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WES Results

Weekend Sprintathon, 9-10 November 2013

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Overall results

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA368620/145/2090525271
Silver 2W9DLNDan3635SWI336620/131/24123023492
Bronze 3F6HKABert6969SFRA236610/118/1975816429
4N0TAJohn2826TCO242510/122/9259916206
5KX1NHRandy1050SNH225550/107/23138514945
6WA5KMAJIM5057TTX211530/110/13199914347
7N3HEEJoe6594TMD217550/90/1177813668
8W3NPDave3182SWV217520/110/16118313647
9W7GVEED729TAZ208470/103/18112112017
10AF2ZDrew2082TNJ205460/69/1168610861
11KZ5OMJerry10415TCA156460/87/13198710098
12K5YQFCECIL1820TTX151470/91/18197410071
13K8JDJOHN1395TMI189430/80/87689735
14W5BMDan7754COK168450/86/195619076
15NE5DLDave5081TTX162440/73/105188426
16K4BAIJohn3280GA133460/80/69287876
17AD0ABjim9667TKS150410/75/135347499
18K4ZGBtom796TAL116410/85/1717327423
19K8WSNBill4986TMI131430/72/87757168
20KW3FBob2456TPA122410/72/2012847106
21N3PDTDoug6861TMO127460/71/114967103
22AC5GGLee10715CTX120410/62/95326117
23K2DEPSteve9273TMD98370/59/614415687
24N0CVWCHARLIE9074TKS92350/52/1514535268
25N4RAYRodney285TAL88350/50/66774287
26KD2JCJoe710TNJ101320/48/74184165
27KD3CADON10175TPA82380/47/113894030
28AA5COBruce10643COK87330/60/43623853
29W0YZZDave5519TMO81330/41/65513664
30W6UTDennis2417TCA63370/51/116713567
31N8KQRandy8934TOH75350/47/64013526
32N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL74320/53/134403403
33AC2CRon2748TMD66310/42/138553386
34WK2SArt9434TNJ80300/48/54013306
35WA5RMLAndy3169TX84330/42/503217
36N5XECarl6307TOK68360/45/42823200
37WV1NBill6622CCT72330/48/52603141
38K8BATJOHN10395TOH73290/44/45293106
39KK0IJack2370TWI67330/40/44173048
40KD0VMerlin1243TMN76280/48/43162944
41KL7GLLGene1098TVA63340/41/143092931
42AA5VECarl8863TTX61340/31/43392743
42K2OGTbob5266TNY68280/47/73342743
44K1PUBChas4101TMA62320/33/14032722
45AK4JABob10535TGA67290/40/162752698
46NP3CWJulio2632TPRI64350/37/0712681
47KG4WED2416SVA63310/33/72422560
48WU3UTIM/C11308PA61310/39/62232534
49AI4UNCharles4715TGA63300/38/52072502
50WB0PYF/MRAY5169TMO64270/40/13452478
51KF7WNSGary9895OR52300/38/103592349
52KB8XMike5491OH63270/31/52612297
53WA1OTZRICH7907TCT64250/37/62832283
54K1EDGEd9625TME52250/38/45182218
55K0LUWRuss1702SNE56320/36/502177
56KC4ZAAL/V214421TVA46220/31/17022029
57K5HEMHal8421TTX51260/32/122921998
58KC4HCHRoger/V67688TAL51260/29/83321988
59N0UMPBill659TMO52270/27/62811985
60VK7CWSteve10820TAUS45260/30/34581943
61F5DEBernard6247TFRA52260/31/101971909
62N8BBWerner5433TMI53260/29/22271905
63AC6FUJACK6477TNV48270/25/22751831
64KP4SJPablo8843TPRI78160/35/31591772
65VE5SGGarry6154TSK50240/32/42261766
66K0LWVLarry3571MO42260/25/13881735
67N3JJTScott255TOH43210/29/84891722
68WB0CLLED9600TOK51180/30/24641692
69VE3FMWRon10702ON51220/33/51751652
70K2NPNPHIL/V61687TNY47240/24/22501628
71N8KZHRON6593TWV40240/27/63021562
72KB4ULNick2478KY37270/28/82141533
73K7TKTBrian6695CID42240/29/42061524
74W7CQWQUINT4347TID25190/17/58501520
75KD8BBKTONY/C2443OH42250/25/21741484
76K1LEELee7246TCT44240/20/21941460
77W8VFMNed1589CMI44220/29/41661444
78AA6ACBOB6276TCA30220/20/85221422
79KA5VZGAlan6264TTN35210/31/23001355
80NT8PRON7312TOH40220/20/42431343
81K8NSMIKE10580TFL31270/29/11791311
82K9ZMDGARY891TWA27160/19/66501302
83W9CCLarry469TIN36190/28/32841263
84KH6OZGeorge3975TMT26210/15/05661262
85W7BROCarl7772OR42160/28/92601257
86VE1PVHPaul7728TNS40200/25/12011256
87N7IGIBob6394TUT35200/25/32801245
88KF7DSDon8281TOR39200/27/31631228
89K7IFGKen/V34694TOR34250/18/21671207
90UU1CCAndy3072TUKR36200/26/22001190
91W7GBDon2771TWA31220/19/12901167
92K4NVJJoe393TAL26170/18/25031135
93VE3DVCDoug11106ON37210/17/31681130
94WA1VILGreg443TMA29200/29/02371107
95N5YGMike6304TAR31220/24/11641091
96W6VFWTony/V309598TCA21160/16/45251041
97NC5GGeorge9891CTX31200/20/22051035
98N5JPXJim8672TMS23170/20/04201011
99WA1LWSHans1933TMD34180/21/5142989
100WA5AFDGerald8150TOK31180/22/0193971
101KD5RSSButch1910TOK30210/14/1186961
102W6FPSRon2126TCA27200/22/2173943
102KC0MLARRRY8177MO22180/14/2397943
104K6BHHCurt3646TCA25180/18/7243908
105K4JPNSteve2402TGA27170/20/4158837
106W4RQRICH8699TFL22160/16/6254796
107W1ZIYRON9621TMA25180/17/2159789
107K2XSTERRY5119TNY27170/11/1215789
109KA1KUDon9399CMA25190/18/3104774
110VE4MRKevin7607MB26180/19/396769
111K5ENAJOHN3045TOK26170/18/3123760
112N7EDKEd7534TAZ23130/16/1275739
113K2HTDick5087TMO23140/17/0241733
114AC0PRMike7033TND19150/16/3264724
115N1ABSPete4853TMA24150/16/7164719
116VE3DTIJose7020ON23160/19/1149712
117KW4JSJOHN4800CTN23170/12/2160681
118W4KRNKaren4495TVA21150/16/5177677
119W5KDMNoel4812CMS25120/21/1144659
120N8ECCAlan8302TOH23180/11/4101645
121K2OOAndy10315TOH24190/18/10641
122K0KEXRick5220TMO19150/16/3164624
123KK7YJJim2728TMT18140/15/1215622
124KD0EKTJason9435TAR21150/10/4173608
125W5WILDennis9429OK20170/18/072592
125KB0SRXJim11130CO19180/14/1105592
127KE4WKHChris6599CAL21140/18/196575
128KE7YTETOM6447TAZ18160/13/2129557
129KA5TJSAllen5172TTX20160/12/1107552
130WU1VRick9293TMA19150/11/6126551
131WA0BGVSlim5465TMO18130/12/1180539
132WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ20130/13/1117512
133K9AAADave270TMI15130/12/3177507
134KB0ETUPhil4542TAL1190/7/1329503
135K6KQVBILL2626TCA20140/11/199494
136K8LJGJohn336TMI20160/12/146491
137KA3LOCRic660TKS15110/12/0202487
138K0MCMike5241TCO20130/13/380485
139K2ARMPete9741NY19140/12/089475
140KC7QYJIM4323CNM21120/12/181458
141W9KMPKen549IL18130/11/1108457
142NW0MMitch6893TMO15110/13/0158453
143DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER17150/13/162452
144WV8PDave7922OH17150/9/370430
145WB8WTUdennis217TOH15130/13/0103428
146KC9PDXKEVIN/V1610390IL1290/10/0217425
147WB0CJBPAUL10799TN19160/12/00424
147G0RDOJohn2133TENG20130/8/179424
149W1HFFJoe6309TMA14120/12/0128416
150K5TEBTerry6835MS1390/10/2170397
150WB8ENEArt3773TOH15130/12/177397
152N9YDZMark9855TMO14100/9/2137377
153N3ADFJim6459TMD15120/13/054364
154KB4QQJRandy3508TNC14130/9/180357
155W0EJBill10440TSD990/8/0195356
156KB1NHVArt2775TVT16150/7/120335
157KB0WDRich10699MO14110/11/254328
158K6JFJim4261TCA14110/10/164323
159VE9CRMMarc10075TNB13100/10/067297
160WA2FBNKen8884NY13100/8/179294
161KK4BNCRandy8054GA1090/9/1104289
162W1WIUJim486TRI11100/6/592287
163VE7KBNKen5533TBC1090/8/188263
164KA1SAWNeal2824TMA11110/7/070261
165K3EMSGeorge8687PA1280/9/167258
166AI0QALAN/V37532TMN1190/7/088257
167W1BJPaul9950MA14120/7/13246
168WA1HRHtom7802NH11100/5/262232
169AB7MPMark454TWA970/3/1120218
170WL7WHBob2940TAK960/6/189208
171WB9GChris9820NY770/7/085204
172W8BFXDennis7765TWA880/6/172201
173KB5JOCURT2027TTX980/7/146193
174KF0XVJoe3520TKS770/6/081190
174KB9DFESteve8806TWI1180/6/327190
176K6FADave/V22NONECA660/3/1113184
177WB2UWUFinn1708NY980/7/037179
177W0SZVEldon4999TTX440/4/0123179
179VE1MAMMarc8160NB990/7/217178
180WB2ELDArt4930NJ1110/7/278169
181GM3ZDHBob6027TSCO770/7/041160
182K7HAPHap7112TVA550/3/193153
183DU3/W5LFAJerry4448TPHI730/5/270151
184AB2BJFred321TNJ770/5/146150
185VE4CWFChris10492MB1260/7/00142
186W9AXBill9733IL550/4/070135
187K9EYTRAY7941TIL770/5/129133
188N7BVYSTEVE/C4189WA750/2/261126
189KE3OBill9282TMD550/4/059124
190AB8SAAlan7237MI760/4/032114
191N5ZVVolley5353TOK720/4/057111
192N5RBRick8994CMS650/6/016106
193K4AOAJIM8333CNC660/4/028104
194KW8UBob10968MI770/4/0695
195W4HAYFrank/c678TTN440/3/04591
196W9HLYVern6672TIN550/5/0378
197KI6BHBDave4186CCA550/4/0873
198M0BVEDave9576ENG310/1/24568
199KK5NAJoe1923TTX640/1/03064
200KI0IMark6585TMO330/2/12559
201OH7QRErkki6379TFIN530/3/2257
202N0UYNDennis5753TMO440/3/1354
203K7QATDave7614AZ420/3/1447
204K2MIJJim5941TNY330/3/0039
205VE5BCSHarold3946TSK330/2/1438
206W3MLKMartin10314DE110/1/02435
207IW1BCOMarco8669ITA220/2/0226
208K5ZOLBob3945TTX220/2/0024
208LW3EX/ZWALT3804TARG220/2/0024
208K8NBNoel3112TMI220/2/0024
211AF3ZJim3034TPA330/1/0019
212AI9INSteve8759IN110/1/0415
213KG6EYCFrank10435CA110/1/0112
214N6XJPDave9045CA110/1/0011
214K0SKCSlim10739TMO110/1/0011
216WD8PBFDave11220OH520/0/0010
217KC4AAl4421TVA000/0/000

Results for QRPp - 1 watt or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1AK4JABob10535TGA67290/40/162752698
Silver 2N8BBWerner5433TMI53260/29/22271905
Bronze 3W5WILDennis9429OK20170/18/072592
4KB5JOCURT2027TTX980/7/146193
5K2MIJJim5941TNY330/3/0039
6AF3ZJim3034TPA330/1/0019

Results for QRP - 5 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K5YQFCECIL1820TTX151470/91/18197410071
Silver 2NE5DLDave5081TTX162440/73/105188426
Bronze 3N4RAYRodney285TAL88350/50/66774287
4KD0VMerlin1243TMN76280/48/43162944
5KC4ZAAL/V214421TVA46220/31/17022029
6VE5SGGarry6154TSK50240/32/42261766
7N8KZHRON6593TWV40240/27/63021562
8K1LEELee7246TCT44240/20/21941460
9NT8PRON7312TOH40220/20/42431343
10K8NSMIKE10580TFL31270/29/11791311
11W9CCLarry469TIN36190/28/32841263
12KH6OZGeorge3975TMT26210/15/05661262
13WA1VILGreg443TMA29200/29/02371107
14N5JPXJim8672TMS23170/20/04201011
15K4JPNSteve2402TGA27170/20/4158837
16W4RQRICH8699TFL22160/16/6254796
17N7EDKEd7534TAZ23130/16/1275739
18N1ABSPete4853TMA24150/16/7164719
19VE3DTIJose7020ON23160/19/1149712
20KW4JSJOHN4800CTN23170/12/2160681
21KE4WKHChris6599CAL21140/18/196575
22KE7YTETOM6447TAZ18160/13/2129557
23WU1VRick9293TMA19150/11/6126551
24KB0ETUPhil4542TAL1190/7/1329503
25KA3LOCRic660TKS15110/12/0202487
26K0MCMike5241TCO20130/13/380485
27K5TEBTerry6835MS1390/10/2170397
28KB4QQJRandy3508TNC14130/9/180357
29W0EJBill10440TSD990/8/0195356
30WA2FBNKen8884NY13100/8/179294
31VE7KBNKen5533TBC1090/8/188263
32KF0XVJoe3520TKS770/6/081190
33K6FADave/V22NONECA660/3/1113184
34VE1MAMMarc8160NB990/7/217178
35K7HAPHap7112TVA550/3/193153
36AB8SAAlan7237MI760/4/032114
37W9HLYVern6672TIN550/5/0378
38KK5NAJoe1923TTX640/1/03064
39K7QATDave7614AZ420/3/1447
40IW1BCOMarco8669ITA220/2/0226
41K8NBNoel3112TMI220/2/0024
42AI9INSteve8759IN110/1/0415
43N6XJPDave9045CA110/1/0011
44KC4AAl4421TVA000/0/000

Results for QRO - 100 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1W9DLNDan3635SWI336620/131/24123023492
Silver 2KX1NHRandy1050SNH225550/107/23138514945
Bronze 3WA5KMAJIM5057TTX211530/110/13199914347
4W3NPDave3182SWV217520/110/16118313647
5W7GVEED729TAZ208470/103/18112112017
6AF2ZDrew2082TNJ205460/69/1168610861
7K8JDJOHN1395TMI189430/80/87689735
8W5BMDan7754COK168450/86/195619076
9K4ZGBtom796TAL116410/85/1717327423
10KW3FBob2456TPA122410/72/2012847106
11N3PDTDoug6861TMO127460/71/114967103
12K2DEPSteve9273TMD98370/59/614415687
13N0CVWCHARLIE9074TKS92350/52/1514535268
14KD2JCJoe710TNJ101320/48/74184165
15KD3CADON10175TPA82380/47/113894030
16AA5COBruce10643COK87330/60/43623853
17W0YZZDave5519TMO81330/41/65513664
18W6UTDennis2417TCA63370/51/116713567
19N8KQRandy8934TOH75350/47/64013526
20N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL74320/53/134403403
21AC2CRon2748TMD66310/42/138553386
22WK2SArt9434TNJ80300/48/54013306
23WA5RMLAndy3169TX84330/42/503217
24N5XECarl6307TOK68360/45/42823200
25WV1NBill6622CCT72330/48/52603141
26K8BATJOHN10395TOH73290/44/45293106
27KK0IJack2370TWI67330/40/44173048
28KL7GLLGene1098TVA63340/41/143092931
29AA5VECarl8863TTX61340/31/43392743
29K2OGTbob5266TNY68280/47/73342743
31K1PUBChas4101TMA62320/33/14032722
32NP3CWJulio2632TPRI64350/37/0712681
33KG4WED2416SVA63310/33/72422560
34WU3UTIM/C11308PA61310/39/62232534
35AI4UNCharles4715TGA63300/38/52072502
36WB0PYF/MRAY5169TMO64270/40/13452478
37KF7WNSGary9895OR52300/38/103592349
38KB8XMike5491OH63270/31/52612297
39WA1OTZRICH7907TCT64250/37/62832283
40K1EDGEd9625TME52250/38/45182218
41K0LUWRuss1702SNE56320/36/502177
42K5HEMHal8421TTX51260/32/122921998
43KC4HCHRoger/V67688TAL51260/29/83321988
44N0UMPBill659TMO52270/27/62811985
45F5DEBernard6247TFRA52260/31/101971909
46AC6FUJACK6477TNV48270/25/22751831
47KP4SJPablo8843TPRI78160/35/31591772
48K0LWVLarry3571MO42260/25/13881735
49N3JJTScott255TOH43210/29/84891722
50WB0CLLED9600TOK51180/30/24641692
51VE3FMWRon10702ON51220/33/51751652
52K2NPNPHIL/V61687TNY47240/24/22501628
53KB4ULNick2478KY37270/28/82141533
54K7TKTBrian6695CID42240/29/42061524
55W7CQWQUINT4347TID25190/17/58501520
56KD8BBKTONY/C2443OH42250/25/21741484
57W8VFMNed1589CMI44220/29/41661444
58AA6ACBOB6276TCA30220/20/85221422
59KA5VZGAlan6264TTN35210/31/23001355
60K9ZMDGARY891TWA27160/19/66501302
61VE1PVHPaul7728TNS40200/25/12011256
62N7IGIBob6394TUT35200/25/32801245
63KF7DSDon8281TOR39200/27/31631228
64W7GBDon2771TWA31220/19/12901167
65K4NVJJoe393TAL26170/18/25031135
66VE3DVCDoug11106ON37210/17/31681130
67N5YGMike6304TAR31220/24/11641091
68W6VFWTony/V309598TCA21160/16/45251041
69NC5GGeorge9891CTX31200/20/22051035
70WA1LWSHans1933TMD34180/21/5142989
71WA5AFDGerald8150TOK31180/22/0193971
72KD5RSSButch1910TOK30210/14/1186961
73KC0MLARRRY8177MO22180/14/2397943
74K6BHHCurt3646TCA25180/18/7243908
75W1ZIYRON9621TMA25180/17/2159789
75K2XSTERRY5119TNY27170/11/1215789
77KA1KUDon9399CMA25190/18/3104774
78VE4MRKevin7607MB26180/19/396769
79K5ENAJOHN3045TOK26170/18/3123760
80K2HTDick5087TMO23140/17/0241733
81AC0PRMike7033TND19150/16/3264724
82W4KRNKaren4495TVA21150/16/5177677
83W5KDMNoel4812CMS25120/21/1144659
84N8ECCAlan8302TOH23180/11/4101645
85K2OOAndy10315TOH24190/18/10641
86K0KEXRick5220TMO19150/16/3164624
87KK7YJJim2728TMT18140/15/1215622
88KD0EKTJason9435TAR21150/10/4173608
89KB0SRXJim11130CO19180/14/1105592
90KA5TJSAllen5172TTX20160/12/1107552
91WA0BGVSlim5465TMO18130/12/1180539
92WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ20130/13/1117512
93K9AAADave270TMI15130/12/3177507
94K6KQVBILL2626TCA20140/11/199494
95K8LJGJohn336TMI20160/12/146491
96K2ARMPete9741NY19140/12/089475
97KC7QYJIM4323CNM21120/12/181458
98W9KMPKen549IL18130/11/1108457
99NW0MMitch6893TMO15110/13/0158453
100DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER17150/13/162452
101WV8PDave7922OH17150/9/370430
102WB8WTUdennis217TOH15130/13/0103428
103KC9PDXKEVIN/V1610390IL1290/10/0217425
104G0RDOJohn2133TENG20130/8/179424
104WB0CJBPAUL10799TN19160/12/00424
106W1HFFJoe6309TMA14120/12/0128416
107WB8ENEArt3773TOH15130/12/177397
108N9YDZMark9855TMO14100/9/2137377
109N3ADFJim6459TMD15120/13/054364
110KB1NHVArt2775TVT16150/7/120335
111KB0WDRich10699MO14110/11/254328
112K6JFJim4261TCA14110/10/164323
113VE9CRMMarc10075TNB13100/10/067297
114KK4BNCRandy8054GA1090/9/1104289
115W1WIUJim486TRI11100/6/592287
116KA1SAWNeal2824TMA11110/7/070261
117K3EMSGeorge8687PA1280/9/167258
118AI0QALAN/V37532TMN1190/7/088257
119W1BJPaul9950MA14120/7/13246
120WA1HRHtom7802NH11100/5/262232
121AB7MPMark454TWA970/3/1120218
122WL7WHBob2940TAK960/6/189208
123WB9GChris9820NY770/7/085204
124W8BFXDennis7765TWA880/6/172201
125KB9DFESteve8806TWI1180/6/327190
126WB2UWUFinn1708NY980/7/037179
126W0SZVEldon4999TTX440/4/0123179
128WB2ELDArt4930NJ1110/7/278169
129DU3/W5LFAJerry4448TPHI730/5/270151
130AB2BJFred321TNJ770/5/146150
131VE4CWFChris10492MB1260/7/00142
132W9AXBill9733IL550/4/070135
133K9EYTRAY7941TIL770/5/129133
134N7BVYSTEVE/C4189WA750/2/261126
135KE3OBill9282TMD550/4/059124
136N5ZVVolley5353TOK720/4/057111
137N5RBRick8994CMS650/6/016106
138K4AOAJIM8333CNC660/4/028104
139W4HAYFrank/c678TTN440/3/04591
140KI6BHBDave4186CCA550/4/0873
141M0BVEDave9576ENG310/1/24568
142KI0IMark6585TMO330/2/12559
143OH7QRErkki6379TFIN530/3/2257
144N0UYNDennis5753TMO440/3/1354
145VE5BCSHarold3946TSK330/2/1438
146W3MLKMartin10314DE110/1/02435
147K5ZOLBob3945TTX220/2/0024
148KG6EYCFrank10435CA110/1/0112
149K0SKCSlim10739TMO110/1/0011
150WD8PBFDave11220OH520/0/0010

Results for QRO - Greater than 100 watts

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA368620/145/2090525271
Silver 2F6HKABert6969SFRA236610/118/1975816429
Bronze 3N0TAJohn2826TCO242510/122/9259916206
4N3HEEJoe6594TMD217550/90/1177813668
5KZ5OMJerry10415TCA156460/87/13198710098
6K4BAIJohn3280GA133460/80/69287876
7AD0ABjim9667TKS150410/75/135347499
8K8WSNBill4986TMI131430/72/87757168
9AC5GGLee10715CTX120410/62/95326117
10VK7CWSteve10820TAUS45260/30/34581943
11W7BROCarl7772OR42160/28/92601257
12K7IFGKen/V34694TOR34250/18/21671207
13UU1CCAndy3072TUKR36200/26/22001190
14W6FPSRon2126TCA27200/22/2173943
15GM3ZDHBob6027TSCO770/7/041160
16KW8UBob10968MI770/4/0695

Results for SWL

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1LW3EX/ZWALT3804TARG220/2/0024

Breakdown by QTH

QTH's ranked by total score

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1TX13912489662CA1373744347
3WI3414267304MD643524218
5MI9468214836OK948821216
7MO15499210868NJ642419163
9FRA22881833810CO328117283
11OH124351602912AL631315911
13WV22571520914NH223615177
15GA53001420216PA528013947
17KS42641344418AZ425313360
19VA6198835020MA92237585
21CT3180688422NY81936351
23OR4167604124IL51164553
25PRI2142445326ON31113494
27MN287320128ID2673044
29WA582301430TN4812551
31ME152221832NE1562177
33MS467217334FL2532107
35AUS145194336MT2441884
37NV148183138SK2531804
39AR252169940KY1371533
41IN342135642NS1401256
43UT135124544UKR1361190
45MB23891146ND119724
47ENG22349248NB222475
49NC22046150NM121458
51GER11745252SD19356
53VT11633554RI111287
55BC11026356AK19208
57SCO1716058PHI17151
59FIN155760DE1135
61ITA122662ARG1224

QTH's ranked by number of entries

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1MO15499210862CA1373744347
3TX13912489664OH1243516029
5MI9468214836MA92237585
7OK9488212168NY81936351
9NJ64241916310AL631315911
11MD64352421812VA61988350
13IL5116455314WA5823014
15PA52801394716GA530014202
17MS467217318AZ425313360
19OR4167604120KS426413444
21TN481255122CO328117283
23WI34142673024ON31113494
25IN342135626CT31806884
27SK253180428ENG223492
29AR252169930FL2532107
31MT244188432MN2873201
33NH22361517734NC220461
35NB22247536FRA228818338
37ID267304438PRI21424453
39WV22571520940MB238911
41SD1935642AUS1451943
43ITA122644UT1351245
45UKR136119046SCO17160
47NS140125648FIN1557
49GER11745250VT116335
51NE156217752NV1481831
53PHI1715154BC110263
55ARG122456AK19208
57ND11972458DE1135
59NM12145860KY1371533
61ME152221862RI111287

Participants ordered by callsign

AA5CO, AA5VE, AA6AC, AB2BJ, AB7MP, AB8SA, AC0PR, AC2C, AC5GG, AC6FU, AD0AB, AF2Z, AF3Z, AI0Q, AI4UN, AI9IN, AK4JA, DL9YCS, DU3/W5LFA, F5DE, F6HKA, G0RDO, GM3ZDH, IW1BCO, K0KEX, K0LUW, K0LWV, K0MC, K0SKC, K1EDG, K1LEE, K1PUB, K2ARM, K2DEP, K2HT, K2MIJ, K2NPN, K2OGT, K2OO, K2XS, K3EMS, K4AOA, K4BAI, K4JPN, K4NVJ, K4ZGB, K5ENA, K5HEM, K5TEB, K5YQF, K5ZOL, K6BHH, K6ELQ, K6FA, K6JF, K6KQV, K7HAP, K7IFG, K7QAT, K7TKT, K8BAT, K8JD, K8LJG, K8NB, K8NS, K8WSN, K9AAA, K9EYT, K9ZMD, KA1KU, KA1SAW, KA3LOC, KA5TJS, KA5VZG, KB0ETU, KB0SRX, KB0WD, KB1NHV, KB4QQJ, KB4UL, KB5JO, KB8X, KB9DFE, KC0M, KC4A, KC4HCH, KC4ZA, KC7QY, KC9PDX, KD0EKT, KD0V, KD2JC, KD3CA, KD5RSS, KD8BBK, KE3O, KE4WKH, KE7YTE, KF0XV, KF7DS, KF7WNS, KG4W, KG6EYC, KH6OZ, KI0I, KI6BHB, KK0I, KK4BNC, KK5NA, KK7YJ, KL7GLL, KP4SJ, KW3F, KW4JS, KW8U, KX1NH, KZ5OM, LW3EX/Z, M0BVE, N0CVW, N0TA, N0UMP, N0UYN, N1ABS, N3ADF, N3HEE, N3JJT, N3PDT, N4RAY, N5JPX, N5RB, N5XE, N5YG, N5ZV, N6XJP, N7BVY, N7EDK, N7IGI, N8BB, N8ECC, N8KQ, N8KZH, N9YDZ, N9ZXL, NC5G, NE5DL, NP3CW, NT8P, NW0M, OH7QR, UU1CC, VE1MAM, VE1PVH, VE3DTI, VE3DVC, VE3FMW, VE4CWF, VE4MR, VE5BCS, VE5SG, VE7KBN, VE9CRM, VK7CW, W0EJ, W0SZV, W0YZZ, W1BJ, W1HFF, W1WIU, W1ZIY, W3MLK, W3NP, W4HAY, W4KRN, W4RQ, W5BM, W5KDM, W5WIL, W6FPS, W6UT, W6VFW, W7BRO, W7CQW, W7GB, W7GVE, W8BFX, W8VFM, W9AX, W9CC, W9DLN, W9HLY, W9KMP, WA0BGV, WA1HRH, WA1LWS, WA1OTZ, WA1VIL, WA2FBN, WA2JSG, WA5AFD, WA5KMA, WA5RML, WB0CJB, WB0CLL, WB0PYF/M, WB2ELD, WB2UWU, WB8ENE, WB8WTU, WB9G, WD8PBF, WK2S, WL7WH, WU1V, WU3U, WV1N, WV8P

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From LARRRY KC0M, SKCC #8177

I want to give all the Veterans a big thanks for all they did and do for our country. 73 larry

From Carl N5XE, SKCC #6307T

This was my best effort in a WES in a long time. Band conditions were decent, and I didn't have a lot of "other stuff" to keep me off the air.

I especially want to thank all the veterans for their service to our country. May God continue to bless the U.S.A.!!


From Ron W6FPS, SKCC #2126T

Worked the WES off and on this weekend. Saving some of my radio time for next weeks Sweepstakes. Thanks again to all the Vets for their service and the extra bonus points. Hope to catch you all again at the next SKS.

73, Ron


From MIKE K8NS, SKCC #10580T

Only had a couple of hrs to wrk WES but had fun with QRP. It was great to work Steve VK7CW 30m & 20m qrp and hr I was strongest sig on band. Hope u weren't kidding Steve? 73 & tnx qso to all.

From John N0TA, SKCC #2826T

Fun weekend. Lots of stations on the air, with activity on 80 through 10m (maybe 6m, too - I wasn't there!). Thanks for the Q's. K3, KPA500, doublet & vertical, K2RFP logger.

From Dick K2HT, SKCC #5087T

Thanks to all our veterans for their service to our great country. Attended Midwest ARRL Convention saturday and got to have a eyeball QSO with a lot of my Missouri Outlaw friends. Will have more time to operate next sprint.

From Dave/V22 K6FA, SKCC #NONE

First time in the contest. Even though I spent very little time in it I sure enjoyed what the QRP and a vertical can do. Station is a K1 and Butternut Vertical. Thank you all the vets I retire in 2015 with 24 years.

From Jim N3ADF, SKCC #6459T

Only able to work 4 hrs but got 3 new Ts. 10M was open so fun as always.

From Jim N5JPX, SKCC #8672T

Another great WES! I always plan to work as many hours as I can stay awake but it seems other people have plans and thay manage to involve me for some reason. I had to work on Saturday and only made a few contacts from my portable station at the airport. A KX3 connected to an old Hustler mobile antenna mounted on the side of the hangar about 2 meters high. Despite the obivious limitations of that setup, I managed to work Bert, F6HKA on it and I give full credit to him for pulling my 5 watt signal out and thanks for the generous 549 Bert! Sunday was grandpa duties so I was in and out of the shack all afernoon. My grandson and I did manage to make a few contacts but I find that 3 year olds key poorly and loose concentration midway through a QSO. He also logs very poorly and in crayon. SKCC is a great bunch of CW operators who have fun. Thanks to all those who work so hard to put these events together.

73/72 Jim, N5JPX

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From RON W1ZIY, SKCC #9621T

TNX TO ALL FOR QSO. HOPE I HELPED SOME TOWARD THEIR AWARDS.

RUNNING 75 WATTS TO A 20M DIPOLE IN THE ATTIC. SERVED FROM

2/58 TO2/62 IN THE USMC AS A STRAIGHT KEY OP IN THE USMC.

73 RON W1ZIY


From Mike AC0PR, SKCC #7033T

Had a great time. Loved the theme, thank you, and thanks to all veterans!! The pic is my favorite key. It's a J-38 I restored, the first one I bought. I was used by a soldier in/near Japan who contacted Korea (and glued a Korean coin to the knob). Pic is AC0PR about 10 years ago. 73 all!

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From JOHN KW4JS, SKCC #4800C

Thanks for everyone who pulled out my weak signal.

From Dave W0YZZ, SKCC #5519T

THANKS FOR REMEMBERING THOSE OF US WHO ARE VETERANS. A GREAT WEEK END, EXCEPT FOR THE RTTY''S ON 40. CU NEXT WES DAVE

From George NC5G, SKCC #9891C

Fun as always. Be glad when a spot is made to record Senators worked on the score sheet.

From Mike K0MC, SKCC #5241T

Great WES. Tnx to all that have and are serving this country.

From Steve K2DEP, SKCC #9273T

What fun. Went back to QRO 100w as I stated last WES. Worked on and off during the 2 days. When I was working K5HEM, my last QSO, one of our Shitzu's decided to vomit her stomach contents under my feet. What an experience. Have a KX3 but have been just listening. Hope to work someone soon. Trying to learn the ins and outs of the radio. Sure does receive nice but so does my Kenwood TS-590S. Thanks to all the Vets I worked and the C's who keep the home front running. Bless this USA we live in.

From TONY/C KD8BBK, SKCC #2443

Had a lot of fun working the contest and will be looking forward to the next one. Thanks to all our veterans who have served this great country of ours. Lets not forget them.

73s Tony KD8BBK


From Steve VK7CW, SKCC #10820T

What a great idea this WES was by honouring Veterans. As usual had great fun and used my homebrew cootie. Best QSO was working K8NS, Mike, who was running 5 watts QRP on 20m and 40m. And Yes Mike you where the best signal on 40m at the time. Thanks to all who worked me, looking forward to the next WES.

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From Garry VE5SG, SKCC #6154T

Conditions rather poor at my location, still enjoyable.

KX3 at 5w using various antennas

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From Randy KK4BNC, SKCC #8054

Thanks to all for another great WES. Randy, KK4BNC

From Rodney N4RAY, SKCC #285T

Sorry It did not load right, here is the right page, had a great time with the KX3 for the first time on a contest

From Bob AK4JA, SKCC #10535T

It was nice to participate in a Weekend Sprint again. The theme this month was excellent and I tried to tell each veteran that I worked "Thank you" for their service. I trust that each of our SKCC veterans will have a wonderful Veteran's Day this year. Thanks you, guys (and gals) for your service to your country.

From Ron VE3FMW, SKCC #10702

Don't know if it what was condx or level of participation, but there seemed to be fewer signals than heard in the past couple of WES's. Still, was great to hear so many Vets on the air. CU all in December ... 73 Ron VE3FMW

From Gary KF7WNS, SKCC #9895

Only had a few hours to spend this time, but bands were in great shape. See you all next month, Gary.

From Ed N7EDK, SKCC #7534T

Another fun WES with the Vets theme for Nov.

I was able to work 80/40/20 and 15 meters, condition were decent for the WES.

Used the KX3 and Blue Racer Bug at 5 watts along with my G5RV JR dipole for 20 meters and end-fed vertical for 80/40 and 15 meters.

Thanks to all the Vets out there ! Thanks to all my contacts for a great job again !

See everyone in next months WES....73 de AZ.

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From Eldon W0SZV, SKCC #4999T

Managed to get a little time in and caught one missouri outlaw. antenna still not working good but at least it does work some

From CHARLIE N0CVW, SKCC #9074T

Great way to observe Veterans' Day. Almost half of my contacts were vets. And with my 25 years of service,I sure found myself very popular. Kind of like having a rare prefix, but without having to leave home.

N0CVW


From Jim AF3Z, SKCC #3034T

I decided to try my QRPme Lil' Squall Txcvr (see picture) ... about a half watt into a 40m dipole at around 15 feet. Oh... did I mention that I was, therefore, also rock-bound? That takes patience as you hear others calling CQ WES but you can't just tune to their frequency... Most of my crystals landed me in the middle of rtty signals; I finally found some space around 7.112 mhz. So I called, and called. About to give up, I heard Joe, W1HFF calling; next, WY3H, Tom called -- almost a pileup. Alas... only one more call came my way during the rest of my hour and a half: Ken, WA2FBN. I wasn't sure how I'd do... especially being rock-bound. Those 3 contacts were big ones in my log. Thanks! Jim, AF3Z

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From Andy WA5RML, SKCC #3169

Ten Tec Jupiter @100 wts; G5RV (80/40) and Cushcraft MA5V (20/15); 1968 Vibroplex Original Deluxe bug (Saturday) and Vibroplex straight key (Sunday).

Lots of fun. Hope to see everyone next month!

73,

Andy - WA5RML


From Randy KX1NH, SKCC #1050S

The bands were in nice shape here Sunday. RTTY on 40 moved us up to the old Novice portion - at least we no longer have to deal with Radio Moscow :] Just got a new puppy so I was in and out of the chair quite a bit. Nice to see alot of activity and meet all the new members. Highlight was working F5DE on 4 bands with our 80M QSO just under the wire at the finish. My thanks to the veterans. CU all next WES. 73 Randy KX1NH 1050 S

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From Dan W5BM, SKCC #7754C

Fun WES.... Thanks to all.

73, Dan


From Jason KD0EKT, SKCC #9435T

Only had a couple hours here and there to jump into the shack, but condx were good for most of it! Thanks to all who endured my bug keying!

From Lee K1LEE, SKCC #7246T

Fine WES, as usual. Condx pretty good most of the time. Still impressed by how far 5 watts can go and still get a 599. And thanks also to those who dug my signal out of the mud when QRM was crowding me out. Looking forward to the next one. And best wishes to all the vets who put in all the years!

73, Lee K1LEE


From John K8LJG, SKCC #336T

Not much time in this month's WES. Obtained a new back-up rig and decided to run it. Hooked it up on my work bench, ran a jumper coax from the shack and ran with that.

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From Doug N3PDT, SKCC #6861T

Thank you to all our veterans for your service. Looks like we have a number of lifers in our midst. Favorite QSO of the event for me was with W6LFB, Jim a WWII vet with 22 years service.

Had to work Sunday, so I only to work the WES a little over half the time I normally would. Shame, bands were great here on Saturday. Missed most of the Missouri Outlaws, as a lot of them went to the ARRL Regional Convention in Lebanon, MO.

Had a good number of members on multiple bands, but the winner was N3HEE, Joe, with 5 bands!

Lots of fun, as always. Thanks to all.


From Joe KF0XV, SKCC #3520T

Had fun with the short time that I had to operate in.

Worked, as I usually do on WES but managed a few contacts.

5 watts to a Dipole. Joe KF0XV/V4 USN


From Don KA1KU, SKCC #9399C

My best WES yet. Add new continent, Australia. Copy improving greatly.

From Don KF7DS, SKCC #8281T

Fun as always! Bands were not as good Saturday at my QTH, but Sunday afternoon the bands were clear of static and 20m was hopping, with some QSOs on 10m. Don KF7DS

From Bruce AA5CO, SKCC #10643C

Great time on this month's WES. Highlight was working W5BM and WB0CLL early Saturday morning and then meeting them for coffee an hour later! My goal this month was to complete my Tribune application....got there early Sunday morning. There were a couple of folks that answered my CQ that were just too weak to pull out of the noise. Hope we can make a go of it next month....Added the appropriate number of C's and T's to my totals to adjust for the 5 Senators I worked. See you next month

Bruce AA5CO 10643C


From JOHN K8JD, SKCC #1395T

Since I missed the last sprint , I decided to put in the max effort this time. Stayed up late and totaled almost 13 hours in several sessions of operating over the weekend.Made a lot of late night contacts on 80 and 160 M and jumped on 40 day and night when I could hear activity.

I also spent more daylight hours on 20M and even made 2 contacts on 15 M !. A good weekend !


From Brian K7TKT, SKCC #6695C

Good conditions and the theme made for lots of fun. I managed at least a few QSOs on every band from 10 to 80m. Thanks all. 73, Brian

From Dave NE5DL, SKCC #5081T

Another fun WES. K3, 5w, Hex Beam/Vertical and a Begali HST cootie. We sure have some long serving veterans, thanks to them all. Bands seemed in good shape, especially for me 80M where I normally make few QSOs. Made contacts across all the HF bands except 160M. The best Q was on 10M working VK4WID QRP (with VK4TJ at the controls down under).

From Joe KD2JC, SKCC #710T

Another good one. Wish I had more time. The higher bands were a bit more productive and its nice to see 10 meters opening more recently. Rig: K2 70w and a Vibroplex Champion and J-38. Thanks to all that worked me and especially ALL veterans that were in the contest. 73

From TIM/C WU3U, SKCC #11308

My very first WES after joining just a few weeks ago.

Lots of fun!

Hope to be able to put forth a more serious effort later this winter.

Great contest.

Hope to see all of you next month!

Tim

WU3U

"Ham Radio in the Heart of South Philly"


From John G0RDO, SKCC #2133T

Most enjoyable and great to work all those Veterans. 10m was open for a few hours but 15m from my QTH was pretty dead.

I bought an old Kenwood TS-830S a couple of weeks ago and got it working, so used it for this WES, along with a big "GW" morse key with a Welsh Slate base. Great fun.

John / GØRDO / SKCC 2133T

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From Werner N8BB, SKCC #5433T

KX3 at 1 watt, had another fun weekend. Looking forward to more good times through the winter. Werner

From Dave N6XJP, SKCC #9045

My very first WES, SKCC ever! I worked AE7TG, Wa, 6008T. I was using a KX3, 7.5A battery, portable, LnR EndFed 10-20-40 wire up 16 feet...and of course, my old straight key. 73, Dave

From Jack KK0I, SKCC #2370T

First off, thanks to all the vets for their service to their country. Many thanks for all the contacts. It was another nice weekend sprint. See you all again down the log.

From Steve AI9IN, SKCC #8759

Had competing contests and family duties this weekend. Hope to do more in the SKS.

From Neal KA1SAW, SKCC #2824T

Had fun in this WES. It was real challenging to find an open frequency without RTTY, but managed to squeeze in on the bands. Thanks to all the VETs for there service.

I'am retired Air Force with 20 years service. This Sprint was a Great Tribute to our service men and women and there families.

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From Paul VE1PVH, SKCC #7728T

Thankyou to all the Vets for protecting the freedoms we enjoy.

Condx were very fickle for me. Spent more time at the key this time and really enjoyed it. Thanks all


From bob K2OGT, SKCC #5266T

hope I did it right added 10 for S worked was great working all the vets

From Mike N5YG, SKCC #6304T

Thanks Vets for all you've done for this country. I believe it time this form be updated to reflect the Senator award values. Thanks for the fun and 73 de AR!

From Art WB8ENE, SKCC #3773T

Actually, two of the 12 Tribunes I worked were Senators, but there was no place to enter that number, so I counted them as Tribunes. I only operated the sprint for about an hour on Sunday morning and an hour on Sunday evening, but had fun nonetheless. Thanks to all the veterans and those currently serving, including my daughter-in-law. See you next time. 73, Art

From Gerald WA5AFD, SKCC #8150T

Very enjoyable sprint for me. Just casual operation on Sunday afternoon. Great band conditions on 10, 15, and 20 here in Oklahoma. Thanks to all. TS 850 at 100 watts, AV 640 vertical and German junker key.

From Ned W8VFM, SKCC #1589C

Band conditions on 40 and 20 were good here. Had fun with the time I had to operate. Thanks for the WES and look forward to another. 73, Ned

From jim AD0AB, SKCC #9667T

The first event I worked using a bug generously on loan from Doug n3 Pdt. Sorry for the extra dots oddly spaced dashes. 73, Jim

From Ron AC2C, SKCC #2748T

A very fun WES and I enjoyed giving out the /v20. I wish I had more time for it.

From Randy N8KQ, SKCC #8934T

Another great WES. Tnx fer all the contacts, And a special TNX to all the Veterans, past es present. Thank You fer your service. My nephew is a SSgt in the USMC wrking on his 15th year of service es my grandson who is a senior in high school, has already enlisted in the Army, Graduates in June es off to boot camp in July. 73 es GL Randy

From JACK AC6FU, SKCC #6477T

Lots of activity! I didn't have time to do the whole nine yards, but got in a few Qs on five bands.

A big thank you to the vets, and thanks for the theme idea!

CU all next time -73 de Jack


From Rick WU1V, SKCC #9293T

Busy weekend, but managed under 2 hours for this sprint. Rig is Yaesu FT-450D, antenna a sloping trap dipole, and Nye Viking SpeedX straight key. This WES I took it easy, spent some time DXing as well (contacted Greenland!). Worked 4 Senators. 3 Q's on 10M, 15 on 20M and only 1 on 40M - 40M was very noisy and merciless to my 5 watt sigs. 12 of my 19 contacts were with veterans, and some new faces seen for the first time (by me). Very enjoyable!

From ED WB0CLL, SKCC #9600T

MANY THANKS TO ALL THE VETS. MAY GOD BLESS THEM. HAPPY TO HELP W5BM AND AA5CO TOWARDS THERE TRIBUNE AWARD. ALSO MEET THEM FOR COFFEE FOR AN EYEBALL QSO. GREAT CONTEST!

From Bill K8WSN, SKCC #4986T

Worked 52 veterans. 11 who served 20 years or more. Looking forward to learning more about their years of service. Thanks everybody. It was fun, as always.

From JOHN K8BAT, SKCC #10395T

This was another great sprint. Conditions were not quite as good as last month; but they were still far better than last spring and summer. Special thanks to WA5KMA who heard me on three bands, and K6ELQ on four. And thank you for honoring our veterans. It was a great way to observe Veteran’s Day. I hope it becomes an annual tradition at SKCC.

Several have mentioned that a Senator should have more bonus points than a Centurion or Tribune. Considering how may contacts you have to make to become a Senator, I agree. If a Centurion is worth 5 bonus points, and a Tribune 10 bonus points, then a Senator should be worth 15 bonus points.

Hope to hear you next month - John


From Ken/V3 K7IFG, SKCC #4694T

Did not spend much time, but was fun. Wish N5ZV & KG9PL

could have heard me on 160. They both had QSA 4 Sigs here in

Oregon. Had to use paperlog becuz of new computer.

73 de Ken


From Frank/c W4HAY, SKCC #678T

I apologize for my sloppy fist this time around, but I brought my 1922 vintage Vibroplex Original out of storage and started trying to "re-learn" it last week. 35+ years on paddles sure takes its toll! Hopefully next by WES my sending will be more presentable.

I had only a few minutes to operate because of company, but still had fun.


From Julio NP3CW, SKCC #2632T

Congratulation to all Veterans.

Very active many stations on this WES.

Good luck to all.


From JOHN K5ENA, SKCC #3045T

Thank you to all the veterans for your service.

John, K5ENA, 3045T


From Butch KD5RSS, SKCC #1910T

Great fun once again, and a very big THANK YOU to all our veterans, we couldn't do it without you!

From Joe KK5NA, SKCC #1923T

Rig: K3 @ 5W

Ant: EDZ @ 55'

Key: HK-803

Navy Vet: 20yrs

Only able to work a few, Worked 2 Vets and 1 Senator.


From Bill WV1N, SKCC #6622C

40 meters was an interesting band because 7055 was useless with all the rtty. Good thing I remembered 7114. 20 meters was my workhorse. I worked 4 senators; wow, these guys are dedicated.

From Lee AC5GG, SKCC #10715C

Had a great weekend and appreciate all the contacts. I achieved my "Tribune" status thanks to you all.

'73, Lee AC5GG SKCC # 10715T


From Bill W0EJ, SKCC #10440T

Had a good time but not much of it this weekend. Thanks for recognizing veterans with this WES. 73 Bill / MMC Nixon USN, USS Radford DD-446 Viet Nam 1969

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From Phil KB0ETU, SKCC #4542T

Bands seemed to be in good shape for a change. Most contacts were on 20/40, but had one on 15 meters. Another beautiful weekend with too much to do. Only had several hours to play radio. Used k-2 to dipole with a Begali Spark straight key. Happy Thanksgiving. 72/73 Phil

From Joe N3HEE, SKCC #6594T

Another FB WES! I didn't intend to run QRO but couldn't resist working VK7CW on 40M so I turned the amp on. However, I ran low power for most of WES. I heard many FB QRP signals on 20 meters. Some fun stats via QScope: Bands worked 160-10M. Worked F6HKA & N3PDT on 5 bands! Worked 164 unique Q's out of 217 total Q's. QSO's worked per band 20M=90, 40M=57, 80M=28, 15M=27, 10M=13, 160M=3. Average QSO rate 14 per minute. Total hours worked 15.4 hours. I added 165 Senator points to Veteran Bonus.

From Dave W3NP, SKCC #3182S

As a Vietnam vet I really did appreciate the theme and all of those who thanked me/us for our service, we didn't get that back then and I was even spit at while on leave - Christmas Eve 1966.

I marched in a Veterans day parade on Sat afternoon as a member of the Color Guard for our local VVA Chapter 172 (largest in the nation)- yes, they make us work on V Day weekend ..HI.

Conditions were quite good this weekend (wished 10 would have been a better). I was less than happy on Sat eve when the noisy RTTY stns opened up on top of everyone but thankfully we had the upper portion of 40 to retreat to.

I made contacts on all bands 10 through 160 and had several stations that I wrked on 4 bands - W7GVE, N0TA, F6HKA and maybe some others.

I used my Ten Tec Omni 7 @ 85 watts to the KLM KT-34A and a CF Zepp @ 50'. Keys this time were the Vibroplex Anniversary Edition, the 1915 Original, and the Czech Army straight key.

....This was my 2nd WES in a row to be "QRO". I did copy some very strong QRP stations and W8BB was FB with 1 watt.

Till next month, 73 de West Virginia, V6 USAF & USA

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From Dave K7QAT, SKCC #7614

H All: Didn't stay long had prior commitments.Rig TS-50 cut down to QRP. CU on the next Sprint.

73'& 72's David


From CECIL K5YQF, SKCC #1820T

Well the bonus scheme and my 22 yrs in the AF really helped my score! As a fellow vet, my thanks to all those from 1 yr to 30 yrs I worked. And also my sincere appreciation for the kind words of thanks from everyone. It was an honor to serve. May God bless America.

From RON NT8P, SKCC #7312T

Tnx for all the Vets I worked and for all who heard my 5w Hpe be in WES in Dec 73 Ron E

From George KH6OZ, SKCC #3975T

Thanks for all the QSOs.

From Bernard F5DE, SKCC #6247T

One more time, it was nice to find enough free hours to have a participation in this event.

A few new members were logged, but not too many.

I have to work hard to get my "S" ticket !

On the photo you can see the different keys I used this week-end, please have a look at the big NATO key and his very little Western Electric neighbour made by Bunnell.

For one month on my key collection, Grand-father has a new grand-son baby !

See you all soon !

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From DAVE N9ZXL, SKCC #7114T

WOW ! CAME TO THE SHACK AND HEARD A ''CQ WES''... HAD FORGOTTEN THE TIME OF THE MONTH... DUH... SO HAD TO GET GOING.... USED 80 WTS THIS TIME DUE TO THE RTTY AND SUCH ON THE BANDS... OLD TRITON 4 DIGITAL AND MA5B 3 EL YAGI/37FT... HAD FUN AGAIN AND IS SURELY EASIER THAN QRP ! HA.. I USED MY HOME BREW ''DUB-BUG''..... K8AQM TED, KNOWS WHAT I MEAN BY THAT..... SO WILL TRY TO REMEMBER FOR THE DEC WES... AGAIN TKS TO THE SKCC PEOPLE WHO RUN THIS FOR US........ SO, ALL HAVE A ''HAPPY THANKSGIVING'' AND CUL..DAVE N9ZXL..................73.....

From BOB AA6AC, SKCC #6276T

Nov. WES 10m carried most of the load. 30 total contacts. Two multiband AA5VE and W9DLN. 3 DX stations. Balance USA.

10m in/out. Hunted mostly with some CQ in lulls. Bands only

fair lots of QSB. TNX to all. OLD SCHOOL HAM. QSL's follow.

TNX KG6MC for SC in WES. Now need two VT and NV. AA6AC Bob

CA V20 #6276T.


From Art WK2S, SKCC #9434T

Propagation gods smiling on Saturday. Contacts on all bands, 10m to 160m.

Good fun as always.

Special thanks to all the vets.


From ED W7GVE, SKCC #729T

Honoring the veterans was a great idea--Also very appropriate--10 meters was not great out here in the southwest, but 15 was really hopping--- A fun WES//73-ED/W7GVE

From Slim WA0BGV, SKCC #5465T

Enjoyed meeting all my SKCC pals and other amateur radio friends at the ARRL Convention in Lebanon this weekend. Will have to make up operating time in future sprints.

From Slim K0SKC, SKCC #10739T

No operators for the club station this WES. Made 1 contact with K0SKC call to keep participation string going. Got to show off our Club QSL to some of the "Outlaws" at the ARRL Convention. Congrats to the organizers of the convention in Lebanon. Vets were honored and Missouri Senate and House representatives presented resolutions honoring service of Amateur Radio Operators in emergency situations.

From GARY K9ZMD, SKCC #891T

Fun! As always, it was great to bump into old friends and also work some new members.

This year, I helped with comms for the Veterans Day Parade at Fort Vancouver, WA. To me, my own service was nothing compared to the WWII Vets I exchanged salutes with that morning. Sort of choked up to think about my own special WWII Vet that I hugged for the last time just before Memorial Day, 2009.

Anyway, that activity is my excuse for forgetting about WES until hearing the CQs.

It took me a minute to figure out the /V stuff, but once in the swing of it, I was amazed how popular K9ZMD seemed to be! It was only after the final dit dit, while calculating my score, that I realized my /V25 had been like a prize in the Crackerjack box.

See you all next time; meanwhile, 73 & keep pounding brass.

Gary, K9ZMD

Ridgefield, WA


From Joe W1HFF, SKCC #6309T

Pretty good conditions here in Ma. Interesting theme. Thanks to all the veterans for their service. Thanks to all contacts.

From Ken WA2FBN, SKCC #8884

Fun event. Used battery powered TenTec R4020 and dipole at 30 ft. Used paper log

From Mark N9YDZ, SKCC #9855T

Didn't have much time this weekend for WES. I made a few contacts when I could. Tnx to the ops and the folks that make this happen. 73

From John K4BAI, SKCC #3280

FT1000MP, Alpha 78, 1 KW, TH6DXX, 40M dipole. Nice to work so many fellow veterans. I served in the US Army from 1964 until 1970 with assignments at Fort Benning, GA, Fort McPherson, GA and Camp Howze, Korea (where I was QRV as HL9KQ). Good conditions on the top four bands. Didn't work any 80M this time, but conditions were good at night on 80 also. Thanks for all QSOs. Hope to work many of you from Bonaire in CQ WW CW as PJ4A M/2. 73, John, K4BAI.

From Jim K6JF, SKCC #4261T

Stayed on 10m looking for states. Not as much activity on the band as I had hoped, but got 4 new ones.

From Larry K0LWV, SKCC #3571

Thanks for the contest. Condx here were good, low noise. Rig: IC718 ant: 270 ft bent dipole.

From Ken VE7KBN, SKCC #5533T

Fun as usual but not as much time as I would have

liked!. Thanks to Randy KX1NH I added NH to my

WAS list with my HB1B. The list of needed states

is getting shorter. Thanks for the sprints!

CU next time.


From Chas K1PUB, SKCC #4101T

Not a lot of operating time, but I enjoyed it when I could get on. Thanks to all the veterans for their service. SKCC must include a disproportionate number of them, almost half the operators I worked were veterans.

From Bill N0UMP, SKCC #659T

Really had a great time, that is what time I had to play. It seems that Slim, Mark and myself needed to get out of Cass county for a bit so we went down to visit with Cousin Bill in Lebanon, while he was hosting the ARRL Midwest Convention. We had a great time there, Mark snuck in and operated W1AW/0 for a bit. Anyway things cooled down back in Cass county so we went home and I got to play in the WES.

Here is a picture of Garden City, MO a few years back. We Outlaws seem to be attracted to trains?

See you on the next sprint….Bill N0UMP

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From Joe K4NVJ, SKCC #393T

I would have had more points if I started on Saturday instead of Sunday. Someone remind me next time. H I !!!

From Alan AB8SA, SKCC #7237

Wish I could of operated more, but had a good time when I was able to get on the air!!

From Hal K5HEM, SKCC #8421T

Good conditions. I couldn't spend as much time as I wanted to but really had a great time. Did improve over last WES which is always the goal. Also managed to run a bit which was a totally different experience from my normal S&P strategy.

From Greg WA1VIL, SKCC #443T

Always fun- my absolute favorite operating activity. Too many windows to wash and too many leaves to rake this weekend like many of you I'm sure! I ran my TS-480 at 5 W and spent the last couple of hours on an R40-20- what a difference! Really makes me appreciate the bells and whistles. Thanks to all the veterans who were on the air for their service. (I wonder how many of you were straight key or bug ops in the military?) The only real good thing about the coming of winter will be more time to sprint! 73 and see you next time!

From Paul W1BJ, SKCC #9950

enjoyed participating - improving my CW skills

From Carl AA5VE, SKCC #8863T

Thanks to all the veterans that participated in this month's WES. I had a great time.

73's

Carl


From Scott N3JJT, SKCC #255T

Another good sprint! Worked 2 of my staples, W9DLN and F6HKA. K2,100 watts with my 1953 Champion. A big thanks to all the Vets, not just today, but everyday!

73 Scott/V13


From Chris WB9G, SKCC #9820

Great to hear fellow veterans this weekend. Thanks for the QSOs. 73 de Chris, WB9G

From Tony/V30 W6VFW, SKCC #9598T

All I did was S&P and had a late start, but it was fun. Thanks to all the veterans for their service and everyone for their support. 73 de Tony!!

From RAY WB0PYF/M, SKCC #5169T

WENT TO MIDWEST ARRL CONVENTION IN SW MO ON FRIDAY. WRKED MOBILE WITH HAMSTICKS FOR 80/40/20 & 15M. RIG FT 857D AT 100W. THANKS FOR ALL THE CALLS. ALSO, THANK ALL THE VET'S FOR YOUR SERVICE AND SACRIFICE. 73'S RAY

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From Jim KB0SRX, SKCC #11130

I really enjoyed being able to recognize the veterans for their service. I heard a lot of "thanks for your service" comments during the sprintathon. Thanks again for your service.

From Tony K6ELQ, SKCC #10250S

Signals were generally weaker (or everybody I worked was QRP) on all bands. I had very few weak openings to Europe, except for Bert, F6HKA, of course. He’s probably heard on the moon or beyond. I don’t know if it was just my location but all bands seemed to get very noisy toward the end around 1800Z.

I “discovered” 40 meters in this WES. I had 94 Q’s on 40, an all-time high for me, four times the usual, but it wasn’t easy (or pretty). My end-fed wire is REALLY noisy on receive but works reasonably well on transmit. So I used my quiet Log Yagi for receive (albeit with low gain) and manually switched (pushed buttons) between the two for just about every 40M QSO. Not exactly QSK but it worked. Major 40M antenna improvements coming, stay tuned.

Thoroughly enjoyed the WES, as usual. Looking forward to doing it all over again soon.

73 de K6ELQ Tony


From AL/V21 KC4ZA, SKCC #4421T

Great fun as usual. Here is an image of my minimalist shack on a corner desk. The antenna wire is 66 ft long and is strung over two 20 ft Jackite poles that are tied to my deck with small bungee cords. The last 20ft of wire hangs down alongside the second pole. This started out as a temporary shack while I was doing some renovation in the basement, but I'm having too much fun with this QRP arrangement!

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From Steve K4JPN, SKCC #2402T

I appreciate all who copied my QRP signal. Good to see the band open to the West Coast. 73, Steve K4JPN

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From Rick K0KEX, SKCC #5220T

Big weekend at the ARRL convention in Lebanon, Mo. so Sunday I worked the WES from the mobile while returning home. Signals on 20M were great..that was a new fun experience..once home I worked a few more WES stations...Thanks to all our Military Service personal

for their dedication to our great country.

fyi: mobile gear IC-706MKIIG @ 60W, Hustler 20m ant & Navy Flame Proof....Ford Escape

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From CURT KB5JO, SKCC #2027T

Fun event as always

From Drew AF2Z, SKCC #2082T

Got some time in the chair for this WES to make up for the last one, but there must be some kind of anti-Tribune polarization on my antenna: I'm only getting about 30-pct of my QSOs in unique Trib's. Are guys really getting 50, 60, 70 pct unique Tribunes? How do you do it!!!... My rig: K3 at 100 watts; cobweb antenna in attic; trusty Junker straight key... Tks and a tap o' the key to all!

From TOM KE7YTE, SKCC #6447T

Good time.

From QUINT W7CQW, SKCC #4347T

Could only operate 2 hours as had grandpa duty for 2 days. bummer! As a 30 year active duty Navy retiree and in Idaho, gave out 30 points in each qso. Hope we do this again next year! 73 to all. Quint...W7CQW

From Nick KB4UL, SKCC #2478

This was my first Weekend Sprint. I was away from the SKCC sprints for a couple years. Didn''t realize how much fun I was missing. The WES is great. Only worked it a couple hours, but collected some new numbers. 73

From Karen W4KRN, SKCC #4495T

Wasn't able to get on the air much, but enjoyed the contacts I made. Thanks to all our Vets!

From Allen KA5TJS, SKCC #5172T

A very good weekend for me. 10 meters was great and I never have made a lot of contacts on that band. 3 of my contacts were DX, Thanks to Pablo, Bert and Gabor. I got 3 S contacts but they did not count them this time. Whats up with that? Should I count them as T's? No score there. Great time and see you guys next month.

73's Allen


From JIM K4AOA, SKCC #8333C

AK4JA Bob, 1 watt, good show!! Not much activity wid all the rtty here.

From Vern W9HLY, SKCC #6672T

Little or no time.

From JIM KC7QY, SKCC #4323C

A couple of hours on Saturday evening only. Tough local QRN but otherwise a good WES. Thanks for the new Ts - a few more to go for mine.

73,

Jim KC7QY


From Al KC4A, SKCC #4421T

Great fun as usual. Here''s an image of my minimalist shack. The 66ft wire antenna goes from the tuner through the top of the window to two 20ft Jackite poles that are tied to my deck rail by small bungee cords. The poles are about 30 ft apart so the last 20 ft of wire hangs vertically along the second pole forming a sort of U-shape from the antenna tuner. The deck is 8 ft off the ground.

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From KEVIN/V16 KC9PDX, SKCC #10390

ALL WAS IN QRP EXCEPT ONE :)

From Harold VE5BCS, SKCC #3946T

vERY BUSY WEEKEND AND FOOTBALL FINALS UP HERE i HOPE DEC is better

From RICH W4RQ, SKCC #8699T

Had a Blast as usual even though my time on the air was limited. Always enjoy meeting new(to me) folks.

From Rick N5RB, SKCC #8994C

Thanks to all the veterans that have served our country, especially to those who have given their life to defend our freedoms.

73, Rick, N5RB


From Mark AB7MP, SKCC #454T

Lotsa fun!

From Randy KB4QQJ, SKCC #3508T

Mostly mobile this time but had fun riding and logging. I heard Dick K2RFP work Bert, F6HKA on 10 meters and had an S9+ on Bert for 120 miles down I40 but couldn't make the 10 meter mobile contact. Snagged him later on 15m from home. Then he was almost 60 over!! Great band conditions this time. Worked three (3) of our new Senators but haven't found how to score them yet on the "submit form".

Worked total of 14 Q's 3 of which were "S". The submit form won't allow an entry for more T/C Q's than total Q's

BCNU,

Randy_KB4QQJ


From Jim K2MIJ, SKCC #5941T

Yaesu FT-817nd @ 1 Watt/ Hmbrw 35" indoor vertical

Accidently came across Pablo KP4SJ calling CQ WES on 10 meters. I figured this was a perfect opportunity to give my newly built 10 meter indoor vertical antenna a test...Made 3 quick contacts and considered it a success. CO,OK and PR not bad for 1 watt and an indoor 35" antenna! I never read the rules so I didn't know about the bonus points...I never wrote down their info so therefore I didn't give myself any bonus points...Oh well, next time I'll read the rules!


From STEVE/C N7BVY, SKCC #4189

7 QSO:

1 MEMBER + 2C + 2T + 2S = 7 TOTAL

CALC SOCRE S/B 154 , 15 each Senator TNX


From Rich KB0WD, SKCC #10699

First WES busy putting up antenna ..Worked a few hours

73 Rich


From Chris VE4CWF, SKCC #10492

I wasn't officially in the sprint but made several good contacts. Thanks everyone who came back to my call or sought me out. And thanks for the QRS operation.

From Dave WD8PBF, SKCC #11220

just got on and made a few contacts, 73 Dave

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