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Chris, thanks for your efforts and thanks to whole team down there. I hope they will stay safe and have a safe trip back home.
With all those terrorists on their TX frequency it would be good if team can pay attention on how pile up is responding: if things are not going smoothly that usually means that somebody is jamming TX frequency. Tell the guys simply to move 300-500 kHz up or down. T30PY team did great job with that, making any intentional QRMing meaningless.
Rather unusual approach with frequent change of calling areas (Asia, Pac, JA, etc...) but, hey, at least nobody can say that they didn't give a chance to everybody and my compliments for that.
Yes, it seems that conditions are in favor of NA, at least here in South East Europe.
However, it is possible to work them even from stamp size backyard and appropriate antennas.
The best signal is on 15M, very good on 40M, surprisingly quiet on 20M.