VK100AF & VI100AF Press Release

The Royal Australian Air Force – 100 Year Centenary. VK100AF & VI100AF

Since both VI100AF & VK100AF hit the airways on 1st March 21, 18 of the 46 operators have now used the VI100AF callsign for a total of 4661 QSO’s.  12 of the 46 operators have used the VK100AF callsign for a total of 3612 QSO’s. The bands have not been the best, but the operators are working hard to ensure that they are active as much as possible during their allocated period with the specified callsign. Log books are uploaded to OQRS & LoTW the day after each operators allocated time, so please if you see a ” Not in Log ” , try again in a few days’ time, but in the meantime work the station again if you’re not 100% sure of the QSO.  The QSL Card is now being finalised with the designer and will be at the printers very soon, we expect to be sending the QSL card out in late April.
QSL Information: A commemorative 4-sided QSL will be printed for direct QSL requests.
OQRS Link for Direct & Bureau QSL VI100AF:
OQRS Link for Direct & Bureau QSL VK100AF:

Direct: QSL $2 Via M0URX
Bureau: Please only use OQRS. No Bureau route for incoming Bureau
LoTW: will be uploaded.
73,  Stuie VK8NSB, Station Manager VI100AF & VK100AF

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Tim Beaumont