I remember KH3 seemed to be the easiest one to work of those. I have quite
a few /KH3 QSLs from the 80s and 90s. One of my more prize QSLs is from
KH7AA, the first KH7 call issued for Kure. That was in 1982 or 1983, and I
have yet to work Kure since then.
73 John AF5CC
On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 9:45 AM, Richard F. DiDonna NN3W <email@example.com
> Times change. I remember when KH7, KH3, KH4, and KH9 were pretty damned
> easy to work (at least from this former W6s perspective). Navy, USCG, and
> USAF personnel were all over those islands and often boredom set in and ham
> radio was a very viable outlet.
> Solution on KH4 would be to get one of the FWS workers a license. Of
> course, times are different, with cable and satellite TV and internet.
> 73 Rich NN3W
> On 4/13/2018 10:39 PM, Charles Harpole wrote:
>> Remarkable that about ten of the top 100 most-needed entities are on USA
>> property. License is a snap; permits are not, I guess.
>> Surprise anyway how any USA entities should be so high in the list. Then,
>> there is 4U1UN right there in NYC and lying fallow too.
>> Groaning, 73,
>> Charly, HS0ZCW
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