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Dave Pascoe (KM3T) on October 5, 2005
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See the D4B web site for further information. What an amazing achievement and string of operations. 73 for now Al!

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by n6ajr on October 24, 2005 Mail this to a friend!
It was great fun to work you in several contests, thanks for being there.. good job, well done.. 73 and gud DX my friend

tom N6AJR
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by nt4tt on December 3, 2005 Mail this to a friend!
For amny years I have looked to see what happened to RF0FWW. And believe it or not I just found out where you went off to. I have worked you from so many places. But the most memorable was from KH2 and being on the net with you. Bringing DX to the net. And all the contacts I made from there.
WOW D4B...and now qrt. I wished I had the chance to chat with you from there. Maybe someday I will catch up with you to say hello again..
If you ever hear me give me a call..
But what ever your endeavors I bet it will be as good..

Vy 73,
Ed Campbell ex KB6DAW/KH2 KB6DAW/KH9/KH6/KH0
RE: D4B QRT Reply
by 4l2m on January 1, 2006 Mail this to a friend!
Dear Ed, NT4TT
You are asking about what is 20 years ago happened with RF0FWW? This club station was founded by Al - 4L5A (UF6FFF). Who knows the true? - A few Georgian HAMs only.
And now, we have same question: What is happened with D4B? Good parallels. Is it true, what is Al, 4L5A talking about? Or Henryk’s SM0JHF version is a right?
It is very interest: Why we have two versions?
D4B was very famous contest station and Al is an excellent contest operator, but why he is talking about different reason?
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