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  • 07/14/2018 | 300th Anniversary of the Founding of New Orleans

    Jul 14-Jul 15, 1400Z-2000Z, various, Metairie, LA. The Rare Ones of New Orleans. 28.420 21.300 14.260 7.260. QSL. Please QSL, to station, contacted. Rare Ones members will be operating from their home stations. Certificate available for working 8 Rare Ones.

  • 07/14/2018 | Red River Bridge War Special Event

    Jul 14-Jul 22, 0000Z-2359Z, W5I, Sherman, TX. Grayson County Amateur Radio Club. 14.250 7.200 14.040 7.040. QSL. Grayson County ARC, PO Box 642, Sherman, TX 75091. Commemorating the Red River Bridge War, a dispute between Texas and Oklahoma over a new bridge that was built across the Red River in 1931.

  • 07/14/2018 | USS Midway Museum Ship: Independence Day Special Event

    Jul 14, 1600Z-2300Z, NI6IW, San Diego, CA. USS Midway (CV-41) Museum Ship. 14.320 7.250; 14.070 (PSK31); D-STAR on REF001C. QSL. USS Midway (CV-41) COMEDTRA, 901 N. Harbor Dr., San Diego, CA 92101.

  • 07/14/2018 | USS San Diego

    Jul 14-Jul 22, 0000Z-0000Z, W2NMY, Babylon, NY. Great South Bay Amateur Radio Club. 18.150 14.235 7.255 3.910; All bands, All modes. Certificate. Club Log or direct to GSBARC, P.O. Box 1356, West Babylon, NY 11704. We will be operating as W2NMY which is a historical Fire Island call sign used by the Navy and US Coast Guard . USS San Diego, ex-California, armored cruiser (No.6), mined, laid by U.156, sank 10 miles SE of Fire Island, New York on July 19th only 12 miles off Fire Island NY. July 19th 2018 marks 100 years since the day it was sunk. The reason is uncertain as many believe it was a Mine sent a drift from a U boat . Some people believe it was torpedoed by a U boat. We are running this as a memorial station for the six sailors that lost their lives that day. BLAINE, CLYDE CHESTER, Fireman, 1st class DAVIS, THOMAS EVERETT, Engineman, 2nd class HARRIS, PAUL JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, drowned MUNSON, ANDREW, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, killed (BN - 18th.) ROCHET, JAMES FRANCES, Engineman, 2nd class, NNV THOMAS, FRAZIER ORAN, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class We will be on all bands and modes. Many operators and logs will uploaded to club log each day. A downloadable certificate will be available once we have confirmed your successful QSO. We take pride in doing this very special event station. We have very experienced operators who be ready for you to get this once in a lifetime special event. We would love to hear you all give W2NMY a call. check out our website, Facebook or twitter. or

  • 07/21/2018 | Days of '47 Commemoration

    Jul 21-Jul 22, 1500Z-0300Z, K7T, Orem, UT. Utah Valley Amateur Radio Club. 14.336 14.272 14.242. QSL. UVARC, PO Box 1288, Orem, UT 84059.

  • 07/21/2018 | Flat Hammock Island, NY - On the Air

    Jul 21, 1500Z-2100Z, W1QV/2, Fishers Island, NY. Tri-City ARC of Connecticut. 21.295 14.295 7.195 3.895. QSL. Tri-City ARC, PO Box 552, Groton, CT 06340. Limited operation is also planned on 28.395, 50.135, and 144.205 MHZ. Rain date is Sunday, July 22nd; same times and frequencies QSL information is shown on the W1QV QRZ page.

  • 07/21/2018 | South Carolina Peach Festival

    Jul 21-Jul 23, 0001Z-0001Z, W4W, Gaffney, SC. Cherokee County Coroner's Office. 147.240 145.250 145.190. Certificate & QSL. Dennis Fowler, PO Box 1210, Gaffney, SC 29342. Commemorating the 41st anniversary of the South Carolina Peach Festival.

  • 07/22/2018 | EAA Warbirds of America AirVenture Celebration

    Jul 22-Jul 29, 1500Z-1500Z, W9W, Oshkosh, WI. EAA Warbirds of America. 28.425 21.235 14.250 7.225. QSL. Ed Finnegan - K9ECF, 69 Mohawk , Cary, IL 60013. Historic aviation achievements, legendary pilots, and groundbreaking aviation innovations will all be featured at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017, on July 24-30 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The events create a weeklong series of highlights for the 65th annual Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) fly-in convention. The fly-in annually draws an attendance of more than 500,000 people and 10,000 airplanes. Anticipated attendance is expected to be over 500,000, with visitors registered from 69 nations. The event will attract approximately 10,000 aircraft, 2,000 show planes, and media representatives from five continents. During the fly-in, the airport's control tower is the busiest in the world. The W9W special event station will operate from the EAA Warbirds of America area at Wittman Airport. Warbird Aircraft such as the T-6, T-28, T-34, Aero Vodochody L-39, MiG 17, Spitfire, Grumman F6F Hellcat, P-51 Mustang, and hundreds more will be in the Warbirds area. Many of those aircraft will fly in the daily airshow.