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TT8ES, T6EU Operations Approved for DXCC Credit:

from The ARRL Letter on January 23, 2014
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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TT8ES, T6EU Operations Approved for DXCC Credit:

The ARRL DXCC Desk has approved the 2014 operation of TT8ES -- Chad -- and the current operation (through May 3, 2014) of T6EU -- Afghanistan -- for DX Century Club credit. This operation was previously approved for 2012 and 2013, and the license has been extended through February 28, 2014. If a request for DXCC credit for this operation has been rejected in a prior application, contact ARRL Awards Branch Manager Bill Moore bmoore@arrl.org, NC1L, to be placed on the list for an update to your record. Please note the submission date and/or reference number of your application in order to expedite the search for any rejected contacts.

DXCC is Amateur Radio's premier award that hams can earn by confirming on-the-air contacts with 100 DXCC "entities http://www.arrl.org/country-lists-prefixes," most of which are countries in the traditional sense. You can begin with the basic DXCC award and work your way up to the DXCC Honor Roll. Learn more http://www.arrl.org/rules. -- ARRL Awards Branch Manager Bill Moore, NC1L

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