Ed, you are correct. The Friends of 50 Award requires 50 different call signs on 50 different days. 73, Robert Bankston, KE4ALAMSAT-NA VP of User Services Twitter: @KE4ALabamaWebsite: KE4AL.wordpress.com
On Friday, March 22, 2019, 4:18:38 AM CDT, HUGH EMPEY [email protected] wrote:
This may be "obvious to the most casual observer" but I do not want to assume anything. The rules for this award state that "you must work 50 amateur radio operators on any satellite (limit one per day) during 2019. Does this mean 50 "different" call signs or can you count the same call sign more than once if you work them on different days. I interpret this to mean "50 different call signs." Am I correct. I have my flameproof suit on just in case.
If you can walk away from a landing, it's a good landing. If you use the airplane the next day, it's an outstanding landing.
* Chuck Yeager
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