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     The "Kuwait Amateur Radio Society" activates the special event station
     9K2KCBB from Jun 13-15 to mark the World Blood Donor Day on June 14.
     The will work in SSB/CW/RTTY. QSL via 9K2RA, unfortunately only direct.

     Joao,CT1BWU, is licensed for 30 years now and celebrates this with the
     special callsign CR6BWU. QSL via homecall.

CY0, SABLE ISLAND, NA-063 (update)
     Alan has put down his 40m/80m/160m antenna but he can still work on
     30m/20m/17m/15m/12m/10m in PSK and BPSK31 using his TS-690s and a
     Hygain AV-18VS 10m high. His stay will last until the end of the year.

     Tony,JA6CNL, will visit the Northern Mariana Islands (OC-086, USi
     NI002S, WLOTA 1333, Loc QK25uf) again from June 15-18. He works as KH0N
     in CW only on 80m-6m. QSL via homecall.

     Gaby,OD5NJ, has been spotted on 15m from 1430-1600 UTC. QSL via EA5BYP.

     The radioclub of Binche (ON7RY) commemorates the Belgian resistance
     fighters of World War II on the historic spot Bruly-de-Pesche by using
     the special callsign ON44WAR on Jun 17. They will use a Whaddon MK VII
     PARASET for this purpose. QSL via ON7RY.

     The special event station PA300BPM draws attention on the 300th horse
     market in Numansdorp until June 28. QSL via PD2GSP.

     Richard,SM2TOS, Urban,SM2SXA, Gunnar,SM2IUF, Patrick,SA2BDO,
     Mats,SA2AWO, Rune,SM2EKA, and Maria,SA2YLM, are planning an expedition
     to a Lancaster bomber which crashed on Oct 29, 1944, at Porjus (JP97ua)
     using the special callsign SE2EE on June 16/17.  The Avro Lancaster
     bomber Mk1 NF920 "Easy Elsie" was one of 37 with the mission to sink
     the Tirpitz in Norway. QSL via SM2TOS.
     See also: http://www.sm2tos.se/easyelsie/eng

     The Greek special event station SX135HRC is active until July 31 on
     the occasion of the 135-year old existence of the Greek Red Cross.
     QSL via SV1EOS.

     Volkmar,TF/DL4AOJ, will be QRV from the island of Grimsey (EU-168)
     working mainly on SSB and maybe some CW with his IC 706 (100 watts)
     and GPA 404 (40m/20m/15m/10m) from June 15-19. He travels and operates
     alone so the restriction for all his luggage (tech/clothing/food/etc..)
     is what he can carry along. He still hopes to make a good number of
     QSOs, though.

     Members of the RZ1CWC team (Victor,R1CBN, Vladimir,UA1CIO Andrew,RN1CW)
     and other OPs will show up from Annenskoe Fortification (WCA UA-00024,
     COTA-RU C-124) and from Vyborg Castle (WCA UA-00004, COTA-RU C-104,
     ARLHS ERU-231, RLHA RLE-new) on Jun 16. They also plan to activate
     Vysotsk Fortress (WCA UA-00022, COTA-RU C-122) on Jun 16/17. Listen for
     RZ1CWC/p in CW/PSK/SSB on all bands. The log will be uploaded also to
     WCA E-Log. QSL via RN1CW. See also: http://www.rz1cwc.qrz.ru  and
     The new award program "Gallery of the Great Genius of Russia" (GGGR)
     was launched in Russia. Following special event stations will be active
     until Aug 30:
        R11GGGR   Op: RK1AN
        R12GGGR   Op: RZ1AWZ
        R22GGGR   Op: UA2FDM
        R44GGGR   Op: UA4LAQ
        R66GGGR   Op: RU6BS
        R73GGGR   Op: UA6MM
        R77GGGR   Op: RK6AH
     All QSLs via UA6MM.

     The city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur celebrates its 80th anniversary. The
     local HAMs participate in this event with the special event station
     UE80C from June 1 until August 31. QSL via bureau.

     Steve,G3ZVW/ZD8N, will be QRV as V73/AF6SU from the clubstation V73AX
     on Kwajalein atoll (Ralik chain, OC-028, Loc RJ38ur) until the end
     of June. He has been worked on 20m CW already. QSL via G3ZVW.

     The Burnaby Amateur Radio Club (VE7BAR) was assigned the special call
     CG7CWPC in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the "CW Parker
     Carousel" (shown in "Burnaby Village Museum"). They will work in all
     modes on all bands from Jun 15 until July 15. QSL via VE7ESS.
     See also: http://www.ve7bar.org
     The Kitchener Waterloo Amateur Radio Club (KWARC) celebrates its
     90th anniversary with the special callsign VC390IC from June 18 until
     July 2. The station consists of a Viking Pacemaker transmitter and
     a Gonset G63 receiver. Operations will take place in SSB on 40 and 80m.
     They have also other equipment for the higher bands.
     QSL unfortunately only direct via VE3NQK.
     The Laval-Laurentides Amateur Radio Club celebrates its 30th jubilee
     by activating the special call VC2L in all modes on all bands from
     June 15 until July 15. QSL via VE2NHK.
     Mike,VE3NOO, may use the special callsign VX3ROYL from Jun 15 to Jul 15
     to mark the 200th anniversary of the escape of the British corvette
     "Royal George". He plans to work in all modes on all bands.
     QSL via VE3NOO.
     Not only WPX friends will be interested in the special callsign VX3T
     operated by Pete,VE3IKV, on the occasion of the Calgary Stampede
     centennial on June 15. QSL unfortunately only direct via VE3IKV.

     Andy,N8OFS (SMIRK 6737), will be QRV as N8OFS/p from EN91 for the
     SMIRK 50MHz QSO Party running 50 watts in FM on 52.525 MHz from
     Jun 15-17. QSL unfortunately only direct via homecall or eQSL.

AWARDS PROGRAM: The Activity Group of Belarus (AGB) draws attention to their
     Award trophy and contest programs: http://ev5agb.com

DXCC: The XX9E operation was approved for DXCC credit. QSL cards for the
     DXCC and all other ARRL awards can be (re-)submitted for confirmation
     at the HAMRADIO in Friedrichshafen.

IOTA: EU-155 was deleted from the list. The further development of the
     Po river delta will be monitored continuously. QSOs before October 2011
     will be accepted on all applications arriving prior to Sep 1.
     Following IOTA expeditions are accepted for credit now:
     AT2DW (AS-175), XF1AA (NA-189), 4A3RCC (NA-200), KL7RRC/p (NA-240),
     4W0VB/p (OC-232), CW5GI (SA-039), 7O6T (AF-028)

4U1ITU, 4U1UN and 4U1WRC: QSL cards of 4U1ITU, 4U1UN and 4U1WRC will be
     available at the booth of the "Swiss DX Foundation" at the HAMRADIO.
     Please refer to the time schedule announced at the booth and bring your
     QSO information with you.

TCSWAT: The winner of the World Kidney Day Award are: ES1IP, OK2JS, DL1MDU,
     RA3PCI, SWL I3-65709

OP wanted: Members of the "West OZ DX Group" are planning a DXpedition to
     Woody Island (OC-170) this year. See also: http://www.westozdx.net
     If you are interested please send an e-mail to webmaster@westozdx.net

TOPBAND: All 160m enthusiasts are invited to participate in the survey of
     Garry,NI6T, and Larry,K8UT, until Aug 31. The results will be published
     in September. See also: http://survey.hamdocs.com/?sid=11389  and

EURAO: The visitors of the HAMRADIO can meet representatives of the European
     organization of radio amateurs in hall A1 at booth 769.
     See also: http://www.eurao.org/de  and  http://eurobureauqsl.org

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUMS WEEKENDS: The International Museums weekends will be
     held on Jun 16/17 and Jun 23/24 this year. Radio amateurs are invited
     to join the IMW by operating their stations from a local museum.
     The organizer Harry,M1BYT, asks for registration at:

SILENT KEYS: Gene Zimmerman, W3ZZ, passed away at the age of 71 on June 3.
     He was responsible for the QST column "The World Above 50 MHz" from
     2002 to 2011. He was a member of the "ARRL Contest Advisory Committee",
     editor of the "VHF Contesting Column" in CQ Contest magazine, Director
     of the CQ VHF Contestes from 2000-02 and an early adopter and advocate
     of aggressive contestlog checking. Other HAMs who passed away are:
     Peter Kallfelz,DL8YR, Luciano Montanari,I4MNK, Joel Oulie,F6FHP, and
     Abel Aguirre,LU8EDK (who has spent 18 summers and 6 winters as a radio
     operator in the Antarctic between 1953 and 1997).
     Our condolences and sympathy are with their families and friends.
     We do not want to be sad that we lost them, but grateful that we could
     get to know them as a radio friend. We will always keep them in memory.

LINKS: Current SOTA activities (mountain summits) are announced at:
     Detailed information about current VHF activities can be found on the
     VHF DX portal "Make More Miles on VHF" at: http://www.MMMonVHF.de

Jun 13     DIG Spring Contest
Jun 14     DIG Spring Contest
Jun 16     AGCW-DL VHF/UHF Contest
Jun 16/17  JARL All Asian DX Contest
Jun 16/17  Ukrainian Classic RTTY Contest
Jun 17     DIE Contest

Starting in 2012 the "World Castle Weekend" is moved to the third weekend
in June following a request of Spanish HAMs who want to avoid any possible
interferences with the "His Majesty The King of Spain Contest" on Jun 23/24.
See also: http://www.wcagroup.org

IOTA                compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG  (e-mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de)
Island activities:
AN-013, several, Trinity Peninsula group: LU4ZS is working from the
     Marambio station on Seymour Island (AN-013, AA LU-03, WAP ARG-21,
     WFF LUFF-056) at the moment. QSL via LU4DXU.

AS-147, JA8, Hokkaidos Coastal Islands: Taka,JA8COE/8, is going to visit
     Yagishiri Island (WLOTA 2512, Loc QN04QK) again from Jun 16-18. The
     activity will be postponed by one week if the weather is not suitable.
     QSL via homecall.

EU-005, G/GM/GW, Great Britain: The special event station GB0BON will be QRV
     from Naseby on Jun 16/17 to remember the Battle of Naseby (June 1645).
     They will work on 80m-70cm as long as their generators provide power.
     QSL via G4XEX (bureau/direct/eQSL).

EU-021, TF, Iceland: Bill,W4TAA, and Pete,VE3IKV, will show up as TF/VX3T
     from the south coast of Iceland (WLOTA 2975/Loc HP83SU) from Jun 17-30.
     They will work only on 6m with 100 watts and an 8-ele-yagi. They will
     also try to activate other Loc fields. QSLs only direct via VE3IKV.

EU-023, 9H, Malta group: Jeff,N6GQ, is going to spend his holidays on
     Malta (MIA MM-001, WLOTA 1113). He will work in holiday style signing
     9H3ZZ on the HF bands from Jun 17-29. QSLs direct or via LoTW to N6GQ.
     On the occasion of the International Museum weekend in 2012 the special
     event station 9H9IMW will be active from the historic city of Valetta
     on Jun 16-24. They have an exhibition showing old radio technology
     which was provided by Fortunata,9H1ES, and others. More information
     about the radios can be found on http://gorga40.tripod.com
     QSL direct via 9H9IMS (see QRZ.com).

EU-039, F, Chausey Islands: Chausey Island (DIFM MA-004, DDFM 50, DPF 04,
     WLOTA 0424) will be the last stop of Keith's trip from Jun 16-22.
     He will work holiday style as F/G3TTC in SSB on 80m/40m/20m/15m.
     QSL via G3TTC (bureau/direct).

EU-043, SM6, Goteborg och Bohus/Halland County group: Bernd,DL8AAV, will
     show up from Orust Island signing SD1B/6 from Jun 18-30. Listen for
     him on the usual IOTA frequencies. QSL via DL8AAV.

EU-048, F, Bretagne (Morbihan) Region group: Keith,G3TTC, is handing out
     IOTA points from Ile d'Houat (DIFM AT016, WLOTA 1105) signing F/G3TTC/p
     in SSB on Jun 14. QSL via G3TTC (bureau/direct).

EU-112, GM/MM, Shiant Islands: Members of the "GMDX Group" will activate
     the Shiant Islands as GB5SI from Jun 15-22. They plan to work in CW,
     SSB and RTTY on 80m-6m. QSL via MM0BQI.

EU-125, OZ, Jylland West group: Rico,OZ/DO6EBB, will be active on HF from
     Fano Island (DIA NS-002, Loc JO45EK) from Jun 17-30.
     QSL only direct or via eQSL to DO6EBB.

NA-092, W5, Texas State West: Dave,AC0QG/5, plans to show up again from
     South Padre Island (USi TX007S) between Jun 18 and Jul 13. Listen for
     him on the usual IOTA frequencies. QSL direct via homecall.
     The log will be uploaded also to the LoTW and eQSL.

Lighthouse activities
KH0N      LH 1333   Jun 15-18

WFF activities
DLFF: Ric,DL2VFR, provided following information:
     The new WFF Directory was published on Jun 1, 2012, and now there are
     also these new DLFF areas:
        DLFF-138:  Nature Reserve Esterweger Dose
        DLFF-139:  Nature Reserve Duvenstedter Brook
        DLFF-140:  Nature Reserve Bislicher Island
        DLFF-141:  Nature Reserve Koenigsbruecker Heide
        DLFF-142:  Nature Reserve Doeberitzer Heide
        DLFF-143:  Nature Reserve Waldnaabtal
        DLFF-144:  Nature Reserve Charlottenhofer Weihergebiet
        DLFF-145:  Nature Reserve Stadtwald Augsburg
        DLFF-146:  Nature Reserve Rotwildpark Stuttgart
     The special event station DQ125HSB is working in SSB on 2m from the
     nature park Harz (DLFF-063) on Jun 16 (1200-1700 UTC). QSL via bureau.

ONFF: The clubstation ON6WL/p will be active on 40m and 20m from the ONFF
     area "De Buylaers Lokeren" (ONFF-065) on Jun 17 (0700-1100 UTC).
     This activity counts also for the BCA (Belgian Castle award) with the
     reference OV-006 and WCA ON-00338. QSL via ON5JE.

SPFF: Zbig,SP2IU/p, plans to activate following WFF areas:
        SPFF 129: Nature reserve Szaniecki     (Jun 17, starting 0800 UTC)
        SPFF 065: Nature reserve Nadnidzianski (Jun 17, starting 1300 UTC)
        SPFF 052: Nature reserve Kozubowski    (Jun 18, starting 0800 UTC)
     Zbig works in CW and SSB mainly on 20m and 40m. QSL via homecall.
     The logs will be uploaded also to the WFF LogSearch.

YOFF: YP7P and YR7WFF are working in CW, SSB and digital modes on HF/50 MHz/
     VHF/UHF from YOFF-373 (2228m a.s.l., Loc KN15TI) from Jun 14-19.
     QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

QSL information
1A0C        via 1A0Z
3Z1BLH      via SP1DOZ
3Z0LH       via SP1PBW (B)
3Z2012YRY   via SP2UUU
5B/KC9UUS   via KC9UUS
9A209T      via 9A9T
9H9IMW      via 9H9IMS
9H3ZZ       via N6GQ (d), (L)
9K2KCBB     via 9K2RA (d)
A52BA       via JK1EBA (B)
A52JY       via JA1JQY (B)
A52MA       via JA3MCA
A52VE       via JF1OCQ (B)
A62A        via IZ8CLM (B)
AY8A        via LU8ADX (B)
AC0QG/5     via AC0QG (d), (L)
CG7CWPC     via VE7Ess (B)
CR6BWU      via CT1BWU (B)
CT8/DK7LX   via DK7LX (B)
CY0/VE1AWW  via VE1AWW (B)
DA0LSW      via DM3ZF (B)
DQ125HSB        (B)
EA2/DL6ZFG  via DL6ZFG (B)
EA5/ON4CAU  via ON4CAU (B)
EA5HJY      via EA7HBC (B)
EA6/DK5IR   via DK5IR (B)
ED3CW       via EB3CW (B), (L), eQSL
ED5ATK      via EA5ATK (B), (L), eQSL
ED5FL       via EA5FL
ED5HAB      via EA5HAB (B), eQSL
ED5JC       via EC5JC (B)
ED5KB       via EA5KB (B)
ED8DD       via EA8DD (B), eQSL
EG2DSF      via EA2DGP (B)
EG3EPC          (L), eQSL, HRDLOG
EG4ANA      via EA4AUG (B)
EH7MCB      via EB7CVL (B)
EM4IFF      via US5IQ
EN2012LTX   via UR4LTX (B)
EN5RFF      via UT1RT
F/G3TTC     via G3TTC (B)
F/I1UWF     via I1UWF (B)
F5KTC/p     via F5KTC
F8DYD/p     via F8DYD (B)
FM1FV       via W3HNK (d)
GB0BON      via G4XEX     (B)
GB5SI       via MM0BQI (B)
HA/DL2GK    via DL2GK (B)
HF40BAZ     via SP2PZH
HG3R        via HA3NU (B)
HZ1TT       via IZ8CLM (B)
II9AS       via IT9JPW (d)
J48SAI      via SV1RK (B)
JA8COE/8    via JA8COE (B)
JY9ET       via M0OXO (B), OQRS, (L)
KD8PZO/1    via KD8PZO (B)
KH0N        via JA6CNL (B)
KP4BD       via NP3O (d)
LS1D        via AC7DX (B) (*)
LU4ZS       via LU4DXU (B)
LZ7S        via LZ2HM (B)
LZ8E        via LZ2BE (B)
M3W         via G4FAL (B)
N8OFS/p     via N8OFS (d), eQSL
NL8F        via K8NA
OD5NJ       via EA5BYP (B)
OG1M        via OH1VR (d)
OG8N        via OH6CT
OJ0MC       via OH6MC (B)
ON44WAR     via ON7RY
ON6WL/p     via ON5JE(B)
OZ/DO6EBB   via DO6EBB (d)
PA300BPM    via PD2GSP
R1150TV     via R3ID
R11GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
R12GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
R22GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
R3GOFF      via R3GO
R44GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
R55EPC      via R9CBA (B)
R66GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
R73EPC      via RK3DSW
R73GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
R77GGGR     via UA6MM (B)
RZ1CWC/p    via RN1CW (B), (L)
SE2EE       via SM2TOS
SF0530COH   via SM0PSO
SF2BRN      via SA2BRN (B)
SN0WFF      via SP5X (B)
SP2IU/p     via SP2IU (B)
SV8/PD0ARI  via PD0ARI (B)
SX135HRC    via SV1EOS (B), eQSL
SD1B/6      via DL8AAV (B)
SE1TDE      via SM1TDE (B)
TF/DL4AOJ   via DL4AOJ (B)
TF/VX3T     via VE3IKV (d)
TM5BBC      via F2UW
UA4M        via RN4LP (B)
UE80C           (B)
V31DV       via AF6WU
V31IZ       via JO1CRA (B)
V31WU       via AF6WU
V73/AF6SU   via G3ZVW (B)
VC2L        via VE2NHK (B)
VC390IC     via VE3NQK (d)
VX3ROYL     via VE3NOO (B)
VX3T        via VE3IKV     (d)
XV2W        via W6NWS (B)
XV9NPS      via JA2NPS
XX9TBM      via EB7DX (d)
YO3KIA      via YO3JR (B)
YP0CD       via YO5BFJ (B)
YP1WFF      via YO3JW (B)
YP7P        via YO7LFV
YR7WFF      via YO7LFV
YT2R        via YU1AU
YU0T        via YU1WS
ZQ2FX       via G3RFX (B)
ZZ190GOB    via PT2OP (B)

(d) = only direct
(B) = bureau ok
(*) = new QSL manager
(L) = Logbook of the World (LoTW)
(r) = e-mail request

QSLs arrived direct: 3C6A (EA5BYP), HK0NA (via GDXF-QSL-Service)

QSLs arrived bureau: 4W6A (M0URX), 6W1RW, 9Q50ON, 9V1SV, 9W2ESM,
                     A61AS (YO3FRI), BU2AU, C6ABK (OH2BR), F6BEE, FK8CP,
                     HH2/OE7NHT (OE7NHT), IR9ITALY, J28AA (K2PF),
                     P29VEK (JA8VE), PP1CZ, PY3BSG, PY5APTJ3AY (F5LGE),
                     TM55M (F5RJM), TN2T (M0URX), TY1MS (PA3AWW),
                     V85/UA4WHX (UA4WHX), VK9CX (DL7AFS), ZL8X (DJ2MX),
                     YU/ZL1SLO (ZL1SLO), ZM4T

DXer arrested on espionage (update)
According to Baldur,DJ6SI, himself, he was not accused of espionage.
He was accused of
1) making radio communications without the consent of the Greek authorities
2) operating a transceiver which can receive also non-HAM frequencies.
Later they added a point this he was not willing to hand over his laptop
for the contents to be checked. In the hearing of June 8 they only kept the
charge up of destroying his notebook for the purpose of destruction of
evidence. This point is judged later.

Many thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL are going to:
Carl Smith (QRZ DX), 425DXNews, OPDX Bulletin, DF6EX (WIN-QSL), DH5NBK,
F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, VA3RJ, VA3TET and others.

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