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YA – Afghanistan
S53R, Robert Kasca, is packing up, he says, ready to fly to Kabul on
June 24.  He will be working there for two years with the UN World
Food Program and in his spare time will work CW, SSB and digital modes
on 160-6.  He was last on the air from Afghanistan in 2002, when his
callsign was YA5T.

ZK3 – Tokelau
K6VHF has been added to the team for the late September to October 11
expedition.  https://tokelau2019.com.

A3 – Tonga
The A35JT Dxpedition team will be in Tonga September 23 to October 7.  
A milestone this week was the testing of the 40M and 30M four-square
arrays, all homebrew including the phasing networks and switching.  
VK5XDX led the work on the 40 and VK5SFA led the work on the 30.  
Helpers included VK5YFR, VK5KA, VK5SA, VK5SL and VK5LG. Testing of the
160 and 80M inverted L antennas were done the previous week.  A final
test of everything will be July 5-8. https://vk5gr-iota.net.

CY9 – St. Paul Island
CY9C is set for July 31.  The ops are busy getting everything together
and planning their on-air activity.  They are adding FT8, satellite
and 6M EME to their regular HF CW and SSB plans and also plan on 6M
SSB and CW.  N0TG, Randy, says upfront costs are significant and
donations are welcome.  QSLing will be through Club Log, LoTW, or
direct via WA4DAN.  http://cy9c.com/index.html

JD1 – Ogasawara
JA2GQT/JD1BPK and team have worked out their target frequencies for
the June 15-23 operation.  It’s CW on 7005 for DX, 7013 for JA, plus
10110 and 14035.  On SSB look for them on or near 7095-7115 for JA,
7138 for DX and 14195 for DX.  The ops and calls are JA2GQT/JD1BPK;
JA2KGT/JD1BPL; and JD1BMG.  JD1BMG will do some FT8 operating.  QSL
through the Japan bureau, JARL or perhaps direct to JA2GQT’s QRZ.com
address.

FH – Mayotte
FH/DJ7RJ, Willi, will be on the island October 15 to November 3 and he
prefers the lowbands.  He plans to have an inverted-L with elevated
radials, from his K2 rig and PA1000 amplifier, doing CW and SSB, no
FT8.  Willi’s location will be on the north side of the island
directly on the beach at the Hotel Le Trevani.

EA – Spain
Special callsigns starting with EG will mark “La Patum,” which is a
traditional festival in Berga, aka Barcelona, in Catalan.  It is on
UNESCO’s list of events that are “intangible cultural heritage of
humanity.”  The callsigns are EG3PTP, EG3PTA, EG3PTT, EG3PTU and
EG3PTM.  The Radioclub La Baells has arranged for the special calls.  
http://www.rcbaells.org.  QSL through EA3RCI.

EW – Belarus
EU19RO and others will be on for the 2nd European Games being held in
Minsk June 21-30.  The suffixes are for various sports and the
callsign list includes EV19ARC, EV19ATH, EV19BAD, EV19BAS, EV19BOX,
EV19BSO, EV19CYC, EV19FRS, EV19GYM, EV19JUD, EV19KAR, EV19ROW,
EV19SAM, EV19SHO and EV19TEN, and from several venues, EV0CA, EV0MA
and EV0SD.  Downloadable certificates will be available.  
http://hamlogs.net.  The games are organized by the European Olympic
Committee.

G – England
Two special stations will mark the hundred years of the Government
Communication Headquarters, GCHQ, the UK’s signals intelligence
agency.  GB100GCHQ will be in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.  GB100GCB
will be from the group’s station in Bude, Cornwall.  GCARC, the
Government Communication Amateur Radio Club, is running this.  The
primary activity will be on HF SSB, CW and digital modes.  
Confirmation will be available by eQSL and LoTW, with paper cards
coming direct from:

GCARC QSL Manager
The Logistics Building
Hubble Road
Cheltenham GL51 0EX
United Kingdom

T8 – Palau
JA0JHQ, Nobu, will have T88PB on from Koror again, June 15-23, mostly
doing FT8 on 6M this time and operating in the All Asian DX CW Contest
June 15-16.  He prefers you get your confirmation on LoTW but you may
also go direct to him, JA0JHQ.  http://pandasan.jimdo.com/.

VE – Canada
XN1M will be a special call June 21 to July 21 from Newfoundland
Island, NA-027, for the 50th anniversary of the first manned Moon
landing.  QSL on LoTW or via VO1IDX.

8P – Barbados
G4HUN, Neil, is currently active holiday style with his 8P9BL
callsign.  He started June 3 and goes to June 14, working 20 and 17M
FT8.  He has very high noise levels, he says.  He is uploading lot
daily to LoTW.

3D2/c – Conway Reef
At 00Z this morning the 3D2CR operation was QRT, with Dom and the team
on the way to Fiji.  The operating positions were broken down at low
tide so that when high tide came in they were able to get everything
off the reef in 11 trips on the Zodiac, saving a lot of time versus 30
trips expected with the catamaran anchored a mile away.  Three anchors
were lost on the catamaran, “Rebel,” one due to a broken chain and two
that tangled in coral.  Some maintenance will be needed in Fiji, to
prepare for the T33T Banaba operation in a month.  From the Rebel, Dom
checked into the ANZA Net on 14183, callsign E51DOM/MM using the IC-
706 on the yacht.  It takes 2-1/2 days under sail and motor to reach
Fiji.

E4 – Palestine
From Bethlehem will be E44WE by operator SP9FIH, Janusz, July 6 to
August 6.  Janusz will have an IC-7200, 100 watts, to verticals,
planning 80, 30, 20 and 6M operation, SSB, RTTY and FT8.  QSL through
Club Log OQRS.  www.e4.dxpeditions.org.  

JD1 – Minami Torishima
JG8NQJ/JD1, Take, will again be on from Marcus Island, OC-073,
starting June 6 and going to June 13.  He works on the weather station
there and operates in his spare time.  He plans to concentrate on 17M
this time, in addition to his activity on 20, 15, 12, 10 and 6, CW and
RTTY.  QSL direct to JA8CJY or bureau via JG8NQJ.

OX – Greenland
OZ1DJJ, Bo, will have his OX3LX callsign on the air from Nuuk City on
the west side of the island, June 11-21, focusing on 160, 80 and 60,
operating in his spare time, as he is there for work.  He hopes to
also get to Kook Island, NA-220 a bit.  He expects his most likely
operating times will be mornings near lunchtime and again at dinner
time.  Greenland is UTC plus 2.  He will also be on the air weekends
and nights into early morning.  QSL direct to OZ0J.  The QRZ.com
address is up to date.  The log will be put on LoTW and Club Log “and
sometimes eQSL.”
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On The WWW
______________________________________________________________________

The WAIL, Worked All Italian Lighthouses, award program is now managed
by the Gruppo Radio Liguria and new award manager IZ1PKI, Alessandro
Novelli.  Complete info is on
http://www.grupporadioliguria.it/wail/index-en.html.

The Tokelau 2019 DXpedition asks DXers to take their survey on what
bands and modes you would like to work ZK3 on:  
https://tokelau2019.com.

W0GJ, Glenn Johnson, of the upcoming fall Pitcairn Dxpedition has told
his ham radio story on “QSO Today” online:  
http://qsotoday.libsyn.com/episode-253-glenn-johnson-
w0gj?tdest_id=532723
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IOTA
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The following IOTA stations were active yesterday.

IOTA   Call         Freq. GMT        IOTA   Call         Freq.  GMT
—— ———-   —– —-       —— ———    —– —-
AF-018 IH9YMC       50130 1720       EU-038 PA/DL1DN/P    7150 1830
AF-022 ZD7MY        28074 1550       EU-053 OJ0AW         3771 2115
AF-023 S9A          18073 1825       EU-057 DL3DUE/P      7036 1730
EU-004 EA6DX        50095 1600       EU-125 OZ1RDP        7155 1645
EU-005 G8BCG        50313 2045       EU-170 9A4MX         7029 1900
EU-016 9A9RR        14210 1705       NA-099 KP4EU        14325 2105
EU-024 IS0FWY       50141 1840       NA-106 NP2J         50090 1615
EU-036 LA/CT2IXX/P   7188 2010

The RSGB IOTA Contest is coming up July 27-28 and many island hopping
DXers are making their plans.

PA6TXL will be on from Texel Island, EU-038, PA2JJB operating.  QSL
via PA2JJB.

IS0/OM2TW will be in the weekend event from Sardegna, EU-024, single
op all band high power.  The operator is OK8WW/OM2TW.  QSL via OM2FY.

MM3T will be in the RSGB IOTA Contest, single op low power CW 12 hours
from Bute, EU-123.  This is operator GM0ELP.  QSL to him, GM0ELP.

DK1A will be on for the contest, a multi-two from Usedom, EU-129 in
the RSGB contest.  QSL through Club Log and the o list is DL2RNS,
DL2RVL, DL1RTL, DL4SVA, DG2RON and DL7JOM.

SF2CW will be an IOTA expedition July 1-3, going to EU-192,
Kataja/Inakari Island.  The operators are SM3DMP, SM3RAB and SM3WMU.  
This island is shared between Sweden and Finland and has been
activated twice by Finnish ops, wintertime, with most stations worked
being in Europe.  Other continents did not make many contacts.  This
operation hopes to correct that.  The ops ask if you are in Europe and
worked either OH10X or OH8AA, the previous operations, avoid working=========================
*** The Daily DX (TM) ***
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Volume 23 Number 109
June 10, 2019
Editor/Publisher Bernie McClenny, W3UR
Written today by Rich Boyd, KE3Q
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DX News
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YA – Afghanistan
S53R, Robert Kasca, is packing up, he says, ready to fly to Kabul on 
June 24.  He will be working there for two years with the UN World 
Food Program and in his spare time will work CW, SSB and digital modes 
on 160-6.  He was last on the air from Afghanistan in 2002, when his 
callsign was YA5T.

ZK3 – Tokelau
K6VHF has been added to the team for the late September to October 11 
expedition.  https://tokelau2019.com.

A3 – Tonga
The A35JT Dxpedition team will be in Tonga September 23 to October 7.  
A milestone this week was the testing of the 40M and 30M four-square 
arrays, all homebrew including the phasing networks and switching.  
VK5XDX led the work on the 40 and VK5SFA led the work on the 30.  
Helpers included VK5YFR, VK5KA, VK5SA, VK5SL and VK5LG. Testing of the 
160 and 80M inverted L antennas were done the previous week.  A final 
test of everything will be July 5-8. https://vk5gr-iota.net.

CY9 – St. Paul Island
CY9C is set for July 31.  The ops are busy getting everything together 
and planning their on-air activity.  They are adding FT8, satellite 
and 6M EME to their regular HF CW and SSB plans and also plan on 6M 
SSB and CW.  N0TG, Randy, says upfront costs are significant and 
donations are welcome.  QSLing will be through Club Log, LoTW, or 
direct via WA4DAN.  http://cy9c.com/index.html

JD1 – Ogasawara
JA2GQT/JD1BPK and team have worked out their target frequencies for 
the June 15-23 operation.  It’s CW on 7005 for DX, 7013 for JA, plus 
10110 and 14035.  On SSB look for them on or near 7095-7115 for JA, 
7138 for DX and 14195 for DX.  The ops and calls are JA2GQT/JD1BPK; 
JA2KGT/JD1BPL; and JD1BMG.  JD1BMG will do some FT8 operating.  QSL 
through the Japan bureau, JARL or perhaps direct to JA2GQT’s QRZ.com 
address.

FH – Mayotte 
FH/DJ7RJ, Willi, will be on the island October 15 to November 3 and he 
prefers the lowbands.  He plans to have an inverted-L with elevated 
radials, from his K2 rig and PA1000 amplifier, doing CW and SSB, no 
FT8.  Willi’s location will be on the north side of the island 
directly on the beach at the Hotel Le Trevani.

EA – Spain 
Special callsigns starting with EG will mark “La Patum,” which is a 
traditional festival in Berga, aka Barcelona, in Catalan.  It is on 
UNESCO’s list of events that are “intangible cultural heritage of 
humanity.”  The callsigns are EG3PTP, EG3PTA, EG3PTT, EG3PTU and 
EG3PTM.  The Radioclub La Baells has arranged for the special calls.  
http://www.rcbaells.org.  QSL through EA3RCI.

EW – Belarus
EU19RO and others will be on for the 2nd European Games being held in 
Minsk June 21-30.  The suffixes are for various sports and the 
callsign list includes EV19ARC, EV19ATH, EV19BAD, EV19BAS, EV19BOX, 
EV19BSO, EV19CYC, EV19FRS, EV19GYM, EV19JUD, EV19KAR, EV19ROW, 
EV19SAM, EV19SHO and EV19TEN, and from several venues, EV0CA, EV0MA 
and EV0SD.  Downloadable certificates will be available.  
http://hamlogs.net.  The games are organized by the European Olympic 
Committee.

G – England
Two special stations will mark the hundred years of the Government 
Communication Headquarters, GCHQ, the UK’s signals intelligence 
agency.  GB100GCHQ will be in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.  GB100GCB 
will be from the group’s station in Bude, Cornwall.  GCARC, the 
Government Communication Amateur Radio Club, is running this.  The 
primary activity will be on HF SSB, CW and digital modes.  
Confirmation will be available by eQSL and LoTW, with paper cards 
coming direct from:

GCARC QSL Manager
The Logistics Building
Hubble Road
Cheltenham GL51 0EX
United Kingdom

T8 – Palau
JA0JHQ, Nobu, will have T88PB on from Koror again, June 15-23, mostly 
doing FT8 on 6M this time and operating in the All Asian DX CW Contest 
June 15-16.  He prefers you get your confirmation on LoTW but you may 
also go direct to him, JA0JHQ.  http://pandasan.jimdo.com/.

VE – Canada
XN1M will be a special call June 21 to July 21 from Newfoundland 
Island, NA-027, for the 50th anniversary of the first manned Moon 
landing.  QSL on LoTW or via VO1IDX.

8P – Barbados
G4HUN, Neil, is currently active holiday style with his 8P9BL 
callsign.  He started June 3 and goes to June 14, working 20 and 17M 
FT8.  He has very high noise levels, he says.  He is uploading lot 
daily to LoTW.

3D2/c – Conway Reef
At 00Z this morning the 3D2CR operation was QRT, with Dom and the team 
on the way to Fiji.  The operating positions were broken down at low 
tide so that when high tide came in they were able to get everything 
off the reef in 11 trips on the Zodiac, saving a lot of time versus 30 
trips expected with the catamaran anchored a mile away.  Three anchors 
were lost on the catamaran, “Rebel,” one due to a broken chain and two 
that tangled in coral.  Some maintenance will be needed in Fiji, to 
prepare for the T33T Banaba operation in a month.  From the Rebel, Dom 
checked into the ANZA Net on 14183, callsign E51DOM/MM using the IC-
706 on the yacht.  It takes 2-1/2 days under sail and motor to reach 
Fiji.

E4 – Palestine
From Bethlehem will be E44WE by operator SP9FIH, Janusz, July 6 to 
August 6.  Janusz will have an IC-7200, 100 watts, to verticals, 
planning 80, 30, 20 and 6M operation, SSB, RTTY and FT8.  QSL through 
Club Log OQRS.  www.e4.dxpeditions.org.  

JD1 – Minami Torishima
JG8NQJ/JD1, Take, will again be on from Marcus Island, OC-073, 
starting June 6 and going to June 13.  He works on the weather station 
there and operates in his spare time.  He plans to concentrate on 17M 
this time, in addition to his activity on 20, 15, 12, 10 and 6, CW and 
RTTY.  QSL direct to JA8CJY or bureau via JG8NQJ.

OX – Greenland
OZ1DJJ, Bo, will have his OX3LX callsign on the air from Nuuk City on 
the west side of the island, June 11-21, focusing on 160, 80 and 60, 
operating in his spare time, as he is there for work.  He hopes to 
also get to Kook Island, NA-220 a bit.  He expects his most likely 
operating times will be mornings near lunchtime and again at dinner 
time.  Greenland is UTC plus 2.  He will also be on the air weekends 
and nights into early morning.  QSL direct to OZ0J.  The QRZ.com 
address is up to date.  The log will be put on LoTW and Club Log “and 
sometimes eQSL.” 
______________________________________________________________________

On The WWW
______________________________________________________________________

The WAIL, Worked All Italian Lighthouses, award program is now managed 
by the Gruppo Radio Liguria and new award manager IZ1PKI, Alessandro 
Novelli.  Complete info is on 
http://www.grupporadioliguria.it/wail/index-en.html

The Tokelau 2019 DXpedition asks DXers to take their survey on what 
bands and modes you would like to work ZK3 on:  
https://tokelau2019.com.

W0GJ, Glenn Johnson, of the upcoming fall Pitcairn Dxpedition has told 
his ham radio story on “QSO Today” online:  
http://qsotoday.libsyn.com/episode-253-glenn-johnson-
w0gj?tdest_id=532723
______________________________________________________________________

IOTA
______________________________________________________________________

The following IOTA stations were active yesterday.

IOTA   Call         Freq. GMT        IOTA   Call         Freq.  GMT
—— ———-   —– —-       —— ———    —– —-
AF-018 IH9YMC       50130 1720       EU-038 PA/DL1DN/P    7150 1830
AF-022 ZD7MY        28074 1550       EU-053 OJ0AW         3771 2115
AF-023 S9A          18073 1825       EU-057 DL3DUE/P      7036 1730
EU-004 EA6DX        50095 1600       EU-125 OZ1RDP        7155 1645
EU-005 G8BCG        50313 2045       EU-170 9A4MX         7029 1900
EU-016 9A9RR        14210 1705       NA-099 KP4EU        14325 2105
EU-024 IS0FWY       50141 1840       NA-106 NP2J         50090 1615
EU-036 LA/CT2IXX/P   7188 2010

The RSGB IOTA Contest is coming up July 27-28 and many island hopping 
DXers are making their plans.

PA6TXL will be on from Texel Island, EU-038, PA2JJB operating.  QSL 
via PA2JJB.

IS0/OM2TW will be in the weekend event from Sardegna, EU-024, single 
op all band high power.  The operator is OK8WW/OM2TW.  QSL via OM2FY.

MM3T will be in the RSGB IOTA Contest, single op low power CW 12 hours 
from Bute, EU-123.  This is operator GM0ELP.  QSL to him, GM0ELP.

DK1A will be on for the contest, a multi-two from Usedom, EU-129 in 
the RSGB contest.  QSL through Club Log and the o list is DL2RNS, 
DL2RVL, DL1RTL, DL4SVA, DG2RON and DL7JOM.

SF2CW will be an IOTA expedition July 1-3, going to EU-192, 
Kataja/Inakari Island.  The operators are SM3DMP, SM3RAB and SM3WMU.  
This island is shared between Sweden and Finland and has been 
activated twice by Finnish ops, wintertime, with most stations worked 
being in Europe.  Other continents did not make many contacts.  This 
operation hopes to correct that.  The ops ask if you are in Europe and 
worked either OH10X or OH8AA, the previous operations, avoid working 
them, at least on the first two days.  They plan to always operate 
split, up or down 1-4 on CW and 5-10 on phone.  They will update the 
Club Log log often.  They warn against out-of-turn callers; they may 
not put you in the log, and also, work them just once.  They are 
getting the gear together, a TS-590SG on CW and IC-7100 on SSB with 
one or two amps.  They expect the main bands to be 30, 20 and 17 and 
“maybe some 40.”  Their verticals will be near the water’s edge and 
it’s brackish there.

IG9/IK4YCQ, Franco, has been on from Lampedusa, AF-019, his operation 
scheduled to end yesterday, holiday style on 40-10 SSB.  QSL bureau or 
direct to his home QTH.

The LA, OH and SM IOTA expedition by DL7UXG (SD3G), DL4BBH, AND DL2VFR 
(SD7V) is now over.  The last stop was EU-139, June 6th.  They made 
5,000 QSOs total from EU-184, EU-033, EU-076 and EU-139.  Most of the 
contacts were CW, with SSB second and FT8 bringing up the rear.  
Conditions were difficult and rapidly changing, they say.  They 
returned safely to Kiel and onward to home.  Logs are being  uploaded 
and QSLs are being printed.

IS0/WZ1Y, Jack, will be on Sardegna, EU-024, until June 21.  He 
arrived June 7.  His antenna is a Buddistick and the radio is running 
on battery power, SSB and FT8.  He will upload the log to LoTW when 
the trip is over.

The R26RRC team on AS-204 returned safely from Paramushir island to 
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky with 6,575 QSOs logged, but they are 
canceling the plan to go RI0ZK, AS-039 with a cyclone coming their 
way.  They will be in harbor 2-3 days.  They next plan to go to new 
island group AS-205, callsign R205NEW, probably now delayed one day.

IOTA frequencies –
CW  28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530
SSB 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3765
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Calendar
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Date     End  Prefix Call                Manager    Ref Vol-No 
—— —— —— ——————- ———- ———-
10-Jun 11-Jun 3D2/C  3D2CR                          23-108 105
10-Jun 15-Jun 3W     XV9DF (AS-157)      M0OXO      23-101 100
10-Jun 30-Jun 3W     XV9DXB              EB7DX      23-107 099
10-Jun 14-Jul 5B     5B19CWC             5B4AJT     23-099 089
10-Jun 10-Jun 5W     5W0H                EB7DX      23-093 064
10-Jun 31-Jul 6O     6O1OO                          23-100 093
10-Jun  1-Jul 6W     6W1SU               M0URX          23-034
10-Jun 10-Jun 8P     8P6ET               KU9C           23-108
10-Jun  2-Jul 9G     9G5GS               IZ4YGS     23-089 087
10-Jun 14-Jul AP     AP19CWC                            23-099
10-Jun  2-Jul CE     CB2E                CE2LS          23-104
10-Jun 15-Nov CE9    VK0HZ (AN-016)      VK3SSB     22-191 164
10-Jun 14-Jul CT     CS2019CWC                          23-099
10-Jun 11-Jun CU     CR2V/P (EU-089)     HB9CRV         23-101
10-Jun 30-Nov E5/S   E51SEA                             23-094
10-Jun 16-Jun F      TM24H               F6KFI          23-104
10-Jun 20-Jul F      TM500LDV            F4GPB          23-069
10-Jun 17-Nov F      TM500LV             F1IOZ          23-104
10-Jun 22-Jun F      TM57FF                             23-094
10-Jun 10-Jun F      TM62TLG             F4AHN          23-089
10-Jun 10-Jun F      TM6J                F6KCZ          23-104
10-Jun 13-Jun FG     FG/DL2AAZ           DL2AAZ         23-107
10-Jun 14-Jun G      GB5OOL              G0VCW          23-099
10-Jun 31-Jul G/GW   GB19 Cricket World Cup             23-039
10-Jun 11-Jun HC     W7HU & N4EVJ                       23-076
10-Jun 29-Nov HK     HK3/MM0BMG          MM0BMG         22-231
10-Jun   ???  HK     HK3JCL              DK8LRF         23-101
10-Jun 10-Jun HL     HL5ZKL              JJ1DQR         23-094
10-Jun 15-Aug HP     H31A                HP1AVS     23-031 012
10-Jun 30-Jun HP     HO1D                HP1RCP         23-092
10-Jun 31-Jul HS     HS10KING                           23-081
10-Jun 23-Oct I      4U73B               9A2AA          22-204
10-Jun 31-Aug I      II0KT                              23-059
10-Jun 15-Jun I      II2VZME                            23-104
10-Jun 10-Jun J6     J69Z/P              J69Z           23-108
10-Jun 30-Nov JA     8J7AIZU             JN7GLC         23-099
10-Jun 13-Jun JD1/M  JG8NQJ/JD1          JA8CJY         23-106
10-Jun 31-Dec JD1/O  JF7MTO/JD1                         23-094
10-Jun 30-Nov JW     JW/LB2PB                           23-094
10-Jun 13-Jun K      K4D (NA-085)        K5TEN      23-078 049
10-Jun 10-Jun K      K5TUP                              23-069
10-Jun 12-Jun LA     LA/CT2IXX/p (EU-036)               23-102
10-Jun 14-Jul LX     LX19CWC                            23-099
10-Jun 15-Jun OJ0    OJ0AW               OH6AD      23-108 107
10-Jun 15-Jun OJ0    OJ0JR                              23-107
10-Jun 31-Jul OL     OL75CLAY            OK2PXJ         23-069
10-Jun 14-Jul OZ     5P19CWC                            23-099
10-Jun 16-Jun PJ2    PJ2/VA3ZC           VA3ZC          23-095
10-Jun 18-Jun S9     S9A (AF-023)        EB7DX      23-104 084
10-Jun 14-Jun SM     SA6G/7 (EU-137)                    23-097
10-Jun 30-Jun SV     J48GEO (EU-049)                    23-108
10-Jun 14-Jun SV5    SV5/DL3DRN          DL3DRN     23-079 054
10-Jun 15-Jun SV5    SV5/OV9A                           23-039
10-Jun 15-Jun SV9    SV9/UR3WA           UR3WA          23-097
10-Jun 11-Jun T8     T88HR (OC-009)      JH1MLO         23-108
10-Jun 11-Jun T8     T88TJ (OC-009)      JF1FKR         23-108
10-Jun 13-Jun TG     TG9BBV              VE7BV   23-074 22-228
10-Jun 30-Jun VE     VX4WARC                            23-079
10-Jun 14-Jul VK     VK19AUS             VK2IR      23-099 087
10-Jun 11-Jun VP9    VP9/K6KLY                          23-071
10-Jun 14-Jul VR2    VR2019CWC                      23-099 040
10-Jun 13-Jun XT     XT2SE               IK23GES        23-104
10-Jun 15-Jun YO     YR19PFS                            23-097
10-Jun 10-Jun Z8     Z81D                OM3JW          23-019
10-Jun 14-Jul ZS     ZS19CWC                            23-099
11-Jun 16-Jun EI     EI100ABC            EI2II          23-104
11-Jun 21-Jun OX     OX3LX               OZ1DJJ         23-089

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