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    01/14/2011 | Logbook of The World Now Supports VUCC

    ARRL’s Logbook of the World (LoTW) -- an online system for amateurs to confirm two-way contacts that can be used for various ARRL awards -- has been upgraded to support awards based on Maidenhead grid squares, such as VUCC and the Fred Fish Memorial Award
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    12/21/2010 | Logbook of The World Gets Ready for VUCC

    ARRL’s Logbook of the World (LoTW) -- an online system for amateurs to confirm two-way contacts that can be used for various ARRL awards -- is currently being upgraded. When this upgrade is implemented, amateurs can use LoTW to apply for awards based on M
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    12/15/2010 | 2010 a Banner Year for DXCC, Incoming/Outgoing QSL Bureaus

    With the coming of more sunspots, comes more DX. And when more amateurs are working DX, that means the ARRL’s Membership and Volunteer Programs Department -- especially the DXCC desk and the ARRL Incoming and Outgoing QSL Bureaus -- goes into high gear.
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    11/19/2010 | DXCC Desk Approves Two 2010 Operations

    On November 18, the ARRL DXCC desk approved the following operations for DXCC credit: 5X0CW (Uganda) and D2QV (Angola).
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    11/01/2010 | ARRL in Action: What Have We Been Up to Lately?

    This feature -- including convenient Web links to useful information -- is a concise monthly update of some of the things ARRL is doing on behalf of its members. This installment covers the month of October.
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    10/15/2010 | Some Notes from the ARRL DXCC Desk

    2010 DXCC submission deadline is approaching
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    10/13/2010 | Dissolution of Netherlands Antilles Creates Four New DXCC Entities

    The dissolution of the Netherland Antilles has caused changes to the DXCC List. As per the DXCC rules, the two Netherland Antilles DXCC entities will be deleted and moved to the Deleted Entities List. Four new entities will be added to the DXCC List: (1)
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