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VU4PB QSL Manager: W3HNK, Joe

Brief About Joe

W3HNK licensed in 1956 was bitten by the DX bug in 1957 and was off in a world of DX chasing on CW/AM and eventually switching like everyone else to CW/SSB. Operated in 1970 with own callsign PJ8AR from Sint Maarten,and shared call VP2VY from British Virgin Islands. In 1972 had callsign FG0AFC/FS7 and operated in October of 72' from French St Martin, in 1973,74 and 79 had callsign VP2EY from Anguilla. In August 1963 became qsl mgr for ZE4JS in Southern Rhodesia (now called Zimbabwe)and kept adding callsigns thru the latter part of the 1960's all the 70's,80's and 90's and have accumulated over 400 callsigns in these 35 years! Been a marvelous ride, met some of the most wonderful people on God's earth. Retired in January 98 and still active with the pasteboards. In December 1979 the Fraternity bestowed upon me an award that I shall always cherish for the rest of my life, when I was inducted into the CQ DX Hall of Fame. 73 and good DX...Joe W3HNK

 

OQRS Direct / Bureau

The VU4PB Online QSL Request System (OQRS) is closed as of May 15th 2012.
OQRS scripts were provided by N1DG, thank you Don !

However Direct QSL requests and requests via the bureau will continue to be answered.


QSL via BUREAU

Any QSL Cards received via any IARU recognized QSL Bureau will be answered in due course of time.

 

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