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be a mobile station yourself, giv­

Ing out co ntacts in all the counties

of any one sta le. A s you can

see, there are 50 state awards

72 K2A 1O

13 N7"'1(0

109 K2A1O

11(1 N1AKQ

111 'V1UK

98 K2AID

ll'9 N1AKQ

100 , V1UK

125 1(2AIO

126 N7AKO

127 ,V1 UK

81 1(2,.,10

82 N7AK O

lot K2"1O

85 NTA II D

86 W~lYA

19 K2AIO

&0 N7AKO

" 9V1UK

51 IlV1UK

52 O E1 UHB

10 O E1UHB

1 WB4W REIM

2 AC30

3 W5TJO

.. WOO AVG

31 W1AGA

32 KA2CLO

33 KA4BNO

34 W4DDP

35 AH6AX

36 DF6ZP

1 KMAZO

2 WDOBOS

3 KA 5AOP

AWARDS

73 AWARDS PROGRAM

for eac h category listed above.

A potential of 150 individual

awards it you mastered them

all! Whew! You may work any

band or mode.

As with the other awards, do

WORK TH E WORLD AWARD

U IV1 UK

15 VK2vua

N ORTH A MERICAN CONTI NE NT AWARD

112 VK2VUO

113 W08KX1'

SOUTH AMERICAN CONTI NE NT AW ARD

101 WB 2FFY

102 VK2Vua

EUROP EAN CONTINE NT AWARD

128 YK2VUQ

129 N3B CZ

130 W08KXT

OC EANIC CO NTINENT AWARD

.3 ,V1UK

&4 vcavuc

AF RIC AN CONTINENT AWARD

87 9V1UK

.. VK2Vua

ASIAN CO NTINENT AWARD

82 VK2VUO

13 WB2FfY

13 OX COU NTRY CLUB AWARD

2. SSB

53 VK2VUO

OX C APITALS OF TH E WORLD

11 WBIlUIA

10 M ETER OX DECADE AWARD

5 DA2A L

e WB4TZA

7 WD5J RG

8 WA4ZU

WO RKED ALL USA AWARO

MIXED BAND

37 K7DBV

38 KA4JOS

:Ii W[)&IOO

40 KA2GZE

41 KAI5lYE

WORKED ALL USA AW ARD

7S11lO M ETERS

4 KS4B

5 WB9UK S

I KB 5FN

DISTRICT ENDURANCE AWAR D

1 AJIL (50 m in.) 3 WBICDMI7 (12 mln.1

2 W17 ACY (55 min.) 4 WA3PMII7 (36 min.)

32 KA7GKO

33 KA2G MJ

34 KA'FXC

as VE1DZR

36 KAeGIX (7 "H~

37 KAeGIX 121MHilI

0 5 AWA RD OF EXCELLENCE

38 KA3CBC

:Ii KA7HPP

40 WD4PLF

41 KA1 FKX

42 W09/WC

43 KAI5lYE

Fu ll ""t all$ 01 l he 1'3 ......ard. Program ~n W lO\lnd in tr.e August and

Septembef. 1960, (nullS 01 ,ni!! magazIne. WI'Iy no' blIeome part 01 tile laslU'

gro...ing a...ards program a' O\loo!

44 73 Magazine' April, 1981

not send QSL cards! Have your

contacts verified by at least two

amateurs and forward this list

and a $1 .00 award fee to Ray

Teeter N2RT, RD 2, Canaan

Heights, Locke NY 13092.

BONANZA AWARD

The Bonanza award is probably

the most demanding o f all

the awa rds being offered by

Ray.

To qualify, applicants must

work the same mobile In the

various counties of a single

state. There are three categories

in which to apply. Class A­

working the same mobile in all

counties of a single state; Class

B-working the same mobile in

zIJ o f the counties within a

single state; and Cla ss C­

working the same mobile in at

least V, of the counties of a

single state.

Both the applicant and the

mobile contact will get awards

for their efforts. To apply, prepare

your nst of contact dates

and times, band and mode of operation,

county and state of operation,

and last and most important,

the mobile contacted in

each case.

Have your list of contacts

verified by at least two amateurs

or a local radio club secretary.

send a $1 .00 award fee and your

application to: Ray Teeter N2RT,

RD 2, Canaan Heights, Locke

NY 13092.

UNION COUNTY AWARD

Here is an historical award

being offered by Ray which requires

the applicant to work

Union counties of the United

States.

Offered in three award categories,

applicants must, for

Class A, work 18 Union counties

of the USA; for Class B, work 12

Union countries; and for Class

C, work at leas t 6 Union counties

of the USA.

Send your list of verified contacts

al ong with a $1.00 award

fee to Ray Teeter N2RT, RD 2,

Canaan Heights, Locke NY

13092.

ARMSTRONG PIONEER

AWARD

The Major Armstrong Memorial

Amateur Radio Club has instituted

the Armstrong Pioneer

Award, an hon or to be bestowed

annually on the amateur who

has, in the opinion of the voting

members, done outstanding service

for an amateur community.

Any amateur operator or

group of amateurs may nominate

a ham whom they feel

meets the criteria listed below.

Nomination s opened November,

1979, and will be accepted

for as long as the award program

exists. Members of the

Major Armstrong Memorial ARC

will review each year's nominations

every spring, determining

by vote the amateur who, in the

spirit of Major Edwin H. Armstrong,

inventor of Frequency

Modulation, has contributed the

most to amateur radio through

pioneering etlorts.

The following criteria should

be observed when considering

an amateur for nomination: (1)

the nominee should be a licensed

amateur or group of

amateurs; (2)

the nominee

should have made a significant

contribution to ham radio byaxperimentation

and development

In new or little-used bands or

modes (examples: development

of equipment for SSTV, OSCA R,

arrv, EME; revival of neglected

modes like facsimile; technical

developments that help poculate

little-used bands, etc.); or (3)

the nominee should have made

a si gnificant contribution to

ham radio by promoting the use

of such bands or modes (examples:

ellorts to keep 10

meters during sunspot minima

via nets, clubs, beacons, etc: etforts

to Increase activity on 1296

MHz and microwave bands; ef·

forts to keep AM or other obsolete

modes alive via nets, contests,

etc.; efforts to promote

the concept of amateur radio in

countries where it is not permitted,

etc.).

The examples are only that;

the committee hopes the ham

fraternity w ill respond with

news o f any kind of amateur

rad io pioneering.

Talk about this award

nomination at your next club

meeting. Send your statement

about the nominee you select

to: Major Arm strong Memorial

Amateur Radio crub. rnc., PO

Box 1234, Englewood Cliffs NJ

07632.

THE REVEREND JOHN FLYNN

MEMORIAL AWARD

This award has been instigat·

ed by the Alice Spr ings Community

College Radio Club of Australia.

It was founded in memory

of Reverend John Flynn, who

pioneered the Australian Inland

Mission, the Royal Flying Doc-

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