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Team Antigua Rides Again

Michael Samanka (ka2aev) on October 6, 2003
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Team Antigua Will ride once again into action for the 2003 running of the CQWW SSB Contest. So far our plans are to enter into the Multioperator/Two Transmitter Catagory from the Beautiful Island Nation of Antigua & Barbuda. Our Grid Square is FK-97 and the IOTA Number is NA-100. The members of Team Antigua will be making special attempts to be active on RTTY, PSK31, 160 meters, The WARC Bands and possibly even 6 meters (If conditions permit!) Most likely our members will start making their presence felt on or before October 22, and finishing up about November 2. The members of Team Antigua and their QSL routes:

V26B Sam, WT3Q QSL Via WT3Q
V26OC Brian, N3OC QSL Via N3OC
V26U Bill, W2UDT QSL Via W2UDT

Also joining the Team for their first trip abroad will be:
N2KEN, Ken and

Their V2 Callsigns have yet to be assigned and please QSL all via their respective home calls!

Team Antigua Hopes to work as many of you as possible during our Trip!

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by T93Y on October 6, 2003 Mail this to a friend!
Sent direct QSL request for an all time now one to WT3Q on 18 March 2002 and still did not received the QSL card. I am waiting more than 18 months, and according the recent discussion on QSL reflector I am not the only one... Are you going to do something about this before the coming contest?

I prefer E-mail communication with QSL manager but all E-mails sent were unanswered too...

Boris T93Y
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by DF7ZS on October 10, 2003 Mail this to a friend!
Same here ... the only V26B Card I have is from 1995. So many people spending thousands on travel/equipment e.t.c. but nothing on the qsl-side .....

very very sad.

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Anonymous post on November 21, 2003 Mail this to a friend!
Shame such a fine station should be tainted by sub par QSL practices. Still waiting for a certificate for 1997 CQWW...
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