no matter what You like to offer .. I'm ready to help out!
I was in contact with Alex before on other occasions and will be glad to
help. I speak and write russian as 90% as I do german ;) Probably my
russian is even better than english :)
So if You want .. just let me know what to do / translate etc. I'm a bit
busy for QRL (as always) and will have a QRL-trip to Z3 next week (3
days), but all time I'm QRV I'm available on skype, per mail etc. as far
as QRL let me go.
So I'll be glad to help a great newcomer to our hobby.
73 & gl,
Axel Schernikau, DL6KVA (also 4K0CW, DL6KVA/6Y5 and one of RK6YYA/...
for past 5 years)
David Kopacz schrieb:
> I am seeking an Amateur Radio Operator fluent in both English and
> Russian to provide translations of communications necessary to arrange
> for the licensing and travel arrangements for Alexander RV9LM.
> I will need translations from Russian to English for his passport and
> amateur license. I also need assistance obtaining travel arrangements
> from Tyumen to London, Amsterdam or other connecting city on route to
> Jamaica. This may include communications with travel agents and/or
> airlines and other transportation providers.
> I also need assistance communicating with Alex as his English skills are
> limited. I need someone who can commit to the entire process.
> In return, I can either pay for your services or offer you a spot on the
> 6Y1V 2009 CQWW CW team and cover your lodging expenses for the contest
> period. Alternatively, I could offer the use of the station for another
> If you are interested in assisting, please contact me off-list.
> Thank you in advance.
> David ~ KY1V
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