GREENLAND, GUANTANAMO, GUATEMALA
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Contact different locations and stations in Greenland after 1 Jan 1978.
Available in 3 classes:
Class 1 - 5 different locations and 15 different stations.
Class 2 - 4 different locations and 10 different stations.
Class 3 - 3 different locations and 5 different stations.
Award is available for cw or phone for amateurs. SWL's may apply for cw,
phone or mixed mode. Only OX3 stations count. A contact in each band is allowed
with the same station. No cross band, portable or mobile qso's. GCR list and fee
of 20DKK, $US4 or 4 IRCs to: Allis
Andersen OZ1ACB, Kagsavej 34, DK-2730 Herlev, Denmark.
Phares de la Guadeloupe FG.L.A
FG Lighthouse Award
Sponsored by the Radio club A.C.R.A. for working Lighthouses of Guadeloupe. There is one award for activators and one for working the lighthouses. Activators must operate from 6 lighthouses. Amateurs/SWLs may earn the award in 4 classes:
1. SSB - work 6 lighthouses.
2. CW - work 6 lighthouses.
3. Mixed mode - work 6 using CW, SSB or PSK31.
4. Digital PSK 31 - work 6 lighthouses.
No contacts with /MM stations or using packet radio, repeaters and satellites.
Send GCR list by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com The fee for the award is 12€ or $US12. For USA applicants, please add $US2 for shipping, a total of $US14. Mail to: Jules Diomede FG1JD, Terrasson, Abymes (Guadeloupe), Abymes 97139, Guadeloupe, FRANCE.
(Contains listing of FG lighthouses.)
Tks PA3CUZ 3/1/08
THE MILLS OF GUADELOUPE DIPLOMA (DMG971)
The Mills Of Guadeloupe Diploma (DMG-971.) is intended to promote the heritage of the island of Guadeloupe. In the years 1820/1830, in Guadeloupe there were nearly 240 sugar mills on the island which were used to grind the cane to produce sugar. The award requires you to contact different sites which have operated within 100m of the old mills in Guadeloupe. Guadeloupe is considered to be a part of the French Postal System which assigns five digit codes to each city or town, and the codes beginning with "971" are used for Guadeloupe. Contacts on or after: January 1, 2013.
This award may be obtained by any amateur radio or SWL who have
contacted and confirmed the required numbers of Moulins of the island of
Guadeloupe and islets.
1. DIPLOMA DMG-971 (10) different codes to confirm 10 mills.
2. DIPLOMA DMG-971 (25) different codes to confirm 25 mills.
3. PLAQUE DMG-971 (from 100 mills TBC) DMG-971 Manager
A list of mills Guadeloupe is established with reference to promotion of DMG-971. For mills without references, a number will be assigned to new activations from which at least 50 contacts for the site have been made to be "valid" with the requirement that the activity has occurred within 100m of the site.
1. Guadeloupe amateurs are exempt from the requirement to send QSLs to ACRA Radio Club.
2. It should be noted that the electronic QSL with reference to the mill, or EQSL QSL received by email are accepted.
3. GCR by an official of any national or local club is accepted.
Each mill is given a reference number in the form of: DMG971AABB where AA is the postal code and BB code (00-99) identifies the specific mill in their master list.
References are allocated by the AIDA club, and the DMG-971-Manager
Each station activating a mill of Guadeloupe can use the specific references.
No other reference number will be valid for this degree.
Since Guadeloupe is considered a part of France, their mills will count for any French award for contacting mills.
A small contribution to the diploma and the plaque will be required. Contact sponsor for details.
Apply to: RADIO CLUB A.C.R.A FG5KC, 58 Terrassons, 97139 ABYMES, GUADELOUPE.
Tks K1BV Research 3/17/13
Worked All Guantanamo Award
Submit photocopies of QSL cards from at least 6 KG4 stations and fee of $3 to Bill Gallier W4WX/KG4DX, 2694 N. Camel Avenue., Middleburg, Florida 32068. No time limitation.
GUATEMALA AND VOLCANOES
Available to all amateurs and SWLs for using the first letter of the suffix of 21 stations to spell the phrase: GUATEMALA SUS VOLCANOES. Contacts for the award are valid on or after 1 January 2000.
PY6 G M
F8 A SY
HQ1 M RA
TG8 A GL
HL1 L LF
A71 A N.................etc.
Each of the stations contacted (SWL) must be from a different country. The list must include the countries of: Guatemala, Colombia, Spain.
The Diploma may be requested by sending a log extract of the stations contacted tot the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Data needed are the call sign, date, time, band, mode and RST. You may use CW, SSB and digital modes, but the award will not be issued for mixed modes. The award is FREE of charge if you accept a digital image to be printed by your own equipment. If you prefer to receive the Diploma in paper format by mail, you must send the amount of 5 € or $5US. for shipping costs. Apply to: Diego Martinez Navarro EA3DUF, Montsia, 5 - A, 43820 Calafell (Tarragona), Spain.
Tks TG9AHM 2/20/13