VK100AF & VI100AF

The Royal Australian Air Force – 100 Year Centenary. VK100AF & VI100AF
From our modest beginnings in 1921, Air Force has grown into a potent, World class Air Force which Australia relies upon in both conflict and peace. The men and women of the Royal Australian Air Force have achieved great success in serving Australia and its national interest over the past 100 years.

The RAAF was formed on 31st March 1921, to mark this Centenary the Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) will be celebrating with two call signs:
VK100AF 1st March to 31st August 2021,  which will be used by a team of Radio Amateurs across the bands around Australia. 

VI100AF 1st March 2021 to 29th May 2021 will be used by Radio Amateurs that are either current or veteran military personnel and some activities may be from military bases.

Stuart Birkin. VK8NSB will be organizing the event that will be aired by many Radio Amateurs across Australia as we celebrate this centenary with you. A team of 40+ operators across Australia will be operating over the next few months.
If you see a ”Not in Log” suggest you check in 3-4 days as logs are only updated every couple of days after each of the 46 operators completes their stint. The log is NOT live.
So… if you work the call today your QSO may NOT appear in the log for 3 or 4 days.

QSL Information: A commemorative 4-sided QSL will be printed for direct QSL requests.
QSL will show the operator call sign worked for each QSO.
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 with grid locator, state and zones for each operator.

If you have any questions about the activity, please contact Stuart VK8NSB at: vk8nsb@hotmail.com
For more information about Air Force 100: https://airforce2021.airforce.gov.au/
WIA info:  https://www.wia.org.au/

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Tim Beaumont