This special occasion, JARL issues a special award named “JARL 90th Anniversary Award.”
Period: Only contacts (receptions) made from June 12, 2015 through June 11, 2016 will be acceptable. JARL startsaccepting applications on June 12, 2015, and will close on December 31, 2016.
Application: Please send the application form and the fee below.
A sample of application form (.doc)
(QSLs are not required for this award.)
Fee: Please send 1,000 yen.- (or 8IRCs) with your application.
Free for junior high school students or younger than 15 years.
( Please send the documents for age verification）
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Endorsement: Applicants can request for maximum of 3 endorsements from the following 6 kinds.
• Single Band
• Single Mode
• QRP (QRPp)
• ONE DAY
Points: If you made QSOs through repeaters or internet, we will also issue the award.
Commemorative Plaque: If you obtained all of five awards, you will be awarded a commemorative plaque (a fee is required). The details are here.
Note: Only one contact with a particular station is valid for each award. Even if you have QSOs with JA1RL and JA1RL/2, only one QSO can be used for the application of each award.
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