 1977 04 Alphonso Esquivel Lang Bahia Chatham Drake TR4 Hustler 4BTV TI9DX 1978 Carlos Fonseca TI2CF Luis TI2LFG Fern TI7TE Jimmy TI2JVA Rodrigo Madriz TI2WD Chuck KP4DMT Juan TI2KT José QSL TI2CF TI9CI 1978 03 Carlos TI2CF Luis TI2LFG Fern TI7TE Jimmy TI2JVA Rod TI2WD Chuck KP4DJT Juan TI2KT José TI7JMJ QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay 5th Exp By RCCR TI9SB 1979 WA6EWI TI9 1979 05 Jim Plowman WA6EWI QSL W6KNH 4500 contacts TI9CI 1980 04 Carlos TI2CF Luis TI2LFG Fern TI7TE Jimmy TI2JVA Rod TI2WD Chuck KP4DJT Juan TI2KT José TI7JMJ QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay 5th Exp By RCCR TI9FAG 1981 01 Fernando Alfaro G TI2FAG QSL TI2FAG TI9W 1982 01 Carlos Diez TI2KD Sophia TI2IY TI9FAG 1982 07 Fernando Alfaro G TI2FAG QSL TI2FAG TI9FAG 1982 07 Victor Vargas R TI2VVR QSL TI2FAG TI9JVA 1984 02 Ing Jimmy Vincent TI2JVA QSL TI2JVA Wafer Bay TI9CF 1984 04 Ing Carlos Fonseca TI2CF QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay TI9TTY 1985 02 Xavier TI2FPE Sigurd TI2SK QSL WB4UBD 1st RTY AMTOR TI9W 1987 01 Carl TI2KD Sophia TI2IY TI9CF 1987 06 Ing Carlos Fonseca TI2CF QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay TI9M 1987 12 Carlos Bedoya T TI9FAG 1989 01 Victor Vargas R TI2VVR QSL TI2FAG TI9US 1990 07 Ing Jimmy Vincent TI2US QSL TI2US Wafer Bay TI9CF 1990 07 Ing Carlos Fonseca TI2CF QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay TI9CF 1990 07 Ing Carlos Fonseca TI2CF QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay TI9CF 1994 03 Ing Carlos Fonseca TI2CF QSL TI2CF Wafer Bay TI9JJP 1994 03 Ing José Pastora TI2JJP QSL TI2JJP TI9JJP 1994 10 Ing José Pastora TI2JJP QSL TI2JJP TI9JJP 1995 08 Ing José Pastora TI2JJP QSL TI2JJP TI9X TE9RLI 1996 04 Yuki JH1NBN Aki JI3ERV David TI9RLI Tetsu 7L2RPY QSL JH1NBN Wafer Bay TE9RLI Satellite TI9CF 1997 09 Ing Carlos Fonseca TI2CF QSL TI2CF Bahia de Chatham TI9M 2002 02 Team Leader TI2HMG 14 Operators AD6E AK0A F5CWU IK3RIY IZ7ATN KA0KKO KI7WO N4CD N6KT N7DF PA3EWP PA5ET RK3AD WS4Y QSL AK0A Chatham Bay 80 000 contacts incl RTTY PSK31 VHF TI9KK 2008 09 SSB S Yamini VU2YAM Carlos EA1IR SSB RTTY Oscar EA1DR Guenter DL2AWG Manfred HS0ZEU DL2EBR Andy DH8WR EA2CRX SSB CW Norbert DJ7JC Arno OE9AMJ Craig K9CT SSB EME Fred DH5FS CW Joe AA4NN Charles W4GMY QSL EA1DR Radios Icom IC7000 K2 FT897 IC706 with linear Amplifiers Antennas HyGain AV640 Vertical 40m 6m 2X40m Dipole with symmetric 450 Ohm feedline 18 m high for 160 80 m Tuner AV640 StepIR Vertical 40m 4 Square 20m 4 Square

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  • Desecheo - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    amplifier 11 ele 50 feet boom by K6MYC 100 feet above water 196 via Oscar 10 with TR9500 Mirage D1010 and KLM 18C 435MHz TR9130 Mirage B3010 and KLM 14C 144MHz 2 on 144MHz with Oscar equipment and antenna KLM 13LBA NP4TB WD5BJT KP5 6 Mid April 1987 A short operation by Roberto J Sicilia NP4TB QSL Manager and Charles H Otnott III WD5BJT who obtained operating permit CI 8701 on 10 March 1987 and operated from the helicopter landing pad on the northwest side of the island NJ7D KP4HL KP5 7 January 1988 Operators James M Dart jr NJ7D and Israel Irizzary KP4HL Israel a retired Coast Guard Chief Warrant Officer COMM3 graduated from CG Radioman A School in April 1979 served aboard CG Group Atlantic City NJ CG COMMSTA Portsmouth NMN CG RADSTA San Juan NMR CG COMMSTA MIAMI NMA MLCLANT GOVIS ESU New Orleans was deployed with COMCARIBRON Squadron USS Wainwright Plankowner LESUP Team Miami FL Previous call signs KB4CCX in 1982 KP4HL while stationed in Puerto Rico Also custodian of Military Station KP4CGB Currently residing in Summerfield FL KP2A KP5 8 March 1989 The second KP2A KP5 expedition Operators John Ackley KP2A Licensee Allen N2KW Arnold NK4X Paul VP2EXX Wynn W6CDR Harry W8KKF QSL Manager Terry F Baxter N6CW read on KP2A KP5 9 1991 The third KP2A KP5 expedition Operators John Ackley KP2A Lee Reisenweber VP2VE Steve Sarasohn WU2W now W2ZR Jody Millspaugh VP5JM Kenneth Kopp K0PP Ken Silverman WM2C QSL Manager Richard J Moen N7RO read on N1DX K0BX KP5 10 11 14 March 1992 Operators Jack Corson N1DX Bruce Frahm K0BJ 6300 QSO s in 73 hours with one FT757 Spider Mobile whip and 150 longwire strung atop bushes less than 7 above ground Our first joint operation since our 1979 Yankee Trader Round the World DXpedition signing ZF KZ5 HC2 CE0A VR6 KH8 5W H4 YJ 9N and ZD7 A small cove and 100 pebble beach accessible only trough a 15 channel in the rocks provide the sole landing opportunity which depending on wind and seas can be very treacherous From there a quarter mile hike over rugged rock outcrops and a rock strewn beach led to our operating site at the helicopter pad affording a beautiful view of rocky shore and hills above and clear propagation from SSW trough NW to NE read on KW2P etc KP5 11 28 December 1992 3 January 1993 Operators Robert E Steward jr KW2P William Randy Rowe N0TG Murray D Adams WA4DAN David W Bowker W0RJU now K1FK M Ronald Oates jr AA4VK 23 000 QSO s No amplifiers used Universal antennas furnished by Radio Works of Potrsmouth VA read on N3KS K3LP KP5 12 15 17 December 2005 Kamal Kam Siragelidiu N3KS and David Collingham K3LP operated from Desecheo Island for just two days as time permitted as part of a work related project K3LP KP5 operated SSB on 40 15 17 12 meters His 1st QSO was with W9DX 12 16 05 1531

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  • Dutch East India - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    Soerabaja 1947 Coll W8UAS PK3JF Soerabaja 1947 PK3JT Soerabaja 1949 AQ PK3SJ Soerabaja 1949 Coll W5ODD PK2ZZ front 1949 PK2ZZ back 1949 PK3MR Soerabaja 1949 PK3WH Soerabaja 1949 PK1UA Kalidjati 1949 PK6XZ Bandeong 1949 PK1UA 2 Kalidjati 1950 PK1RI 3 Batavia 1950 PK1TM Bandoeng 1950 Coll W9HK PK3LC Soerabaja 1950 Coll W0EHF PK3SM Soerabaja 1950 PK3WG Soerabaja 1950 AQ PK1LK 1950 PK1CR Djakarta 1950 PK1RI 4 Djakarta 1950 PK1CI 1950 PA1AT PK1FB Bandeong 1934 PA1AT PK2HT Gombong 1961 PK1FS Batavia 1933 PA1AT PK1GL Batavia 1937 PA1AT PK1HD Batavia 1934 PA1AT PA1HX Batavia 1947 PK2AJ Jogjakarta 1935 PA1AT PK2DL Semarang 1947 PA1AT PK2DX Tjepoe 1935 PK2WW 1947 PA1AT PK3EM Soerabaja 1938 PA1AT PK3GW Lawang 1933 PA1AT PK3MR Soerabaja 1947 PA1AT PK3PL Soerabaja 1947 ex PA0PK PK4PL PK5PL PK3RS Soerabaja PA1AT PK3WI Lawang 1938 PA1AT PK1LP Batavia 1935 PA1AT PK1MX Batavia 1937 PA1AT PK1NM Bandoeng 1935 PA1AT PK1SX Bandeong 1961 PA1AT PK1TC Batavia PA1AT PK1VH Bandeong 1935 PA1AT PK1VT 1950 PA1AT PK1WX Garoet 1933 PA1AT PK1ZZ Batavia 1937 PA1AT PK1WW Bandeong 1950 Les Nouvelles DX PK2JB 1949 Les Nouvelles DX PK3ST Djombang 1949 Les Nouvelles DX Sumatra PK4AZ Batang Taro 1927 Coll K6EID PK4AJ Padang 1931 PK4DA Sunei Gerong Palembang 1933 Coll W6FMK PK4AZ Batang Taro 1933 PK4JK 1934 Coll W7BE PK4BO Medan 1934 PK4RM Medan 1935 Coll W7BE PK4RF Padang 1935 PK4XM Medan 1935 PK4RM Medan 1935 PK4AU Kisaran 1936 PK4AU 2 Kisaran 1936 PK4DG Kisaran 1936 PK4VR Pladjoe 1936 PK4MK Pangkalpinang Bangka Is 1937 PK4KO Palembang 1938 Coll W3EVW PK4FS Dabo Singkep 1939 Coll G3PGP PK4KS Pangkalpinang Banka Is 1939 Coll W3EVW PK4FS Dabosing 1939 PK4VD 2 Medan ex PA0VD PK JFR PK4RM Medan PK4RM s SWL QSL PK4YY Belinjoe Banka Is PK4DA 2 Soengeigerong Palembang 1946 PK4KS 2 Pangkalpinang Banka Is 1947 PK4KS 3 Pangkalpinang Banka Is 1947 AQ PK4HB Medan 1947 PK4DA 3 Sunei Gerong Palembang 1948 Coll W4CYU PK4VD Medan 1948 PK4PK Medan 1948 PK4DA 4 Sunei Gerong Palembang 1949 PK4OO Sungeigerong 1950 Coll DL1BO PK4DG 2 Kisaran 1950 OD4AO Palembang 1928 PA1AT PK4DG Kisaran 1934 PA1AT PK4HB Medan 1947 PA1AT PK4TO PA1AT PK4TW Palembang 1947 PA1AT PK4KS 2 Pangkalpinang Banka Isl 1947 Borneo PK5HL Bandjarmasin 1947 PK5HL 2 Bandjarmasin 1947 PK5LK 2 Balikpapan 1947 PK5EE Sepinggan Airfield 1950 AQ PK5AA Balikpapan 1950 Coll W4JDR PK5AA 2 Balikpapan 1951 PK5AQ Balikpapan 1935 PA1AT PK5AR Makassar 1946 PA1AT PK5BJ Teloek Bajoer 1933 PA1AT PK5LK Balikpapan 1947 Celebes PK6CI Ambon Moluccas 1938 Coll W4CYU PK6HA 1946 Biak PK6AX Makassar 1947 PK6EE Makassar 1947 Coll W3EVW PK6TO Makasssar 1947 AQ PK6XA Moluccas 1948 Coll W4CYU PK6NQ front Makassar 1949 PK6NQ back PK6XG 1949 Coll W5ODD PK6XZ Makassar 1949 AQ PK6LN Makassar 1950 Coll W4JDR PK6HR Makassar 1947 PK6TO 2 Makassar 1947 Nieuw Guinea JZ0DA 2 Hollandia 1959 JZ0DA Sentani Airstrip 1958 JZ0HA 2 Sorong 1959 JZ0HA Sorong 1958 JZ0KF 1953 JZ0ML Merauke 1961 JZ0PC Biak 1957 Coll W0EHF JZ0PH Biak 1961 JZ0PO 2 Merauke 1961 JZ0PO Merauke 1960 Nieuw Guinea Radio Omroep Nieuw Guinea Biak 1954 5 045 MHz 5000

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  • Glorioso - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    decently that instead of the conditions we have reached our goal These islands never in the past were put on the air as they have been in September October 2009 I thank for this operation the back office team composed of the pilots throughout the World Rafik F5CQ our Webmaster who received an impressive number of mails and who kept the course So was also Maurice F5NQL who did read and treat a huge number of messages We would thank particularly the Provins F6KOP ARC Thierry F4TTR and Frank F4AJQ who never posed any question and provided us an inestimable help Thanks to the French Army which Hosted Carried and helped the crew These five years were very thrilling to give to a lot of you this 4th most wanted country even if it was not always easy to win this challenge We had to negotiate with a lot of Authorities to finally be able to propose this activity This expedition was very instructive The world ham community got into the habit to see DXpeditions very expansive with 25 operators and more and tons of gear carried to the camps It was not possible on Gloriosos and we know also that numerous hams don t give a damn about the difficulties we came up against Without your help the crew on Gloriosos and I would never be able do make this expedition possible If Gloriosos 2009 as I expect is acknowledge by the International Ham Community your action would have been for a big part in We have all together founded an International very dynamic team with hams responsible clever and reliable Now a lot of work has to be done With Florence our columnist we have to write the articles for the world to prepare the videos and to fit the film made with the main subject on this DXpedition Didier F5OGL and XYL Caroline who collects the post stamps have also days and days to work with QSLing Gloriosos is quite finished we are working on new projects to new rare countries Thank again to all of you 73 s de Didier F5OGL Gloriosos 2009 team leader read on Amateur Radio activities Work in progress 03 63 FR7ZC G Gus Browning W4PBD 07 66 CR7GF FR7G José Guerra Facada CR7GF ex CT2GF CR3GF FH8GF 11 66 FR7ZD G Don Miller W9WNV 09 67 FR7ZD G Guy 11 68 FR7ZR G Jean Pierre 09 10 70 FR7ZU Jaques Quillet 2 trips 10 71 FR7ZQ G 09 74 FR7AE G Roger Avgugliaro 11 75 FR7ZL G Guy P de la Rhodière 01 76 FR7ZL G Guy P de la Rhodière QSL green stipes 04 80 FR0ACB FR0ACC FR0RX Guy P de la Rhodière 09 80 FR0DZ G FR0RX G FR0CW G Guy P de la Rhodière 09 80 FR0EUT G FR0DZ G FR0RX G 03 04 81 FR7AI G Yoland ex FR7AH 04 81 FR7AI G Yoland ex FR7AH 2nd trip 09 82 FR0GGL G Jan Niel ex FK8CJ 06

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  • Kermadec - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    Gain Rig Collins S Line Soon after Ian left the volcano on Kermadec errupted Foto THE DXERS MAGAZINE by Gus Browning Issue 67 March 27 1968 ZL1AI 03 1967 G Neil Marks QSL via K6UJW ZM1AAT K 1 02 1970 Roy A Swain ex ZL2ANX G3KXA ZB1CO ZC4CO VS9CO ZM1AAT K 2 07 1970 Roy A Swain ex ZL2ANX G3KXA ZB1CO ZC4CO VS9CO ZL1YL K ZL1AA K 23 10 04 11 1977 Carol ZL1AJL Marion SSB ZL1BKL Eddie ZL1BKX Dave ZL1AMN ZL1AA CW Set up in the Woolshed on the Northern side of the island Antennas beam trapped vertical and dipoles on 80 40 160m Rigs Kenwood TS900 Kenwood 820 Atlas 350XL Yaesu FT101 Transportation by Harry Pope and crew of yacht Wolf anchoring during the expedition near the island ZL2BJU K 07 1978 John Thompson ZL1BIQ 1978 xx VK3OT 1984 Expedition 03 1984 ZL8QD ZL8AAS ZL8AMO ZL0AJW 8 ZL8AFH 04 07 1984 Warwick I Latham Rigs Icom 720 290 490 560 R70 First activation of FM and Satellite ZM8OY 11 1985 xx 86 Chris Hammigan QSL via YL Kaye ZL8HV 07 87 Peter Fisher ex ZL9NAA ZL9AA ZL3HV GM4FW ZL8 04 15 05 1995 Barry P Fletcher also ZS1FJ QSL KA1JG ZL8RI 05 1996 Ken Holdom ZL2HU Ron Wills ZL2TT Chris Hannagan ZL2DX Lee Jennings ZL2AL Peter Watson ZL3GQ Al Hernandez WA3YVN Bin Tanaka JA3EMU QSL xxx Antennas Nagara HX330 Nagara T2 3VX Aki special JA5DQH verticals Delta Loop A3S Rigs Yaesu FT 1000 FT 1000MP 2x FT 900 FL 7000 Expedition Story in DX Magazine 01 02 1997 PDF 3 9 MB ZL8RS 07 98 Robert Sutton QSL ZL1RS Antennas Inverted L vertical Lazy H 24mH Rog IC 706Mk2 homebrew Amp ZM8CW 11 2000 xx 2001 xx 2003 xx 2007 Jacky Calvo F2CW ZL3CW ex A61AB AP5A C56

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  • Kingman Reef - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    places especially toward the eastern end where it dries The highest elevation is a low pile of bare brown coral northwest of the eastern point which varies in size and height as storms pile up or wash away material At the western end of the shoal is a patch with less than 25 feet of water over it on which waves break occasionally Outside this submerged atoll the slopes drop steeply to 2 000 feet or more The area supports a rich marine fauna including large numbers of fish There is no land flora Some coconut palms planted in 1924 were still alive in 1926 but it is not known if they have survived Kingman is like its neighbour Palmyra private property of the Fullard Leo family read on DX Activities So far Kingman was only activated nine times The operators usually arrive from Hawaii via Palmyra The main difficulty is to pass through high swells and over dangerous submerged coral banks K5K home page ext Link read on February 1998 Charles E Brady N4BQW KH5K Captain Dr Charles Chuck Eldon Brady jr 12 August 1951 Pinehurst North Carolina 23 Juli 2006 Washington State He joined the U S Space Program in 1992 He flew on board the Space Shuttle Columbia STS 78 during its 16 day mission in 1996 He was a graduate of the University of North Carolina where he majored in pre med and also attended Duke University where he graduated with a medical degree in 1975 Following graduation from medical school he worked as a sports medicine physician at Iowa State University before beginning a career in the U S military He joined the United States Navy in 1986 rising to the rank of captain He served as a flight surgeon on board the aircraft carrier

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  • Navassa - DXCC Einheiten - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    6Y5NR KP1 April 04 09 1985 Riaz 6Y5NR Wenty 6Y5IC Nigel 6Y5HN Frank 6Y5KC Bob N2EDF Tony K2SG Henry HK3AYM Reville 6Y5FS 12 800 contacts TS430 930 180 120 15B Les Nouvelles DX Collection F3LY ex ON8HF 16A C N2EDF NP1 K2SG NP1 February 10 18 1988 Bob N2EDF Tony K2SG Letfy KE4VU Bob W3GH Dan N4GNR Larry KD2NT Rick KT2Q 18 500 contacts 16B C K2SG NP1 Credit OE3EVA 17A C KP1 January 1992 Randy Rowe N0TG KP1 Bob KW2P KP1 Will Roberts AA4NC KP1 Ron Oates AA4VK WP1 AA4VK WP1 Murray WA4DAN KP1 33 462 contacts 18 W5IJU KP1 March 28 April 02 1993 W5IJU NF6S KH2S KH2W JH4RHF JR4DUW KB4VLO K0IYF VE1AOE W2JO see article 19A C W4VN 5 1 991 1996 Dr Richard J Brown Not counted not verified using his US call sign see 07 QST November 1954 01A 01B 02 03A 03B 04A 04B 05A 05B 06A 06B 07 08 09 10A 10B 11 12A 12B 13 14A 14B 15A 15B 16A 16C 16B 17A 17B 17C 18 19A 19B 19C Additional background on some activations 01A B K4NI Picture Russell Dunaja jr 1928 Sein Bericht zu K4IA His account of K4IA in QST December 1969 K4NI Navassa Island 1928 QST December 1969 PDF 970 37 KB 03A W2HQL KC4 Joe Reisert bio ext Link 02 KC4AB I began amateur radio at age 14 in 1950 with the call W4QCW In 1954 I was on the first Navassa Island DXpedition as KC4AB In 1967 I guest operated at EA9EJ in Rio de Oro and in 1969 I was a member of the K4IA KC4 Navassa Dxpediton That same year I earned the 1 5BDXCC award In 1977 I became W4DR My wife of 57 years is N4CFL and a surviving son is KK4HJ In 2001 I was a member of the YK9A DXpedition to Syria This same year I was awarded the first and as of 2007 only Clinton B DeSoto Cup for the most documented Band Entities DXCC countries on 160 through 6 meters I am a member of CQ Magazine s DX Hall of Fame and qsl manager for Jon Rudy who has operated from A2 ZS5UZ C91CO DU9 N0NM 3DA0CA and 4W3ZZ My profession is Dentistry and I have served on the faculty of Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry for 54 years I am active on all bands but can most often be found on 160 60 and 6 meters My most exciting QSO in 64 years of DX ing John Robert Eshleman qrz com 30 October 30 2014 Navassa Revisited by Robert Eshleman W4QCW QST December 1969 DX Determination by J Robert Eshleman W4DR QST October 2012 Navassa Revisited QST December 1969 PDF 1 38 MB DX Determination QST October 2012 PDF 901 67 KB N2OO 04A B KC4AF 01 02 Lulu Bay 03 M V Empress 04 Unloading generator fuel 05 Cargo platform Lulu Bay 06 No admittance to the lighthouse and a heavy padlock on the steel

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