RSSGB2RS Special Events

Special Events News – 8 April 2018

| April 6, 2018

Special Event Station news for April did not arrive in time to be included in the printed edition of RadCom, but the information can be found on the RSGB website via tinyurl.com/SES-0418 Next Friday to Sunday K4S will be on the air on 40, 20, 17 and 15 metres, supporting the Shark’s Tooth Festival in […]

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Special Event News – 1 April 2018

| March 29, 2018

This Sunday, 1 April, marks the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Air force. Members of the RAFARS will be active today from RAF Cosford as GB100RAF to mark this historic occasion. The call will be used at many events during 2018, so there will be lots of chance to work them. For […]

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Special Event News – 25 March 2018

| March 23, 2018

From Monday, 26 March until Sunday, 8 April, Paul, MI1AIB will be operating GB8BKY and GB8EGT for this year’s RAFARS Airfields On The Air event. GB8BKY for the former RAF Ballykelly is from his home QTH, while GB8EGT, for the former RAF Eglinton, will be from his work QTH courtesy of City of Derry Airport. […]

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Special Event News – 18 March 2018

| March 16, 2018

Special Event Station news for April did not arrive in time to be included in the printed edition of RadCom, but the information can be found on the RSGB website. M0TRJ will be operating GB60OT until next Sunday as part of the Radio Amateur Old Timers’ Association diamond jubilee celebrations. QSL via the bureau or […]

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Special Event News – 11 March 2018

| March 9, 2018

The Radio Amateur Old Timers’ Association (RAOTA) will be operating GB60OT during 2018 as a part of its diamond jubilee celebrations. GB60OT will be active from 17 to 25 March operated by Simon, M0TRJ. GB0WM will be on the air from Woolsthorpe Manor as part of British Science Week on 17 and 18 March. Woolsthorpe […]

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Special Event News – 4 March 2018

| March 2, 2018

EI50AOM will be on the air throughout March to remember the 61 lives lost after the crash of an Aer Lingus Viscount airliner in the Irish Sea 50 years ago. QSL via EI2KA, direct with $2 and self-addressed envelope, or via the bureau. The log will be uploaded periodically to Logbook of The World for […]

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