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(Updated 1/8/16


SRR (Union of Russian Radio Amateurs) Series

(The group offers 6 awards, here is the first translation, thanks to RA1AE).
(RA1AE tells me that 3 awards are available ONLY to Russian amateurs.  They are:  RAEM Award, P-6-K Award and the P-100-P Award.  I will run the rules when the awards are available to ALL amateurs.)

General Requirements: Cards must sent send along with your application. Award program "P-150-C" is sponsored by SRR (Union of Radioamateurs of Ruusia)) and consists of 15 certificates, 4 plaques, Cup and Trophy.

Notes:
1. QSL cards which have been confirmed previously in awards already issued in the P-150-C program are not needed when you apply for higher levels.
2. Contacts which are made and confirmed in the official results of any "CQ-M" contest do not have to be sent with your application.


Certificate fee :
1. Fee for every certificate (not Cup) is 250 rubles, 12 IRC, or $US12.
2. Fee for endorsement sticker is 80 rubles, 4 IRC, or $US4.
3. Fee for the plaque - 1000 rubles, 50 IRC, or $US50.
4. Fee for the Cup - 1250 rubles, 60 IRC, or $US60.
5. Fee for the TROPHY - 2000 rubles, 80 IRC, $US80.
6. Fund transfers are to be made to SRR’s account. Details for electronic payment are found on their website at: www.srr.ru

Apply to: Award manager: KUYSOKOV Aliy Nurbiyevich (UA6YW), PO Box 45, MAIKOP 385000, RUSSIA.

Internet: http://www.srr.ru

1. The "P-150-C" is awarded for QSO’s with world wide radio stations in 150 different "P-150C" entities on and after 1 of June 1956. Contacts made be by mode (MIX, CW, Phone, Digital) and on the 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meter bands. Total 150 QSO’s.  Special sticker endorsements for each 50 entities (200, 250, 300, 350) are available. For contacts with ALL existing entities as of the date of application, a special "All entities endorsement " is presented, or if you wish, the Plaque "P-150-P" - All entities. SWL OK. Your application should be made in alphabetical order of country prefixes with call sign, date, band, and mode. QSL-card must be enclosed.

2. Certificate "P-150-C" CW, Phone, Digital - awarded for confirmed QSOs using all bands and the modes of telegraphy, phone and digital modes. All other conditions as in basic diploma.

3. Certificates "P-150-C" 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m. - awarded for confirmed contacts using any mode on one of the bands listed. All other conditions as in basic diploma.

4. Certificates "P-150-C" 2m, Satellite - awarded for confirmed QSOs made using any mode on the 2m band (except via active repeaters) and via artificial Earth satellites. All other conditions as in basic diploma.

5. Plaque "P-150-C" - «All entities» (Mixed, CW, Phone, Digital) - awarded for confirmed QSOs with ALL all "Ð-150-Ñ" entities existing on the date of application. Contacts may have been made with Mixed, CW, Phone and Digital modes on all HF bands All other conditions as in basic diploma.

6. "P-150-C" – Cup. The Cup is presented for 2000 QSO with world wide radio stations in different "P-150C" entities existing on the date of application. Every country may only be contacted one time on a band irrespective of mode. SWL OK the same rules. Application must be submitted in alphabetical order of prefixes with call sign, date, band, and mode. QSL-cards must be enclosed.

7. "P-150-C" – Trophy - the Trophy is presented for 2500 QSOs with world wide radio stations in different "P-150C" entities existing on the date of application. Every country may only be contacted one time on a band irrespective of mode. SWL OK the same rules. Application must be submitted in alphabetical order of prefixes with call sign, date, band, and mode. QSL-card must be enclosed.

Tks RA1AE 5/26/08


AB Family Award         VE2GT writes to tell us RV6AB is now a silent key.  8/19/16

Available in 3 different methods:

1. Work 3 different stations with AB in suffix on CW
2. Work 5 different stations with AB in suffix on SSB or
3. Work RV6AB on 2 bands, using any mode.

If a station has a 3 letter suffix, then the last two letters (AB) count for the award. GCR list and fee of 4 IRC’s to: Victor Babenko RV6AB, PO Box 33, Armavir , Krasnodarsky kray, 352900, Russia.

(Payment may be made in current mint Russian stamps in the amount of 50 roubles.)

(Chg 11/2005)


Adygeya Award

Make 10 contacts with different stations from Republic of Adygeya (obl. AD) on or after 1 September 2001. On 160 m only 5 stations are needed. All bands or modes may be used. Award fee is 50 roubles for Russian stations (use postage stamps), $4 or 4 IRC for the rest of world.  GCR list and fee to: V.V.Velichko RA6YJ, PO Box 66, Maykop, 385000, Russia.

Chg 8/2011 


AFARU Moscow Section Memorial Badges

1. Rocket Armies of Strategic Assignment
2. Air Forces
3. Signals Commands of an Antiaircraft Protection
4. Motorized_Rifle Armies
5. Tank Armies
6. Airborne Armies
7. Signals Commands of Communication
8. Rocket Armies and Artillery
9. Marine Fleet
10. Automobile Armies

Sponsored by The Moscow's Section of the Armed Forces Amateur Radio Union (AFARU) of the Russian Federation. Contact members of the Moscow's Section of the AFARU. Each badge is given for 10 contacts with ordinary members or 6 contacts with veterans of the GPW or 8 contacts with club stations or 2 contacts with special call sign stations. All contacts must be different. Special Diploma and honorary membership is given for earning all 10 badges. All bands and modes. Contacts after 1 Feb 1998. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of $US5 for each badge to: Alexander B. Simukhin RA3ARN, P. O. Box 31, Moscow, 129337, Russia.

Members list of the Moscow's Section of the AFARU _ RA3ABN, RA3ACO, RA3ADB, RA3ADH, RA3ADK, RA3AHT, RA3AIW, RA3AOX, RA3ARN, RA3ARZ, RA3ATG, RA3ATR, RA3CW, RA3DCO, RA3DHN, RA3DKM, RA3FQ, RK3BA, RK3BJ, RK3DN, RU3AGT, RU3AKI, RU3ALN, RU3ALO, RU3AOQ, RU3ASV, RU3DCZ, RU3DDA, RU3DDC, RU3DG, RU3DO, RU3DVA, RU3DVK, RV3ACD, RV3ADL, RV3AJ, RV3AJN, RV3AKV, RV3AKW, RV3AOC, RV3AOT, RV3AQ, RV3BC, RV3DEL, RV3DEM, RV3DEN, RV3DFU, RV3DHJ, RV3DHL, RV3DHO, RV3DIJ, RV3DIT, RV3DLA, RV3DPW, RV3DRI, RV3DRR, RV3DSD, RV3DUP, RW3DCF, RW3DL, RX3ABQ, RX3AFY, RX3AGT, RX3AIC, RX3AHV, RX3AIW, RX3AJM, RX3AKO, RX3ALV, RX3ALZ, RX3AMG, RX3AMZ, RX3ANA, RX3ANE, RX3AQN, RX3ARE, RX3DNF, RX3DRC, RZ3AH, RZ3AJ, RZ3AY, RZ3BZ, RZ3DQ, RZ3DY, RZ3PD, U3AB, U3AQ, U3DA, U3DB, U3DF, U3IC, UA3ADC, UA3ADV, UA3AEG, UA3ALS, UA3ASM, UA3AUD, UA3BT, UA3DAF, UA3DGA, UA3DKR, UA3DNF.

Tks RN3FX 3/01


AERODROMES of RUSSIA - RAFA
                            (Russian Air Field Award) 

The international club of amateur radio operators, pilots "Fifth Ocean" in order to promote aviation in the amateur environment presents diploma program AERODROMES RUSSIA - «RAFA» (Russian Air Field Award).  RAFA - is an award program, established with the aim of attracting the interest of radio amateurs to make two-way radio contacts with stations located at areas of airport fields and adjacent territories, located within small squares of the QTH-locator, in the territory of the Russian Federation. The RAFA program is built on, and is subject to confirmation of QSOs with the largest number of Russian regions airfields. The award for the basic diploma with 4 stickers to it, a plaque and two top awards.

A separate set of regulations and awards for Activators is not covered here, but is available in the established rules.

WHAT AERODROMES count for the program?
The diploma RAFA counts airfields, airports, heliports and helicopter airfields as operating or not operating, artificial or unpaved, mostly with four-letter for "Collection of four-pointers (indices) locations airfields, landfills, landing and helicopter pads ... "of the Russian Federation. All data for an inventory of used from open sources of information, including Site www.maps.aopa.ru.

Each "aerodrome" has a unique four-letter identifier, such as UUDD, USSS, etc. Identifiers, like name of the aerodrome, can be transferred to air and indicates the QSL-cards. In Russia, there are more than 8,500 airfields, but the program, the first phase included mainly those that have a four-letter designation of about 1600. The list of airfield regions posted at the club "Fifth Ocean" and will periodically be adjusted, generally in the direction of increasing number of airfields.

SYSTEM CALCULATION OF RESULTS
Credit is given to each radio airfield Russia, have a unique identifier only once. Any repeated QSOs with this airfield are not counted.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DIPLOMA APPLICANT: (Certificate)
Qualifications for the basic free diploma is issued by resource www.hamlog.ru
1. Basis award requires with QSO with 5 different airfields;
2. Sticker is issued for 10 - 10 QSO with different airfields;
3. Sticker is issued for 20 - 20 QSO with different airfields;
4. Sticker is issued for 30 - 30 QSO with different airfields;
5. Sticker is issued for40 - 40 QSO with different airfields;

Higher reward program RAFA consists of of a plaque.
1. The first of them is given to applicants for a QSO with 50 airfields.
2. Plaque «Honor All» is issued to applicants for QSO with 100 airfields.
3. Plaque «Honor All # 1" is given to applicants for a QSO with 200 airfields.

All awards are issued numbers in series. Stickers and plaques are issued for a fee which offsetts the cost of production and mailing.

DIPLOMA Activator - see WWW reference below for Activators.

The award is available to SWLs on the same term as for licensed stations.
QSL identifier for RAFA airfield may be written on the card.

Program Management RAFA
Program Director - RZ5D Sushko Sergey V., rz5d (dog) mail.ru, a / I 745, Samal Air, Domodedovo, Moscow Region., 142007, Russia.
Managers of the program - RV3YR Borodin Viktor, rv3yr (dog) mail.ru, P / 1, Bryansk, 241027, Russia UZ9RR Pronin, Yury, uz9rr (dog) qrz.ru, / I in 1480, Chernihiv, 14033, Ukraine

Applications may be completed by using hamlog.ru  produced manager program (UZ9RR), therefore it is absolutely necessary to provide Program Manager programs to all the members of the expedition in ADIF format to check and provide to the site www.hamlog.ru

RECOMMENDED FREQUENCIES:
SSB - 1877, 3677, 3777, 7077, 14177, 18157, 21177, 24977, 28577
CW - 1827, 3527, 7027, 10127, 14027, 18077, 21027, 24897, 28027
The principal frequencies are: 14177 and 14027 .
VHF - 145,500 is considered the principal frequency.

REQUIREMENTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF AWARDS: Program Manager monitors the implementation of the program rewards site www.hamlog.ru and checking applications observers.

REQUIREMENTS Radiocommunication
1. All bands and modes.
2. Any authorized HF and VHF bands
3. Contacts begin 01.01.2016.

CHECKING QSOs/COMPETITION: The results and the status of awards can be found on the website www.hamlog.ru

COMMUNICATION from aircraft / AM
Any radio communication from the aircraft (/ AM) is counted only once for any missing airfield diploma program. Such a connection is counted only if the call is present in the database www.hamlog.ru Or in the presence QSL- card (for SWL).

COST OF AWARDS
1. Qualification (basic) certificate issued in electronic form free of charge at the website www.hamlog.ru
2. Price stickers 10 - 100 rubles.
3. Price stickers 20 - 100 rubles.
4. Price stickers 30 - 100 rubles 
5. Price stickers 40 - 100 rubles.
6. Cost Plaques - 1700rub.
7. Cost Plaques «Honor All» - 1850rub.
8. Cost Plaques «Honor All # 1» and «RAFA TROPHY - 2000rub.

For foreign radio amateurs:
9. Price stickers 10 - $ 5.
10. Price stickers 20 - $ 5.
11. Price stickers 30 - $ 5
12. Price stickers 40 - $ 5
13. Plaques cost - $ 50
14. Cost Plaques «Honor All» - $ 75.
15. Cost Plaques «Honor All # 1» and «RAFA TROPHY - $ 100
Rates are based on the mailing costs, refer to custodian in the case of plaque shipment.

CONDITIONS OF THE AWARD
After making the contact, you must e-mail the application form in any of the program manager, indicating received award, name, call sign, and postal address. After verification, the program manager It will tell you the value of awards and the payment details. After payment, be sure to inform the manager of the program the number of listed funds call, the name of awards and 4 extreme bank card number (if the payment through ATM or online bank). Payment for foreign radio amateurs made via Pay-Pal. After confirmation of the transaction, the award will be sent to you by specified address.

If you wish to receive a basic diploma in hard copy, please contact the program manager and make a payment of $ 300rub. (for Russia) or $ 7 (5 euro) (for CIS countries and abroad).

Responsibility of program RAFA: None of the leaders of the program RAFA is not responsible for the financial or any other damage caused by any action of the operator involved in the program RAFA, which were carried out on the basis of the provisions and requirements program RAFA. Decisions by program managers RAFA IS FINAL.

http://aviaham.ru/documents/rafa.pdf

Tks OH3GZ 1/23/16 


Airnaut Award

Sponsored by the Radioclub of Mineralniye Vody to honor and publicize the annual international festival of hot-air balloons in the cities of Caucasus Mineral Waters.

11 contacts are required: One QSO with UE6FBR or RZ6HXK is obligatory. 10 QSO's with the cities of Caucasus Mineral Waters: Minvody, Zheleznovodsk, Pyatigorsk, Essentuki, Kislovodsk. All bands and modes OK. Every station counts only once. Contacts are valid on and after Sept 25 2004. Send log extract and fee of 3E or 6 IRCs. (Fee for CIS countries is 70 RRB.)

Apply to: MIKHAYLOV Andrey Andreyevich RN6FJ, P.O. Box 10, Mineralniye Vody, 357212, Russia.

e-mail rz6hdx@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 12/07


 Altai Award

Earn 30 points by working stations of Altai krai (oblast AL) after 1 January 2002. Contact with club station RK9YWW = 3 points, other club stations = 2, individual stations = 1. Additional requirement: Not less than 5 districts of Altai krai must be present in the application. For contacts on 1.8 MHz point values are doubled. For contacts on VHF point values are trebled. On VHF (144 MHz) only 30 points are needed (no additional requirement). No use of repeaters. Repeated contacts with the same stations are not credited. Point values are doubled for stations outside Asiatic Russia. SWL OK. Log extract and fee of 25 Rubles for Russian stations, 5 IRC for all others to: Victor Haralgin, PO Box 3590, Barnaul-63, 656063, Russia.  

Tks UA9CGL 8/2003


--- ALRS Club Series ---

General Requirements: No restriction for bands and modes. Crossband, crossmode and repeater QSOs are not valid for the award. SWL OK. All bands and modes. Crossband, crossmode and repeated QSOs are not valid. QSLs are not required, certified LOG extract is enough Send fee of 70 roubles, 4 IRC or $US5 or equivalent in GBP or EURO. Apply to: Nikolay M. Sashenin (RV1AQ), P.O. Box 80, Sankt-Peterburg, 193231, Russia.

E-mail: rv1aq@yandex.ru
Internet: http://www.alrs.info/articles.php?article_id=14
Internet: http://www.alrs.info/articles.php?article_id=18

                                         150 Years of A. S. Popov’ Birthday Award

This is a permanent award for DX stations which commemorates the 150th jubilee of the birth of Aleksandr Sergeevich Popov,  inventor of radio.  This Award may be claimed by any HAM who earned 150 points for QSOs according the points shown below: 
     Each contact with R150… prefixed station =150 points;
    Each contact with amateur station from stations using the following call sign prefixes: R1A, R1C, R3I, R3T, R6A, R9C, R9F, R9G, R9Q, R0A, OH5, UU9 (UT#J), W(Chicago only) = 5 points.

Credit will be given for QSOs made only since 12.03 to 07.05.2009. Stations outside Europe can claim QSO with RK1A after stated dates in substitution for QSO with R150… station.
No restriction for bands and modes. Cross band and cross mode QSOs are not valid. Repeated QSOs are valid by another modes and on another bands.

The Icebreaker KRASIN Award

The Krasin Icebreaker Award is sponsored by the ALRS, St.-Petersburg, in memory of great destiny/destiny of this ship. This Award may be claimed by any HAM who made QSOs according to the following rules:

European Stations
3 QSOs with Krasin icebreaker (using the call signs of: R1LK, RW4NX/1, RP1K, RZ1AWB, UA3URF/1, UE6MAC/1);
2 QSOs with United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;
2 QSOs with HAMs from I2 and I8;
2 QSOs with HAMs from DL.

Stations outside Europe
2 QSOs with Krasin icebreaker (using the call signs of: R1LK, RW4NX/1, RP1K, RZ1AWB, UA3URF/1, UE6MAC/1);
2 QSOs with United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;
2 QSOs with HAMs from I2 and I8;
2 QSOs with HAMs from DL.

Contacts since 1 Jan 2002.. Repeat QSOs with Krasin icebreaker are valid if made by different modes or bands.

North Palmyra Award

The Basic Award may be claimed by any HAM who has made QSOs with 10 different districts of St.-Petersburg according to the rules of the Russian Districts Award (RDA) http://www.rdaward.org/rda_eng.txt .

Endorsements may be claimed for higher numbers of districts:
By European stations – for QSOs with 15 and 18 districts;
By Stations outside Europe – for QSOs with 14 and 17 districts.

Contacts since 12.June 1991. . Fee of each endorsement is 35 roubles, 2 IRC or $US3 or equivalent in GBP or EURO.

Tks Vova, UA2FFX/1 6/22/11


 DIPLOMA "AMUR"

Offered by the Amur Provincial Council and the Amur Radio Club for contacting stations of the Amur Region on or after 1 January 1965. You must contact 25 stations on any bands, including WARC, but no fewer than 5 of the regions of Amur on the list of the RDA award. One contact with club station RZ0JWA is needed.

Stations of the Amur region need no fewer than 150 contacts with any stations of Russia or CIS countries during one calendar year.

Stations may be contacted on different bands for credit. Fees: $US1 or 2 IRC for Russians, $US2 or 4 IRCs for CIS countries and $US3 or 6 IRCs for all others. SWL OK. GCR list acceptable. Apply to: Prokhorov Vladimir Petrovich, RC Amur, 103 ul. Kalinin, Blagoveschenk, Amur Region, 675011 Russia.

Tks OH3GZ 12/03


ANZHERO-SUDJENSK - 75 YEARS

Sponsored by the Radioclub SIBIRIA for making 3 QSOs (SWL) with amateur radiostations from ANZHERO-SUDJENSK on any band any mode on or after Jan 1, 2006. . Station may be contacted for credit on different bands and mode.  . Fee 4 US$.  Send a log extract and fee of $US4 to: Nicolay Sergeevich Dmitriyev, P.O.Box 48, ANZHERO-SUDJENSK, Kemerovskaya oblast, 652470, Russia.

E-mail: rw9ubp@kuzbass.net

Tks RA1AE 2/2007


ARKTIKA Radioclub Series

General requirements: This club was founded in 1989 in order to support all polar amateurs and members of Arctic expeditions, to sponsor awards to provide interest in this region and in general to support greater general knowledge of the world in Arctic regions. Several of the awards require contacting members. 

If you are interested in becoming a member, an amateur from ANY country must meet one of the following criteria (no time limits):

     a. live in and operate an amateur station in any QTH North of the Polar Circle.
     b. take part in any arctic or antarctic dx-pedition.
     c. win 1st to 3rd place in the "Arctic Cup" contest.
     d. earn all 3 awards offered by the "RAA" (award, pennant, and medal)

Life Membership fee is 20€ or $US20 which should be sent to: Dmytro Ostrenko KY2T, 21 Somerset Dr. 12-R, Suffern, NY 10901. Supply your arctic call sign, QTH and time period when the call sign was active.

The club sponsors an activity week every year from 21-24 September to make it easier for you to earn any of the following awards. During this week, the RAA may be earned with just 10 member contacts, the ARKTIKA-V with 20 and the RAA Gold Medal with 30.

Award Manager: Alexander MakSurov UA6LTO/9, PO Box 606, Vorkuta 169912, Russia.

A list of club members is found on their website at: http://www.arktika.komi.com/INTERNATIONALNORTHRADIOCLUB.htm

E-mail: ua6lto@mail.ru

          Radioclub "ARKTIKA" Award (RAA)

Confirm contacts on any bands or modes with Arctic areas and RC "Arktika" members on or after 24 Sept 1989. 
Cards are not needed. Earn 67 points from the following schedule:

a. "ARKTIKA" members (a minimum of 5 different members) = 3 points each.
b. any station residing in the Arctic (within the Polar circle) = 1 point each.

Award is available for CW, SSB, Mixed, QRP, RTTY, SSTV, Digital or SWL endorsement. Fee is 5€,  $US5 or 7 IRC to KY2T 
at address shown above and a GCR list to the Award Manager: Alexander MakSurov UA6LTO/9, PO Box 606, Vorkuta 169912, 
Russia.

          "ARKTIKA - V" Pennant

This is a continuation of the ARKTIKA Award shown above. 100 points are needed. Fee is 5€,  $US5 or 7 IRCs. The award is a colorful 
cloth pennant.

           "RAA Gold Medal"

This is a continuation of the ARKTIKA Award and Pennant described above. 167 points are needed. Fee 5€,  $US5 or 7 IRCs. .

          "Diplom of Arctic Travel" (DAT)

Please follow this procedure: write to the award manager UA6LTO/0 at the address shown above telling him the latitude and 
longitude of your station. Enclose 1 IRC. Be as accurate as possible. You will receive a special application and participant number 
for the DAT program. He will calculate the number of points you need; basically the distance between your QTH and the nearest
Pole, in number of kilometers. You will need to earn this number of points from the following table:

a. QSO with any arctic DAT-QTH = 50 points.
b. QSO with Arctic Island = 100 points.
c. QSO with DX-pedition to the North Pole = 200 points.
d. QSO with any RC "Arktika" member = 50 points.
e. QSO with any RC "Arktika" HQ member = 60 points.

When you have made all the needed contacts, send the completed form/application to UA6LTO/9 at the above address and fee of 
7€, $US7 or 10 IRCs  to KY2T.

DAT-QTH Listing: http://www.arktika.komi.com/DAT-QTHlist.htm 

Tks UA6LTO/9 Original data 5/04, corrections made 11/04. 


In Memory of Azov Navy Seamen

Contact stations in the town of Primorsko-Achtarsk  and Primorsko-Achtarsk district. You must earn points representing the number of elapsed years since 1941, i.e., during 2002 - 61 points; during 2003 – 62 points, during 2004 – 63 points etc.
    A. Each individual station of Primorsko-Achtarsk town and district counts 3 points.
    B. Club station RV6AWL counts 5 points.
    C. For contacts during the annual days of activity (Navy day, Town day, Victory day, Armed Forces Amateur Radio Union (AFARU) days) these point values are doubled.
     D.  Memorial station RP6AWF/UE6AWF counts 20 points.
The same call may be worked for credit on  different calendar days (but only during days of activity). Fee for award is $US1 for Russia, $US2 for CIS countries and $US3 for all others.   Log extract along with fee to: Oleg Abramov RU6BN, ul. Alexeya Kramarenko 29, Primorsko-Achtarsk, Krasnodarskij kraj, 353860.

Tks UA9CGL 8/2003


  Bashkortostan Award Programm 

Work (or hear) different UA9W, R..9W districts from the RDA list as shown below. All bands and modes, contacts after 12 June 1991. Districts needed:

Country

Class I

Class II

Class III

Plaque

Russia

20

40

60

81

Europe/Asia

10

20

30

40

All others

5

10

15

30

Award Fees:

Class

Russia

CIS

EU/Asia

All Others

I-III

2E or 3 IRC

4E or 5 IRC

8E or 12 IRC

10E or 14 IRC

Plaque

10E or 12 IRC

13E or 16 IRC

25E or 30 IRC

30E or 40 IRC

 

Payment to outside C.I.S. should be sent to W.Engel DL8KAC, Dorfstr 11 a, D-51766 Engelskirchen, Germany

GCR list and correct fee shown above to: Alik Khamatdinov RX9WN, PO Box 139, 450038, Ufa-38, Russia.

E-mail: rx9wn@ufanet.ru

Website: http://rx9wn.on.ufanet.ru/award-ru.htm 

(Chg 10/11)

Republic of Bashkortostan (BA) UA9W

This list is taken from the official RDA listing at: http://rdaward.org/rda_eng.txt    

BA-01 DEMSKY
BA-02 KALININSKY
BA-03 KIROVSKY
BA-04 LENINSKY
BA-05 OKTJABR`SKY
BA-06 ORDZHONIKIDZEVSKY
BA-07 SOVIETSKY CITIES
BA-08 AGIDEL'
BA-09 BAJMAK
BA-10 BELEBEJ
BA-11 BELORETSK
BA-12 BIRSK
BA-13 BLAGOVESHCHENSK
BA-14 DAVLEKANOVO
BA-15 DJURTJULI
BA-16 ISHIMBAY
BA-17 KUMERTAU
BA-18 MELEUZ
BA-19 NEFTEKAMSK
BA-20 OKTJABR`SKY
BA-21 SALAVAT
BA-22 SIBAJ
BA-23 STERLITAMAK
BA-24 TUIMAZY
BA-25 UCHALY
BA-26 JANAUL
CITIES of REPUBLICAN SUBMISSION
BA-27 MEZHGOR'E AREAS
BA-28 ABZELILOVSKY AREA
BA-29 AL'SHEEVSKY AREA
BA-30 ARKHANGELSKY AREA
BA-31 ASKINSKY AREA
BA-32 AURGAZINSKY AREA
BA-33 BAJMAKSKY AREA
BA-34 BAKALINSKY AREA
BA-35 BALTACHEVSKY AREA
BA-36 BELEBEEVSKY AREA
BA-37 BELOKATAJSKY AREA
BA-38 BELORETSKY AREA
BA-39 BIZHBULJAKSKY AREA
BA-40 BIRSKY AREA
BA-41 BLAGOVARSKY AREA
BA-42 BLAGOVESHCHENSKY AREA
BA-43 BUZDJAKSKY AREA
BA-44 BURAEVSKY AREA
BA-45 BURZJANSKY AREA
BA-46 GAFURIJSKY AREA
BA-47 DAVLEKANOVSKY AREA
BA-48 DUVANSKY AREA
BA-49 DJURTJULINSKY AREA
BA-50 ERMEKEEVSKY AREA
BA-51 ZIANCHURINSKY AREA
BA-52 ZILAIRSKY AREA
BA-53 IGLINSKY AREA
BA-54 ILISHEVSKY AREA
BA-55 ISHIMBAJSKY AREA
BA-56 KALTASINSKY AREA
BA-57 KARAIDEL'SKY AREA
BA-58 KARMASKALINSKY AREA
BA-59 KIGINSKY AREA
BA-60 KRASNOKAMSKY AREA
BA-61 KUGARCHINSKY AREA
BA-62 KUJURGAZINSKY AREA
BA-63 KUSHNARENKOVSKY AREA
BA-64 MELEUZOVSKY AREA
BA-65 MECHETLINSKY AREA
BA-66 MISHKINSKY AREA
BA-67 MIJAKINSKY AREA
BA-68 NURIMANOVSKY AREA
BA-69 SALAVATSKY AREA
BA-70 STERLIBASHEVSKY AREA
BA-71 STERLITAMAKSKY AREA
BA-72 TATYSHLINSKY AREA
BA-73 TUJMAZINSKY AREA
BA-74 UFIMSKY AREA
BA-75 UCHALINSKY AREA
BA-76 FEDOROVSKY AREA
BA-77 HAJBULLINSKY AREA
BA-78 CHEKMAGUSHEVSKY AREA
BA-79 CHISHMINSKY AREA
BA-80 SHARANSKY AREA
BA-81 JANAUL'SKY AREA

BELOGORIYA Diploma

This award is available to all amateurs for contacts (SWL) made with stations in the Belgodskoy area (Call signs will start with UA3Z, RA3Z, etc.) . It will be issued for confirming contacts or SWL observations with 20 different administrative districts of the region (listed on the official Russian Districts Award site) during the year using all modes and bands.

On VHF - Applicants must confirm 15 QSOs with various administrative districts of the region.

The award will be sent to applicants via e-mail in a JPG image format.

Send your application, in the form of a log extract in electronic format Cabrillo (. Cbr), to the award manager by e-mail to the address : r31z@mail.ru . Belgorod hams may earn the diploma on the same terms. 

Official List: 
Belgorodskaya oblast (BO) UA3Z

BELGOROD DISTRICT
BO-01 VOSTOCHNY
BO-02 ZAPADNY

CITIES
BO-03 ALEKSEEVKA
BO-04 VALUJKI
BO-05 GUBKIN
BO-06 STARYJ OSKOL
BO-07 SHEBEKINO

AREAS
BO-08 ALEKSEEVSKY AREA
BO-09 BELGORODSKY AREA
BO-10 BORISOVSKY AREA
BO-11 VALUJSKY AREA
BO-12 VEJDELEVSKY AREA

AREAS - Continued
BO-13 VOLOKONOVSKY AREA
BO-14 GRAJVORONSKY AREA /incl. GRAJVORON/
BO-15 GUBKINSKY AREA
BO-16 IVNJANSKY AREA
BO-17 KOROCHANSKY AREA /incl. KOROCHA/
BO-18 KRASNENSKY AREA
BO-19 KRASNOGVARDEJSKY AREA
BO-20 KRASNOJARUZHSKY AREA
BO-21 NOVOOSKOL'SKY AREA /incl. NOVYJ OSKOL/
BO-22 PROHOROVSKY AREA
BO-23 RAKITJANSKY AREA
BO-24 ROVEN'SKY AREA
BO-25 STAROOSKOL'SKY AREA
BO-26 CHERNJANSKY AREA
BO-27 SHEBEKINSKY AREA
BO-28 JAKOVLEVSKY AREA

E-mail: r31z@mail.ru
Internet: http://r3z.3dn.ru

Tks QRZ.ru 1/29/13

 


Mountain "Beluga"

This award was developed by the KDR - Club. During any one year period, earn a specified number of points for contacts with the members of CRA clubs and amateur radio operators of the Altai Territory. All bands and modes OK. Contacts on or after January 1, 2016. The award is available to licensed radio amateurs of all countries.

Requirements: earn a minimum of 120 points.
The diploma in provided in electronic form at no charge. 

Repeat QSOs are permitted on different bands and in different modes for award credit. During the days of special activities, the points from the members of the club «KDR» are doubled.

Point Values: 
1. QSO / SWL with each member of "KDR" =- 2 points.
2. For QSO / SWL with hams resident in the Altai Territory, Altai Republic (U9Y; U9Z) = 3 points.
3. QSO / SWL with stations RA9YVS, RA9YRQ, UA9YHJ, UA9YHA = 10 points.

Repeated QSOs / SWL with same station is allowed if made on different bands or modes. Applications should be sent electronically to: ru6ur@bk.ru , or in paper format to the address: YURI KAMENSKI, NEMOVA 12-A , 13 ASTRAKHAN , 414028 Russia. 

E-mail: kdr-ru6ur@mail.ru  
Internet: http://inter-radio.org  
Also: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/3075.html  

Tks QRZ.ru 3/28/16 


Alexey Berest Diploma

Brief History: Alexey Berest Prokofievich born March 9, 1921 in the Goryaystivka Akhtyrsky district of Sumy Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. On April 30, 1945, Lieutenant Berest led the combat team hoisting the flag of Victory on the dome of the Reichstag, just days before the total collapse of Germany at the end of WWII.

Awards: Order of Red Banner, Order of the Patriotic War of 1 degree, Order of Red Star, the Order of the Gold Star of Hero of Ukraine (posthumously). Alexey Berest died heroically in Rostov-on-Don, saving a child from being hit by a railroad car on 6 November 1970. He died in his fiftieth year.

Requirements: Earn a total of at least 50 points by conducting contacts as shown:
1. Contact with stations R7MD and RN6LGX = 20 points.
2. Contacts with stations RA6LEL, R6LCB, R6LCP, RN6LDQ, R6LFD, R6LCT =15 points.
3. Contact at least one of the following call signs required.:
     A. Club members CRA - CRA holders plaques give 10 points.
     B. Other members of the club CRA give 5 points.
4. Contacts made on March 9, 6 November 1 to 9 May, the point values are doubled.

All HF bands are valid.
Types of modulation CW, SSB, DIGI.
Diploma is free and is sent to the applicant's e-mail in PDF-format
Repeat contacts are allowed on other bands and other types of modulation (all numeric types are considered as one).
Diploma is designed as an electronic image file, and is free of charge.
Communications are counted starting on 9 March 2015.

Applications in the form of extract from the log in any form in any text format should be sent to r7md@qrz.ru . Make sure that date of contact, UTC, call sign, band mode and total point values are included.

Tks QRZ.ru 5/22/16


Marshal of the Soviet Union Biruzov Sergey Semenovich

Sponsored by the Federation of Radio Sport of Ryazan region and Administration of municipal education of Skopin of Ryazan. During the period of one calendar year earn 100 points by making contacts from the table below. All contacts made on August 21 count double.

     1. Contacts with stations of Skopin, Skopin region (birthplace of the Marshal), RA6UK, UA6AKY or UA3AKA = 15.
     2. U3ST = 20.
     3. Radio stations of Ryazan oblast = 10.
     4.Contact with the following regions where Marshall Biruzov commanded WWII forces all = 2. These are Braynsk oblast, Volgograd oblast, c) Donetsk oblast, Poltava oblast,
and Bulgaria.
     5. Contact with the countries comprising ex-Yugoslavia = 5.
     6. Contacts on 160 meters are doubled in value.
     7. For stations in zones 17, 18, 19 and 23 all contacts are doubled in value (for Russia).
     8. Repeated contacts on different bands are allowed for credit.
     9. On VHF just contact once Skopin town and Ryazan oblast twice.

SWL OK. Stations of countries who fought in WWII are required to make 1 contact with the town of Skopin and the award is free for them.  GCR list is acceptable. The award is free, except for postage charges of 20 Rubles in Russia, $US1 in CIS and all others $US3. Apply to: Kazimirov Vladimir Vasilyevitch RA3SO, PO Box 10, Skopin 391803, Russia.

E-mail: RA3SO@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 1/26/2005


DIPLOMA "BLAGOVESHCHENK"

Sponsored by the Blagoveshenk United Technical school and Radio Club "Amur". Contact stations of Blagoveshchenk and the Blagoveshchenskeyeo region of the Amur (regions AM-01 to AM-10 of the RDA award) on or after 1 January 1003. Earn 100 points.

Point values:

a. RZ0JWA = 50 points;
b. other club stations in the regions above = 20 points;
c. category 1 stations = 10 points;
d. category 2 stations = 15 points;
e. category 3 and 4 categories = 20 points;
f. SWL card from Blagoveshchenska and Blagoveshchenskeyeo region = 20 points;
g. VHF - 144MHz or higher, only one contact needed.

For amateurs of the Amur region it is necessary to contact no less than 100 qso with any amateurs of Russia (except Amur) and countries OF THE CIS, or to participate is not less than in one of the competitions, organized by radio clubs and FRS of the Far East RF, or by radio club "Crystal". Contacts on different bands with the same station may be counted for each band.

Fee for the award is: $US1 or 2 IRC for Russian stations, $US2 or 4 Irc for CIS countries, $US3 or 6 IRC for all others. SWL OK. GCR accepted. Apply to: Prokhorov Vladimir Petrovich, Bots Rosto for AMUR STRC, 103 ul Kalinin, Blagoveshchenk, Amur Region 675011, Russia.

Internet: http://www.amursu.ru/radio

Tks OH3GZ 12/03


The BLOCKADE Diploma

In September 1941, St. Petersburg was surrounded and cut off from the rest of Russia by Nazi forces. They continued to resist for 900 days, the siege fully lifted in January 1944. Estimates of Russians who died from starvation or exposure during this period range from 650,000 to 800,000 persons. (Suggested reading: Harrison Salisbury’s "900 Days - The Siege of Leningrad".) To commemorate this unprecedented feat and the courage of the defenders and trapped city dwellers of Leningrad, the Association of Radio Amateurs of St.-Petersburg (ALRS) has sponsored the memorial diploma "BLOCKADE".

To obtain the diploma amateurs from Russia, the CIS countries and the Europe must during any calendar year earn a number of points equal to the number of years from the date of full lifting of the blockade: For example, in 2009 this would require 65 points, in 2010, 66 points etc.  For all other continents and if all contacts were made on 160 meters and VHF/VHF the points required is reduced by one-half.

Points value:

1. QSO with HAM's in St-Petersburg and Leningradskaya oblast, any veterans of WWII and civilian inhabitants of blockaded Leningrad = 5 points;
2. QSO with HAM's in St-Petersburg and Leningradskaya oblast = 1 point.
3. Points are doubled for contacts made with stations in special days of activity on memorial dates are doubled.
4. Points for contacts with memorial special event stations, including Memorial "Victory" participants, operating from St-Petersburg and Leningradskaya oblast = 20 points.

Any mode any band. Every station may be worked for credit on different bands and modes.  SWL OK. Fee for the diploma 80 rubles for RA and $US3 for all others. Send GCR list and fee to: Aleksandrovich Dmitry SOKOLOV RX1CQ, SERTOLOVO, Leningradskaya oblast, 188655, P.O.Box 13, RUSSIA.

Internet: http://alrs.qrz.ru/d_blokada.html 

Chg 1/2010


City of Bobrovu 300th Anniversary

Bobrovu celebrates the 300th anniversary of its founding in 2011. Contact stations in Bobrova and Bobrovsky area of the Voronezh Region by earning 300 points starting Jan 1, 2011. The award is a permanent award, and the points required increase by 1 for every year after 2011. The same station may be contacted on different bands but the points must be earned within the same calendar year. SWL OK.

Point values:|
a. stations in Bobrova and Bobrovsky area = 20 points.
b. each contact with RA3KK and UA5QO = 50 points.

Points may be doubled if:
a. contacts are made on 160 and 2 meters.
b. contacts are made of December 25th, a special activity day.
c. contacts made on "City Day" September 21st - the official anniversary day.

Point values may be tripled if:
a. made using QRP (<5 watts).
b. station contacted is mobile.

Send GCR list of contacts in alphabetical order by call sign. If paper certificate is desired, the fee is 230 rubles for Russians, foreign stations $US15. If you will accept the award in electronic format (PDF), the award is FREE. Official application form is available at sponsors website.  Mailing address: Valentin Subbotin UA5QO, ul. Kolkhoznaya 84, Bobrov, 397702, Russia.

E-mail: ua5qo@aviamodelka.ru
Internet: http://radio.aviamodelka.ru/index.php

Tks QRZ.ru 1/2/11


Borisoglebsk Diploma

The diploma "Borisoglebsk" may be earned by contacting amateurs of Borisoglebsk Voronezh (VR-07) region, and also the Borisoglebsky area (VR-16) since 1 January 2010. Station who were contacted in the past but are now silent keys, count irrespective of the date of the QSO.  At least 5 QSOs with different Borisoglebsk and area stations are needed for the award. , During designated days of activity of the club SRVS it is necessary to establish just 3 QSOs with members UA3QII, RU3KO, RZ3QWW. One QSO made on 160 meters of VHF will qualify for the award. On special dates May, 15th, and - on August, 6th only 1 QSO is needed. 

The following stations who used to live in Borisoglebsk also count for the award, regardless of the date of contact: R3OR (ex RV3QR), RA3XFI, RA3QDU, RX3QFY.

For stations who have established 30 or more contacts, a hand made plaquette is available. These 30 contacts carry no restriction on date of QSO. In addition, for the plaquette, QSLs from SWL are accepted.

Send log extract and fee of 100rbl, for CIS countries $US3, and all others $US5 to Trunov Romanu Aleksandrovichu, Pioneer St, 18, Borisoglebsk, Voronezh Region, 397167, Russia. The Same fee applies to the plaquette. To youth and school club stations, and for those with less than one year of amateur experience, the diploma is free of charge, except for postage.

The list of radio stations of Borisoglebsk:
1 (Silent key) - UA3QW, UA3QTT, RA3QEK, UA3QCH, UV3QP, UA3QN/R-U3QN, UW3QE, UA3QX
2 Stations - RA3QFL, UA3QUO, UA3QSZ, UA3QN, UA3QII, UA3QIH, UA3QI, UA3QDI, UA3QDH, UA3QBL, RX3QQ, RX3QAQ, RW3QUZ, RW3QHN, RW3OK, RN3QVN, RN3QVL, RN3QQC, RN3QOP, RN3QNR, RN3OP, RW3OO, RA3QBQ, RL3KX, RA3OO, UA3QAR, RA3QJD, RO3OO, RU3KO, RN3QQF, UA3QNB, RN3QNY.
3 Club stations RZ3QWW, RZ3QWT
4 SWLs - UA3-121-2950-2970

(This list is not definitive and will be supplemented.)

E-mail: ru3ko@yandex.ru 

Tks QRZ.ru 6/11/11 (Rewritten with additional data) 


Bryansk Guerrilla Diploma

The diploma is established by Bryansk Radioclub in commemoration of guerrilla movement in Bryansk area during Great Patriotic War. Contact 15 stations of the Bryanskaya Oblast. on any bands and modes. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of 3 IRC's to Anatoliy A. Bokhonov RW3YB, P. O. Box 36, Bryansk35, 241035, Russia.

Bryansk stations are located in RA...RZ3Y, UA...UI3Y.

URL : http://qrz.boom.ru/diplom     Mail : rv3yr@mail.ru

Tks RN3FX 2/01


Bryansk Region Lakes Award

The Bryansk Region Lakes Award is sponsored by the Zhukovka Branch of Russian Amateur Radio Union. Contacts stations who have operated near natural and artificial lakes, as well as near flood-lands lakes and water reservoirs, all located on the territory of Bryansk region. Contacts on or after August 1, 2009. Only one contact for each lake/reservoir. The body of water should be no less than 1 hectare in size, having or not having a proper name and pinpointed on topographic maps scaled 1:200000 (1 -2 ). You are also allowed to work stations at newly developed artificial reservoirs not yet pinpointed on the maps.

Radio contacts are considered to be established if they are made by:
1. Floating Radio stations.
2. Radio stations, located on islands found in a lake/reservoir;
3. Radio stations, located near a lake/reservoir (on its coast line), but not further than 100 metres from it.

Each reservoir is given an identification serial number " RL" ( Bryansk Region Lake) For example: RL-001, RL-002, etc.

The award has three classes:
1 class - for work with 15 lakes/reservoirs:
2 class - for work with 10 lakes/reservoirs;
3 class - for work with 5 lakes/reservoirs.

For activators, the awards are for 6, 4 or 2 different ones. Activators must make no less than 100 contacts to receive credit. Activators should contact sponsor with complete details to ra3yc@mail.ru.  You must have received the QSLs. The award manager has the right to demand any of the cards for checking. SWL OK.  Send GCR list and fee of 120 roubles for Russians, hams from CIS countries $6, and all others - $8. IRC’s accepted at rate of $1 for each valid IRC. Award is available in electronic form. There is no charge for this version. Send to: Kuznetsov Sergei Dmitrievich, a/a 10, Zhukovka, Bryansk region, 242700

E-mail: ra3yc@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE


 50 Years Of BRYANSK Short Wave Radio Club

Work 20 members of Bryansk SW Radio Club. Members will tell you of their membership during the QSO. No band and mode restrictions. Every station may be worked only one time. SWL OK. GCR list and fee for Russian = 100 rubles and 10 rubles for postage and 5 IRC for all others. Apply to: Vladimir Zhukov RA3YA, PO Box 73, Bryansk-center, 241000, Russia.

Internet: http://br32.narod.ru/awards.htm#D-1
E-mail: rv3yr@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 1/29/07


Bryansk 1000 Years Diploma

Established by Bransk Radioclub in commemoration 1000 years of the establishment of Bryansk. Contact 15 stations of Bryansk City on or after 1 Jan 1985 using all bands and modes. SWL OK. GCR list signed by two radioamateurs. and fee of 3 IRC to: Anatoliy A. Bokhonov RW3YB, P. O. Box 36, Bryansk_35, 241035, Russia. List of Bryansk stations from award manager for SASE or e-mail.

URL : http://qrz.boom.ru/diplom E_Mail : rv3yr@mail.ru


Castles on the Air - Russia Award

Issued to any licensed amateur or SWL who submits proof of radio contact with existing (not ruins or remains) of fortresses, castles and forts of Russia, on any mode on any bands after January, 01st, 2000. Repeated QSOs are not valid.

All valid objects are identified with a letter and three digits in the list of fortresses, castles and forts. Fortresses and castles is identified with letter "C", forts with letter "F". The First digit indicates the location of object (the call sign district of Russia) and the following two digits indicates the serial number.

Available in 3 classes:
1st class = 12
2nd class = 8
3rd class = 5

You must possess the cards. The application should contain the identification number of the castle or fortress according to list COTA-Russia. The award manager can require you send any QSL for check. Award fee for Russians is 200 roubles, 7E, $US7 or 7 IRC for CIS country applicants, and 10E, $US10 or 10 IRC for all others. The award is FREE if you request that a PDF file of the certificate be sent to you via e-mail.  Apply to: Andrew A. Petushkoff RN1CW, P.O.Box 216/5,Sosnovyj Bor, Leningrad Oblast,188540,Russia.

Internet: http://www.rz1cwc.qrz.ru 
E-mail: rn1cw@mail.ru or rn1cw@rambler.ru

(Chg 1/2011)

The list of fortresses and castles:

C-101 Admiralteistvo (The Admiralty) 					R1A SP
C-102 Bip castle (Pavlovsk) 						R1A SP
C-103 Velikiye Luki fortress 						R1W PS
C-104 Vyborg castle 							R1C LO
C-105 Gdov kremlin 							R1W PS
C-106 Ivangorod fortress 						R1C LO
C-107 Izborsk fortress 							R1W PS
C-108 Koporiye fortress 						R1C LO
C-109 Korela fortress (Priozersk) 					R1C LO
C-110 Fortress of St.Uspenskiy Pskovo-Pecherskiy monastery (Pechory) 	R1W PS
C-111 Mikhailovskiy (Inzhenernyi) castle 				R1A SP
C-112 Novgorod kremlin 							R1T TV
C-113 Novodvinsk fortress 						R1O AR
C-114 Oreshek fortress (Schlisselburg) 					R1C LO
C-115 Petropavlovskaya fortress 					R1A SP
C-116 Porkhov kremlin 							R1W PS
C-117 Pskov kremlin 							R1W PS
C-118 Solovetskiye islands fortress 					R1O AR
C-119 Staraya Ladoga fortress 						R1C LO
C-120 Kronshtadt 							R1A SP
C-201 Balga castle (Vesyoloye) 						R2F KA
C-202 Brandenburg castle (Ushakovo) 					R2F KA
C-203 Waldau castle (Nizoviye) 						R2F KA
C-204 Georgenburg castle (Maevka) 					R2F KA
C-205 Gross Wohnsdorf castle (Kurortnoye)				R2F KA
C-206 Insterburg castle (Chernyakhovsk) 				R2F KA
C-207 Kaimen castle (Zarechiye) 					R2F KA
C-208 Kreuzburg castle (Slavskoye) 					R2F KA
C-209 Labiau castle (Polessk) 						R2F KA
C-210 Preisich-Eilau castle (Bargrationovsk)				R2F KA
C-211 Ragnit castle (Neman) 						R2F KA
C-212 Taplacken castle (Talpaki) 					R2F KA
C-213 Schaaken castle (Nekrasovo) 					R2F KA
C-301 Zaraisk kremlin 							R3D MO
C-302 Kolomna kremlin 							R3D MO
C-303 Lebedyan 								R3G LP
C-304 Nizhniy Novgorod kremlin 						R3T NN
C-305 Ryazan kremlin 							R3S RA
C-306 Saburovsk 							R3E OR
C-307 Serpukhov kremlin 						R3D MO
C-308 Smolensk fortress wall 						R3L SM
C-309 Tula kremlin 							R3P TL
C-601 Aksai fortress 							R6L RO
C-602 Astrakhan kremlin 						R6U AO
C-603 Vovnushki fortress 						R6Q IN
C-604 Derbent fortress 							R6W DA
C-605 Maikop 								R6Y AD
C-606 Stavropol 							R6H ST
C-901 Kuznetsk fortress 						R9U KE
C-902 Tobolsk kremlin 							R9L TN
C-903 Berdsk fortress 							R9O NS
C-001 Vladivostok fortress 						R0L PK		

The list of forts:

F-101 Pervy Severny 			R1A SP
F-102 Pervy Yuzhny 			R1A SP
F-103 Vtoroy Severny 			R1A SP
F-104 Alexandr 				R1A SP
F-105 Dzichkanets 			R1A SP
F-106 Zverev 				R1A SP
F-107 Ino 				R1C LO
F-108 Konstantin 			R1A SP
F-109 Krasnaya Gorka 			R1C LO
F-110 Kronshlot 			R1A SP
F-111 Menshikov 			R1A SP
F-112 Milyutin 				R1A SP
F-113 Obruchev 				R1A SP
F-114 Pavel 				R1A SP
F-115 Piotr Pervy 			R1A SP
F-116 Seraya Loshad’ 			R1C LO
F-117 Totleben 				R1A SP
F-118 Shants 				R1A SP
F-201 Bashnya Vrangelya Wrangel 	R2F KA
F-202 Bashnya Dona Don 			R2F KA

The list may be expanded later as others are discovered.

Tks OH3GZ 7/2008


Caucasus Mountains Award

Make 50 contacts with amateur radio stations operating on Caucasus mountain expeditions. Contacts must be from Caucasus mountains and hills, as long as a minimum height of 700 meters or above and are located between the Caspian and Black Seas, in the territory of Russia (R6A, R6E, R6H, R6J, R6P, R6Q, R6W, R6X or R6Y), Georgia (4L), Azerbaijan (4K, 4J), and Armenia (EK). All bands and modes. No contacts via repeaters, contacts on more than one band during the expedition or QSOs made by mixed modes. A maximum of 15 contacts with the same mountain are allowed.

There is a separate award available for expedition stations; see WWW page at address shown below.

Send a log extract to: ua6hpt@bk.ru ua6hjq@mail.ru or rv3dpm@mail.ru

The contact list will be checked to verify accuracy. The award manager reserves the right to request confirmation of any or all QSL cards. There is no charge for the award if you receive it electronically. If you want to receive a separate paper certificate from the sponsor, use one of the e-mail address to secure correct mailing address and fee.

Internet: http://www.hamradio.cmw.ru/diplom/gk.htm

Tks OH3GZ 11/07


Peter Ilyich Chaikovsky Diploma

This Diploma is dedicated to the life and achievements of the great Russian composer, Peter Ilyich Chaikovsky who composed some ten best-known pieces of music. He lived in Klin (of the Moscow region),

Requirements: Earn in any one calendar year (1 January to 31 December) on the HF bands at least 10 points for contacting radio hams in the Klin Solnechnorskogo areas.

Point Values:
1. For the QSO with U3DI and RK3DXJ = 3 points, with the rest of the radio stations = 1 point.
2. Points if the QSO was made on VHF band and 1.8 MHz are doubled.
3. Repeated QSO for award credit OK if made on different bands, or all on one band but using different modes.
4. QSO via active repeaters do not count.

SWL OK using same rules. The diploma is issued free of charge and in electronic form. Your application should be an extract from the log, sent by e-mail to the manager of the diploma: RA4FF@mail.ru .

List of radio stations giving points for the award: R2DFF. R3DAI. R3DFS. R3DST. R3FM. R4FF / 3. R5DAQ. R5DM. RA3DLZ. RA5F. RN3DLI. RK3DRT. RK3DXJ. RV3DOD. RV3F. RX3DAC. RX3DAD. RX3DBN. RZ3DEV. U3DI. UA3DFD. UA3DJL. UA3DVW. UB3DAP. UB3DBF. UB3DIR.

E-mail: ra4ff@mail.ru

Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2952.html

Tks QRZ.ru 2/3/16


Chayka Award.        (/Rewrite 6/2208 tks to RA1AE)

This award commemorates the memory of the first woman cosmonaut, Valentina Tereshkowa whose radio call in space in 1963 was "CHAJKA". During any one calendar year, earn the number of points which equal the years since her 1963 flight.  (For example, in 2007, you will need 2007-1963 = 44) 44 points, in 2008 = 45 points. 

Point value:

1. QSO with stations from Yaroslavskaya oblast (Russia) = 1 point.
2. QSO with stations from Tutayevsky region of Yaroslavskaya oblast, birthplace of Tereshkova = 3 points.
3. QSO with any YL operator from Yaroslavskaya oblast = 4 points.
4. QSO with any special event station from Yaroslavskaya oblast = 5 points.
5. QSO with a special event station, devoted to Tereshkova’s flight = 10 points.
6. QSOs with the stations located in the cities of Kaluga (RF), Karaganda and Baykonur (UN), Ghyumri (EK), Vitebsk (EU), Montreux and Drancy (F), Montgomery (G), Polizzi-Generosa (I), Darkhan (JT), Sofia, Burgas, Petrich, Stara-Zagora, Pleven, Varna (LZ), Bratislava (OM) where Tereshkova was honored the title "Honorary Citizen", the towns of Korolev and Zvezdny Gorodok (Russia, Moskovskaya oblast). Every QSO with these cities and towns = 1 point.

All modes and bands. The same station may be worked for credit on other bands, including WARC and UHF. Points for QSO’s with Yaroslavskaya oblast on VHF and during the activity days (one week after 15th of June every year) are doubled in value. SES give usual value of points. SWL OK. Send GCR list (with YL-operators names if YL’s were among QSO’s), and fee of 3 IRC’s to Award Commission, P.O.Box 85, YAROSLAVL, 150003, Russia.

Internet: http://r3m.qrz.ru/index.php?page=award
E-mail: r3m@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 6/2008


Ivan Danilovich Chernyakhovskiy Diploma

Sponsored by the collective of the radio amateurs of the Town of Chernyakhovsk of the Kaliningradskaya Oblast in honour of the great commander, and of hero of the Soviet Union, general of Army I. D. Chernyakhovskiy.  Contact stations of the Kaliningradskaya Oblast and the war veterans who took part in battle actions under the command of the General Chernyakhovskiy during the Great Patriotic War (WWII), earning numbers of points, equal to the number of years of since Victory over fascism. In 2001, you need 56 points, in 2002, 57 points and one point for each additional year. Each contact with station from the Kaliningradskaya Oblast = 1 point. Each contact with station from the Town of Chernyakhovsk = 3 points. Each contact with the veterans who were took part in battle actions under a command of the general I. D. Chernyakhovskiy during the GPW = 5 points. 1.8MHz contact values are doubled. On VHF bands, then only 3 contacts are needed. QSL's from SWL's (R2F_... or UA2_125_...) are valid, but not more 5. One contact with station from the Town of Chernyakhovsk is mandatory. The same station may be contacted on different bands for credit.

All bands and modes. Contacts after 1 Jan 1986. SWL OK. GCR accepted. Check with sponsor for current award cost. Apply to Vasiliy V. Gnezdilov U2FA, P. O. Box 4, Chernyakhovsk, 238100, Kaliningradskaya Oblast, Russia.

Kaliningradskaya Oblast callsigns series: R2, RA...RZ2, U2, UA...UI2.

List of veterans who were taking part in battle actions under a command of the general I. D. Chernyakhovskiy during the GPW _ U1QB, U2FA, U2FM (ex UA2FH), U2FN, U3DB, U3FI (ex UA2FCE), UA2AU, UA3DFE. Station's list from the Town of Chernyakhovsk RA2FD, RA2FG, RK2FWH (ex UZ2FWH), RK2FWK (ex UZ2FWK), RK2FWN, RK2FWX (ex UZ2FWX), RK2FXI (ex UZ2FXI), U2FA, UA2DC, UA2DF, UA2FAG, UA2FBC, UA2FCH, UA2FCK, UA2FCQ, UA2FCT, UA2FDD, UA2FDF, UA2FDG, UA2FDH, UA2FDI, UA2FDJ, UA2FDK, UA2FDL, UA2FDO, UA2FDP, UA2FDQ, UA2FDT, UA2FDU, UA2FDV, UA2FDX, UA2FE, UA2FEO, UA2FEP, UA2FGE, UA2FGF, UA2FGO.

Tks RN3FX 2/01


 --Chuvash Regional Branch of Union of Russian Amateurs Series --

General Requirements: This is a series of three awards with nearly identical requirements differing only in the option to work a special memorial station different for each of the three. The identical requirements are: to make 10 contacts with stations located in the Chuvash Republic on HF or, just 1 QSO on VHF bands. All the contacts must be with different stations .Send GCR list and fee of 100 rubles for Russians, $US5 or 10 IRCs for CIS countries and $US8 or 16 IRC for all others.

E-mail: ua4ye@mail.ru
Internet: http://www.radio.cheb.ru
(Notice, web site shows SQL server problem 2/10)

Tks OH3GZ 2/25/10

     Chuvashiya Award

The award may be earned as noted above or by just one HF contact with UE4YWI on or after 1 January 1990. 

     V.I. CHAPAEV Award

The award honors the memory of General Vasily Chapayev.
The award may be earned as noted above or by just one HF contact with UE4YWL on or after 1 Jan 1990. .

     Chuvashiya Space Diploma

Awarded to honor the cosmonauts from Chuvashiya: the twice Hero of the Soviet Union A.G. Nikolaeva, the Hero of Russia, N.M. Budarina and the long time Hero of the Soviet Union living in Chuvashiya, M.H. Manarova.
The award may be earned as noted above or by just one HF contact with UE4YCS or after 4/12/2007.


--- Club Station Series ---

General Requirements: Contacts must be made on or after 1 May 1984, except CSCA and YTGA which is effective after 1 January 1989. SWL OK. Any modes and bands. Endorsements available for band and mode upon request. You may make contacts with the same station on different bands for credit, except for the WCS and CSCA award. Club calls may be recognized by having W, X, Y, or Z in the second position of their suffix. You must have awards of lower classes in order to earn the higher class.  GCR rule applies.  Fee is  $US7 for each award. Apply to Dipl.-Ing. Ernst H. Hoffman DF3DP, Im Defdahl 315, D-44141 Dortmund, Germany. 

Internet: http://www.qsl.net/pulsar/part7.html 

(Chg 1/2005)

Club Station Club Award (CSCA)

Work CSC members after 1 Jan 1989:
Class 3 = 3 QSOs, Class 2 = 10, and Class 1 = 20. 

Schoolchildren Award (SA)

Work 14 school club stations from the area of the former USSR. From one of the call letters of the contacts, (either prefix or suffix), spell the word: SCHOOLCHILDREN. 
Class III - any bands, Class II - only 20 meters, Class I = only 40 meters.

 

Worked Club Stations Award (WCS)- 

Work any club station from different countries.
Class 1 = 25 countries; Class 2 = 50; Class 3 = 100.

Young Lady Operator Award (YL-OP)

Work any YL operators of CIS club stations. Also valid are QSO's (or SWL) with different YL operators of the same station. Call signs of CIS club stations have the letters W, X, Y or Z as the second position of the suffix.

a. Class 1: 5 QSOs.
Class 2: 15 QSOs
Class 3: 40 QSOs 

b. Work different YL operators of RZ9MYL: Class III = 2, Class II = 5, Class I = 10 different operators. 

Young Technician Award (YTA)

Work any club-station from the ex-USSR:

Class 1: 15 stations from 10 oblasts..
Class 2: 30 stations from 20 oblasts..
Class 3: 60 stations from 40 oblasts. 

Youth Tutor-Guide Award (YTGA)

Work individual CSC members

Class 1: 2 members.
Class 2: 7 members.
Class 3: 15 members. 

First Steps

For any QSO / SWL made with any station.

Class I = 100
Class II = 300
Class III = 1000

My Motherland Is Large

For QSO / SWL with different Russian oblasts:

Class III = 25 oblasts.
Class II = 50 oblasts.
Class I = 75

The Earth Is Our Common House

For QSO / SWL with any Russian amateurs.

Class III = 50 QSOs/ SWL.
Class II = 150 QSOs/SWL
Class I = 500 QSOs/SWL

The Whole World Is On Your Hand

For QSO / SWL with different countries.

Class III = 50 countries.
Class II = 100 countries.
Class I = 150 countries.

CW Signals Are Singing

For any CW QSO/SWL.

Class III = 50.
Class II = 150.
Class I = 500.


Commonwealth of Independent States Diploma

Contact all 12 countries which are members of the Commonwealth of Independent States on or after their date of joining.  Contacts must be made from the same country and by the holder of the applicant's call sign.  Contacts with land mobile stations are accepted, provided that the location of that station is clearly stated on the QSL.  All modes and HF bands, but no cross-mode or cross-band.  Send GCR list and fee of $US10 or £5 to: Scottish-Russian ARS, PO Box 7469, Glasgow, G42 0YD Scotland, United Kingdom.

Tks OH3GZ 12/04  

CIS List and date of joining:

4K Azerbaijan 21 Dec 1991
4L Georgia 1 Dec 1993
EK Armenia 21 Dec 1991
ER Moldova 21 Dec 1991
EU Belarus 8 Dec 1991
EX Kyrgyzstan 21 Dec 1991
EY Tajikistan 21 Dec 1991
EZ Turkmenistan 21 Dec 1991
UA Russia 8 Dec 1991
UK Uzbekistan 21 Dec 1991
UN Kazakhstan 21 Dec 1991
UR Ukraine 8 Dec 1991

E-mail: srars@srars.org 

Note: the above award appeared in an earlier edition of the Directory but was removed during the period that the sponsor emigrated from Russia to Scotland.  It is a beautiful award, featuring flags of the CIS countries. (Ted 12/6/04)

Cosmic Legend Award

This award was established in honor of Yuri Gagarin's first flight to space in 1961.  The number of points required starts with 40 if earned in 2001, and goes up by one for each following year: for 2002, 41 points needed, in 2003, 42 points, etc.

Point values:

    1. for each QSO with radio amateurs of the Saratov Region (UA4C.., UV4C..., UW4C..., RA4C..., RZ4C....) and members of AFARU = 1 point.
    2. for QSO with special stations R4CG, R3CPK, R3K, RK1G = 5 points.
    3. for QSOs with radio amateurs who are astronauts or cosmonauts = 10 points.

Repeat QSOs are allowed on different bands with same station.  Log extract and fee of $US3 to: Alex Makevkin RA4CEO, PO Box 135, Svetly, Saratov region, 412163 Russia.

E-mail: ra4ceo@mail.ru

Tks RA4CEO 4/2003


 --  Cossacks' Army Association of Radio Clubs "VOZROZHDENIYE (REVIVAL)" series --

General Requirements; Sponsored by the association of Radio Clubs "VOZROZHDENIYE (REVIVAL)" and HAMs of the Luganskaya oblast, Ukraine. No mode and band restrictions. Each valid station may be worked for award credit on different band and modes. SWL OK.  Fee for Russia and CIS country station is 100 rubles, for other countries - $US6. Send log extract, verified by two licensed HAMs, to either name/address below:
     In the Ukraine: Vladimir Gennadyevich Vorobyov UR1MU, Shakhtnaya str., 1, Krasnodon, 94400, Ukraine.
     Or in Russia: Yuri Vladimirovich Efremov RV6MR, Vasilevsky str., 3-a, Donetsk, Rostovskaya oblast, 346330, Russia.

E-mail: rk6mp@mail.ru or ua6lne@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 4/2007

        DRUZHBA (FRIENDSHIP) Award
Earn 60 points: 30 points for contacts with Luganskaya oblast, Ukraine, and 30 points for contacts with Rostovskaya oblast, Russia. Individual stations = 5 points, club stations = 10.  Contacts must be made on and after Feb 1 2005.

         KAZACHYA VOLYA (COSSACS' LIBERTY) Award
Award was established in 1999 in honor of 350th anniversary of stanitsa (the call of Cossacks settlements) Gundorovskaya. Make 10 QSOs with HAMs from the following RDA districts: Donetsk (RO-14), Kamensk-Shakhtinsky (RO-16), Belaya Kalitva (RO-11), Zverevo (RO-15), and regions: Tarasovsky (RO-60), Kamensky (RO-38), Belokalitvensky (RO-27). On VHF only 3 QSOs from these areas are needed. .
Contacts must be made on and after June 1 1999.

     COSMONAUT YURI USACHEV Award
Make 10 QSOs with HAMs from the following RDA districts: Donetsk (RO-14), Kamensk-Shakhtinsky (RO-16), Belaya Kalitva (RO-11), Zverevo (RO-15), and regions: Tarasovsky (RO-60), Kamensky (RO-38), Belokalitvensky (RO-27). On VHF make 1 QSO with cosmonaut Yuri Usachev from International cosmic station or 3 QSOs with HAMs from association VOZROZHDENIYE. No contacts via repeaters and other retranslators.
Contacts must be made on and after Oct 19 2002.

     IN MEMORY OF PERISHED DESCENDERS Award
Award is issued in 2004 in memory of warriors-descenders who died on the lands of Rostovskaya oblast during Great Patriotic war (1941-1945).  Make 1 QSO with a club station of association VOZROZHDENIYE RK6LWL/p, which is active in "Watch of Memory" on June 22 every year (0.00-6.00 UTC) on HF. [This is the date when the German armies attacked Russia in 1942.]

     SHROUDS OF SACRED VIRGIN MARY Award
This award is issued in honor of Cossacks' Army holiday of Cossacks Fame. Make 10 QSOs with HAMs from the following RDA districts: Donetsk (RO-14), Kamensk-Shakhtinsky (RO-16), Belaya Kalitva (RO-11), Zverevo (RO-15), and regions: Tarasovsky (RO-60), Kamensky (RO-38), Belokalitvensky (RO-27). On VHF only 3 QSOs are needed. .
Contacts must be made on and after Jan 14 2001.

Tks  RA1AE 4/2007 


 – CQCW Club Series
 – AWARD PROGRAM "PONTOS EUXINUS"

General Requirements: For the accession to CQCW club, the stations should specify their call sign, a name (a name in CW), a surname, and their station location. The same rules also apply to SWLs. This information will be used in the preparations of awards. All of the awards are free of charge, and will be sent to you in the form of a graphics file. Since this is a CW oriented club, all of the awards require CW contacts. Contacts/SWL on all bands on or after September 21, 2013. No cards are needed, and all QSOs must be with different stations.

Applications will require contact/SWL data, in any format, sent to cq73@ya.ru
The Pontus Euxinus series has four awards, each with a different design. The requirements for each are similar, but have different degrees of complexity. Each diploma supplements the previous one.
For any of the awards, a Joker (wildcard contact) is available. One /MM contact will replace one station required from the award rules.

BRONZE "PONTOS EUXINUS"

The first diploma BRONZE - is issued to all licensed radio fans and SWL. Conditions following:

Carry out on six QSO from each of six countries of the Black Sea pool, and six stations working from the main seaports (see the list of the countries and sea harbor in the bottom of the page).

SILVER "PONTOS EUXINUS"

Carry out on twelve QSO from each of six countries of the Black Sea pool, and twelve stations working of the main seaports (see the list of the countries and sea harbor in the bottom of the page).

GOLD "PONTOS EUXINUS"

Carry out on twenty four QSO from each of six countries of the Black Sea pool, and twenty four stations of the main seaports (see the list of the countries and sea harbor in the bottom of the page).

PLATINUM "PONTOS EUXINUS"

Carry out on thirty three QSO from each of six countries of the Black Sea pool, and thirty three stations working of the main seaports (see the list of the countries and sea harbor in the bottom of the page).

COUNTRIES of the BLACK SEA: (6):
Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine.

HARBOURS of the BLACK SEA (37) 
Adler        Alushta                  Anapa     Balaklava      Batumi      Belgorod-Dniester Burgas      Varna      Gagra      Gelendzhik      Gudauta      Evpatoria 
Ilyichevsk Caucasus port/(Port Kavkaz  Kerch           Constance/Constanta        Crimea port/Port Krym  Kulevi     Novorossiysk Nevodari     Odessa 
Ochakov (Ochakov)              Poti (Poti)                     Zonguldak (Zonguldak)     Sevastopol                    Samsun    Sinop             Sulina          Sochi 
Sukhumi  Taman                    Trabzon                        Tuapse                              Feodosiy      Chernomorsk            Southern/Yuzhne              Yalta

E-mail: cq73@ya.ru
Internet: http://cqcw.ru/award2.html

Tks QRZ.ru 10/16/13


CQCW Club - 24 HOURS SERIES

This group of awards has been developed by the CQCW Club. It is available to all radio amateurs for CW contacts (or SWL) made since 21 September 2013. The awards will be sent free of charge in electronic form (Format: jpg). Contacts made during contests, or contacts with special call signs to mark memorable dates, jubilees etc will not be accepted.

These awards are given for making specified numbers of contacts with different countries and/or territories or CQCW club members as recognized on the official DXCC listing within a 24 hour period. SWL OK on the same basis.

Group 1: different countries of the world
24 HOURS WORLD - 24
, 24 different countries needed.
24 HOURS WORLD - 36
, 36 different countries needed.
24 HOURS WORLD - 51
51 different countries needed.

Note: For the 24-Hours World - 51, it is necessary to include ALL continents.

Group 2: different countries of Europe.
24 HOURS EUROPE - 15
. 15 different countries needed.
24 HOURS EUROPE - 23.
23 different countries needed.
24 HOURS EUROPE - 30
. 30 different countries needed.

Group 3: different countries of Asia.
24 HOURS ASIA - 10
24 HOURS ASIA - 15
24 HOURS ASIA - 20

Group 4: different members of the CQCW Club, each in a different country or territory.
24 HOURS CQCW - 10
24 HOURS CQCW - 15
24 HOURS CQCW - 20

New 2014


Added Awards of the CW CQCW Club

General Requirements: The awards are free of charge, and are delivered to you in the form of an image file that you may print using your own equipment.   All bands OK. Unless otherwise mentioned, all contacts for these awards must be made using the CW mode.   SWL OK. 

E-mail:  cq73@ya.ru
Internet: http://www.cqcw.ru/ 

"CQCW" DIPLOMA

This award is part of the series offered by the Independent CW CQCW club. 
Available for all amateurs for making contact with club members of the CQCW club. 
The basic award requires contacting at least 20 members using CW mode on any bands.

All contacts must be with different members. For each subsequent 10 contacts with members an endorsement showing the increased number is added. For example, QSOs given for 20, 30, 40, 50, etc.

The application may be sent in the form of a log extract in any text format goes should be sent to cq73@ya.ru . The application should show the member number, for example, #073.
The diploma is issued free of charge in electronic form communications for contacts with each ten members. 

Internet: http://www.cqcw.ru/award7.html

European Alphabet Diploma

This award is part of the series offered by the Independent CW CQCW club. 
This is a large program, offering a different certificate for each country located on the European continent. It requires you to make 26 contacts with that single country, where the last letter of the suffixes of stations worked shows each of the 26 letters of the alphabet, A through Z. Your application should list the stations worked in a column, showing A-Z as required. Contacts on or after September 21, 2013.

Internet: http://www.cqcw.ru/award6.html


Diploma Desnogorsk. The Youngest City of Smolensk

This award is established by radio amateurs g. Desnogorska and is a permanent award.  It is issued to radio amateurs / observers in Russia, CIS and non-CIS countries for making QSO / SWL with radio amateurs g. Desnogorska and Smolensk region.

Requirements:
Make 11 QSOs in a calendar year, of amateurs in the Smolensk Region including at least 1 QSO with radio amateurs g. who live in Desnogorska (RDA SM-04). Hams in District of Russia, Asia and other continents must make QSOs with 6 stations in the Smolensk Region including one with the RDA SM-04.   QSO/SWL may be made on any bands or modes. Duplicate contacts with the same station are allowed on different bands and different modes for award credit.
The Diploma is issued free of charge in electronic format.
You may apply for the award by sending a extract of your log via e-mail, to the address: ua3lls@qrz.ru .

Tks QRZ.ru 5/1/15


The Detective

. Contact (SWL) at least 25 members of the IPA, in not less than 10 DXCC countries all modes and bands on or after 1 Nov 2003. Available to all licensed amateurs and SWLs. No use of repeaters. Send log extract and fee of $1.50 for Russian stations, $US2 for CIS member countries, and $US5, 5E or 10 IRC from all other countries. Apply to: Victor Mikhaylovich Berezhnov RA9LL, Stantsionaya Str., 18a-103, Tyumen, Russia 625053. 

Chg 2/2008 


WORK MEMBERS OF D.I.G. RUSSIA (W-DIG-R)

The "W-DIG-R" is counted as one of the three required certificates when becoming a member of the German international club DIG. The award is issued for contacts (SWL) with Russian members of the DIG, starting from May 1, 1996 (date of the section).  Hams in Europe must contact 10 members, and hams from other continents need QSOs with 5 Russian DIG members.

Contacts may be made on any amateur bands, using any type of emission. The Award rules promotes participation in days of special activity (annual May 1), in the event DIG-QSO-Party (March-April) and in round tables held on Sundays at 07.30 UTC on the frequency 14.177 MHz).

The application is based on the logging of the required contacts of the DIG Group and should be certified by the signatures of two radio amateurs or one member of the DIG.

Award fee and postage:
1. for Russian radio amateurs $US2 in rubles at the exchange rate ruling at the date of payment or 3 IRC,
2., for radio amateurs $US3 in CIS countries in rubles at the exchange rate ruling at the date of payment or 5 IRC
3. for other countries $US8 or 5 EUR or 8 IRC.

Application and payment for radio CIS and Russia should be addressed to: Stepanov Anatoliy Vladimirovich - RA6AR, PO Box 250, Sochi-340 354340, Russia. E-mail: ra6ar@yandex.ru.
The application and payment from foreign radio amateurs should be sent to the manager's address: Boris Gnusov - OH5ZZ Anjankuja 14 FI-54390 Pulsa FINLAND.

E-mail: oh5zz@sral.fi
Internet: http://dig.dl3no.de/w-dig-r.html

Rewrite-4/5/17


Dimitrovgrad Diploma

This award is established in 2012 in honor of 40th anniversary of the renaming the town of Dimitrovgrad, in the Ulyanovsk Region. Dimitrovgrad (previously called Melekess) is a city in Russia, the administrative center Melekessky district of Ulyanovsk region, located on the left bank of the Kuibyshev reservoir at the confluence of the Cheremshan River.The current name of the city was made on June 15, 1972 in honor of Bulgarian communist Georgi Dimitrov anti-fascist.

Earn 40 points by contacting radio stations in the following cities/RDA Districts:
     a. Dimitrovgrad (UL-06),
     b. Melekessky region (UL-14) and
     c. Novomalyklinskogo region (UL-16).

Each contact on the HF bands = 5 points and on VHF =10 points. Special commemorative stations =20 points on the HF and 40 points on VHF. Veterans of the Great Patriotic War need just one QSO. Contacts on or after 1 Jan 2012.  The same station may be worked on different bands or modes (SSB, CW, RTTY, BPSK31, BPSK63, BPSK125, JT65) for award credit. No use of repeaters.  Stations located in the RDA areas listed above may receive the award for making at least 400 QSOs on HF or 40 on VHF. SWL OK on same terms.

Fee for the award is 100 Rubles for Russians, neighboring countries $US4 or 2 IRC, and for all others $US5 or 3 IRC. Veterans certificate issued free. Send log extract showing all the basic data of the QSOs and sent to the email address of the manager's diploma: ua4lb@mail.ru

or contact: Yashikhin Valery V., 433510, Dimitrovgrad, ul. Pobedy, 18-43, Russia.

E-mail: ua4lb@mail.ru 

Tks QRZ.ru 2/16/12


DOLPHINS RADIO CLUB Series---

General Requirements:   The club issues a series of awards that are available to all radio amateurs. This series of certificates issued by the general conditions for all.
All of the awards are available to members AT NO CHARGE as digital images which are sent by e-mail.
The awards are very colorful and well designed to complement their topic.
Contacts on or after 1 January 2000 using all bands and modes.
Award fee for non-members for each Laminated award is 7 IRC or 7 EUR.
Members may apply by e-mail and all others may apply to: Valentin V. Lukashov RK6AX, PO Box '77, Sochi, Russia 254200.

E-mail: rk6ax@mail.ru 
Internet: http://dolphins49.jimdo.com/

 

ALL AFRICA Award Series

Consists of 6 different awards, all with different designs. Make 2-way contact with 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 different African countries.

 

ALL OCEANIA Award Series

Consists of 5 different awards, all with different designs. Make 2-way contact with 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 different Oceania countries

Country List:

1 3D2 Fiji
2 3D2 Conway Reef
3 3D2 Rotuma I.
4 4W Timor-Leste
5 5W Samoa
6 9M6,8 East Malaysia
7 A3 Tonga
8 C2 Nauru
9 DU-DZ Philippines
10 E5 North Cook Is.
11 E5 South Cook Is.
12 FK New Caledonia
13 FK/C Chesterfield Is.
14 FO Austral Is.
15 FO French Polynesia 
16 FO Marquesas Is
17 FW Wallis & Futina Is
18 H4 Solomon Is.
19 H40 Temotu Province
20 JD1 Minami Torishima

21 KH0Mariana Is.
22 KH1 Baker & Howland Is.
23 KH2 Guam
24 KH3 Johnston I.
25 KH4 Midway I.
26 KH5 Palmira & Jarvis Is.
27 KH5K Kingman Reef
28 KH6,7 Hawaii
29 KH7K Kure I.
30 KH8 American Samoa
31 KH8S Swains I.
32 KH9 Wake I.
33 P2 Papua New Guinea
34 T2 Tuvalu
35 T30 West Kiribati
36 T31 Central Kiribati
37 T32 East Kiribati
38 T33 Banaba Is.
39 V6 Micronesia
40 V7 Marshall Is.

41 V8 Brunei Darussalam
42 VK Australia
43 VK0 Macquarie I.
44 VK9C Cocos-Keeling Is.
45 VK9L Lord Howe I.
46 VK9M Mellish Reef
47VK9N Norfolk I.
48 VK9W Willis I.
49 VK9X Christmas I.
50 VP6 Pitcairn I.
51 VP6 Ducie I.
52 YB-YH Indonesia
53 YJ Vanuatu
54 ZK2 Niue
55 ZK3 Tokelau Is.
56 ZL-ZM New Zealand
57 ZL7 Chatham Is.
58 ZL8 Kermadec Is.
59 ZL9 Auckland & Campbell Is.

 

ALL SOUTH AMERICA

Consists of 5 different awards, all with different designs. Make 2-way contact with 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 27 South America countries.

Country List:

1 CE CHILE
2 CE0 EASTER IS
3 CE0 JUAN FERNANDES
4 CE0 SAN FELIX
5 CP BOLIVIA
6 CX URUGUAY
7 FY FRENCH GUYANA
8 HC ECUADOR
9 HC8 GALAPAGOS
10 HK COLOMBIA

11 HK0 MALPELO IS
12 LU ARGENTINA
13 OA PERU
14 PJ2-4-9 CURACAO
15 PY BRAZIL
16 PY0F FERNAND DE NORONHA IS
17 PY0S SPEDRO E SÃO PAULO IS
18 PZ SURINAME
19 VP8 FALKLAND IS
20 VP8 SOUTH GEORGE IS

21 VP8 SOUTH ORKNEY IS
22 VP8 SOUTH SANDWICH IS
23 VP8 SOUTH SHETLAND IS
24 YV VENEZUELA
25 ZP PARAGUAY
26 8R1 ENGLISH GUYANA
27 9Y TRINIDADE E TOBAGO

 

Contact Russians On The Bands

Contact Russians located in 50 different Regions of the country on different bands. Russia is divided into 46 provinces, 21 republics, 4 autonomous okrugs, 9 krays, 2 federal cities, and 1 autonomous oblast for a total of 83 different "regions" for this award. There are separate awards offered for each of the 5 HF bands 1.8, 3.5, 7, 14, 21, 28 plus one for 5-band accomplishment. Similarly, there are separate awards for the WARC Bands, 10, 18, and 24MHz plus one for all three bands. The top level of the award is for contacting 50 different Regions on each of the 9 HF/WARC bands combined. A total of 11 awards are possible. All modes OK.

Russian Regions (From the CIA Factbook)

1. Oblasts: Amur , Arkhangel'sk, Astrakhan', Belgorod, Bryansk, Chelyabinsk, Irkutsk, Ivanovo, Kaliningrad, Kaluga, Kemerovo, Kirov, Kostroma, Kurgan, Kursk, Leningrad, Lipetsk, Magadan, Moscow, Murmansk, Nizhniy Novgorod, Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Orenburg, Orel, Penza, Pskov, Rostov, Ryazan', Sakhalin, Samara, Saratov, Smolensk, Sverdlovsk, Tambov, Tomsk, Tula, Tver', Tyumen', Ul'yanovsk, Vladimir, Volgograd, Vologda, Voronezh, Yaroslavl'.

2. Republics: Adygeya, Altay, Bashkortostan, Buryatiya, Chechnya, Chuvashiya, Dagestan, Ingushetiya, Kabardino-Balkariya, Kalmykiya, Karachayevo-Cherkesiya, Kareliya, Khakasiya, Komi, Mariy-El, Mordoviya, North Ossetia, Sakha, Tatarstan, Tyva, Udmurtiya

3. Autonomous okrugs: Chukotka, Khanty-Mansi, Nenets, Yamalo-Nenets.

4. Krays: Altay, Kamchatka, Khabarovsk, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Perm', Primorskiy, Stavropol', Zabaykal'sk.

5. Federal Cities: Moscow, Saint Petersburg.

6. Autonomous oblast: Yevrey.

                                                                                                                                      Diploma Coastal Regions of Russia


Contact at least 15 Russian regions which have access to the sea-coast.

List of the Coastal Regions of Russia

(The number / letter combination part of Russian call signs stands for the call area and first letter of suffix. (For example UA1AB, RK1AAX, R1AA all stand for stations in the oblast of St. Petersburg.)

1A, 1B St.Petersburg
1C, 1D Leningradskaya oblast
1O Arkhangelskaya oblast
1P Nenetsky Autonomous Okrug
1Z Murmanskaya oblast
2F, 2K Kaliningradskaya oblast
6A, 7A; 6B, 7B; 6C, 7C; 6D, 7D Krasnodarsky Kray
6L, 7L; 6M, 7M; 6N, 7N Rostovskaya oblast
6U, 7U Astrakhanskaya oblast
8K, 9K Yamalo-Nenetsky Autonomous Okrug
0A, 0B, 0H Krasnoyarsky Kray
0C Khabarovsky Kray
0F [?] Sakhalinskaya Oblast
0I Magadanskaya oblast
0K Chukotsky Autonomous Okrug
0L [?, N] Primorsky Kray
0Q Yakutiya
0X Kamchatsky Kray (??: Koryaksky Autonomous Okrug)
0Z Kamchatsky Kray (??: Kamchatskaya oblast)

 

Award Program "Kuban"

Award program"KUBAN" is approved by DRC «DOLPHINS» for contacts with amateur radio stations all modes and bands including WARC on or after 1 January 2000. All contacts must be with different stations. SWK OK. Applications for the "KUBAN" award program should be submitted as a log extract. Applications may be submitted in paper or electronic form. Files in txt, doc, xls, cbr formats are accepted. All other conditions follow the General Requirements at the beginning of this listing.

 

Diploma Kuban On The Air"

Contact at least 100 QSOs with amateur radio stations in Krasnodar Krai.

 

Diploma Work Districts of Kuban

Contact 40 administrative districts (as listed in the Russian Districts Award (RDA) of the Krasnodar Territory in the list RDA.

Krasnodarsky Kraj (KR) UA6A

KRASNODAR DISTRICTS
KR-01 ZAPADNY
KR-02 KARASUNSKY
KR-03 PRIKUBANSKY
KR-04 CENTRALNY

NOVOROSSISK DISTRICTS
KR-05 VOSTOCHNY
KR-06 PRIMORSKY
KR-07 CENTRALNY

SOCHI AREAS
KR-08 ADLERSKY
KR-09 LAZAREVSKY
KR-10 HOSTINSKY
KR-11 CENTRALNY

CITIES
KR-12 ANAPA
KR-13 ARMAVIR
KR-15 GELENDZHIK
KR-16 GORYACHIJ KLJUCH

AREAS
KR-24 ABINSKY AREA /incl. ABINSK/
KR-26 APSHERONSKY AREA /incl. APSHERONSK, HADYZHENSK/
KR-27 BELOGLINSKY AREA
KR-28 BELORECHENSKY AREA /incl. BELORECHENSK/
KR-29 BRJUHOVETSKY AREA
KR-30 VYSELKOVSKY AREA
KR-31 GUL'KEVICHSKY AREA /incl. GUL'KEVICHI/
KR-32 DINSKOJ AREA
KR-33 EJSKY AREA /incl. EJSK/
KR-34 KAVKAZSKY AREA /incl. KROPOTKIN/

KR-35 KALININSKY AREA
KR-36 KANEVSKY AREA
KR-37 KORENOVSKY AREA /incl. KORENOVSK/
KR-38 KRASNOARMEJSKY AREA
KR-39 KRYLOVSKY AREA
KR-40 KRYMSKY AREA /incl. KRYMSK/
KR-41 KURGANINSKY AREA /incl. KURGANINSK/
KR-42 KUSHCHEVSKY AREA
KR-43 LABINSKY AREA /incl. LABINSK/
KR-44 LENINGRADSKY AREA
KR-45 MOSTOVSKY AREA
KR-46 NOVOKUBANSKY AREA /incl. NOVOKUBANSK/
KR-47 NOVOPOKROVSKY AREA
KR-48 OTRADNENSKY AREA
KR-49 PAVLOVSKY AREA
KR-50 PRIMORSKO-AHTARSKY AREA /incl.                      PRIMORSKO-AHTARSK/
KR-51 SEVERSKY AREA
KR-52 SLAVYANSKY AREA /incl. SLAVJANSK-NA-KUBANI/
KR-53 STAROMINSKY AREA
KR-54 TBILISSKI AREA
KR-55 TEMRJUKSKY AREA /incl. TEMRJUK/
KR-56 TIMASHEVSKY AREA /incl. TIMASHEVSK/
KR-57 TIHORETSKY AREA /incl. TIHORETSK/
KR-58 TUAPSINSKY AREA /incl. TUAPSE/
KR-59 USPENSKY AREA
KR-60 UST'-LABINSKY AREA /incl. UST'-LABINSK/
KR-61 SHCHERBINOVSKY AREA

NOVOROSSISK DISTRICTS
KR-65 NOVOROSSIJSKY
KR-66 YUZHNY


Diploma Work Prefixes of Kuban

ontact at least 20 different prefixes of call stations of the Krasnodar Krai.

 

Diploma Around the Black Sea.

Contact at least 20 locations from 7 countries, all of which are located on the Black Sea in the following countries: UA,UR,UU.YO,LZ,TA,4L

New 8/4/13


Don Cossak Community Series

General Requirements: Contacts must be on or after 1 January 1991. The group is interested in establishing contact with other amateurs having roots in the Don region and other cossak communities. All bands and modes. GCR list and fee of 10 IRCs for ATAMAN and 6 IRCs for QUIET DON. Apply to: ARDC "Don", PO Box 109, Volgograd 400066, Russia.

(TKS UA4AM)(92)

Ataman Certificate

Contact members of the Don Association. CIS stations need 10, Europe 5, all others 3.

Members: U4AA UA4AAA AC AM AS AL AO AH AU ANO AJD AAV ACZ ABK AFZ ALU UW4AK UV4AB UA4BI BD BP BT RA4AR AG AF U6AS U6DM UA6LK U5MA UB5ZA ZC U3QC UA0KG UA6LU U6UF RA6LU U3IC U4IL U3EE UV3HD RA6LA UA1FA RA4AA UA4AAP UA4AAI ATE AQY UA6ADP UA4AIL ARX AMG RA4AAT UW4AB UA4ABC AHT UA6LEU UA4AFH UV6LFR UA6LFC RA6LBC UA6LNQ RA4AK UV6LIC UA3RGU UA4ARG AFL UA6HFY RV6LQ AFG UW3CM RA4CEQ UA3ZTT UV6UV RA0BR UO5OCM RW6LD RA4AED UA4AQS UA4AKQ.

The Quiet Don

Contact members of the Don Association. The following points are required: USSR needs 100, Europe - 50, all others 20. Each contact with a member = 1 point. Contact with UZ6LHN = 2.


DYMKA Award

Sponsored by radioamateurs of Kirovskaya oblast. The award is devoted to handicraft industry of Russia. Dymka – dymkovskaya igrushka (toys) - is the most famous earthenware made in Russia. This began in the 15th century in the village of Dykovo near Vyatka city (now Kirov city). Make 15 QSO’s with HAM’s from Kirov and Kirovskaya oblast using all bands and modes. Repeated contacts with the same station are valid as long as they are made on different bands. The diploma may also be earned for 5 QSO’s with the same station, working from 5 different RDAs on one band. Contacts on and after March 1 2008. SWL OK. Send a log extract and fee of 100 roubles (Russia) or 6 IRC’s for all others. Apply to: BAGHIN Oleg Sergeyevich, P.O.Box 431, KIROV, 610035, RUSSIA.

E-mail: uw4nx@qrz.ru

Tks RA1AE 5/20/08


Engineering Armies - 300 Years Diploma

Established by the Armed Forces Amateur Radio Union (AFARU) and military_engineering Academy of the V.V. Kuibyshevs in honor of 300 years of education of Army Engineers by Peter I.. Contact members of the AFARU earning a total of 300 points. Each member = 8 points. Each contact with a club station = 12. Each QSO with a veteran of the Great Patriotic War (WWII) = 16. Each contact with veteran of GPW connected to the Army Engineers = 20. Each contact with special stations of the AFARU = 30. Contact with special station UE3AIW is Mandatory and is worth 50 points. Each contact with an amateur graduate of the Military_Engineering Academy = 50. 160 meter QSO point values are doubled. On VHF, only 15 QSOs are needed. All contacts must be different. Valid contacts only during days of activity of the AFARU. All bands and modes. QSOs after 1 Jan 2001. Check with award manager for current fees. SWL OK. GCR list to Pavel V. Bogatyryov RX3AMG, PO Box 187, Moscow 129346 Russia.

E_mail: pv@radioma.ru  WWW: http://www.qsl.net/afaru  Amateurs who are connected to Army Engineers: EU1FY EW2CE RA3ADK RA3MI RV3BC RX3ANE RZ3FP U5RK UA3PON UA4HGG UA0LHB/1 UR5ASM UT2UQ.

Holders of this basic award are eligible for additional special endorsements as follows:

    Peter I Sticker    

    D.M. Karbyshev Sticker

    Military Engineering Academy of the V.V. Kuibyshevs Sticker

Each requires the earning of 50 additional points based on the scale above. Contact sponsor for details.

Tks RN3FX 2/01 


RUSSIAN POET'S HOMELAND S. A. Esenin

Sponsored by the Ryazan Regional Branch of the RAF to honor the memory of the great Russian poet - S.A. Esenin. In 1916, Yesenin published his first book of poems, Ritual for the Dead (Radunitsa, Russian). Through his collections of poignant poetry about love and the simple life, he became one of the most popular poets of the day. His short life ended at the age of 30, in 1925.

The award may be earned by any licensed operator or SWL. who presents evidence of holding QSOs (or SWL) with amateurs from the Ryazan region and earns the 30 points needed for the award. The 30 points are equal the number of full years of life of the great Russian poet - Sergei Aleksandrovich Esenin ( 03/10/1895 - 12/28/1925).

Each QSO with a station of the Ryazan region = 1 point, and on the days of amateur radio activity of the Ryazan region (from 01 October to 7 October each year) = 3 points. Look for UA3S, RA3S, RV3S, etc. prefixes. Contacts on his birthday (October 3) = three QSOs with radio stations from the Ryazan region.  Repeat contacts are allowed on different bands and different modes. The operator or club can use any legal call sign. Contacts may be made from any QTH in one country on the list of DXCC. SWL reports are accepted as confirmed QSO. The Award Manager reserves the right to spot check of a QSO for compliance.

Awards are issued in electronic or print form at the request of the applicant. The electronic certificate is issued free of charge in a high-quality JPG - format and sent to the applicants by e-mail. Holders of themselves can print them with a high quality printer. Send QSO data to awardsrro@mail.ru

To receive a printed award by mail, send in hard copy application on the basis of an log extract, certified by a hobbyist, and together with a copy of the receipt of payment (postal) sent to the address of the award manager. Payment should be made by postal order diploma to the Award Manager (see below) in the sum of:
a. For radio amateurs Russia = 150 rubles.;
b. For radio amateurs from CIS countries = 240 rubles.

Address of the award manager: Sergey V. Alyushin, RV3SBS, ul. Zagorodnaya 12-43, Ryazan 390047, Russia.

E-mail: awardsrro@mail.ru

Internet: http://www.srr-ryazan.ru http://rv3sbs.jimdo.com
Tks QRZ.ru http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2476.html

5/12


Far Water Diploma

Sponsored by the "Far Water" Radio Club of Nakhodka, Siberia.  Contact 5 or more club members on or after 1 July 2007.  All bands and modes.  Each station may only be contacted one time.  Any QSO with a Jubilee, Special Event Station or the Club Station RK0LXX may substitute for a missing member.  SWL OK.   Send GCR list and fee of $US2 to: Dmitry Leonidovich Lakhtionov UA0LQJ, PO Box 119, Nakhodka-6, 692906, Russia.

Club members: 

IK2DUW   RA3DEJ   RA9JM   RA0CKK  CL   LGG  LHE  LHH  LHK  LHL  RK6JS   RN4HAT   RN0QQ   RU3NCW   RU6UR   RW0LIF  UM
UA9CGL   UA0CMO  LHG  LHH  LID  LQJ  LSY  LTE   LW  NM   UT5UKA   UY5AP.

Internet: http://rk-farwater.narod.ru
E-mail: ua0lqi@mail.ru 

Tks RA1AE 4/22/08


The Fatherland Diploma

Sponsored by the Armed Forces Amateur Radio Union (AFARU) of the Russian Federation.  Contact members of the AFARU and earn a total of 100 points. Each contact with individual station = 1 point. Each contact with club station = 2 point. Each contact with veteran of the GPW = 3 points. Contacts on 160 meters require total of 50 points. For veterans of the GPW enough 25 points. All contacts must be different. All bands and modes. SWL OK Contacts after 1 Feb 1996. Members list of the AFARU available from award manager or president RK3BJ Sergej V. Smirnov, P. O. Box 31, Moscow, 129221, Russia. GCR list and fee of $US2 to: Vyacheslav S. Grigoryev RK3DN, P. O. Box 122, Yubileynyj_2, 141080, Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia.

Tks RN3FX 3/01


Vasily FEDOROV Award

Sponsored by the Radioclub SIBIRIA in memory of the great Russian poet Vasily Dmitriyevich Fedorov, born in Maryevka village in Yaysky district of Kemerovskaya onlast.  Points to earn the award increase by one with the base year 2007 requiring 89 points, in 2008 - 90 points and so forth. Points are earned by contacting members of SIBIRIA club.

Point value:
a. QSOs with club members = 10 points (RZ9UF, UA9UVB, RW9UDS, RA9UBZ, UA9UPM, RA9UNY, RW9UAO, RW9UDU, RA9UVF, RW9UPF, UA9UCU, UA9UHG, RW9UGR, RA9UMV, RW9UDX),
b. QSOs with club stations RZ9UZV, RA9UWD = 15 points,
c. QSOs with special event stations UE9UWF, UE9UYY = 30 points.
d. On February 21, 22 and 23 (Feb 23 - birthday of the poet) point values are doubled.

Veterans of WWII need only 3 QSOs with SIBIRIA club members, and there is no charge for veterans. All bands and modes. Points must be earned in any calendar year on and after Jan 1 2002. Valid stations may be contacted for credit on different bands. SWL OK. Send log extract and fee of $US4 to: Victor Alexandrovich Sideltsev , P.O. Box 1, Radioclub, YAYA, Kemerovskaya oblast, 652100, Russia.

E-mail: ra9uwd@kemtel.ru

Tks RA1AE 2/2007


---Fifth Ocean Club Series---

Sponsored by the Fifth Ocean (Pyaty Okean) Radio Club of the Russian Federation. Contact members of "The Fifth Ocean" amateur's radioclub on or after April 4 1992. Round table - every Sunday at 10.00 Moscow time on 14.280 MHz.

E-Mail: ua3adx@list.ru

Internet: http://www.flyham.net (corrected)
Rules and Images of all diplomas are shown at: http://www.flyham.net and  http://www.flyham.net/diploms.html  .

1. The Fifth Ocean Club Diploma = 25 points. 
2. The Take Off Diploma = 25 points.

Note: This group now offers 35 or more awards, all on the theme of civilian and military Russian aircraft . 
The existing set of rules below was only the start.  
GOOGLE translations are available for all the pages. 
Ted 4/9/17

Point Schedule:
Each contact on 1,8 MHz, 28 MHz or VHF bands = 5 points.
Each contact on other bands = 1 point.
Each contact with callsign .../am = 5 points.
For contacts during the days of activity these point values are doubled.

The same station may be contacted on different bands and different mode for credit. All bands and modes. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of $US3 to: Zamura Victir Nikolayevich, UA3DHU, Sirenevy boulevard, 5 - 116, TROITSK, Moscow region, 142190, Russia.

Round table - every Sunday at 10.00 Moscow time on 14.280 MHz.

After you have earned the first 2 awards, you may apply for the following:

3. The TU-95 MS "Russian Bear" Diploma = 25 points + 2 QSO with the club members, flight (past of fly) on Tupolev's buro planes.
Club members:  4Z5GU, M0RUS, R3AR, RA3ABS, RA3ALK, RA3SQ, RA6FID, RA6UE, RA9OU, RK0UK, RK3BJ, RN3FS, RN6MC, RU1AS, RU3ACI, RU3AO, RU3VT, RU9WW, RV3ACB, RV3AK, RV3AKQ, RV3ALL, RV3AN, RV3TJ, RW3BO, RX0AA, RX3AOE, RZ6HU, U1BB, U3FB, U3UK, U5DQ, U6HU, UA0LQQ, UA1AAE, UA3ADX, UA3AIC, UA3DCV, UA3DHV, UA4LD, UA6FZ, UA9MC, UA9VI, UA9XQ, UR0YC, UR4HP, UR5ZIB, UT1LX, UU3JO, UX1LC, UY1IA.

4. The Polar Aviation Diplome = 25 points (2 QSO with stations north of the Polar Circle - 5 points each + 10 QSO's with "The Fifth Ocean" amateur's radioclub members. 
5. The AN-2 Sky Worker Diploma = 25 points + 2 QSO's with the club members, flight on AN-2 planes 
Club members: 4L6FU, LZ2KO, R3AR, RA3FB, RA3SG, RA3XE, RN3ZR, RU3DG, RU6FP, RU6UO, RV6LMG, RV9CQ, RW3DBM, RW6HW, RW6YZ, RX3AOE, RZ6FW, UA0KDU, UA3ADX, UA3AV, UA3DND, UA3QJT, UA3YPS, UA4CU, UA6FZ, UA6MK, UA9HJ, UA9MC, UN7IN, UR3HC, UR4HP.

6. The Flying Radioman Diploma = 25 points, minimum 10 members, 5 of them - radiomen on board or gunners-radiomen 
Club members: 4Z5GU, DF5FIR, DL1BRA, DL2RTC, ER2G, EY8AN, R3AR, R9UM, RA0BK, RA3GCD, RA9OU, UA3DPN, RD3FS, RK3DHD, RK4HC, RN6MC, RU1AS, RU3AO, RU4HP, RU4HZ, RV3AKQ, RV3AM, RV3FD, RW3BO, RW3DET, RW4HR, RX0AA, RX3AST, RX3ON, RX9DC, RZ3AP, RZ3DK, U3FB, U5CA, U6HU, UA0ACT, UA1DU, UA1ZJJ, UA3AIC, UA3AV, UA3DHV, UA3GC, UA3GU, UA3UCL, UA3UNL, UA4LD, UA4LS, UA4OI, UA6AJD, UA6MC, UA9APA, UA9HJ, UA9VI, UA9XEA, UA9YTN, UR0YC, UR5YV, UR5ZCO, US5CS, UT2LC, UT3RA, UU3JO, UX1LC, UX1LL, UY1IA.

7. The AN-124 RUSLAN Diploma = 25 points + minimum 2 members flight crew (previous flyers) on Antonov Buro aircraft.
Members, flight on AN planes: 4L6FU, DJ1CQ, EV6C, LY1FF, LZ2KO, R3AR, RA0BK, RA3FB, RA3GCD, RA3SG, RA3TAI, RA3XE, RA4CAO, RA4CE, RA6FID, RA6FK, RK0UK, RK3DHD, RK4HC, RN3DA, RN3ZR, RN6MC, RU1AS, RU3AO, RU4HZ, RU6FP, RU6UO, RV3AKQ, RV3ALL, RV3AM, RV3YR, RV9CQ, RW0BM, RW3DBM, RW3DET, RW4HF, RW6HW, RW6YZ, RX3AOE, RX3ON, RX9DC, RZ3BJ, RZ6FW, U1BB, UA0KDU, UA1ODK, UA3ABM, UA3ADX, UA3AV, UA3DFS, UA3DND, UA3QJT, UA3UNL, UA3WZ, UA3YPS, UA3ZHA, UA4CU, UA4LD, UA4LS, UA6HIM, UA6MC, UA6MK, UA9APA, UA9CDA, UA9HAB, UA9HJ, UN7IN, UN7RC, UN7SAE, UN7SB, UR0YC, UR3HC, UR3LDM, UR3LDN, UR4HP, UR5LMD, UR5RMN, UR5YV, US4LR, UT1LX, UT2LC, UT8LL, UX1LC, UX1LL, UX1LQ, UY7IO.

8. The AN-225 Mriya Diploma = 25 points + minimum 2 members, flight crew(previous flyers) on Antonov Bureau planes.
Members, flight on AN planes: 4L6FU, DJ1CQ, EV6C, LY1FF, LZ2KO, R3AR, RA0BK, RA3FB, RA3GCD, RA3SG, RA3TAI, RA3XE, RA4CAO, RA4CE, RA6FID, RA6FK, RK0UK, RK3DHD, RK4HC, RN3DA, RN3ZR, RN6MC, RU1AS, RU3AO, RU4HZ, RU6FP, RU6UO, RV3AKQ, RV3ALL, RV3AM, RV3YR, RV9CQ, RW0BM, RW3DBM, RW3DET, RW4HF, RW6HW, RW6YZ, RX3AOE, RX3ON, RX9DC, RZ3BJ, RZ6FW, U1BB, UA0KDU, UA1ODK, UA3ABM, UA3ADX, UA3AV, UA3DFS, UA3DND, UA3QJT, UA3UNL, UA3WZ, UA3YPS, UA3ZHA, UA4CU, UA4LD, UA4LS, UA6HIM, UA6MC, UA6MK, UA9APA, UA9CDA, UA9HAB, UA9HJ, UN7IN, UN7RC, UN7SAE, UN7SB, UR0YC, UR3HC, UR3LDM, UR3LDN, UR4HP, UR5LMD, UR5RMN, UR5YV, US4LR, UT1LX, UT2LC, UT8LL, UX1LC, UX1LL, UX1LQ, UY7IO.

9. The TU-104 - First Passenger Jet Diploma = 25 points + minimum 2 members, flight crew (previous flyers) on Tupolev Bureau planes.
Members, flight on TU planes: 4Z5GU, M0RUS, R3AR, RA3ABS, RA3ALK, RA3SQ, RA6FID, RA6UE, RA9OU, RK0UK, RK3BJ, RD3FS, RN6MC, RU1AS, RU3ACI, RU3AO, RU3VT, RU9WW, RV3ACB, RV3AK, RV3AKQ, RV3ALL, RV3AN, RV3TJ, RW3BO, RX0AA, RX3AOE, RZ6HU, U1BB, U3F?, U3UK, U5DQ, U6HU, UA0LQQ, UA1AAE, UA3ADX, UA3AIC, UA3DCV, UA3DHV, UA3DPN, UA4LD, UA6FZ, UA9MC, UA9VI, UA9XQ, UR0YC, UR4HP, UR5ZIB, UT1LX, UU3JO, UX1LC, UY1IA.

10. The Helicopter Aviation Diploma = 25 points + minimum 1 member, flight crew (previous flyers) of helicopters.
Members-helicopterers: RA0BK, RA1ZM, RA1ZY, RA6FD, RA6FK, RA9LY, RK4HC, RN3DA, RU3DG, RU3VR, RU4HP, RU6UO, RU6FP, RV3DUC, RV3FD, RV3ZX, RV9CQ, RW3AH, RW3DBM, RW9JS, RX0AA, RZ6AIJ, U5CA, UA1CAK, UA1JC, UA1ZJJ, UA3AV, UA3DHU, UA3UCL, UA9HJ, UA9JMA, UA9XEA, UA0CQJ, UR7UT, UR0HL, UR0YC, US0NZ, UT1LX, UT5MN, UT5RL, US4LQL, YL2PS.

11. The All Air Fleet Diploma = 25 points + minimum 5 members of Civil Air Fleet + minimum 5 members of Air Forces + 1 member - sportsman, paratrooper (parachute jumper), planes constructor, aeronaut, Club station - member of Club. 
During the QSO applicant must ask his correspondent, what branch of aviation they belong to.

12.The Airforce Diploma = 25 points + 10 members who are military aviators. 
During the QSO applicant must ask the other station of he belongs to an airforce.

13. The SOYUZ-APOLLO Diploma = 25 points + obligatory 1 QSO with cosmonaut, astronaut, International Cosmic Station (MKS) or Flight Control Center (Russia). This one QSO = 5 points.
List of call signs (cosmonauts, astronauts, Clubs, ICS and CFCs: 7L2NJY, DB1KM, DB5PL, DD6CF, DF0VR, DF4TR, DG1KIH, DG1KIL, DG1KIM, DG2KM, DL0ISS, DL2MIR, DP0MIR, DP0SL, DP3MIR, ED4ISS, F5MIR, F6MIR, GB1MIR, KB4YSY, KB5AWP, KB5OHL, KB5SIL, KB5SIW, KB5SIX, KB5TZZ, KB5UAC, KB5UAH, KB5YSQ, KB5YSR, KC5ACR, KC5AXA, KC5BKT, KC5BTK, KC5CKM, KC5ETH, KC5FVF, KC5HBR, KC5HBS, KC5HBV, KC5KII, KC5MGA, KC5MGF, KC5OZX, KC5PNU, KC5RGF, KC5RGG, KC5RNI, KC5RNJ, KC5RSY, KC5TEU, KC5TIE, KC5TZQ, KC5VPF, KC5WKF, KC5WKG, KC5WKI, KC5WKJ, KC5WKK, KC5ZSU, KC5ZSV, KC5ZSW, KC5ZSX, KC5ZSY, KC5ZSZ, KC5ZTA, KC5ZTB, KC5ZTC, KC5ZTD, KC5ZTE, KC5ZTF, KC5ZTH, KC7NHZ, KD5AOS, KD5CHF, KD5DCB, KD5DXD, KD5DXE, KD5DZC, KD5DZE, KD5EDS, KD5EJZ, KD5ESI, KD5GSL, KD5JBP, KD5MDT, KD5MIJ, KD5OPQ, KD5PKY, KD5PKZ, KD5PLA, KD5PLB, KD5PNU, KD5TVP, KD5TVQ, KD5TVR, KD5VNP, KE4IQB, KE4RFI, KE5AIT, KE5BRW, KE5CGR, KE5DAR, KE5DAS, KE5DAT, KE5DAU, KE5DAV, KE5DAW, KE5DNI, KG6FZX, N3TQA, N4BQW, N5QWL, N5RAW, N5RAX, N5SCW, N5WQC, N5WQW, N5YYV, NA1SS, OE0MIR, ON1AFD, PE1LFO, PI9ESA, PI9ISS, R0MIR, R2MIR, R3K, R3MIR, RK3DUD, RK3DUG, RK3DUO, RK3DUP, RN3DT, RS0ISS, RV3DB, RV3DR, RV3DU, RV3FB, RW3FU, RZ3FK, RZ3FT, RZ3FU, U1MIR, U2MIR, U3MIR, U4MIR, U5MIR, U6MIR, U7MIR, U8MIR, U9MIR, UZ3AK, VA3CSA, VA3OOG, VK5MIR, W0ORE, W4NYZ, W5LFL, W5RAP, W5RRR, WA4SIR, WB0QMZ. 

(Updated: 30.11.05).

14. Flight through the years: The IL-28 Bomber

The "Planes of Experimental Design Bureau of Ilyushin S. V." series of the award program of the Fifth Ocean club includes the diploma "Flight through years". It is devoted to the Il-28 bomber.   The diploma is issued only if you have already earned the club’s two basic diplomas – "The Fifth Ocean" and "Take-off" of the second edition. Refer to the Russian section of the K1BV DX Awards Directory for rules.

Requirements
For obtaining the diploma "Flight through years" you will need to earn 25 points and to carry out, at least, 2 radio communications with the club members who were test pilots employed by the experimental design bureau of Ilyushin S. V. or those who served them on the earth (See list below).

Point values:
QSO’s with the club members on HF bands = 1 point,
VHF, 10 and 160 meters = 5 points,
If QSO was aeronautical mobile, the value is increased by 5 points. .
Repeated QSOs are allowed on different bands and modes.
During days and weeks of publicized special activity points double.
For QSO with the club members an in the mini-test of Fifth Ocean club 5 points are added.

QSOs since April 04, 1992 are OK for the award. .

The award is issued on the basis of a log extract or the report on participation in the minitest of Fifth Ocean club.

Diploma cost – 50 rubles for competitors from Russia and the neighboring countries and $US3 - for competitors from foreign countries. The cost of the diploma includes postage..

Club members flying planes of experimental design bureau of Ilyushin S. V. or ground staff are:   4Z5GU, DF5FIR, DL2RTC, ER2G, EV6C, EW8LL, EY8AN, LY4F, OK1LV, R3AR, R3DQ (ex: UA3DQ), RA1AGU, RA3AR (ex: RV3AKU), RA4AO, RA4CE, RA6F (ex: RA6FD), RA6FID, RD3FS, RK3DHD, RN3DA, RN3FS, RU3ACI, RV0AM, RV3D (ex: RV3FD), RV3AKQ, RV3AN, RU3FS, RV6LMG, RW3BO, RW3DET, RW4HR, RX0AA, RX3ON, RX9DC, RZ3AP, U5RC, U6HU, U7FA, U7GL, UA0ACT, UA1AAE, UA1DU, UA3ABM, UA3AIC, UA3AV, UA3DHV, UA3DJ (ex: UA3DJJ), UA3DND, UA3UNL, UA3ZHA, UA4LD, UA4LS, UA4OI, UA9CDA, UA9NS, UA9YTN, US4LR, UT1LC.

On the diploma "Flight through years" QSO (count 10 points for each one) with the club members who flew the Il-28 or ground staff serving them on the earth are: 4Z5GU (SK 26.01.2012), ER2G, UA3DHV, UA9YTN, US4LR and QSO with UT0LWR, UR4LWN, US4LWX.

Tks QRZ.ru 1/7/14


The First Cosmonaut Yuri A. Gagarin

Earn 100 points by working different UA3L stations in Oblast 155 after 1 January 1988. Contacts may be repeated on other bands for credit. Each QSO with Gagarin City = 50 points, other Oblast 155 = 20, and a QSO with RK1G = 100 points. (RK1G is active every year on 9 March, 12 April and 25 September). GCR list and fee of 8 IRCs to Award Manager, PO Box 35, Gagarin, Smolenskaya Oblast, 215010 Russia.


     ---Radioclub Gagarin Series —

General Requirements: Valid contacts on and after Jan 1 2009. Fee for each of the awards is: CIS countries $US2 or 3 IRC and for all others 5€ or 5 IRC. Send fee and GCR list to: Igor Vladimirovich POPOV RZ3LC, PO Box 35, Gagarin, 215010, RUSSIA.

E-mail: ua3lhc@mail.ru

                    STAR WAY Award

During one calendar year earn a 34 points which represents the short lifetime of the world’s first cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin.

Every QSO (SWL) with areas shown below = 1 point.
a. Smolenskaya oblast (UA3L)
b. Saratovskaya oblast (UA4C)
c. Vladimirskaya oblast (UA3V)
d. Orenburgskaya oblast (UA9S)
e. Murmanskaya oblast (UA1Z)
f. Baykonur rep. Of Kazakhstan (UN7)
g. Lyubertsy Moskovskaya oblast (UA3D, RDA MO-26).

A minimum of 5 territories must be worked. Mixed mode QSOs are permitted, repeated QSOs with the same station - on different bands. If all contacts are made on one band, point values are doubled. Contacts must be made on and after Jan 1 2009.

                    PIONEER OF COSMOS

During one calendar year earn 108 points representing the minutes Gagarin spent in cosmic space.

Points value:
a. HAMs from Smolenskaya oblast = 5 points;
b. HAMs from Gagarin city = 10 points;
c. QSO with special event stations RK1G, UE3LXG = 20 points.

Mixed mode QSOs are permitted, repeated QSOs with the same station - on different bands. For UA0, CIS and other foreign countries, point values are doubled. If all contacts are made on one band, points are also doubled.

                    NATIVE LAND OF THE FIRST COSMONAUT

During one calendar year make contacts (SWL) with three stations from Gagarin city in Smolenskaya oblast.

Current list of these stations: RK3LXG, RK1G, UE3LXG, RP3LPM, UA3LBF, UA3LHS, UA3LRG, UA3LRK, UA3LQR, UA3LSD, UA3LTJ, RV3LE, RZ3LC, RZ3LE.


First Oil of Russia

Europeans need 4 QSO's with Ukhta (UE9X) Special Stations UE50X.. = 2 QSO's. 
All others need 2 QSO's with Ukhta.

Look for special operations annually from 22 November till 31 December with special sticky label "..... years of Ukhta". GCR list and fee of 5 IRC to award manager: Victor I.Rochev UA9XEN, P.O.Box 253, 169400 Ukhta, Russia.

E-mail: ua9xen@sever.ru
Internet: http://dx.komi.ru/urc/rules_en.htm

Stations in Ukhta:
RA9: RA9XAX, RA9XDF, RA9XSC, RA9XSM;
RK9: RK9XWN;
RV9: RV9XD, RV9XM;
RX9: RX9XD, RX9XO;
UA9: UA9XA, UA9XAB, UA9XAI, UA9XAL, UA9XBD, UA9XBK, UA9XBO, UA9XBV, UA9XCH, UA9XCR, UA9XCT, UA9XDQ, UA9XDU, UA9XEA, UA9XEH, UA9XEN, UA9XET, UA9XFJ, UA9XFK, UA9XFS, UA9XFT, UA9XGN, UA9XHO, UA9XIL, UA9XIN, UA9XIO, UA9XIR, UA9XJL, UA9XJP, UA9XJU, UA9XJW, UA9XJX, UA9XK, UA9XKC, UA9XKQ, UA9XLO, UA9XLP, UA9XLY, UA9XMD, UA9XME, UA9XMF, UA9XMR, UA9XMS, UA9XMT, UA9XMU, UA9XQ, UA9XS, UA9XSJ, UA9XST.

Tks W3HF 3/02


FLAMINGO Award

The award is a Multicoloured silk pennant. Work amateurs from Voronezh oblast. Using the last letters of their callsigns, spell the word "FLAMINGO". For example: RW3QF, UA3QBL, RA3QA, RU3QM, RV3QI, RX3QIN, UA3QG, RN3OO. All bands, all modes, all dates. The callsigns UA3QAC, UA3QG, UA3QK, UA3QQ, RN3OS, RD3QG may substitute for any missed letter. SWL OK. Send GCR list and fee of $US2 to: Gribanov A.V., UA3QG, P.O. Box 26, Voronezh-30, 394030, Russia.

E-mail: nov@box.vsi.ru

Tks RA1AE 2/2007 


Flight of Friendship Award

The diploma was established in 2002 in honour of the 65th anniversary flight of crew of plane ANT-25 under the direction V.P.Tchkalov from Shchelkovo the Moscow area through North Pole to Vancouver, Washington, USA.

To earn the award, you should complete one of the following requirements:

1 QSO with amateurss in Shchelkovo and 1 QSO with Vancouver (Washington) or Portland (Oregon) USA.

Earn 66 points (in 2003) during the period from 16.06.2003 till 31.12.2003 for QSO with HAMs Shchelkovo and the Shchelkovo area, and also members of the Armed Forces Amateur Radio Union (AFARU) and members of the Club " Fifth Ocean ". Note that each following year requires one more point, so 2004 will need 67 points, etc.

Point Schedule:

RK3DYB - 20
R3DPD – 45 (it will be active with 18 - 20.06.2003)

RK3DYB, UA3DGP, RA3DPC, RD3DI, RV3DBG, RW3DIA, RV3DUT, RW3DN, UA3DJR, RZ3DFL, UA3DDH, UA3DUN, UA3FP, RZ3FB, RV3DSA, RZ3DK – 15 (including UE3DGQ - it will be active with 29 - 31.08.2003)

RA3DAG, RV3DOK, RU3DKD, RW3DVQ, RU3DNN, UA3DOY, RW3FY, U3EE, UA3DT, RA3DCI, RA3DPJ, RA3DJW, UA3DHC, RK3DZB, UA3DKR, RZ3FO, U4MIR, RA3DKY, RW3DVG -10

Members of AFARU and Club «Fifth Ocean »-1

During the period from June, 16 - 22 June, 2003 points, except for the QSO with R3DPD, are doubled.  Cost of the diploma: $US5, 5E or 10 IRC.  (for Russia and Ukraine - $US1(2 IRC); for the countries CIS - $US2 (4 IRC)  Award manager: Dmitriy Voronin RV3DUT, Box 230, SHCHYOLKOVO, Russia 141100. Ukraine applicants should send to: Michael Konjaev UR5ASM, u. Krasnoarmeyskaya 74-31, Akhirta-4, Sumy region, 42704 Ukraine.

E-mail: rv3dut@mail.ru, rv3dut@front.ru, rv3dut@qsl.net, ur5asm@sm.ukrtel.net

Tks RV3DUT 6/03


The Formidable Diploma

Sponsored by the RO CPP in the Chechen Republic of Russia.

The Formidable diploma is awarded for making QSOs with radio amateurs located in the Chechen Republic.

Requirements: Contact a total of 10 stations located within the Chechen Republic. Four of them must have been with amateurs living in the city/district of Grozny and six contacts within other regions of the republic.

According to the Russian District Award, the 6 contacts outside of Grozny will come from areas listed below:

CITIES
CN-06 ARGUN
CN-07 GUDERMES

AREAS
CN-10 SUNZHENSKY AREA
CN-11 ACHKHOJ-MARTANOVSKY AREA
CN-12 VEDENSKY AREA
CN-13 GROZNENSKY AREA
CN-14 GUDERMESSKY AREA
CN-15 ITUM-KALINSKY AREA
CN-16 KURCHALOJSKY AREA
CN-17 NADTERECHNYJ AREA
CN-18 NAURSKY AREA
CN-19 NOZHAJ-JURTOVSKY AREA
CN-20 URUS-MARTANOVSKY AREA /incl. URUS-MARTAN/
CN-21 SHATOEVSKY AREA
CN-22 SHALINSKY AREA /incl. SHALI/
CN-23 SHAROJSKY AREA
CN-24 SHELKOVSKOJ AREA

All bands and modes OK for the award, and all contacts should be made on or after 1-1-2010 .
The Diploma Terrible is sent in the form of an electronic file to your e-mail address.
The application should be in the form of a Word document attached to your e-mail.
No paper QSLs are needed.

E-mail: ra6pks@mail.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2931.html

Tks QRZ.ru 3/23/15


Gagarinskoe Pole Diploma


The diploma is recognizes the first manned space flight, by Cosmonavt Yuri A.Gagarin.
You must earn the award based on contacts that are made on April 12 of the current year till April 11 of the next year. The number of points required goes up by one for each year: for example if you begin, April 12, 2007 and end one year later on April 11, 2008 it is necessary to earn 46 points, for the 2008 - 2009 period, it is 47 points.

Point Values:
1. Contacts in Saratov, Engels(Saratov area), Gagarin(Smolensk area), Leninsk(Kazakhstan) = 2.
2. For radio communications established with radio stations,working from: Gagarin’s landing area, from the place of his death and special stationsl, devoted to space subjects, and contacts with radio club station RK4CXH = 5 points.
3. Contacts with collective radio stations of the Saratov area = 3 points, with individuals in the Saratov area = 1 points.
4.  with the members of Union of the radio amateurs of the Armed Forces = 2 points.
5. Contacts with ISS (International space station),  and earlier with the inhabitants of space station "MIR" and robot craft, and also radioamateur/astronauts making contacts from the earth’s surface = 10 points. (Any date may be used.)

Crossband contacts are OK, any band or mode. Same station may be contacted on different bands.
If all contacts are made on one band, point values are doubled. SWL OK.
Send log extract and fee of 130 roubles or equivalent for foreign stations to: Valeriy Viktorovich Bazhenov, PO Box 106, Engles-2, 413102 Saratov Area, Russia.

E-mail: ua4cgr@qrz.ru
Internet: http://ua4cgr.narod.ru/announcement.diplom.html
English http://ua4cgr.narod.ru/the.diloma.html

Tks PA3CUZ 4/24/08


Musa Gaisinovich Gareeva Award

Sponsored by the PO CRR for the Republic of Bashkortostan to honor the memory of the two-time Hero of the Soviet Union Musa Gaisinovich Gareeva.
Requirements: Earn the number of points that are equal to the number of years that have passed since the birth of MG Gareeva on June 9, 1922:

Point Values:
1. 5 points for stations resident in Ufa and Volgograd amateur radio stations.
2. 10 points for amateur radio stations who are members of the club "Fifth Ocean".
3. 15 points for amateur radio stations of the Republic of Bashkortostan, using special event call signs during the May annual memorial "Victory", celebrating the end of WWII..
4. 20 points for contacts with stations operating from the territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan Ilishevskogo district - the birthplace of MG Gareeva (RDA: BA-54).

QSOs (SWL) performed on any amateur bands and any legal mode. Repeated contacts (SWL) with the same station are counted separately on all bands and modes. Links (monitoring) must be made with no fewer than five different amateur radio stations.  Certificates are endorsed according to the modes used. Each radio amateur can earn a diploma using: the fjour modes of MIXED, CW, PHONE, DIGITAL. Endorsement also available for all QRP, QRPP when working with low power range.

The diploma is issued free and in paper and electronic form. Contact sponsor if you wish the printed version and they will advise postage cost to you. Applications should send list of stations and data in any form with the data, equally (observations) are sent to the chairman of the award committee RO CPP for the Republic of Bashkortostan Adgamova MH by e-mail: r9w.award@gmail.com .

Contacts on or after starting date of June 9, 2014.

E-mail: r9w.award@gmail.com
: http://r9w.qrz.ru/
Also: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2948.html

Tks QRZ.ru 6/2/15


"Grey Ural" Diploma

The Ural Mountains are known worldwide as one of the oldest mountains on our blue planet.. They are not as high as the Andes or those of Tibet. Scientists determine the age of the Ural mountain range more than 600 million years. The Ural Mountains are very rich in deposits of copper, titanium, magnesium, coal, granite, asbestos, marble, oil, bauxite and other minerals and earth products.

The Ural Mountains have long served as a rich storerooms and pantries for Russia. The Ural region is also attractive for tourism business. Already in the area of the Ural mountain range there are a large number of nature reserves and parks. The most significant of them: Vishera Reserve, the reserve "Denezhkin stone", and the Yugyd Vai National Park. Here are settling private fishing zones, recreation and recreational hiking trails.

Award Requirements: Earn at least 100 points out of six regions of Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk, Perm, Bashkir republic, Orenburg, and Kurgan beginning on 1/1/2015. Each contact made with stations of these regions = 2 points. A diploma will be issued in electronic format, based on your application by e-mail to: ra9avl@mail.ru

E-mail: ra9avl@mail.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/3007.html

Tks QRZ.ru 10/9/15


The Order of Glory 3rd Degree

Sponsored by the Lebedyansky Radio Club as a plaque to honor those cities of Russia which received the designation "Order of Glory" as a result of heroic actions during World War II.
To obtain the award it is necessary to contact stations, in those cities which earned this designation.

Requirements:
Radio amateurs from Europe need 15 cities.
Radioamateurs from Asia need 10 cities.
Valid contacts must have been made on or after 1/1/2006. All bands and modes OK.
SWL issued on similar terms.

Applications for the diploma may be made by e-mail to: r3gt@mail.ru . Send the award manager a log extract of the contacts used for the award. Make sure that you include your correct mailing address in the e-mail.
The cost of the diploma for Russian stations is 1900 rubles, including shipping within Russia.
The cost for former Soviet republics including shipping is 2600 rubles.
The cost for countries which are a part of the CIS is $US52.

E-mail: r3gt@mail.ru 
Internet: http://r3gt.ru
Also: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/643.html

List of cities of military glory and call sign of the memorial Victory-70:

1. Belgorod RP70B
2. Kursk RP70K
3. Eagle RP70O
4. Vladikavkaz RP70VL
5. Malgobek RP70MG
6. Rzhev RP70RZ
7. Elnya RP70EL
8. Elec RP70GE
9. Voronezh RP70W
1 0.Luga RP70LU
11.Polyarny RP70PL
12.Rostov-on-Don RP70RD
13.Tuapse RP70TP
14.Velikie Luke RP70WL
15.Veliky Novgorod RP70NV
1 6.Dmitrov RP70D
17.Vyazma RP70VA
18.Kronshtadt RP70KT
19.Naro-Fominsk RP70NF
20.Pskov RP70PD

 

21.Kozelsk RP70KS
22.Arhangelsk RP70A
23.Volokolamsk RP70WN
24.Bryansk RP70BR
25.Nalchik RP70N
26.Vyborg RP70VB
27.Kalach-on-Don RP70KD
28.Vladivostok RP70V
29.Tihvin RP70TO
30.Tver RP70TV
31.Anapa RP70AN
32.Kolpino RP70IT
33.Stary Oskol RP70SO
34.Kovrov RP70KO
35.Lomonosov RP70OP
36.Taganrog RP70TR
37.Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky RP70PK
38.Maloyaroslavets RP70MY
39.Mozhaysk RP70MV
40.Habarovsk RP70H


Solnechnaya Hakassiya (Sunny Hakassiya)

Sponsored by the Republic of Hakassiya Radio Sports Federation for making 10 QSOs with Hakassiya operators on HF  or just 1 on VHF.  All bands and modes.  No date limitations.  Send GCR list and fee of 5€, $US4 or 15 IRC to: Valery Mikhaylovich Yazovskiy, PO Box 391, Sovetskaya str., 179, Abakan, 655004, Russia. 

E-mail: rz0wwa@mail.ru 

Tks RA1AE 2/2007


Hi-Hi Award

Sponsored by radioamateurs of Petrozavodsk City of Republic of Karelia.  Work amateurs in any country who have callsign suffixes which are common abbreviations used on CW.  One stations with the "HI" suffix is mandatory.  Basic award = 10 different prefixes.  Three endorsements available:  20, 40 and 60 different prefixes.  All bands and modes.  Contacts on or after 1 Jan 1996.  SWL OK.  Check with manager for correct fee.  Apply with GCR list to:  Dmitriy P. Raykerus UA1NDX, PO Box 1010, Petrozavodsk, 185034, Republic of Karelia, Russian.

Valid suffixes:  ABT  ADR  AGN  ALL  AM  ANT  AR  AS  AT  BAD  BD  BK  BLG  BOX  BT  BUT  BY  CFM  CLG  CQ  CU  CUL  CW  DE  DR  DSW  DWN  DX  ES  EX  FB  FER  FOR  FM  FR  GA  GB  GD  GE  GL  GLD  GM  GMT  GN  GND  GOT  GUD  HAM  HF  HPE  HR  HRD  HW  ITU  KN  KW  LAT  LF  LID  LOG  LSB  LTR  LW  MHZ  MIN  MNI  MOM  MSG  MSK  MTR  NIL  NO  NOT  NR  NW  OK  OM  OP  OPR  PA  PM  PWR  PSE  RCV  RIG  RPT  RX  SK  SM  SUM  SN  SPB  SRI  SSB  STN  SWL  SWR  TKS  TKU  TNX  TO  TU  TVI  TX  TXT  UFB  UP  UR  URS  USB  UT  UHF  VFO  VHF  VIA  VY  WID  WKD  WLL  WRK  WW  WX  XYL  YES  YL  ZDR, etc. 

(Tks RN3FX)(8/2001) 


Worked High-Mountain Stations

Sponsored by the High Mountains DX Club for contacting stations on mountaintops (height of QTH more than 1000m) from different countries of the world.  
    1st Class = 15000 points including 2 DXCC countries.
    2nd Class = 25000 points including 4 DXCC countries.
    3rd Class = 50000 points including 6 DXCC countries.
    4th Class = 100000 points including 10 DXCC countries.
The number of points earned for each QSO equals the height of the station contacted.  Contacts with stations located on other continents receive double point value.  For QSO from high-mountain expeditions (temporary QTH), points are also doubled.  The same station may be contacted on different bands.  All HF bands and modes OK.  Contacts after 1 Jan 1980.  GCR list must include the specific QTH and height of the location of the station worked.  SWL OK.  Write in advance for current award fee.  Apply to: The High Mountains DX Club, PO Box 410, Korolev-10, 141070, Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia.

Internet: http://ns..tpi.ru/~ivham/3d.html 
(Tks RN3FX)( 8/2001)


Highest Mountains All Continents Award (HMAC)

Sponsored by the High Mountains DX Club. Contact stations in six countries, which contains the highest peaks of its continent. (1) Europe _ Karachaevo_Cherkessian Republic (RA...RZ6E, UA...UI6E) or Kabardino_Balkarian Republic (RA...RZ6X, UA...UI6X), (2) Asia _ Kingdom of Nepal (9N) or People's Republic of China (BA_BZ), (3) Africa _ Republic of Tanzania (5H_5I), (4) North America _ State of Alaska (AL7, KL7, NL7, WL7), (5) South America _ Argentine Republic (LO_LW), (6) Oceania _ Republic of Indoneia (YB_YH). Separate diplomas are issued for CW, SSB and mixed making all continents on 80 or 160 meters. All bands and modes. Contacts on or after 1 Jan 1980. SWL OK. Contact sponsor for current fee. Apply with GCR list to: The High Mountains DX Club, P. O. Box 410, Korolev_10, 141070, Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia.

WWW: http://ns.tpi.ru/~ivham/3d.html

Tks RN3FX 3/01


The High Mountains DX Club Award (HMDXCA)

Sponsored by The High Mountains DX Club. Contact members and DX_peditions of the High Mountains DX Club on or after 1 Jan 1990. . First class diploma reqiores 2 such contacts. Second class diploma = 5 contacts. Third class diploma = 15 contacts. The same station may be contacted on different bands for credit. All bands and modes. Check with manager for current fee. SWL OK. Apply to: The High Mountains DX Club, P. O. Box 410, Korolev_10, 141070, Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia.

URL : http://ns.tpi.ru/~ivham/3d.html

Members of the High Mountains DX Club _ EX2MM ex UM8MIR, EY4AA ex UJ8RA, EY8JJ ex UJ8JJ, RA3DUU, RA3DUT, RA4HTX, RA9WJV, RK1OWZ, ex UZ1OWZ, RK3AXX, RK3DWH ex UZ3DWH, RK6AZF ex UZ6AZF, RK6LK ex UZ6LN, RK9XWH, ex UZ9XWH, RN1NA, RN1NF, RW6HFQ ex UW6HFQ, RW6HMC, RW9YM ex UW9YM, RV3DDZ, RV4HA, RV6HPV ex UV6HPV, RX3DAZ ex UV3DAZ, RZ9OO ex UV9OO, RZ9WR ex UV9WR, UA1OMS, UA1OZ, UA6HCW, UA6HGB, UA6HIX, UA6HPR, UA6HPV, UA9QFI, UK8GA ex UI8GA, UK9GWA ex UI9GWA, UR5AMD ex UB5AMD, UU1JD ex RB5JP, UV3DCX, UW4HX, UW6HHW, UW6HWI, UZ9OWK, UA1_113_242, UA1_113_630, UA1_113_661, UA3_170_79.

Tks RN3FX 3/01


— Independent CW Club Series — ANAPA

General Requirements: These awards are sponsored by the "Independent CW Club" and are available to those meeting the requirements as shown here. All QSOs must have been conducted using the CW mode and on or after a beginning date of September 21, 2013. All bands OK. SWL OK. All QSOs must have been made with different stations of Anapa and Krasnodar Krai.
(Anapa is a town in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, located on the northern coast of the Black Sea near the Sea of Azov. Population: 58,990 (2010 Census).(

This series has four diplomas. Conditions of performance are identical at all, but increase in complexity as the level increases. Each diploma supplements the previous one.
If the requirements of the awards are satisfied using just one band, after the fourth diploma a package will be sent to the address of the competitor with all series plus a memorable gift about Anapa! (Payment will be required only to cover mailing costs.
Contacts made during contests call signs used for short term memorial purposes or to other actions aren't accepted.

Point Values:
a. QSO with RV6ANQ (leading station of club) = 10.
b. QSOs with stations in Anapa (RDA KR-12, KR-25) = 5.
c. Further - stations which have one of letters A, N or P in the call sign.
d. QSOs with the stations located along the Black Sea coast (RDA KR-05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 15, 23, 55, 58, 65, 66) = 2.
e. QSOs with Krasnodar Krai (RDA KR) = 1.

The RDA shown above stands for stations located within particular "Russian District Award" areas. Refer to http://rdaward.org/indexeng.htm for the RDA award, and complete RDA lists.

 

First diploma of "SINDIKA"

Earn 30 points. It is obligatory to carry out three QSOs with Anapa (RDA KR-12, KR-25).

Second diploma of "GORGIPPIYa"

Earn 50 points. It is obligatory to carry out five QSOs with Anapa (RDA KR-12, KR-25).

Third diploma of "MAPA"

Earn 75 points. It is obligatory to carry out seven QSOs with Anapa (RDA KR-12, KR-25).

Fourth diploma "ANAPA"

Earn 100 points. It is obligatory to carry out ten QSO with Anapa (RDA KR-12, KR-25).

E-mail: cq73@ya.ru
Internet: http://cqcw.ru/award3.html

Tks QRZ.ru 11/6/13


  -- Irkutsk Awards Group Series -- 

General Requirements: Sponsored by the Irkutsk Award Group.   Endorsements are available for each WARC band, any single amateur band, Modes (CW, SSB, Digital (SSTV, RTTY, PSK31, or Mixed), QRP (output power less than 5 watts) and QRPp (output power 0.5 watts or less.)   GCR list is accepted, but if you send cards, you must include sufficient postage for their return.

Apply to: Arkady Erbaev RZ0SB, PO Box 285, Irkutsk 664033, Russia.  SWL OK.  Fee information is found in each set of rules for different awards. 
BAIKAL applications to:
Sergey Sobolev - UA0SR, P.O. 323, Irkutsk, 664050, Russia 

Internet: http://www.awardgroup.org/ru/iag.html 

E-mail: rz0sb@angara.ru 

(Chg 1/2011)

 

1. Cities of Russia Awards 

Contact cities of Russia on or after 1 January 2005. Endorsements available for any single band, HF or VHF or for any single mode. Special endorsements available for contacts made by satellite, QRP (<5W) or QRPp (<0.5 watts).  Contacts having status of a city at the time of QSO are counted. All stations with ground stations, including mobile, or those on rivers and lakes are valid. All coutacts must have been made from your same call sign area, or if your country does not have call areas, then from the same country.  Application must contain QSO data, call sign, date, band mode, and the name of the Russian City and it’s respective number. GCR list and fee of 10E (plaque is 35E).  List of all eligible Russian cities and the official application form is found on their website.

     CORA100 - 1100

Contacts (SWL OK) amateurs in at least 100 cities of Russia. Separate awards issued for 200 through 1100 different cities.

     WACORA

Work All the Cities of Russia. Work each of the cities of Russia. The award is is a wooden plaque.

 

2. Time Zones Award

Contacts must be made on or after May 1, 2005. Only contacts with ground stations are valid. All QSOs should be made from the same time zone.  Supply list of contacts with complete QSO data in order by ascending time zone.
Cost of the diploma $US12, cost of endorsement is 2 IRC. Cost of the plaque is $US35. 

TZA


Time Zones Award contacting (SWL) HAMs in each one of 24 various time zones of the world. Twenty four QSOs in all.

TZA-ALL


Diploma TZA-ALL (All time zones of the world) awarded for contacts (SWL)with amateur stations in all time zones of the Earth. It is necessary to provide a one contact with the each of time zone of the Earth. Since there are some odd shaped zones, there are a total of Forty QSOs needed to compete this award.

5B-TZA


The diploma 5B-TZA (Time zones on five bands) is issued to radio amateurs of all world for contacting (SWL) amateur stations in all time zones of the Earth on the following five different bands (3.6, 7, 14, 21, 28) with at least 24 time zones on each band. One hundred and twenty QSOs in all. If you complete these requirements, you will receive both a paper award and a small plaque.

3. TRANSSIB Award

Make contact with amateurs in the 3 cities which form the beginning (Moscow UA3), middle, Irkutsk City (UA0S) and eastern terminus of Vladivostok (UA0L) of this legendary railroad.  The 3 contacts may be made on any band or mode after August, 1, 2005. Endorsements are issued for contacts made with low power.   Send list, containing usual QSO data plus name of the city and fee of 10 IRC or $US10. Endorsement fee is 4 IRC. 

Tks UA0SN 9/2005 

4. BAIKAL Award

The BAIKAL award is available for the QSO's with amateur radio stations, located in Irkutskaya oblast (RA0S), Ust-Ordynsky Autonomic Buryat Okrug (RA8T) and Buryat Republic (RA0O). All bands and modes are allowed. 

   From the letters of the names of the towns worked you must form the word BAIKAL". For example a contact with  BRATSK will provide the letters B, A, and K. A contact with ULAN-UDE will provide the letters L and A etc. 
   The award is also available for just one QSO with any amateur in the towns of BAIKALSK, SEVEROBAIKALSK and port BAIKAL.  Also just one QSO with a station located on the lake (either /MM or from the Ice).   Award fee is 18 IRC, 12$US, or 10€ . Endorsements are available for QRP (less than 5w.) or QRPp (less than 1/2 w.) Contacts must be made on or after 1 January 2006. GCR accepted. The application should contain call sign of a station worked, the date of the QSO, a band and a mode (CW, SSB etc.), received RS/RST and the name of the town and the letter from this name for the word BAIKAL". The power - Standard/QRP/QRPp - should be specified in a title of the application. 

Tks Andre RA1AE 5/12/2006

5. ARGA Award
              

The All Russian Grids Award  (ARGA)  has been established by "Irkutsk Award Group" and is available to all amateurs who provide proof of contacts with radio stations located in 100 and more different great quads (QTH-locators) of Russia. Great quads are areas determined by first four alpha-numeric characters of the Maidenhead Grid locator system.   For example, KO85, OO22, MN18 etc.

The following awards are issued:
ARGA-100 for contacts with 100 great quads of Russia.
ARGA-500 for contacts with 500 great quads of Russia.
ARGA-1000 for contacts with 1000 great quads of Russia.
ARGA-1500 for contacts with 1500 great quads of Russia.
ARGA-2000 for contacts with 2000 great quads of Russia.
ARGA-2500 for contacts with 2500 great quads of Russia.
ARGA-ALL for contacts with all great quads of Russia.
(Those who complete the highest level may apply for the plaquette.)

All bands and modes may be used.  Separate awards are issued in MIXED BANDS, 1.8, 3.6, 7, 10, 14, 18, 21, 24, 28 and VHF and UHF bands, MIXED MODES and CW, SSB, FM, SSTV, RTTY, PSK31.
Endorsements are available for QRP (less than 5w.) or QRPp (less than 1/2 w.) and All Satellite QSOs. Contacts must be made on or after 1 January 2006. Contacts may only be made with ground based stations, including mobile and on Russia's rivers and lakes. Contacts made under any call sign by the same operator are OK. If several call signs were used then all of them must be mentioned in the application.

GCR is accepted. The application for the award should contain QSO data in alphabetic order of great quads. The application should contain call sign of the station worked, the date of the QSO, band and mode (CW, SSB etc.), a great quads name (four digits) and the received RS/RST.. The power - Standard/QRP/QRPp - should be specified in a title of the application. 
Award fee is 18 IRC, 12$US, or 10| . The cost of a plaquette is 35|. 


Tks Andre RA1AE 3/2006 and Jukka OH3GZ 

6. GLORIA Awards

Grid Locators Of Russia International Award - GLORIA has been established by "Irkutsk Award Group" and is available to all amateurs who provide proof of  contacts with radio stations located in different grid fields of Russia. Grid fields are areas determined by first two letters of the Grid locator system (the Maidenhead grid system). For example, KO, OO, MN etc.

The following awards are issued:
GLORIA-25 for contacts with 25 grid fields of Russia.
GLORIA-30 for contacts with 30 grid fields of Russia.
GLORIA-ALL for contacts with all 35 grid fields of Russia.
(Those who complete the highest level may  apply for the plaquette.)

All bands and modes may be used. Endorsements available for QRP (less than 5w.) or QRPp (less than 1/2 w.) and all Satellite QSOs. Contacts must be made on or after 1 1 January 2006.  Contacts may only be made with ground based stations, including mobile and on Russia's rivers and lakes.  Contacts made under any call sign by the same operator are OK. If several call signs were used then all of them must be mentioned in the application.

GCR accepted. The application for the award should contain QSO data in alphabetic order of grid fields.  The application should contain callsign of a station worked, the date of the QSO, a band and a mode (CW, SSB etc.), a grid field name (two letters) and received RS/RST..  The power - Standard/QRP/QRPp - shoud be specified in a title of the application. .Award fee is 18 IRC, 12$US, or 10€ . The cost of a plaquette is 35€. 


The list of grid fields of Russia.

AP LO MR OO QN
AQ LP NN OP QO
JO LQ NO OQ QP
KN LR NP PN QQ
KO MO NQ PO RO
KP MP NR PP RP
LN MQ ON PQ RQ

Tks UA0SN 3/1/06 

7. Irkutsk Region Districts Award (IRDA)

Contact stations located in different districts of Irkutsk region and Ust' -Ordynskogo buryat autonomous area. On 1 January 2008 the Irkutsk Region and Autonomous area will end their independent existence. Contacts may be made by HF and VHF bands and any modes beginning 12 June, 1991. SWL OK.

Requirements:
a. stations in the Asian part of Russia need 20 regions;
b. stations in the European part of Russia need 10 regions;
c. all other countries need 3 regions.
(A minimum of one contact must be made during 2007.)

You should possess the cards, except that contacts made with the needed districts that are made by stations who submit scores during the annual RDA contest. Your application must include call sign, date, and designation of district in accordance with the official RDA award.  GCR is accepted. Award manager reserves the right to demand any cards for further checking.  Cost of the diploma: Russians - 100 Rubles, other CIS countries - 4E, all others 7E or 10 new IRC. 

(Chg 3/2008)


Kaluga Space Diploma 

Sponsored by the Radioclub of the Kaluzhskaya Oblast.  Contact stations of this oblast during one calendar year.  For 2001, you will need to earn 630 points; in 2002, it will be 631 and increase 1 point per year.  The value for each contact with individual stations = number of years on the air.  Each contact with a club station = 50 points.  For contacts on 1.8 MHz, all point values are doubled.  For stations outside of Europe, point values are also doubled.  On VHF, only 5 contacts are needed.  The same station may be contacted on different bands or modes for credit.  Honorary members of the Sports Technical Club "Signalman" also count:  U1LP  U3FI  U3ABB  U3AF  U3DA  U5NM and UN9CA.  All bands and modes; no date limitations.  SWL OK.  GCR accepted.  Check with sponsor for current charge.  Aply to: Vladimir S. Mogilyov UA3XAN, PO Box 703, Kaluga-30, 248030, Russia.

Kaluzhskaya Oblast Series:  R3X,  RA...RZ3X, U3X, UA...UI3X. 
Internet: http://www.ns.tpi.ru/ivham/3x.html 
(Tks RN3FX)(8/2002) 


DIPLOMA "PAUL KAMOZINA"

This award has been established by the RA and RAF DOSAAF of the Bryansk region in memory of the legendary pilot, an honorary citizen of the city of Bryansk, Twice Hero of the Soviet Union P.M.Kamozine and in honor of its 95th anniversary of his birth.

Requirements: In 2012 earn at least 95 points with radio stations of the Bryansk region. In following years, the points needed will increase by one for each year.

Point Values:
a. QSOs with special radio stations operating from the territory of the Bryansk region on the occasion of the exploits of soldiers, partisans and underground fighters during WWII, military or other memorable event, regardless of the date of conduct, = 10 points.
b. QSOs with any airman/aviator of the Bryansk area = 5 points.
c. QSOs with any other station of the Bryansk area = 2 points.
d. For VHF QSOs only, only 10 QSOs are needed. If any of these VHF QSOs are with a special event station as noted in "a." above, that contact may be counted as two QSOs.
e. At least one of the contacts must be with a special call sign, operating from aircraft, balloon, or other manned vehicle that is in the air.
f. For contacts made on the birthday of the famous aviator, a diploma in electronic form shall be issued free of charge. In addition, in those days it shall be counted from the pilots radio in Russia. In 2012, a diploma is issued with overprint - 95 years.
g. World War II veterans need only a QSO with a special event radio station and two radio stations with any amateurs living in the Bryansk region. The Diploma and its transmission to them will be free of charge.
h. Repeat QSOs on different bands, or other modes OK. .

SWL OK. For club stations, children and youth institutions (schools, orphanages, houses of technical creativity) diploma is free, requiring only postage stamps at a rate of 30 rubles (in Russian). For all other amateur observers, and the cost of the diploma - 100 rubles.

Send applications to: Application for certificate is made to the template (it can be sent by e-mail) sent to: Victor N. Borodin, P.O. Box 1, Brjansk 241027, RUSSIA or rv3yr@mail.ru

Payment is made on the diploma to the following address: Vlad > Tsynkush Vladimir Gordeevich RV3YW, P.O. Box-37, Bryansk, 241022, RUSSIA. Russia.

E-mail: rv3yr@mail.ru
Internet: : http://www.r3y.taba.ru

Tks QRZ.ru 8/5/12


KARELIA Award Programm

Sponsored by the Republic of Karelia Radio Sports Federation and consists of three certificates and trophies - Plaque and Cup. Contact/SWL with different districts of Karelia Republic from RDA list. All bands and modes. Contacts on or after June 12 1991.

              Award Level         Districts Required
               "BRONZE" Certificate            7
               "SILVER" Certificate           14
               "GOLD" Certificate              all districts (as of April 01 2005 - 19 districts).
               Plaque                         40
               Cup                            55

(For the plaque and cup, QSO/SWLs with the same district may be made on different bands for credit). Log extract and fee of 200 rubles for CIS countries and 8 new IRC or the equivalent in value in Euro or $US for all others. Fee for trophies will be determined later. Apply to: Victor Valentinovich Sinyavin, P.O. Box 209, Petrozavodsk, 185026, Russia.

E-mail: age@karelia.ru

(Chg 2/2009)

Karelia Republic Districts:
KL-01 PETROZAVODSK
KL-04 KOSTOMUKSHA
KL-07 SORTAVALA
KL-08 BELOMORSKY district (incl. BELOMORSK)
KL-09 VEPS NATIONAL VOLOST
KL-10 KALEVALA NATIONAL DISTRICT
KL-11 KEMSKY district (incl. KEM')
KL-12 KONDOPOZHSKY district (incl. KONDOPOGA)
KL-13 LAHDENPOHSKY district (incl. LAHDENPOHJA)
KL-14 LOUHSKY district.
KL-15 MEDVEZHYEGORSKY district (incl. MEDVEZHYEGORSK)
KL-16 MUYEZERSKY district
KL-17 OLONETSKY district (incl. OLONETS)
KL-18 PITKAERANTSKY district (incl. PITKAERANTA)
KL-19 PRIONEZHSKY district
KL-20 PRYAZHINSKY district
KL-21 PUDOZHSKY district (incl. PUDOZH)
KL-22 SEGEZHSKY district (incl. SEGEZHA)
KL-23 SUOJAERVSKY district (incl. SUOJAERVI)

Note: KL02, 03, 05, 06 have been deleted and renamed.

Tks RA1AE 2/2007


Worked KDR Members

Contact members of KDR (Amateur Radio Club Chartered). (A complete list of members, over 1000, may be found on their website.) The diploma is issued by the Club in conjunction with the Chartered radio amateurs public fund to promote amateur radio "Inter-Radio". The award is printed in the color printing on thick A4 paper featuring the image of a bat, which is the emblem of the club.

Contacts may be made on or after 1 January 1998, and the following numbers of members are required:

1. Hams from European Russia = 15.
2. Hams from the Asian part of Russia and Europe = 10.
3. Radio amateurs in all other countries = 5.

Look for greater activity from club members during days of activity: Annually on May 1 - a week of activity related to the celebration of the anniversary of the club , also on December 12 and CRA roundtables (on Sundays at 07.30 UTC on the frequency 14,177 MHz +/- QRM).  SWL/Observers diploma issued on similar terms.

Send log extract and cost of the diploma as follows:
1. Russian stations $US2 (in rubles at the exchange rate on the payment date) or 4 IRC
2. Amateur radio CIS $US3 (in rubles at the exchange rate on the payment date), or 6 IRC.
3. For radio amateurs in all other countries the fee is 8 IRC.

Application may be sent in the form of a log extract and the payment of the diploma should be sent to the manager (RU1AB): Andrey Platonov, P / 141, 191123, St. Petersburg, Russia.

E-mail: ru1ab@mail.ru
Internet: http://inter-radio.org/award%20kdr.htm

Tks K1BV Research 7/4/15


KEMEROVO Diploma

The "Kemerovo" diploma is sponsored by the Kemerovo regional Radio club and the Kemerovo technical school ROSTO. Make 5 2-way contacts with licensed radio stations from the 5 areas of Kemerovo. These are based on the Russian District Award (RDA). The areas are: KE01 KE02 KE03 KE04 KE05. There is no fee for veterans of the Second World War. All contacts must have been made on or after January, 1st 2003. Fee for Russian and CIS countries should be in rubles equivalent to $US2. For all others, the fee is 10 IRC.

Send GCR list and the appropriate fee to: Makhamadeev Khalit Kh. UA9ULY, ul. Metallistov 12-8, 650052 Kemerovo, Russia.

E-mail: rk9uy@rambler.ru

Tks QRZ.ru 1/13/11


 

KINESHMA Diploma

This award is sent free of charge for earning at least 100 points by making contacts with stations in the Kineshma and Ivanovo area. All bands and modes OK. (Wikipedia: Kineshma is the second largest town in Ivanovo Oblast, Russia, which sprawls for 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) along the Volga River. Population about 88000.)

Point Values and other conditions: : 
a. Stations of Kineshma = 10 points.
b. Stations of the Kineshemtsy = 8 points.
c Stations from the Ivanovo area = 5 points.
d. Amateurs who are veterans of the Second World War need only 15 points.
e. On VHF, the award will be earned with just 3 QSOs.
f. At least one QSO with Kineshma is necessary.
g. No limits regarding time to make the needed contacts.

While the award is free of charge, it is suggested that you provide some payment, enough to cover postage. Send GCR witnessed by two licensed amateurs and send to: Lyubimtsev Eugene N., Kineshma, pos.Krasnovolzsec 17 - 3, 155810 Russia..

E-mail: UA3UDX@mail.ru

Tks QRZ.ru 10/6/11


Kirov Branch of the SRR Awards Series —

General requirements: Send log extract and fee of 7 US$ or 7 IRC’s to Tsirul Oleg Vladimirovich, P.O.Box 470, Kirov, Russia, 610011.  E-mail applications are welcome.

E-mail: ra4naj@mail.ru or ra4naj@olegts.kirov.ru
Internet: http://www.qsl.net/rw4nm/dipleng.htm

Tks RA1AE 4/2008

     SCARLET SAILS Award
Make one QSO with special event station UE4NAP. The award is issued in honor of the famous writer, Alexander. Grin.

     VASNETSOV BROTHERS Award
This award is issued to honor the famous painters Apollinary and Victor Vasnetsovs. Earn 10 points for contacting stations from Kirovskaya oblast after 1 Jan 2000. Every QSO = 1 point. QSO with the special event station UE4NBV = 3 points.

     Diploma VIATKA  (This award is already listed in the Directory, all the others are new.)
Contact members of the Kirov Radio club (KRC) for contacting (or SWL) on or after 1 January 1994. Earn the following number of points:

Applicant's QTH Points Needed QSOs on 
Different Bands
Fee
Russia (EU) 20 4 50 RUR
Russia (AS) 14 3 50 RUR
Europe (Incl CIS) 10 2 5 IRC
All Others 5 1 10 IRC
VHF (QRB <300 Km.) 4 1 As above
VHF (QRB>300 Km.) 2 1 As above

Contacts with former members of KRC are valid as well and = 1 point each. You may contact the same station on different bands or modes for award credit.  QSOs via the repeater are not valid. QSOs via satellite are allowed = 1 point each.  QSOs with the special event call signs UE4Nxx count as any necessary band or = 3 points.

List of ex KRC members: RA3CW, RA3UP, RA0SZ, RK3BL, RV3OK, RW3DR, RZ9OP, UA1NA, UA1ZAZ, UA3GM, UA6JY, UA0JFF, ex UW6AS.
List of KRC call series giving 1 point: UA4Nx, UA4Nxx, UA4Ox, RA4Nx, RA4Nxx, RZ4Nxx, RW4Nx, U4Nx where 'x' = any letter.

All the stations from oblast "KI" count as KRC members!

List of special event calls, giving 3 points or any one necessary band: UE4NAA, UE4NAB, UE4NBE, UE4NBH, UE4NDA, UE4NFT, UE4NKI, UE4NKO, UE4NMM, UE4NNN, UE4NSH, UE4NVK, UE4NWQ, UE4NWW, UE4NXF

(Chg 11/2005)

     VIATSKIYE UVALY (CLIFFS OF VIATKA) Award
Awarded for working different regions (RDA) of Kirovskaya oblast on and after June 12 1991.
Basic award for hunters = 15 RDA. Stickers for 30 and 45 RDA, Honor Roll = for all 47 RDA.
Basic award for activators = 5 RDA. Stickers for 15 and 25 RDA. Honor Roll = for all 47 RDA.

     KRESTNY KHOD Award
Krestny Khod is Russian describing a religious procession and is awarded for making just one contact with special event station UE4NKH. The Krestny khod takes place in June and has All-Russia and All-World meaning.

     MARSHALS OF VIATKA Award
This award is devoted to our countrymen four Marshals of Soviet Union: KONEV Ivan Stepanovich (1897 – 1973), GOVOROV Leonid Alexandrovich (1897 – 1955), VERSHININ Konstantin Andreevich (1900 – 1973), FALALEEV Fedor Yakovlevich (1899 – 1955). To earn the award you must make 62 QSO’s with HAMs from the oblasts and countries where the Marshals lived and warred, at least 2 of them – with any memorial station with call letters starting with RP4N…, UE4N…  All bands and modes. Every station may be worked only once.

Available countries, cities and oblasts:

Belgorod, Volgograd, Vologda, Voronezh, Vyazma, Elabuga, Krasnodarsky kray, Kursk, St-Petersburg (ex-Leningrad), Moscow, Smolensk, Tambov, Tver (ex Kalinin), Tomsk, Ulyanovsk (ex Simbirsk), Udmurtia, Byelarus, Latvia, Mongolia, Ukraine, France, Czech Rep., Slovakia, Estonia. For all veterans/participants of WWII, the award is free of charge.

     VIATSKY KRAY (HONORARY AWARD)Awarded at NO charge for those who have earned each of the awards of the Viatsky Kray series. The sponsor asks only that you pay for mailing expenses.


KIROVSKY REGION OF KEMEROVO CITY - 70 YEARS

Earn 70 points on and after Jan 1 2004. All bands and modes OK.

Points value:
a. Stations from Kirovsky region of Kemerovo city (KE-02) = 10 points;
b. Stations from Kemerovo city = 5 points;
c. Stations from Kemerovskaya oblast = 1 point.

During the annual week of activity (Dec 17-26) and for all QSOs on 160 meters, the point value is doubled. The same station may be worked for credit on different bands. One QSO with KE-02 is obligatory. Send GCR list and fee of $US1.5 for CIS and $US4 for all others to: Andrey Anatolyevich Orlov, P.O. Box 3411, KEMEROVO, 650065, Russia.

Internet: http://www.qsl.net/rk9um
E-mail: rk9um@kemtel.ru

Tks RA1AE 3-5-07


Hero of Soviet Union Colonel Semen Sergeyevich Kiselev Award

Sponsored by the club station RK2SWZ and municipality of Chuchkovo (Ryazanskaya oblast).  This award is issued to honor the memory of the hero of Soviet Union Colonel Semen Sergeyevich Kiselev, who was born in Chuchkovsky region of Ryazanskaya oblast. To obtain the award work HAMs of Ryazanskaya oblast. One QSO with the Chuchkovsky region is mandatory (RDA - RA-30). All contacts must be made within one calendar year: Jan 1 till Dec 31. SWL OK.

Earn 100 points. Points value:
a. QSO with Ryazanskaya oblast's HAM's = 10 points;
b. QSO with any club station from Ryazanskaya oblast = 20 points;
c. QSO with memorial station of "Pobeda" (Victory) memorial = 10 points;
d. QSO with WWII veterans = 30 points;
e. QSO with AFARU members (Engineering Armies) = 30 points;
f. QSOs with stations RK3SWZ, UE3SWZ, UE3SSK, UE3SDP and RW3SD = 30 points.

(One QSO made with UE3SSK or UE3SWZ on May 9 will automatically earn the award. ) Every station counts only once. Send GCR list and fee of $US2 or 4 IRC to: SELEMYANIN Mikhail Anatolyevich RW3SD, 58 Novaya str., CHUCHKOVO, Ryazanskaya oblast, 391240, Russia.

e-mail applications are welcome. E-mail: ra3so@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 12/07


Diploma Kola Polar region.

Awarded for contact with stations of Murmansk region. Contact at least 30 QSO s with different stations on or after 1 January 2001. At least 10 different towns or cities must have been contacted. On the VHF bands, contacts with three grid squares (WWLOC) are required.

QSOs made through a repeater, mobile stations, (vehicle, maritime and aeronautical) may not be used.. SWL ok using the same rules.

The diploma stands out free of charge, and the sponsor requests only that you provide funds for postage. Send GCR log and postage sufficient to cover registered mail of 120 grams weight plus and return addressed envelope (A4 size) to: Ius Sergey RA1ZS, PO Box 525, 183034 Murmansk, Russia.

Ukraine stations may apply to: UU7JK Vladimir Kuzin UU7JK , P.O. Box 62, Saki, 96500 Crimea, Ukraine.
Belarus stations may apply to: EU6GZ Valery Gernikov EU6GZ , P.O. Box 8 Garadok, Vitebsk Region 211573 BELARUS.

Email: ra1zs@mail.ru
Internet: http://murmanskham.ru/diplom.html

Tks K1BV Research 5/14/13


Extract below is from WIKIPEDIA: 

The Kola Peninsula (from Northern Sami: Guoládat; Russian: Ко́льский полуо́стров, Kolsky poluostrov) is a peninsula in the far northwest of Russia. Constituting the bulk of the territory of Murmansk Oblast,[1][2] it lies almost completely to the north of the Arctic Circle and is washed by the Barents Sea in the north and the White Sea in the east and southeast. The city of Murmansk is the most populous human settlement on the peninsula, with a population of over 300,000 as of the 2010 Census.[3]

Kolskoye Zapolarye Award

Sponsored by the governor of Murmanskaya oblast and Radioamateur club "Murmansk". All stations must make 30 2-way QSO’s (SWL’s) with amateurs located in 10 different QTH’s in the Murmanskaya oblast of Russia on or after 1 January 2001. Stations operating from various islands count as different QTH’s. No contacts with /MM, Mobile or Aero Mobile count. Every station may only be worked once. All bands and modes. The awards is free. Sponsor requests you pay for mailing costs: 5 Euros, $US5 or 8 IRC. Send GCR list and postage payment to award manager: IUS SERGEY NIKOLAYEVICH, P.O.Box 525, 183034, Murmansk, Russia.

Tks RA1AE 11/04


Diploma of the Republic Of Komi

This award was established by the Regional department of the Union of the Wireless Enthusiasts of Russia from the republic of Komi to increase the activity of amateurs in Komi. Contact stations in the republic of Komi using all bands and modes. Look for UA9X, RA9X, etc. The basic award is earned by achieving any of the 9 levels as shown below. The other levels are then available as endorsements and a plaque when all 9 levels have been earned.

Endorsements/Requirements:
1 - for contacts with 30 different radio stations in Komi;
2 - for contacts with 40 different radio stations in Komi;
3 - for contacts with 50 different radio stations in Komi;
4 - for contacting 5 different municipalities of Komi;
5 - for contacting 7 different municipalities of Komi;
6 - for contacting 9 different municipalities of Komi;
7 - for contacting 10 regions of Komi;
8 - for contacting 15 regions of Komi;
9 - for contacting 19 regions of Komi.

After earning all 9 endorsements/levels, you are eligible to apply for the Komi Plaque.SWL OK. Cards must be possessed. GCR OK. Contacts on or after 1 March 2003. Apply to: Leonid anatol'evich, Post Office Box 841, Syktyvkar, 167000, Republic of Komi , Russia.

Fee Schedule

Award level

Russians

CIS Countries

All Others

Basic

100 roubles

$US4 or 8 IRC

$US5 or 10 IRC

Endorsements

30 roubles

$US2 or 4 IRC

$US2 or 4 IRC

Plaque

1000 roubles

$US39

$US42

Municipalities: Syktyvkar, Vorkuta, Inta, Usinsk, Pechora, Ukhta, Sosnogorsk. Vuktyl, Yemva, Mikun'.

Regions: Syktyvkarskiy, Vorkutinskiy, Vuktyl'skiy, Intinskiy, Pechora, Sosnogorskiy, Usinskiy, Ukhtinskiy, Izhemskiy, Knyazhpogostskiy, Koygorodskiy. Kortkerosskiy, Priluzskiy, Syktyvdinskiy, Sysol'skiy, Troiqko- Pechora, Udorskiy, Ust' -Vym6ski1, Ust' -Kulomski1, Ust' -Qilemski1.

E-mail: ra9xf@qsy.ru
Internet: http://srr.komi.ru/awards/award_rk/rk_e.htm

Tks QSL of UA9XF 3/9/06


Koporje Castle Award

The "Koporje Castle " Award has been instituted by radio amateurs of Sosnovy Bor, Russia and will be given to any amateur radio operator or SWL who can provide confirmation of contacts with (or reports from) 3 radiostations operating from Koporje Castle (C-108 for COTA-Russia or RC-035 for RCA). Repeater contacts on different bands and modes are valid. GCR list and fee of $US6 or 4 IRC to Petushkov Andrey Aleksandrovich RN1CW, PO Box 340/5, Sosnovy Bor, Leningrad oblast 188540, Russia.

E-mail: rn1cw@mail.ru
Internet: http://rz1cwc.qrz.ru/rus/awards/koporje/koporje.html

K1BV Research 1/09 


Award of the "Krasnoyarsk Territory"

The award may be received by earning a total of 20 points for 2-way contacts with stations of the Krasnoyarsk Territory on or after 15 May 2013. (SWL OK). All bands may be used. Even "CB" QSOs will count for the award.

Point values:
a. contacts with any club station of Krasnoyarsk = 3 points.
b. contacts with individual licensed stations of Krasnoyarsk = 1 point each.
c. repeated contacts with the same station OK for the award as long as the contacts are on different bands and modes.
d. CB (27MHz) stations must make 10 contacts with different stations in Krasnoyarsk territory.

For stations living in Krasnoyarsk, the diploma is issued for making either 30 QSOs with Krasnoyarsk stations or at least 100 contacts with other regions of Russia. CB band (27 MHz) stations must make 50 contacts with other regions of Russia.

The diploma is free of charge, and an application, in the form of a log extract should be sent to the email address info@24dx.ru . After receiving and processing the data, an electronic version of the diploma will be sent to the applicant by e-mail, for self-printing.  The award manager - R0ASD (Tikhomirov Dmitry Petrovich)

E-mail: info@24dx.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2728.html

Tks QRZ.ru 5/8/13


The Kremlin of Russia Diploma

The Diploma "Kremlin of Russia" has been established by the Moscow city branch of the Russian Amateur Radio Union (IHO CPP) - the Federation of radio Moscow City in order to draw attention to the monuments of history and culture of the peoples of the Russian Federation and the promotion of amateur radio.

Diploma "Kremlin of Russia" is awarded for making two-way radio (or SWL) with amateur stations of following cities : Astrakhan, Vologda, Zaraysk, Kazan, Kolomna, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Novgorod, Pskov, Rostov (Rostov, Yaroslavl region), Ryazan, Suzdal Tobolsk, and Tula, where the Kremlin and cultural heritage of the Russian Federation - a symbol of the Russian statehood, were originated..

The cities of Kazan, Moscow, Novgorod and Suzdal Kremlin are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Requirements: To obtain the diploma is make contacts/SWL with stations of not less than 7 of the listed cities. All bands and modes OK. Contacts must be dated on or after 1 January 2014.

Application for Certificate may be made by e-mail with the contacts sent as a log extract in an attached file using text format in Word (preferably). Award Manager at the ICO CPP award@r3a.su In the subject line indicate: Kremlin of Russia.

The application for diploma must specify: first and last name of the applicant, call sign, QTH, country of residence, date of sending the application, e-mail, comments, suggestions, proposals.

After checking the application, the manager will send an electronic version of a diploma, a digital image file of sufficient resolution for high-quality printing on printers, to the applicants specified email address. The diploma will be sent free of charge.

E-mail: award@r3a.su
Internet: http://www.r3a.su/
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2982.html 

Tks QRZ.ru 9/14/15


  — Kristall Radioclub Awards Series —

General Requirements: GCR list OK. Fee for each award is: 50 rubles for Russia, $US2 for CIS countries, and $US3 for all others, unless a different fee is shown in the rules. Apply to: Polkovnikov N.B., Award Manager, PO Box 144, Krasnokamensk, Chitinskaja Oblast, 674674 Russia.

          ARCK Award

The award is issued for QSO's with Kristall Radioclub members on or after 1 Jan 1997. Earn 100 points:

Point Values:
QSO with club station RK0UWC = 5 points.
QSOs with club members = 2 points.
You may work the same station for credit on different bands and different modes. For Europe Russia and CIS countries, the points value is doubled.

List of club members - http://www.arck.babyhost.ru/p2.htm

          PX - 0 - A

Contact stations during any contest whose prefix includes 0 (zero). (UA0ABC, K0DEQ, SM0JHF, etc.)
Contacts on or after 1 Jan 1991.
Chg 2/14/09 

The award is issued in three classes:

1 class - 150 prefixes with figure 0 (zero).
2 class - 100 prefixes with figure 0 (zero).
3 class - 50 prefixes with figure 0 (zero).

          Vladimir Vysotsky Award    (Note: this replaces the rules for the award of the same name shown in the online Directory.)

This award honors the famous playwright, composer and film-maker (1938-1980). This award may be earned annually by making the required number of points. This number increases by one each year. For 2008, you will need 71, for 2009 you need 72. QSOs after 25 Jan 1988.

QSO Value for cities, territories, republics and countries Vysotsky lived in or traveled to during his life:

1. Moscow (maximum of 10 QSOs). = 1 point.
2. St. Petersburg UA1A, Irkutsk UA0S, Togliatti UA4H Sochi UA6A, Nakhodka UA0L, Bodaybo and Nizhneudinsk UA0S, Krasnoyarsk UA0A, Odessa UR_F, Kiev UT_U, Samarkand UK, Pyatigorsk UA6H, Vladivostok UA0L, Novokuznetsk UA9U, Yaroslavl UA3M, Severodonetsk UR_I, Paris F. (1 point each, maximum of 1 QSO per region)
3. cities in following countries: France: Maison-Lafitte, Germany: Eberswalde, Russia: Buzuluk UA9S. (5 points each and a maximum of 1 QSO with each city).
4. Russian oblasts: Orenburgskaya UA9S, Magadanskaya UA0I, Tyumenskaya UA9L, Chukotskaya UA0K. (1 point each and a maximum of 1 QSO per oblast).
5. Countries: Byelorussia EU, Georgia 4L, Ukraine UR, Azerbaijan 4K, Armenia EK, Germany DL, Bulgaria LZ, Hungary HA, Poland SP, Yugoslavia YU, USA K, Italy I, Mexica XE, Canada VE, Hawaii KH6, England G, Spain EA. (1 point each and a maximum of 1 QSO per country)
Note: a minimum of 25 QSO's with the above countries and territories is needed.
6. Any QSO with Tahiti island or Malyj Vysotski Island. The QSL must be included with your application = 10 points.
7. Any QSO with an amateur station located on board the ship "Vladimir Vysotski". The QSL must be included with your application = 25 points.
8. Any QSO with a member of Kristall Radioclub = 1 point.
9. QSO with clubstation RK0UWC = 3 points.

SWL OK. GCR list and fee for Russians/CIS countries = 50 rubles. All others $US3.

 

HOUSE OF CARDS Award (KARTOCHNY DOMIK)

Make QSO's with Kristall radioclub members using all HF bands. You may work the same station for credit on different bands, and different modes on one band, with 10 minutes between the QSO's.
(Available contacts made between 15 and 25 Jan every year.)
(Chg 2/09) 

There are 4 classes of the award:
HOUSE OF CARDS 4th class - collect a full pack of cards - a contact in each of the following groups which represents 1 card for every card value listed below: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K and A.
HOUSE OF CARDS 3 class - the same, but 2 cards for each value.
HOUSE OF CARDS 2 class - the same, but 3 cards for each value.
HOUSE OF CARDS 1 class - the same, but 4 cards for each value.

A contact with any of the Joker stations (shown as Y) substitutes for any card of pack.  Fee for every award is 3 US$.

Card and Callsigns
A (Ace)
= UA0UBT, RW0JT, RK0QWT, UA0AGA, RA0AY, RW0QO, RK0UT, UA9ZF, RU0SU, RW0SP, UA0CHE, RK6JS.
K (King)
= RU0UA, UA0ZFK, RA0UK, RZ0AK, UA0UK, RK0AXK, UA0UV, RW0IZ, RX0AK, RW0LG, UA0SCD, RA0UJ, RU6UR.
Q (Queen)
= RW0UM, UA0LOD, RU3OM, RA3PMZ, RK0QXM, RA0LE, RN9AOM, UA0ZED, RA0AA, RA0UBI, UA0JBA, RV0CD, UA0DAM, UE70UVV, UE70VSV.
J (Jack)
= RW0UB, RW0JB, UA9OSB, UA0DW, RA0SCB, RA0UAB, RW0OBW, RK0SXR, UA0FHT, RK0SV, UA0CNX, RA0JEV.
10 =
UA0UR, RN0JJ, RX0QJ, UA0OE, RZ0ZWA, RN0SA, UA0TE, RA0WHE, RW0UJ,RZ0JWK, RU0LM, RN0QQ.
9 =
RW0UG, RK3DU, UA0JFZ, RX0QC, RW0LC, RW0UP, RA0JV, UA0OD, RZ0JWE, RN0QWB, RZ0JWM.
8 =
RN4CU, RA0AIV, RA0UV, RZ9OWN, RA0UDA, RW0AO, RK0AXO, RZ0UZW, RK0LWP, RK0UN, UA0QDA, RX0LYP.
7 =
RA0QQ, RW0AQ, UA0SBQ, UA0LQQ, UA0QIQ, RW0UW, RA0SCA, UA0LSG, RZ0OWS, RW0UQ, RK0UWC, RA0UCG, UE70UWW.
6 =
RK0AXC, RA0CL, RW0UU, RK0LXH, RA0LU, UA0JDI, RA0CCO, UA9UDX, RA0JDV, UA9MFU, UE0AWW.
Y (Joker) =
RU0SYL, RN4CT, RV0AB, RA0CM, RA0JAL, RA0CDW, RK0CWZ, UE0AWW (op. Helen - RV0AB), UE70SVV.

Tks OH3GHZ / RA1AE 3-1-08

                YL ARCK Award

On and after 1 Jan 2009 make 3 QSO's with YL members of ARCK (Kristall Radioclub) on or after 1 January 2009. . Repeat QSO's are allowed if thy are made on different bands.  
Fee for the award  is5€.  

List of YL members:  RN4CT, RU0SYL, UA9CHA, RA0UAC, UA0SVF, RV0AB, RA0CM, RA0JAL, RA0CDW, RK0CWZ (YL op.).

                    LATINSKIJ ALFAVIT  (LATIN ALPHABET Award)

Contact members of the Kristall Radio Club members using all HF bands. You may work the same station for credit on different bands, and different modes on one band. Available contacts made between 15 and 25 Jan every year, although applications for this award may be made at any time.   The objective is to complete the 26 letters of the Alphabet using any of the letters of the suffixes of the call signs of Kristall Radio Club members. For example: a QSO with RZ9OWN: you may use the three letters: O, W, and N. Any QSO with club station RK0UWC may substitute for any missed letter.

(Tks  Andre RA1AE)(2/09)


Kronstadt Award

Contct stations in Kronstadt, St. Petersburg and St. Petersburg Oblast.  SWL OK.  It may be earned for 1 QSO w ith R1ASP, 5 QSOs with stations in Kronstadt or 10 QSOs with St. Petersburg and St. Petersburg Oblast, but at least 1 QSO must have been made with a Kronstadt station.  All bands and modes.  No date limitation.  GCR list and fee of 7 IRC to: Lysenko V.V., PO Box 300, Kronstadt, 189610 Russia.

Tks PA3CUZ 4/10


Kronstadt Fortress Award

Traditionally, Kronstadt is the seat of the Russian admiralty and the base of the Russian Baltic Fleet. The historic center of the city and its fortifications are part of the World Heritage Site. The award was established by the local administration of the town of Kronstadt. Make one contact (or SWL) with memorial R1ASP or 3 stations in Kronshtadt. Send GCR list and fee of 100 rubles or $US5 to: Vladimir Lysenko, PO Box 300, City of Kronstadt, 197760 Russia.

Internet: http://rz1cwc.qrz.ru/rus/awards/kronshtadt/kronshtadt.html

K1BV Research 1/09


Free Kuban Award

Sponsored by the Krasnodarsky kray Radiosport federation. The award honors the foundation of Ekaterinodar (now - Krasnodar) and Cossac settlements (kuren or stanitsa) in 1793. All settlements were 40. Now they are stanitsas in 20 administrative regions (RDA) in Krasnodarsky kray.

To obtain the award, amateurs in CIS countries must work 20 stations from 10 regions. Foreign HAM's need 10 stations from 5 regions. QSOs must have been made on or after Jan 1 2003. Each station may be worked only once. SWL OK. Send log extract and fee for CIS countries $US1 or 2 IRC, for all others the fee is $US2 or 4 IRC. Apply to: Yatsenko Alexander Yakovlevich RW6CW, P.O. Box 26, Stanitsa STAROSHCHERBINOVSKAYA, Krasnodarsky kray, 353620, Russia.

The regions are:
1.Abinsky 2. Brykhovetsky
3. Vyselkovsky 4. Dinsky
5. Kalininsky 6. Karasunski district of Krasnodar city
7. Kanevsky 8. Korenovsky
9. Krasnoarmeysky 10. Krylovsky
11. Kushchevsky 12. Leningradsky
13. Novopokrovsky 14. Pavlovsky
15. Starominsky 16. Slavyansky
17. Temryksky 18. Timashevsky
19, Shcherbinovsky 20. Tikhoretsky

e-mail: rw6cw@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 12/07


Kuban Diploma

Sponsored by :the Federation of Radiosport of the Krasnodarskiy Kray. Contact stations from Krasnodarskiy Kray. . In 2001, you need 209 stations, in 2002, 210 stations and one station for each additional year. This number equals the years from a beginning of the maiden settlements on Kuban. All bands and modes. No date restrictions. SWL OK. GCR accepted. Ask sponsor for current fee before you apply. Apply to: Nickolay G. Zhirlo UA6AB, P. O. Box 827, Krasnodar, 350005, Krasnodarskiy Kray, Russia.

Krasnodarskiy Kray Callsign Series : R6A_D, RA...RZ6A_D, U6A_D, UA...UI6A_D.

URL : http://krasnodar.online.ru/hamradio/award.htm Mail : ua6ap@online.ru


A.S. Kuchin Memorial Award

This award commemorates the 100th birthday of the Russian Polar explorer A.S. Kuchin and was established by the amateurs of Onega in the Arkhangelskaya Oblast.  Contact 3 stations from Onega.  The same station may be contacted on different bands.  All bands and modes OK.  Contacts must be after 23 Sept 1988.  SWL OK, but will require 10 stations.  GCR OK.  Check with award manager for current fee.  Apply to: Yuri Ye. Baryshev RZ1OK, PO Box 94, Onega, 164880, Arkhangelskaya Oblast, Russia.

Onega stations include:  RK1OWR  RZ1OK  UA1OFT  UA1OIQ  UA1OLI  UA1OLF.

(Tks RN3FX)(8/2001)


KULIKOVO a FIELD Diploma

Awarded for one QSO with UE3PKB or RP3POT plus QSOs from stations in the Tula area.

On VHF, 2 QSOs with the Tula area.

On HF, 10 QSOs with Tula area (including at least 1 QSO with Efremov or Kurkino area is necessary). Same station may be contacted on different bands and modes for credit. GCR list and fee of 15 Rubles for Russian stations, $US1 or 2 IRC for all others. No fee for Veterans of the Great Patriotic War (WWII). SWL OK. Apply to: SEROV A.V. (UA3PNO), Post Office Box 1, Efremov, 301840 Tulskaya Oblast, RUSSIA.

E-mail for sponsor: alexs@home.tula.net

List of stations in the EFREMOV area:

UA3PNO UA3PNN UA3PPO RA3PD RA3PW UA3PVT RA3PHO RA3PBW RA3PBY RA3PCH RA3PFN RA3PGU RA3PJ RK3PWJ RK3PXP RV3PE RW3PF RW3PG RW3PN RW3PP RX3PB RX3PG UA3PAM UA3PBE UA3PCJ UA3PEP UA3PFA UA3PFC UA3PHJ UA3PVT UA3PGS UA3PHD UA3PHR UA3PHT UA3PHX UA3PKQ UA3PKU UA3PKZ UA3PLA UA3PLT UA3PMT UA3PMV UA3PMW UA3PMX UA3PMY UA3PNL UA3POM UA3PPC UA3PPS UA3PPX UA3PSJ UA3PSO UA3PTV

List of stations in the KURKINO area:     UA3PUW UA3PVW UA3PTT UA3PCQ.

Tks UA3PNO 6/02


Kursk Award 

Sponsored by the  Kursk State Technical University and Kursk Regional Youth Sporting Club SPORADIC in honor of the 975th anniversary of the founding of the city of Kursk. Make 20 QSOs with different stations from Kursk and Kurskaya oblast on or after 1 Jan 2007 using any band any mode. SWL OK. Every station may be worked only once. The diploma is free of charge, however the sponsor requests that you send 2 IRC for postage expenses. Send a GCR list to: Valeryan Alekseevich Pikkiev RW3WW, P.O. Box 18, 305041, KURSK, Russia. 

Internet: http://sporadic.ru  
E-mail rw3ww@mail.ru  

Tks Andre RA1AE 3/19/09


KURSK Diploma

The award commemorates the gigantic WWII struggle known as the Battle of Kursk (1943). You must earn the number of points which equals the number of years which have passed since the battle took place.  In 2012 this will be 69 points, in 2013, 70 points, etc. 

The areas which provide valid contacts are:
     a. The Kursk Region where the call sign area and first letter of the suffix are 3W (UA3W...   RA3W....  etc.)
     b. Belgorod 3Z.
     c. Orel 3E.
     d. Kharkiv Region (Ukraine) (UR5L...  EM5L...... etc.)
These contacts should be made during the period from July 5 to August 23rd of each year (dates of the battles) as well as February 8th (date of actual liberation).

Point values:
     a. QSOs with the 3Z, 3E, 3W and 5L = 1 point each.
     b. If station contacted is a Patriotic War Veteran of these battles = 3 points each. 
     c. Asian applicants and QSOs made on 160 meters  = point values are doubled.
     d. DX stations and VHF contacts = point values are tripled. 

Activating stations may earn the award by making the number of QSOs shown below:
     a. Category 1 = 500 QSOs.
     b. Category 2 = 375 QSOs.
     c. Category 3 = 250 QSOs.
     d. Category 4 = 100 QSOs. 

The award is free of charge, but the sponsors request all applicants pay postal costs which will be 15 rubles for Russians and the equivalent of $US1 for all others.

Send log extract and postal costs to Anatoly A. Movchan R2WM, PO Box 73, Kursk 305000, Russia.
(Also Anatoly Movchan R2WM, ul. Puchkova 19-V-11, Kursk 305008, Russia.)

E-mail: rv3wm@mail.ru  or  rk3wwa@list.ru 
Internet: http://rk3wwa.qrz.ru 

Tks QRZ.ru 2/8/12 


KURSK JUBILEE Award

Sponsored by the Radio Sport Federation of Kursk. This award celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Battle at Kursk in 1943 and 60th anniversary of the founding of Radio Club of Kursk.  During one calendar year, earn 60 points for QSO with HAMs of Kurskaya oblast on any band (except WARC), and using any mode. SWL OK.  Each valid station may be worked for credit one more time on a different band.  Special event stations with prefixes RP3+ UE3+ are active each year on Feb 8 (Liberation Day), Feb 27 (Radio Club foundation), and during the period July 5 - Aug 23 (Battle at Kursk).

Point Table:
a. CW, RTTY, DIGI modes QSO = 2 points.
b. SSB, FM QSO = 1 point.
c. Contacts with any veteran of WWII = 5 points.
d. Non European HAMs multiply points by 2.

Send log extract and postal expenses of $US4 to: Award Manager, RSF of Kursk, P.O. Box 73, KURSK, 305000, Russsia.

Tks RA1AE 4/2007


 Golden Khokhloma Diploma

The diploma is issued for making two-way radio contacts (or SWL observations) using any modulation modes on the HF and VHF bands with the radio amateurs of Nizhny Novgorod and the Nizhny Novgorod region.
Requirements: Earn at least 100 points.

Point Values:
1. Each contact with Nizhny Novgorod stations = 10 points for the award "Golden Khokhloma" and 50 points for other Nizhny Novgorod diplomas.
2. QSO’s with special event radio station R100ZH = 20 points for the award "Golden Khokhloma" and 100 points on the rest of the Nizhny Novgorod diplomas.
3. Point values earned may be multiplied by "2" if made on VHF.
4. Repeated contacts with the same stations count if made on other modes of modulation.

Contact are valid if made on or after 17 June 2016.

This is one of the awards which use the hamlog.ru website. You choose the award, enter your call sign and the system determines if you have met award requirements, and if so, gives you a link to receive a digital images. No charges.

E-mail: ra3tyl@gmail.com
Internet: http://r3t.ru/ru/

Tks QRZ.ru 6/24/16


Diploma Kutuzov.

Dedicated to the memory of the greatest Russian commander Mikhail Kutuzov. A plaque, based on the requirements the Order of Mikihail Kutuzov is available for having made QSOs with the list of territories and countries which were involved in the War of 1812).

Countries and territories:

1.Moskovskaya oblast                7.Poland
2.Kaliningradskaya region            8.Austria
3.Italy                                          9.Germany
4.Spain                                       10.England
5.Turkey                                     11.Sweden
6.Portugal

Radio hams of Europe need QSOs with at least 9 of the territories/countries.
Radio hams of Asia need QSOs with at least 7 of the territories/countries.

Contacts must have been made since 2000, using any kind of band and mode.
SWL: diploma issued on similar terms.
Applications for the diploma sent to the address: r3gt@mail.ru
Russian Stations: cost of the diploma is 2200 rubles which includes shipping to Russia.
Former Soviet Republics cost cost of the diploma including shipping is 2800r.
The cost of the CIS nations is $US55 .

When ordering the plaque, contact the sponsor and ask the address specified in the message.

QSO data should be submitted in a common text format.

E-mail: r3gt@mail.ru
Internet: http://r3gt.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/3036.html

Tks QRZ.ru 12/22/15


KUZBASS Award

Sponsored by the Radioclub of Kemerovskaya oblast. Earn 50 points for QSOs (SWLs) with amateurs located in the Kemerovskaya oblast on or after 1 Jan 1990. WWII veterans need 25 points. Asian foreign stations need 20 QSOs, DX stations from all other continents need 10 QSOs.

Point values:
a. Every QSO/SWL = 1 point.
b. On 160 m = 2 points.
c. On VHF or via satellite you need 10 QSOs
d. The same station may be contacted for credit on different bands or with a different mode on one band.

Send GCR list and award fee of $US2 for Russian and CIS country amateurs, and 10 IRC for all others. Apply to: Andrey Anatolyevich Orlov, P.O.Box 3411, KEMEROVO, 650065, Russia.

Tks RA1AE 2/2007


Kuzbass DX Group Awards Series ---   Rewrite

General Requirements : Log extract requested, cards not wanted. SWL OK. There are not restrictions as for the QSO date, modes and bands. Awards fee is 1 $ equivalent for Russian amateurs, 2 $ equivalent or 4 IRS for CIS amateurs, 10 $ or 10 IRC or 10 EURO for the rest of world amateurs.  (PAYPAL is now accepted.  Ask awards manager for the proper e-mail address to use) The application and fee should be sent (registered letter recommended) to:O.A.Maljavskij , Box 1, Topki, Kemerovskaja obl, 652300 Russia. Awards will be send to applicants by registered letter.

Special offer for hams outside of Russia: Some of our foreign colleagues have a sort of preoccupation about the uncertain work of the Russian Post-Office and don't risk to send green stamps/IRC in envelopes with their applications. If you don't consider wish to send the application for award and the fee by certified letter the sponsor suggests another way. So, if you are ready to pay for me the necessary fee for any award issued in your country, I would be happy to accept your e-mail request for our award and sent it to you free of charge. In this case just send me an e-mail and we will agree about the matter. (K1BV note: if you will pay his fee for an award that he earns in your country, he will send you one of the awards that you earn listed above free of charge. This way, no money leaves either persons country.)

E-mail: ua9uax@kuzbass.net
Internet: http://ua9uax.narod.ru 

W-18-Z Award

To obtain the W-18-Z award, contact stations of the Russian Oblasts situated in the WAZ Zone 18: R9H, I,  (TO, ex 158), R9O, P (NS, ex 145), R9U, V (KE, ex 130), R9Y (AL, ex99), R9Z (GA, ex100), R0A, B, H (KK, ex TM, EV, 103, 105, 106), R0O (BU, ex85), R0S, T (IR, ex UO, 124), 174), R0U, V (ZK, ex CT, AB, 166, 175), R0W (HA, ex 104).

The award has three classes.
1 st class: work 18 different stations of zone 18, among them at least one station of the each one of the above listed oblasts.
2 nd class: work 18 different stations from at least 7 different oblasts located in the zone 18.
3 rd class: work 10 different stations of the zone 18.

QSLs of SWLs located in the zone 18 are valid for the award purposes.

 

Worked Russian Special Stations Award (WRSS)

Contact with Russian special event stations. 

The award is available in three classes:
1 st class - work 20 different special event stations.
2 nd class - work 10 different special event stations.
3 rd class - work 5 different special event stations.

Applicants from Russia must have worked with a twice the above number of stations.

Special Event stations include the following:
1. those using the UE prefix
2. those using two or more numbers in the call sign, such as R750Z, R300FF, R1000YR, RC80MO, etc.
3. those using the RP prefix. 

 

 

Kuznetsk Fortress Award

Established by the local branch of the Union of Radio Russia g.Novokuznetska the Kemerovo region (R9U), and is dedicated to the historical settlements in the territory of Novokuznetsk - Kuznetsk Fortress, founded in 1618.

During any calendar year, make at least 10 QSOs on HF or 5 on VHF with amateurs of the Novokuznetska region or members of the Novokuznetsk radio club. Same station may be contacted for credit if contacts made on different bands or modes. No use of repeaters.

Send log extract and fee of 60 rubles for Russians, and 150 rubles for all others to: Safonova Sergei Ivanovich. PO Box 6965, Novokuznetsk 654007, Russia.

Internet: http://rz1cwc.qrz.ru/rus/awards/kuznetsk/kuznetsk.html

 K1BV Research 1/13 


Law, Duty Honour Award

Sponsored by Krasnodar reg, Russian section of the IPA.  Contact different IPA members from Russia since 1 Jan 2002. Earn 200 points from the following schedule:

    1. Every QSO: for European part of Russia = 50 points, for all others = 100 points.
    2. QSOs made on: 28 March, 5 September, 30 September, 10 November, or on 1.8 Mhz count double.

IPA Russian section members: RW1AP  RN1TA  UA1CKC  RA3YA  RU3HD  UA3AFL  UA3RDO  RA3ASA  RA3ASR  UA3GMB  RU4CF  RA4CO  RA6AHL  RA6JZ  RV9CEC  RA9LL  RU9DX  UA9XK  RW0JB  RA0LL  UA4RZ  RU0SL ("silent keys" UA4RZ, RU0SL - since 28 March 1992).

GCR list and fee for Russian stations = $1, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan stations = $1.50 and all others = $US5 or 10 IRC.  Apply to: Victor Mikhaylovich Berezhnov RA9LL, Stantsionaya Str., 18a-103, Tyumen, Russia 625053. 

(Chg 2/2008)


LENINGRAD REGION DISTRICTS AWARD (LRDA)

The LENINGRAD REGION DISTRICTS AWARD is sponsored by the City administration of Sertolovo. The award may be earned for contacts with amateur radio stations of the Leningrad region of 20 different administrative areas. This award uses the districts established for the Russian Districts Award (RDA) by The Tambov Award Group (http://rdaward.org/indexeng.htm) All bands and modes. SWL OK.

Activators may earn the award for activating three or more areas of the Leningrad region and making no less than 100 QSOs from each area. You must possess the QSL cards confirming two way radio communications with 20 various areas of Leningrad region. Your application must specify (1) call sign of the station contacted), (2) date of QSO and (3) name of the administrative area according to the list shown below.  GCR list by two licensed radio fans or of an official of your local radio club. The manager of the award has the right to request QSL a card for check.

Fee for the award is:
Russian amateurs: 100 roubles
CIS country amateurs: 4€.
All Others: 7€ or 10 NEW IRC.

Apply to: Sokolov Dmitry Aleksandrovichu RX1CQ, PO Box 13, Sertolovo, Leningrad Region, 188655, Russia.

E-mail rx1cq@mail.ru

DISTRICTS OF THE LENINGRAD REGION

City of the Leningrad Region
LO-01 Boksitogorsk
LO-02 Volkhov
LO-03 Vsevolozhsk
LO-04 VYBORG
LO-05 GATCHINA
LO-06 Ivangorod
LO-07 Kingisepp
LO-08 Kiris
LO-09 KIROVSKY
LO-10 Lodeynoye pole
LO-11 ING
LO-12 Pikalyovo
LO-13 Podporozhye
LO-14 Priozersk
LO-15 SHALE
LO-16 SOSNOVY BOR
LO-17 Tikhvin
LO-18 Tosno
LO-19 Shlisselburg
Districts of the Leningrad Region
LO-20 Boksitogorsky DISTRICT
LO-21 Volosovskiy DISTRICT
LO-22 Volkhov district / incl.NOVAYA, Ladoga, Syasstroy /
LO-23 Vsevolozhsk district
LO-24 Vyborg district / incl. gg.VYSOTSK, Kamennogorsk, Primorsk, Svetogorsk /
LO-25 Gatchina District / off. g.KOMMUNAR /
LO-26 Kingisepp district
LO-27 Kirishsk district
LO-28 KIROVSKY AREA / incl. OTRADNOE /
LO-29 Lodeynoye Pole district
LO-30 Lomonosov district
LO-31 Luga district
LO-32 Podporozhsky DISTRICT
LO-33 Priozersky District
LO-34 Slantsy DISTRICT
LO-35 Tikhvin DISTRICT
LO-36 Tosnensky District / off. LYUBAN, Nicholas /
LO-37 Sertolovo

Worked All Castles of Lipetsk

The diploma is sponsored the "Lipetsk Activity Group" requiring the operator to make a contact with the 3 "fortresses" of the Lipetsk region according to the WAC list. The castles are Liebiedian (RC-093), Usman (RC-117), Chaplygin (former Rannenburg, RC-116). In addition, one radio contact with any member of "LAG" is obligatory (These include stations R2GNP, R3GD, RG5G, and UB3GAA).

The application requires that you possess of the cards received in confirmation of the contacts. A copy of cards can be sent as images on an e-mail message to the manager of RG5G cjirb@yandex.ru No copies of the card of a member of "LAG" is needed. All bands and modes. Endorsement for mode is available. The award is a plaquette in the form of a metal plate of golden color, the size of 10x17 cm, and the size of a wooden portion is 15x22 cm.

The fee for the plaquette to Russians is 1100 rubles. For all others, the fee is 29€.

Manager of a plaquette is RG5G. Contact sponsor for info on payment.

E-mail: cjirb@yandex.ru
Internet: http://rg5g.ru
Also: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2866.html

Tks QRZ.ru 11/5/14


THE LIPETSK REGION Diploma

The diploma "Lipetsk region" award is sponsored by the Lipetsk Regional Branch of the Union of radio fans of Russia and is based on the concept of the Russian District Awards (RDA).

The award is available in three levels:
1. Basic award requires contacts with 10 areas of the Lipetsk region under the RDA list.
2. The mid level requires 15 areas.
3. The top level requires all 23 areas.

When applying for either of the two higher levels, please specify number and date of the basic award. The award is issued for confirmed contacts and the manager reserves the right to request cards if there are any doubts of a radio communication. Contactsl on or after June, 12th, 1991 are accepted. SWL OK.  Activators of program RDA can earn this award with a special inscription for activating at least 5 areas of the Lipetsk region with at least 100 QSOs for each. It is desirable to have photographic evidence of operations.  Send GCR list of contacts and fees for Russian stations of 90 roubles, endorsement labels 15 roubles. Fee for CIS countries and DX stations is 6 IRC, and endorsement labels at 1 IRC. The application and correct fee should be sent to: Mazaevu Igor Borisovichu UA3GGO, PO Box 843, Lipetsk-16, 398016, Russia.

E-mail: ua3ggo@lipetsk.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/264.html

Lipetskaya oblast (LP) UA3G

LIPETSK AREAS
LP-01 LEVOBEREZHNY
LP-02 OKTJABR`SKY
LP-03 PRAVOBEREZHNY
LP-04 SOVIETSKY

CITIES
LP-05 YELETS

AREAS
LP-06 VOLOVSKY AREA
LP-07 GRJAZINSKY AREA /incl. GRJAZI/
LP-08 DANKOVSKY AREA /incl. DANKOV/
LP-09 DOBRINSKY AREA
LP-10 DOBROVSKY AREA
LP-11 DOLGORUKOVSKY AREA
LP-12 ELETSKY AREA
LP-13 ZADONSKY AREA /incl. ZADONSK/
LP-14 IZMALKOVSKY AREA
LP-15 KRASNINSKY AREA
LP-16 LEBEDJANSKY AREA /incl. LEBEDJAN'/
LP-17 LEV - TOLSTOVSKY AREA
LP-18 LIPETSKY AREA
LP-19 STANOVLJANSKY AREA
LP-20 TERBUNSKY AREA
LP-21 USMANSKY AREA /incl. USMAN'/
LP-22 HLEVENSKY AREA
LP-23 CHAPLYGINSKY AREA /incl. CHAPLYGIN/


Magnitka Diploma

Sponsored by the Magnitogorsk City RC of the Chelyabinskaya oblast.  Contact Magnitogorsk City and Chelyabinskaya Oblast and earn a total of 70 points.  
    Each contact with a station from Magnitogorsk City = 7 points.
    Each contact with a station from other areas of the Chelyabinskaya Oblast = 3 points.
    Each contact with special station of the Chelyabinskaya Oblast = 10 points.
    Each digital (SSTV, PSK, etc) contact = 15 points. 
On 160 meters, these point values are doubled.  3 contacts with stations of Magnitogorsk City are mandatory.  On VHF, only 5 contacts with Magnitogorsk needed. The same station may be contacted on different bands or modes for credit.  All bands and modes.  Contacts after 1 Jan 1999.  SWL OK.  GCR list and fee of $US2 or 4 IRCs.  Award is free to veterans of the Great Patriotic War (WWII) and for any amateurs under the age of 16.  Apply to: Konstantin P. Babayev RX9AEF, PO Box 22, Magnitogorsk, 455005, Chelyabinskaya Oblast, Russia.

Chelyabinskaya Oblast Callsign Series: R9A,  R9B,  RA...RZ9A, RA...RZ9B,  U9A,  UA...UI9A,  UA...UI9B.
Internet: http://www.rn9aql.nm.ru/diplom.htm
E-mail: rx9aef@qsl.net

(Tks RN3FX)(8/2001) 


MEZHDURECHENSK TOWN - 50 YEARS

Sponsored by the Radioclub of Mezhdurechensk. Earn 50 points for QSO with members of Radioclub of Mezhdurechensk (RDA districts KE-22 and KE-36).

Point values are:
1. Club station = 20 points.
2. Residents of Mezhdurechensk. = 10 points.
3. Stations may be contacted for credit on different bands, or different modes on one band,
4. Points are doubled if they are:
     a. made on 160, 80 40 m.
     b. made on June 23 (day of foundation of Mezhdurechensk) and on last Sunday of August (Miner's Day).
5. Points are tripled for foreign HAMs.

SWL OK. Send a GCR list and fee of $US2 for CIS and $US3 for all others. Apply to: VITALY VASILYEVICH Kozhemyakin, P.O.Box 20, Mezhdurechensk-10, Kemerovskaya oblast, 652880, Russia.

List of members of Mezhdurechensk town radioclub (on Jan 1 2006):
- Club stations: RA9UWT, RU9UWU.
- HAMs: RA9UAE, RA9UBP, RA9UIW, RA9UP, RA9UPK, RA9UQS, RA9ULT, RV9UAF, RV9UBF, RV9UBH, RV9UO, RV9USB, RW9UAS, RW9UBG, RW9UDG, RX9ULM, UA9UAE, UA9UFT, UA9UIC, UA9UKI, UA9UPK, UA9URN, UA9URO, UA9UUG, UA9UUO.

E-mail: rx9ulm@rikt.ru

Tks RA1AE 2/2007


--- MICHURINSK Contest Group Series ---

General Conditions: Michurinsk is known as one of the Russian Science Centres. Contact members of the Michurinsk Contest Group and amateurs from Michurinsk City on or after 1 October 1990. Award Manager : Jack Yatskiv RN3RQ , P.O.Box 30 , Michurinsk 393760 , Russia.

E-mail: rn3rq@tamb.ru
Internet: http://www.rw3rq.tamb.ru/award.htm
Internet: http://www.rw3rq.tamb.ru/medal.htm

MICHURINSK Contest Group Award

European stations earn 30 points, DX stations need 15 points. Special ""MCG" call signs = 3 pts , MCG club members 2 or 1 points per the list of QSO club members and town residents shown below. The certificate is free of charge, though the sponsor requests 1 IRC for postal expenses.

MICHURINSK CONTEST GROUP - MEDAL" TROPHY

The award is a large metal medallion. European station earn 20 points , DX stations need Special "MCG" call signs = 3 points , "MCG" members - 2 or 1 points . Fee for the medal is 5 IRCs .

List of "MCG" members:
3 pts - R3R,RD3R,RK3R,RN3R,RP3R..,RR3R,RU3R,RX3ARM (91-92),UA3R,UE3R..

2 pts - RA3RAQ, RDW, RCL, RFU, RGD, RGQ, RIU, RJH, RK, RM, RMG, ROR, RQA, RQD, RQF, RQJ, RRS, SL RK3RR, RX RN3RAD, RAT, RDQ, REY, RM, RQ RV3RK, RV, RU3RA, RE, RR RW3DY, RM, RN, RQ, RV RX3RG, RL, RM, RV, RZ  UA3RAC, RAR, RHK, RJ, RQ, RSG, RTF, RTE, RTZ, RU, RUF, RV, SAQ.

1 point - RK3RWL, RWR, RWZ, RXJ, RZZ, RZM RW3RWW RX3RXX.

Tks RN3RQ 1/29/12


Mining Factory Areas of the Chelyabinsk Region

Contact cities and areas important in mining operations of the Chelyabinsk Region of Siberia on or after 1 January 2015.

There are 3 levels to the award:
Class III- 3 District RDA,
Class II- 5 districts RDA,
Class I- 7 RDA districts.

The required areas (using the Russian District Award (RDA) include:
1. Ashinsky Area - CB-34
2. Katav-Ivanovsky Area - CB-41
3. Ust-Katav City - CB -26
4. Trekhgorny City - CB -30
5. Satkinsky Area - CB -49
6. Zlatoust City - CB -14
7. Kusinsky Area - CB - 45
8. Miass City - CB - 22

Send a log extract containing QSO information to the E-mail: ra9avl@mail.ru The award fee is 80 rubles, and payment may be sent by standard mail to: Vladimir Nikolaevich Sharov RA9AVL, 456110, Katav-Ivanovsk, ul. Lenina, 2-36, Russia.

Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2888.html

Tks QRZ.ru 1/14/15


MOSCOW AWARD PROGRAM

Sponsored by the Moscow regional department of SRR (Soyuz Radiolyubitelej Rossii or Union of Radio Amateurs of Russia). Contact different municipalities which are found within the city of Moscow since 1 January 2007. All bands and modes. No use of repeaters. SWL OK.  
     Every municipality in Moscow has its own unique identifier. Each municipality may be used one time for the awards. Hams from Moscow may display on their QSL-cards the short name of the municipality, and report it during the QSO: e.g. MOS BR (MOS = Moscow, BR = short name of the municipality). The list of municipalities is on the site http://www.mos.inst.ru

Award

Level

Different 
Municipalities 
Needed

Award - Class III

Bronze

25

Award - Class II

Silver

50

Award - Moscow Class I

Gold

75

Plaque

"Moscow"

100

Plaque

"Moscow Trophy"

All 123

The awards are awarded in succession, beginning from Class III. Your application should list the municipalities in alphabetical order of the 2-letter short names. SWL cards OK.     Award fees:  Russia - 60 roubles, - for Europe and CIS countries - 5 IRC,, and all others 10 IRC. Apply to: Mikhail Soukhanov Borisovich, PO Box 76, Moscow 123022, Russia.

E-mail: info@inst.ru    Subject line should say: Award program Moscow
Internet: http://mos.inst.ru

Tks RA1AE 1/2007


 Moscow - The Port of Five Seas" Diploma

Thanks to a network of canals and rivers, the inland city of Moscow is a seaport for vessels of Five Seas. Earn the award by making contact with stations in Moscow, the Moscow Region including the Moscow Canal and the Oka Rivers, and cities which are located on the coasts of the White, Baltic, Azov, Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. SWL cards from these areas OK. All bands and modes OK.

No time limitations on QSO/SWL. Same station may be contacted if on different bands or modes. If all QSOs are made on 160 meters, then only one QSO with Moscow and five stations on the sea coasts noted above will be sufficient. No use of repeaters.

Total:
a. 10 QSO with stations in Moscow.
b. .3 QSO with stations of the Moscow Region, located near the Moscow Canal. Moscow from Dubna and Moscow - for example, Dubna, Dmitrov Zaprudnov, Yakhroma, Pushkin, Khimki, Dolgoprudny etc.
c. 3 QSO with stations radio settlements of Moscow Region, located between Moscow and Moscow Beloomut near rivers and Oka - for example, Lytkarino, Zhukovsky, Bronnitsy, Voskresensk, Kolomna, Lukhovitsy, Beloomut.
d. 2 QSO with stations located on the White Sea coast - such as Kem, Rabocheostrovsk etc.
e. 2 QSO with stations located on the Baltic coast - for example, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Kaliningrad, etc.
f. 2 QSO with stations located on the Azov Sea coast - for example, Mariupol, Azov, Rostov-on-Don, etc.
g. 2 QSO with stations located on the Black Sea coast - for example, Sevastopol, Odessa, etc.
h. 2 QSO with stations located on the shores of the Caspian Sea - for example, Baku, etc.

SWLs may earn the award on similar terms. Application should be in the form of a log extract.
The diploma is issued free of charge in electronic format. Jpg or Tiff at the request of the applicant.

E-mail: info@inst.ru or ra3ars@rambler.ru using the term "Moscow - Port of Five Seas" as subject.
Internet: www.mos.inst.ru/mos5s.htm

Tks QRZ.ru 1/9/12


 — Moscow Branch of Union of Radio Amateurs of Russia Series —

General Requirements: Sponsored by the Moscow Branch of Radio Amateurs of Russia. All bands and modes OK and contacts must be made on or after 1 January 2012 unless the rules specify different starting date. SWL OK. Application for Certificate shall be made in electronic form on the basis of an log book extract from the applicant showing in chronological order and direction a separate file in text format and sent to the award manager via e-mail to: award@r3a.su . The sponsor will accept contacts which have been confirmed by LoTW, eQSL, HRDLog and others. Your request must specify your full name, call sign, QTH, Country, date of request, your e-mail address as well as usual contact information from your log. After the information has been checked by the award manager, an electronic version of the award, in a high quality digital GIF file will be sent to your e-mail address.

The awards are free of charge.

E-mail: award@r3a.ru
Internet: http://www.r3a.su

Capitals of the World Diploma

This award may be earned by making 2-way radio contact (SWL OK), with 100 amateur radio stations located in one hundred different capitals of the world. One QSO / SWL with the city of Moscow is mandatory.

 

Yury Dolgoruky Diploma

The diploma "Yury Dolgoruky" honors the founder of the city of Moscow: Yury Dolgorukogo. The award may be earned by contacting stations (SWL OK) with stations located in the city or or after 1 January 2012. You must earn a total of 1147 points, which is symbolic of the year of the founding of the city of Moscow.

In 1147, Yuri Dolgoruki had a meeting with Sviatoslav Olgovich in a place called Moscow. In 1156, Yuri fortified Moscow with wooden walls and a moat. Although the settlement probably existed earlier, Dolgoruki is often called "The Founder of Moscow". (Tks WIKIPEDIA)

POINT VALUES: 

a. All contacts with club stations RK3A, RK3AZY, RA3AWC, RL3AX, RU3AWH, RK3AWB, RK3AYS, RK3AZZ, RK3AWS, RU3AWM, RK3AXT, RK3AXS, RV3AWB, RK3AWR =47 points.
b. QSOs with other amateur radio stations of Moscow = 21 points.
c. Repeated radio contacts using the same station, but using different band and modes are permitted.
d. For QSO/SWL on VHF ranges point values are doubled.
e. QSO/SWL, made through VHFs-repeaters, are not permitted.

Golden Ring of Russia Diploma

Contact within a period of 24 hours one amateur radio stations of each of the 10 cities which comprise the "Golden Ring" of Russia. These cities are: Moscow, Sergiev, Posad, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Rostov Great, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Ivanoyo, Suzdal and Vladimir.

The Golden Ring is a ring of cities northeast of Moscow. They formerly comprised the region known as Zalesye. These ancient towns, which also played a significant role in the formation of the Russian Orthodox Church, preserve the memory of the most important and significant events in Russian history. The towns have been called "open air museums" and feature unique monuments of Russian architecture of the 12th–18th centuries, including kremlins, monasteries, cathedrals, and churches. These towns are among the most picturesque in Russia and prominently feature Russia's famous onion domes (Tks WIKIPEDIA)

 

MOSCOW Diploma

Contact amateur radio stations located in the city of Moscow, within various districts of the city.
Contacts must be made on or after January, 01st, 2007. VHF repeater QSOs not eligible for the award.
Each area of Moscow has a unique identifier, and all contacts must be with different district.

Stations in Moscow will show their district identification in the QSL and at carrying out of communications in efi-re the name of the area consisting of the abbreviation MOS and the two-letter identifier. For example: MOS: BR, MOS: NG.

There are Four levels of the award issued:
Class IV - 25 districts.
Class III - 50 districts.
Class II - 75 districts.
Class l - 100 districts.

Your application must contain data specified in the General Requirements section of this listing as well as a list of the Moscow stations contacted, with all QSO information, as well as the Moscow District number.

Tks QRZ.ru 3/13/12


--- Moscow Radio Club Series ---

General Requirements: Sponsored by the Moscow Radio Club for making contacts with stations located in Moscow, Russia using all bands on or after January 1, 2007. SWL OK. No use of repeater contacts. Send GCR list and fee of 60 Rubles or equivalent to: Yuri Ivanovich Fedotov, PO Box 33, Moscow 119415, Russia.

1. MOSCOW AWARD - Areas of Moscow

Contact _(???)_______ different stations in Moscow who provide the name of their area of MOS which consists of the abbreviation MOS followed by the two letter ID such as:
MOS: BR
MOS: NG

2. MOSCOW AWARD - Districts of Moscow

Contact (_???)______ different stations in Moscow who provide the name of the Administrative District in that city which consists of the abbreviation MA and number such as:
MA 09
MA 07

3. Diploma UW3DI

UW3DI founded the publication "Radio" in 1970. This award recognizes his achievements and will be awarded for earning as many points as the years which have passed since 1970. In 2010, you will need 40 points, in 2011 it will be 41 points, etc. Each contact with a Moscow station on or after May 25, 2009 = 1 point towards this total.\

4. "Pioneers of Radio Diploma"

This award was established by the Regional Public Organization "Amateur Radio Club of Moscow" (ROO "Moscow radio club") in honor of the historic inventions of radio to send and receive information at a distance. Contact stations as noted below on or after 1 July 2013. SWL OK. All bands and modes OK.

Requirements - contact stations in the following countries:
a. Russia - 100 QSO. 
        Of these, 40 QSO with radio in Moscow, 20 QSO with radio in St. Petersburg, 10 QSO with radio Leningrad region, 10 QSO with radio Nizhny Novgorod region, 
        10 QSO with radio Perm region    and 10 QSO with radio Sverdlovsk region.
b. Serbia - 1 QSO
 
c. United States - 1 QSO
d Italy - 1 QSO.

Duplicate contacts are not counted. All members of the NGO "Moscow radio club", regardless of their place of residence, provide for 1 point each in credit for QSO with Moscow.

The award is issued on the basis of an extract from your log. Application for Diploma (with postal address of the applicant) should be addressed to: Fedotov Yuri Ivanovich, p/33, Moscow 119415, Russia. .

An application for a diploma may also be sent by e-mail to: cqmrk@mail.ru
Award fee is 50 rubles. A postal money order or stamps may be used.

Tks OH3GZ 7/24/13

E-mail: cqmrk@mail.ru
Internet: http://cqmrk.ru


Battle of Moscow Award

This award is issued to commemorate the anniversary of the battle of Moscow  which represented the  counterattack of the Soviet armies in the war of 1941-1945.  The "Moscow battle" diploma is sponsored by the Administration of the city district of Domodedovo of the Moscow area, collective of local branch SRR Domodedovo at support of Moscow regional branch SRR in memory of heroes of the Moscow battle which have begun counterattack of the Soviet armies in war on 1941-1945. 

For the diploma in 2006 - the 65th anniversary of battle,  it is necessary earn  65 points, in 2007 - 66 points, 2008 - 67 points, etc. for QSO with the amateur radio stations of the Moscow region contacted  only on regional days of activity (annually in December) and a memorial "Victory" (annually in May). 

Points: 

Individual radio stations of Moscow region RA3D(F)A - RZ3D(F)Z, RA3D(F)AA - RZ3D(F)VZ, UA3D(F)A – UA3D(F)Z, UA3D(F)AA - UA3D(F)VZ = 1 point, 
Club stations: RA3D(F)WA – RZ3D(F)ZZ - 3 points, 
Veteran of the Second World War - 5 points, 
Special (prefixes UE3D(F), RP3D(F), RP65D(F) from 2-10.12.2006) - 10 points. 

Repeated QSO are not valid. QSO for award are valid after December, 2, 2006. Cost of the diploma: 5R, $US7 or 10 IRC. 

December, 2-10, 2006 days of activity of Moscow region radioamateurs in honour of 65 years of the Moscow battle and in memory of heroes of the this battle which have begun counterattack of the Soviet armies in war on 1941-1945. If you earn all the points needed during the days of activity it is possible to satisfy a condition of diplomas "Moscow battle" and "Podmoscow'e award" (with a special label), and to individual and club stations also to take part in draw of prizes for the greatest number of points for QSO with the Moscow region. The following special stations will be on air active, each of which give on 10 points for diplomas: RP65РњР’ - The main station of activity RP65FWW RP65FZP RP65DRO RP65DPW RP65DWP RP65DXS RP65DZA RP3DMK RP3DРўF RP3DYB RP3DZD UР3DUT UE3DPS UE3DXZ UE3DLM UE3DWR UE3DWM UE3DOP UE3AOM/p UE4CGF - 10 points only for "Moscow battle" in activity days. 

Apply to: RV3DUT, Dmitriy Voronin, Box 230, Shchyolkovo, Moscow region, Russia, 141100.

Tks RV3DUT 11/2006


Motherland Of Peaceful Atom

This award commemorates starting of the first nuclear power station in Obninsk near Kaluga and is awarded for contacts (SWL ok) with amateurs from Obninsk since 27 June 1954. .

Work 10 Obninsk HAMs. All bands and modes. The same station may be worked on different bands and modes for credit for the award. 3 QSO’s on the 160 meter band are sufficient to earn the award. No use of repeaters. You may earn the award for just one QSO with the club station of Physics-Energy Institute UK3XAB, UZ3XWB.  Submit GCR list and fee as follows: Russians = 60 roubles, EU/CIS countries = 5 IRC, all others 10 IRC. Apply to: Soukhanov Mikhail Borisovich, Award manager, PO Box 76, 123022, Moscow, Russia.

E-mail: info@inst.ru with Subject: Motherland of peaceful atom
Internet: http://www.mos.inst.ru/obninsk.htm

Tks RA1AE 1/29/07


MOZDOK ORTHODOXAL Award

Sponsored by the Mozdok orthodox church and HAMs of Mozdok for making ONE QSO with HAMs of Mozdok and Mozdok region, on and after Jan 1 2006. Send log extract and fee of $US3 to: Aleksey Yuryevich Denshchikov UA6JHQ, P,O, Box 18, MOZDOK, 363751, Russia.

E-mail: ua6jhq@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 4/2007


ILYA MUROMETS Diploma

The city of Murom is a historic city in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, which sprawls along the left bank of Oka River. It was the home town of the most celebrated East Slavic epic hero, Ilya Muromets whom this award honors.

The award may be earned by submitting proof of making 10 QSO / SWL with radio contacts with the city of Murom and of stations in the Murom District. On VHF, only one QSO is needed. Repeat contacts with the same station are allowed on different bands and modes for credit. No time limitations. Send log extract and fee of 150 rubles to: Voitovich Anatoly M UA3VAF, 602200, Murom, ul. Michurinskaya, 31-14, Vladimir Region, Russia.

Tks QRZ.ru 1/13/12


MY WORLD AWARD / PLAQUE

Contact stations operating within QTH Locator grid squares with separate plaques available for each continent and one for the entire world. The program is designed to be a lifelong project with endorsements to a base line plaque.

The entire surface of the globe is divided into 324 sectors measuring 10 degrees of latitude by 20 degrees of longitude. Sectors are designated by two capital Latin letters from AA to RR inclusive. All 18 letters both on a longitude and on width are used. Letters: S, T, U, V, W, the X-th, Y, aren't used by Z. Each sector shares on 100 of «big squares» the sizes 1 degree of latitude on 2 degrees of a longitude (approximately 78×111,4 km in middle latitudes), they are designated by two figures from 00 to 99. The total number of big squares is 32 400. Each big square is divided into 576 of «small squares» which are defined as containing 2.5×5 angular minutes (approximately 4.6×6,5 km), designated by two lower case Latin letters. And letters from an are used to the letter x (z and y not used).

In the MY WORLD program of achievement of competitors on the basis of which diplomas stand out, are considered on sectors on each range, but on a site of the program the rating among participants of the program on big squares, irrespective of a range and a type of radiation is automatically conducted also. Therefore it is recommended at data recording about QSO in the electronic ravine to consider QTH a locator (grid locator) of the correspondent, then at export of ADIF of your ravine on a program site, automatically there will be an accounting of your achievements to display of your call sign in a rating. Ratings are conducted separately, on sectors and on squares.

The MY WORLD program is comprised of ten main diplomas:

1. MY WORLD award
2. MY WORLD award AFRICA
3. MY WORLD award ANTARCTICA
4. MY WORLD award ASIA
5. MY WORLD award EUROPE
6. MY WORLD award NORTH AMERICA
7. MY WORLD award OCEANIA
8. MY WORLD award SOUTH AMERICA
9. MY WORLD award CHALLENGE

and the diploma of the highest achievement in the Program is
10. MY WORLD award HONOR ROLL

Each of diplomas, is in the form of a wooden plaquette, and has special places for the fastening of metal medallions of different colors and forms, which showcase the achievements of the owner showing level at presently credited in the MY WORLD program.

The BASE DIPLOMA of MY WORLD award, is a wooden plaquette in the form of board in the size 270 X 370MM. It is earned for establishment of 2-way radio communications, using any kind of radiation, on any of the bands of: 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters, with the amateur radio operators in at least 100 various sectors of the world.

A bronze medallion may be attached for the initial 100 sectors. Separate medallions show achievement of 200 and 300 sectors to the competitor paper diplomas of MY WORLD – 200, MY WORLD – 300 complete with metal overlays of the corresponding color and a form ("silver" or "gold") for 200 or 300 sectors respectively which are fixed on a plaquette.

If the contacts are all made on the same band, the award may be endorsed by special medallions such as: MY WORLD – 160-100, MY WORLD – 160-200 … MY WORLD – 10-200 and 10-300.

CONTINENTAL DIPLOMAS of MY WORLD are executed in the form of a wooden plaquette in the size 230 X 330 of mm. Each of these continental awards may be earned for making two way contacts, using and mode on 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters. The base continental diploma is a plaquette with the "bronze" slip mounted on it for 30 % of the sectors, executed of metal with the corresponding covering.

At performance of conditions of the diploma and confirmation of communications from 50 % and 100 % of sectors, to the competitor paper diplomas of CONTINENT – 50 %, CONTINENT – 100 % stand out. Where CONTINENT is AFRICA, ANTARCTICA, ASIA, EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA, OCEANIA or SOUTH AMERICA. The diploma may be completed with metal overlays of the corresponding color and a form ("silver" or "gold") for 50 % or 100 % of sectors respectively which are fixed on a plaquette. At performance of conditions of the continental diploma on one concrete range paper diplomas stand out: CONTINENT 160 BRONZE, CONTINENT 160 SILVER, …, CONTINENT 10 BRONZE, CONTINENT 10 SILVER, CONTINENT 10 GOLD. Complete with diplomas the medals, the corresponding color and a form ("bronze", "silver" or "gold") for 30 %, 50 % or 100 % of sectors of this continent respectively, on a concrete range which are fixed on a plaquette in the established places stand out.

Sectors relating to each continent and quantity of sectors components of 30,50 and 100 percent for implementation of the "bronze", "silver" and "gold" continental diplomas, MIX and on ranges, are given in tables (for Africa, that would be 15 sectors = 30%, 25 sectors = 50% and 50 sectors = 100%). :

AFRICA: 15/25/50

HI IE JD KD LD MD ND
HJ IF JE KE LE ME NG HK IG JF KF LF MF HL IH JG KG LG MG II JH KH LH MH IJ JI KI LI MI IK JJ KJ LJ MJ
IL JK KK LK IM JL KL JM KM

ANTARCTICA: 22/36/72

AA CA EA GA IA KA MA OA QA AB CB EB GB IB KB MB OB QB AC CC EC GC IC KC MC OC QC AD CD ED GD ID KD MD OD QD BA DA FA HA JA LA NA PA RA BB DB FB HB JB LB NB PB RB BC DC FC HC JC LC NC PC RC BD DD FD HD JD LD ND PD RD

 ASIA: 21/35/69

AP MH NH OH PH QI RM 
AQ MI NI OI PI QL RN
KK MJ NJ OJ PJ QM RO 
KL MK NK OK PK QN RP 
KM ML NL OL PL QO 
RQ KN MM NM OM PM QP RR LK MN NN ON PN QQ LL MO NO OO PO QR LM MP NP OP PP LN MQ NQ OQ PQ LO MR NR OR PR

EUROPE: 9/15/29

HM IM JM KM LN MP HN IN JN KN LO MQ HO IO JO KO LP MR HP IP JP KP LQ IQ JQ KQ LR JR KR

 

NORTH AMERICA: 18/31/61

AM BM CL DJ EJ FJ GK HL
AN BN CM DK EK FK GL HO 
AO BO CN DL EL FL GM HP 
AP BP CO DM EM FM GN HQ 
AQ BQ CP DN EN FN GO HR 
AR BR CQ DO EO FO GP IQ 
CR DP EP FP GQ IR 
DQ EQ FQ GR DR ER FR

OCEANIA: 21/36/71

AD BD CD DD MD OD PD QD RD AE BE CE DE ND OE PE QE RE AF BF CF DF NE OF PF QF RF AG BG CG DG NF OG PG QG RG AH BH CH DH NG OH PH QH RH AI BI CI DI NH PI QI RI AJ BJ CJ DJ PJ QJ RJ AK BK CK EF PK QK RK AL BL CL RL

SOUTH AMERICA: 12/20/39

DH ED FD GD HD IE 
DI EF FE GE HE IF 
DJ EG FF GF HF IG 
EH FG GG HG IH EI FH GH HH II EJ FI GI HI FJ GJ HJ FK GK HK

   

 

 

Competitors at implementation of continental diplomas should realize that the same sectors can be located in different continents. For example the EJ sector in which Costa Rica and Panama, - are in NA, the northwest coast of Ecuador and Marchen's Island (SA-004) – is in SA. At demand formation by the program, it is necessary to check "double" sectors are in compliance to the continent and if necessary to make the amendment. Communications with CALL/MM stations may be used for any missing continent in this sector.

The DIPLOMA of CHALLENGE is executed in the form of a plaquette in the form of a board in the size 270 X 370MM. It requires establishment of bilateral radio communications, using any kind of mode on any ranges: 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters, with the radio fans being in various sectors of the world. Each sector on each range gives one point for the diploma. The plaquette requires one thousand band sectors. Endorsements for 1300, 1600, 1900, 2200 and 2500 band sectors will earn paper diplomas of CHALLENGE-1300, CHALLENGE-1600, CHALLENGE-1900, CHALLENGE-2200 and CHALLENGE-2500 complete with the corresponding medal or for 2500 - a cup which is fixed on a plaquette in the corresponding places.

The DIPLOMA of HONOR ROLL is executed in the form of a plaquette. It may be earned for establishment of bilateral radio communications, using any type of mode, on any bands: 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters, with the radio fans being in a total of 310 various sectors of the world. The plaquette is issued with the "bronze" plaque mounted on it for 310 sectors, executed of metal with the corresponding covering. At confirmation of 320 and 324 sectors paper diplomas of HONOR ROLL-320 and HONOR ROLL # 1, complete with metal overlays of the corresponding color and a form ("silver" or "gold") for 320 sectors and HONOR ROLL#1 for all sectors respectively which are fixed on a plaquette in the established places.

Diplomas of the MY WORLD program stand out for CONFIRMED QSOs with the other station being in various sectors of the world, using all modes on various 9 bands: 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 18, 15, 12 and 10 meters. Valid confirmations may be QSL cards or LoTW.

QSL cards should display any one of these location indicators:

a. QTH locator (grid locator), or
b. geographical coordinates of station which by means of the calculator on a program site, will easily define a locator, or
c. an accurate and unequivocal designation of QTH in the presence of which by means of programs, for example Google Earth, are determined geographical coordinates and further by the calculator a locator, or
d. it is possible to use information on an official site or on a personal page of this station in QRZ.com allowing unequivocally to define its locator, any way described above.
e. For confirmation on LoTW the locator of station is determined by information on an official site of expedition or on a personal page in QRZ.com.

Conditions of implementation of diplomas for activators:
Special rules will apply to "activators". See sponsor for these.

Cost of diplomas and payment procedure

Cost of diplomas of MY WORLD for the Russian radio fans, in brackets for members of WSDXC,:

Award

Rubles non-member

Rubles member

Fee other country non-member

Fee other country member

Plaquette base diploma

2400

2200

$US89

$US82

Plaquette continental diploma

2200

2000

82

75

Plaquette Challenge

2400

2200

89

82

Plaquette Honor Roll

2500

2300

91

84

Paper diplomas complete with the corresponding medals for affixing on plaquettes

 

450

 

400

 

14

 

 

13

Payment to make should be sent to:
SP Kruglov Sergey Sergeyevich
INN 550616651164
Bank details:
Account No. 40802810523050000521
In JSC ALFA BANK Novosibirsky Branch, Novosibirsk
Fps 30101810600000000774
??? 045004774
CHECK POINT 540743001

E-mail: mwaward73@gmail.com
Internet: http://www.mwawd.com

Tks QRZ.ru 9/12/12


NAKHODKA Award

Sponsored by the Nakhodka City Federation of Radio Sports to celebrate the 55th anniversary of f Nakhodka city. Contact at least 7 QSOs with amateurs of Nakhodka on and after Jan 1 2005 on any band and any mode. Every station may be worked only once. One QSO with RK0LXD is obligatory. SWL OK. Send GCR list along with photocopies of the cards received plus fee of 100 rubles and $US6 for all others to: Dmitry Leonidovich Lakhtyionov UA0LQJ, P.O. Box 119, NAKHODKA-6, 692906, Russia.

E-mail: ua0lqj@yandex.ru or ua0lqj@amsat.org

Tks RA1AE 4/2007


  NAUKOGRADS OF RUSSIA Award (Naukograd = Science city)

The Diploma is awarded for making contacts with amateurs located in cities having special status of "Naukorgad" (Science city) of Russian Federation. (Naukograd is a new word in the Russian Language, interpreted as meaning Science City.) At present there are 14 cities and a workers village having this status.

Earn the award by making 10 QSOs with stations located in the "Naukograds" of Russia from the list below. QSL cards from SWLs also count for the award. .Contacts are valid on or after the date shown. No band and mode restrictions. No repeater contacts. Every call sign may be worked only one time.

The list of "Naukograds" of Russia and dates of their status:

City                Region                      Date (on or after)
Obninsk             Kaluga region (R3X)         c 06.05.2000
Korolev             Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 04/12/2001
Dubna               Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 12/20/2001
Koltsovo            Novosibirsk Region (R9O)    from 17/01/2003
Michurinsk          Tambov region (R3R)         from 11/04/2003
Fryazino            Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 12/29/2003
Reutov              Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 12/29/2003
Peterhof, The       St. Petersburg (R1A)        from 07/23/2005
Pushchino           Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 27/10/2005
Biysk               Altai Territory (R9Y)       from 21/11/2005
Zhukovsky           Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 29/01/2007
Troitsk             Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 29/01/2007
Chernogolovka       Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 18.08.2008
Protvino            Moscow region (R3D, F)      from 18.08.2008

SWL OK.. Cards must be in your possession, but need not be submitted. Sponsor reserves right to request any card. Send log extract.  The award is now being issued FREE of charge in electronic format, either .jpg or .tiff at your request. Paper certificates no longer being issued. 

E-mail: info@inst.ru  or ra3ars@rambler.ru with Subject Diploma, Science City of Russia.
Internet: http://mos.inst.ru/sci_sityes.htm

(Chg 1/13/12)


Diploma Alexander Nevsky

Nevsky is commonly regarded as a key figure of medieval Rus', Alexander rose to legendary status on account of his military victories over German and Swedish invaders while agreeing to pay tribute to the powerful Golden Horde. He was canonized as a saint of the Russian Orthodox Church by Metropolite Macarius in 1547. Popular polls rank Alexander Nevsky as the greatest Russian hero in history. Tks WIKIPEDIA

Sponsored by the RO CPP for Nizhny Novgorod region for contacting stations in the city of Nizhny Novgorod and Nizhny Novgorod Region on or after 26 Nov 2014. The diploma is issued for conducting two-way radio (observations) using any mode on the HF and VHF bands with hams in Nizhny Novgorod and the Nizhny Novgorod region.

Requirements: Score at least 1263 points.

Point values:
1. Each QSO (SWL) = 50 points (on HF) and 300 points (on VHF).
2. During special periods of activity, this score is doubled.
3. Multiple contacts with the same station are permitted if made on different bands or different types of radiation.
4. Work station R751 (Alexander Nevsky) for 200 points for the award "Alexander Nevsky".

Diplomas are issued in electronic form. The electronic certificates are issued free of charge.
Send list of contacts with all QSO data to: Award Manager - Alexander V. Kulakov RA3TL at: ra3tl {cobaka} mail.ru. The manager has the right to carry out spot checks on the log.

E-mail: ra3tyl@gmail.com
Internet: http://r3t.ru/ru/

Tks qrz.ru

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Afanasy Nikitin Award

Sponsored by the Club 22 in Tver. This is one of the oldest awards of the former USSR! Afanasy Nikitin, the famous merchant and one of the first Europeans to travel to and document his visit to India. He was born in Tver in the late 1400's. For European stations: work 30 stations from Tverskaya oblast. Any station may be worked several times for credit on different bands. No time limits. For all others, 15 stations are needed. Send log extract and fee of $US2 or equivalent to Club 22, P.O.Box 74, TVER, 170000, Russia.

e-mail: ua3ick@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 12/07


-- Nizhniy Novgorod Society of Radio Amateurs Series ---      

General Requirements: The city of Nizhniy Novgorod used to be called "Gorky", and is the 4th largers city in Russia.  The awards are sponsored by the Nizhniy Novgorod  Society of Radio Fans.  The certificates are FREE of charge and will be in the form of an electronic image which you may print in your radio shack.  If you require a printed copy of the award, the fee is 50 Rubles and should be mailed to: Alexander V. Kulakov RA3TL, ul. Dachnaya 18-24, 603034, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. 

E-mail: ra3tl@mail.ru 
Internet: http://nor.atnn.ru/ 

    Nizhniy Novgorod Region Award

Issued  for making 2-way contacts on HF/VHF and using any mode with stations resident in  Nizhniy Novgorod and the Nizhniy Novgorod Region of Russia (UA3T__) in 10 Different RDA (Russian District Award) areas on or after 1 Jan 2010.   Send a list of the stations contacted and their RDA district numbers (as shown in the RDA link above) to ra3tl@mail.ru.  (Valid district numbers will be in the NN-xx series such as NN-05 or NN-60.)  

       The Nizhniy Novgorod Kremlin Award

In Russian, "Kremlin" means a strongly built fortification used for defense of a city.  In the year 1221, the Grand Duke Vladimir Yury Vsevolodovichem supervised the construction of such a fortress at the junction of the Oka and Volga Rivers.  This award commemorates this defense against invaders which lasts to this day.  
     Earn at least 1221 points by contacting stations resident in Nizhni Novgorod and the Nizhniy Novgorod Region (UA3T).  Each such QSO = 50 points on HF and 100 points on VHF.  

     The Nizhniy Novgorod Radio Laboratory Award

This award honors the Novgorod Radio Laboratory which was founded in 1918.  It hosted the formation of the Nizhniy Novgorod Radio Society in 1924.  Contact amateurs in the city of Nizhni Novgorod and the Nizhniy Novgorod Region (UA3T_) on or after 1 January 2010.  Earn a total of 1918 points.  Each valid QSO = 50 points on HF and 100 on VHF.  On designated "days of activity", point values are doubled. The same station may be contacted for award credit if QSOs are made on different bands and modes. 

Tks QRZ.ru 1/2/11


NL Diploma

The Diploma "NL" has been established by a group of radio amateurs of the Novopokrovskiy district of the Krasnodar Territory. A Diploma may earned by amateurs and SWLs around the world.

Requirements: Make at least one QSO with amateurs located in the river basin districts (using RDA numbers as follows:
1. KR-47- Novopokrovskiy district,
2. KR-49 - Pavlovsky district,
3. KR-39 - Krylovskiy region,
4. KR-42 - Kushchyovsky District,
5. KR-53 - Starominsky district,
6. KR-61 - Shcherbinovsky area
7. and KR-33 - Yeisk.

Radio contacts may be made on any amateur band using any kind of mode, starting from January 1, 2010.
Contacts made on different bands with same station are also counted.

Application certified by two radio hams can be in electronic form and payment for diploma may be sent to R7BR: r7br-kr47@yandex.ru . The award fee including mailing costs is 150 rubles for Russian stations. For other stations, the fee is US$ 4.5. The award is also available as a digital file at no cost.

E-mail: r7br-kr47@yandex.ru   
Internet: http://ru6bx.ucoz.ru/

Tks QRZ.ru 6/25/16


Worked Northern Caucasus Award (WNCA)

Awarded for contacting stations located in the Russian territory of the Northern Caucasus.  It is necessary to make 12 QSOs - one from each of the twelve republics, territories and areas of Northern Caucasus listed as follows:

RA6A, B, C, D - Krasnodar Territory RA6E - Karachaevo-Circassian Republic
RA6H, F, G - Stavropol territory RA6I - Republic Kalmykia
RA6J - Republic Northern Ossetia RA6L, M, N - Rostov area
RA6P - Republic Chechen Republic RA6Q - Republic Ingushetia
RA6U - Astrakhan area RA6W - Republic Dagestan
RA6X - Republic Kabardino-Balkariya RA6Y - Republic Adygea

You may substitute any 2 stations located in Rostov-on-Don for any missing territory, republic or area.  All bands and modes.  SWL OK.

WNCA - VHF is available for making 12 QSOs with stations located in not less of three republics, territories or areas of Northern Caucasus, on frequencies higher than 30 Mhz.  The VHF version is not available for SWLs.

GCR list and fee of $US2 for Russians, $US3 for CIS countries, and $US5 for all others.  Apply to: Sergey S. Denisenko RA6LMF, PO Box 1092, Rostov-on-Don, 344091, Russia.

E-mail: ra6lmf@mail.ru 

(Chg 1/2004)


All Districts of Novgorod Region Diploma

Sponsored by the RO CPP in Novgorod region of Russia. The Diploma is an electronic image and is available in 3 classes. Make contacts with 7, 14 or 22 different administrative regions of the Novgorod region.

The list of administrative regions is shown below. This information comes from the Russian District Award (RDA). 
NV-01 Veliky Novgorod 
NV-04 Batetsky District 
NV-05 Borovichi District 
NV-06 Valdai State 
NV-07 Volotovsky State 
NV-08 Demyansk State 
NV-09 Krestetsky District 
NV-10 Lyubytinsky State 
NV-11 Malovishersky State 
NV-12 Maryovsky District 
NV-13 Moshenskoy District 
NV-14 Novgorod State 
NV-15 Okulovsky State 
NV-16 Parfino State 
NV-17 Pestovsky State 
NV-18 Poddorsky District 
NV-19 Soletsky District 
NV-20 Starorussky State 
NV-21 khvoyninsky district 
NV-22 Kholmsk District 
NV-23 Chudovsky State 
NV-24 Shimsky district 

Contacts made through repeaters or via the Internet (using Echolink, etc. ) do not count. Contacts made by amateur radio satellites OK. SWL’s may earn the diploma on the same conditions as licensed amateurs. 

Applications should be made using Word, Excel, or ADIF, Cabrillo, Ermak and sent to award manager by e-mail to rn1tu [dot] mail.ru The award manager may at it’s discretion request verification of any listed QSO. Confirmation requested of QSOs can be presented in the form of a photo, as well as screenshots and links to pages of e-QSL electronic journals, LoTW, HRD Log etc. 

Diploma program has no commercial interest. Distribution of electronic versions of the diploma is absolutely free.

E-mail: rn1tu@mail.ru  
Internet: http://cqnovgorod.ru/smf/index.php?topic=853.0  

Tks QRZ.ru 3/28/16


Novokuznetsk Diploma

The diploma is sponsored by the Novokuznetsk Radio Club of the Kemerovo Region (R9U).  The diploma may be earned by making no less than 30 QSOs on HF or VHF bands with 6 different districts of the city of Novokuznetsk as listed in the Russian District Award official listing. 

The Districts are: 
KE-06 ZAVODSKY 14 Feb 1963
KE-07 KUZNETSKY 19 May 1941
KE-08 KUJBYSHEVSKY 19 May 1941
KE-09 ORDZHONIKIDZEVSKY 1 July 1960
KE-10 CENTRALNY 19 Aug 1957
KE-48 NOVOIL`INSKY (New district, on or after 22 Dec 1998)

All bands and modes OK. Contacts on the "birthday" of the forming of the area counts for 3 needed QSOs. Send log extract and a copy of the receipt on payment (transfer) into the sum-100 rbl. to send to the address: Anton Vladimirovich Chirkov, Avenue of the Soviet Army, 35-17, Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo Region 654040, RUSSIA.

Internet: http://qrx.ru/?p=22 
E-mail ra9ugz@rambler.ru 

Tks QRZ.ru 4/27/12


Diplomas of Radio-Prim Novosibirsk

Work different RDA (Russian Districts Award) districts of Novosibirsk. Each of the following awards is a separate certificate.

Award Level

Different RDA Districts of Novosibirsk

Iron

1

Copper

3

Bronze

5

Silver

7

Gold

All 10

 

Areas on the list of Novosibirsk RDA: NS-01 Dzerzhinsky; NS-02 Railway; NS-03 Zaeltsovskiy; NS-04 Kalinin; NS-05 Kirov; NS-06 Leninsky; NS-07 October; NS-08 Pervomaysky; NS-09 Soviet; NS-10 Central.

Issuance of certificates "Radio-Prim. NOVOSIBIRSK" are carried out only in the sequence, from the basic award (IRON) to the highest level (GOLD), or a complete set (5 pcs.) issued at one time. Separate certificates (except for the basic award IRON) certificates are not issued. Application for awards in the form of an extract from the log are sent only by e-mail (E-mail: awards@ngs.ru  ; cqaward@yandex.ru  ).
SWLs may participate in the competition for these qualifications on similar terms.
The cost of each diploma - 135 rubles. or 7 IRC for Russian radio. Fee for foriegn amateurs is 8 IRC or $US10.
Sending money in mail envelopes is strictly prohibited! In case of loss of money sent to the mailing envelopes, certificates are not sent.IRC coupons only via registered letter.
Contact the sponsor for safe method of for certificates

E-mail: awards@ngs.ru cqaward@yandex.ru
Internet: http://cqaward.ucoz.ru/index/0-4

K1BV Research 4/22/12


Novotroitskaja Stal Award       

Earn 40 points by QSO’s with stations in the Orenburg region of Russia (UA9S). Contacts must be on or after 13 April 1995. All bands and modes. SWL OK. Contacts on 160m count double.

Points value:

QSO with RK9SWF = 20 points.
QSO with members of "Nosta" club = 10 points.
QSO with stations from Orsk city = 5 points.
QSO with other stations in the Orenburg region = 3 points.

Award may also be earned for 1 QSO with any special call station from Orenburgskaja oblast (it may be with UE9S** or UE9T** calls).

Log extract and fee of $US3 or 6 IRC’s to: A.N. Artjushkin, PO Box 430, Novotroitsk-1, Orenburgskaja oblast, 462351 Russia.

"Nosta" Radioclub members: RA9SEJ SF SFX SG SGI SII ST SUQ SPZ RW9SK TA RU9SL RX9ST RZ9SR UA9SBC SDH SEW SFP SHA TE TO TU. (Chg 00)


NURGUSH Award

Sponsored by the Club "Vyatsky Robinson" and administration of the Nurgush State natural reservation. Earn 10 points. Each QSO (SWL) with a station in Kirovskaya oblast (UA4N... or R..4N+), operating portable, mobile or maritime mobile = 1 point. A station may be worked for credit on different bands, different modes and from different expeditions (different RFF numbers). One QSO/SWL with the expedition in the Nurgush reservation = 5 points. GCR list and fee of 4 IRC (check in advance by e-mail to verify with ra4naj@ptlan.com ) Apply to: Oleg Vladimirovich Tsyrul RA4NAJ, P.O. Box 470, KIROV, 610011, Russia.

E-mail: ra4naj@ptlan.com

Tks RA1AE 3/5/07


The OB Pennant (Named for the great Siberian river.)

Sponsored by Zabuga Michael UA9OAP for working stations located along the Ob River, 2 islands on the river and the Novosibirsk reservoir on or after 1 July 2003.

Requirements:
a. Work 10 stations in 5 QTHs on river OB' banks (QSO with Novosibirsk city is obligatory)
b. work 2 islands (from the RIIA list) on river OB'
c. work Novosibirsk reservoir.

A total of 12 QSOs are needed. A contact with a /mm station on river OB' and Novosibirsk reservoir may substitute for one QTH or island. Endorsement stickers available for +5 and +10 islands.  Fee: CIS countrties = $US4 or 8 IRC (stickers - $US2 or 4 IRC) All others = $US6 or 12 IRC (stickers - $US3 or 6 IRC). Send fee and log extract to: Michael Gennadiyevich Zabuga, Priobskaya str., 20, NOVOSIBIRSK, 630097, Russia.

E-mail: ua9oap@rambler.ru

Tks RA1AE 4/207

QTHs on river banks:
Altaysky kray
: Barnaul, Kamen-na-Obi, Sorokino, Akutikha, Bystry Istok, Ust'-Charyshskaya Pristan', Shelabolikha, Krutikha.

Novosibirskaya oblast
: Novosibirsk, Berdsk, Krasnoobsk, Sparino, Chinghis, Nizhnekamenka, Ordynskoye,Borovoye, Dubrovino.
Tomskaya oblast
: Voronovo, Kozhevnikovo, Kireyevsk, Krivosheino, Molchanovo, Narga, Mogochin, Sarafanovka, Kolomino, Tiskino, Kolpashevo, Ust'-Chaya, Parabel. Narym, Sosnovka, Kargasok, Ust'-Tym, Vertikos, Pyrchino, Novonikolskoye, Nazino, Lukashkin Yar, Topolevka, Aleksandrovskoye, Larino, Severny.
Khanty-Mansiysky okrug
: Nizhnevartovsk, Meghion, Surgut, Bely Yar, Barsovo, Seliyarovo, Zenkovo, Troitsa, Elizarovo, Krasnoleninsky, Karymkary. Oktyabrskoye, Andra, Priobye, Peregrebnoye, Vanzevat.
Yamalo-Nenetsky okrug
: Salekhard, Kazym-Mys, Gorky, Pitlyar, Aksarka, Kutopyugan, Nyda, Novy Port, Yamburg, Mys-Kamenny, Seyaha, Tadebya-Yaha, Tambey, Drovyanoy.


Oksky Biosphere State Nature Reserve Award

The Award was established to honor the  70th  anniversary the " Oksky Biospheric State Natural Reserve " with the  support PRIO-Vneshtorgbank of Ryazan.
To obtain the award it is necessary for radio amateurs or SWL's to make the following numbers of stations worked while in the reserve:  :
     Russia - 10  
     Europe - 5 
     DX - 2 
 
Contacts are valid on or after 01.01.1997, the same station may be worked for credit on different bands and different mode, and also at different times but not less than month between each QSO. 

The list of stations valid for the award:  UE3SFF, UE3SDA, RA3SX, RC150KTS, RK3SWB, RK50SAB, RN1NU/3, RN3RAM/3, RN6LGX, RU3SD, RU3SO, RU3ST, RV3SFF, RW3SJ, UA3SDX, UA3SDY and all expeditions UE3SFF/.   GCR list and fee of 10 IRC, 6€ or $US8 to Vasily Bardin, P.O.Box 1, Ryazan, 390000, Russia.

E-mail: ru3sd@rrc.ryazan.ru  

(Chg from RU3SD 6/2007)


Orel Districts Award 

This award is issued to any HAM/SWL who can provide confirmation of QSOs since 12.06.1991 with Orel Region Districts. 

There are three classes: 
Class 1: 30 different districts 
Class 2: 20 different districts 
Class 3: 10 different districts. 

The application must be based on the received QSLs and must be signed by two licensed amateurs. Award is free of charge (please send 2 euro to cover post expenses). Award Manager: Eugene Shelkanovtsev, P.O. Box 70, Orel 302028, Russia. 

The districts have the references OR-01 till OR-30 (based on the Russian Districts Award) 
Pictures of the awards can be found at http://www.mdxc.org/edxg/ or www.qsl.net/rz3ec/oda 

(Chg 6/13/10)


  ORSK EURO-ASIA Award

Sponsored by ROSTO of Orsk and "Standart N Co Ltd" for contacting stations located in Orsk City and Orenburgskaya oblast on and after 1 Jan 2005. All bands, modes: CW, SSB, MIX, RTTY, FM, AM . In the base year of 2007, 290 points are needed, in 2008, 300 are needed and so forth.

Table of contact values:
a. QSO with UA9TO, RA9SC and RK9SWY = 200 points;
b. QSO with RK9SWG, RK9SZZ and RK9SWW = 70 points.
c. QSO with HAMs and Clubs from Orsk = 50 points.
d. QSO with HAMs from Orenburgskaya oblast = 25 points.
e. QSO with special event stations from Orsk city during period of Aug 20 - Sept 5 = automatic earning of the award.
f. Each station may be worked for credit on different bands and modes.
g. Point values for 160 meters contacts multiply x 2.
h. On VHF only 5 QSOs with R/UA9S+ is needed.

Send log extract verified by two witnesses and fee for Russia = 60 rubles, for CIS = 70 rubles or 3 IRC and for all other countries = 4 IRC. Apply to: Vyacheslav Valentinovich Zarkov UA9TO, P.O. Box 100, ORSK, 462429, Russia.

E-mail: ua9to@mail.ru
Internet: http://www.r9s.ru

Tks RA1AE 4/2007 (Chg 2/08)


Diploma / P

Sponsored by the International Travel Club radio for eligible licensed radio amateurs around the world who meet the following conditions:

1. Expedition stations must perform at least three field trips (radio expeditions) or activation of three different objects (castles, areas, lighthouses, etc.) under the terms of any amateur radio award program, provided the operation is not on fixed premises and does not use commercial stationary power. You must have sent a report on at least one of the entries (all) that is published in our portal " / P. (http://webclub.forumsclub.com ), while providing proof that you have given a link to confirm the validity of the information for such operation, such as an announcement, reports, etc. on any Internet site).

2. Fixed stations must make 50 QSOs with stations not operating from fixed locations such as (/ p / m / mm / s). Repeated QSOs with the same station is counted if they are operating another expedition or activation of another object / area.

Applications for the award should be submitted electronically in the form of an extract from the log and addressed to: web-club@hotmail.com .

The award is issued in two forms - paper or electronic. Electronic version - free and available for self printing. If you want to get the award in paper format, the applicant must notify award custodian who will notify you of the price for the award.

QSOs on or after October 17, 2012.

E-mail: web-club@hotmail.com 
Internet: http://webclub.forumsclub.com/
also: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2653.html

Tks QRZ.ru 12/3/12


Parma Club Series

General Requirements: GCR list required for each award. All bands and modes OK. SWL OK. Apply to: Vakhnin S.A. RA9XX, PO Box .73, Syktyvkar 167023, Komi Republic, Russia.

Internet: http://srr.komi.ru/ 
E-mail: RA9XX@dx.komi.ru

 

(Chg 1/2011) 

Parma Award

The peoples of  Estonia (ES), Hungary (HA), Finland (OH), the Republic of Karelia (RA1N), the Republic of Mari El (RA4S), the Republic of Mordovia (RA4U), the Republic of Udmurtia (RA4W), Komi-Perm district (RA9G) Khanty-Mansiysk (RA9J) and the Komi Republic (RA9X) all speak a similar version of the Finno-Ugric language group. The word "Parma" is translated as "the land around."

To obtain the award make 8 QSO with RA9G and RA9X (historical homeland of the Finno-Ugric people) and 1 QSO each with ES, HA, OH, RA1N, RA4S, RA4U, RA4W and RA9J.  A total of 16 QSO's are needed to earn the award. .

Contacts must be made on or after 1 January 1999, on all bands, all forms of communication.  All contacts must be with different stations. 

 Fee is $US3 or 6 IRC.


PENZA AWARD          

Contact 30 stations of the Penza Region and Penza City: UA4F, RA4F, RX4F, RU4F, RZ4F, RP4F, RW4F, UE4F, RK4F since 1 Jan 2007. All bands and modes. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of 5 IRCs to: Award Manager, PO Box 307, Penza, 440026 Russia.

(Chg 2/2008)


Worked Penza Region Diploma

The diploma is sponsored by PO CPP of the Penza region for promoting of the radio amateur movement.
The diploma "Penza region" is issued to amateur radio stations of Russia and all the countries of the world for carrying out radio communications with radio amateurs of the Penza region.

Requirement: Contact at least one station in each of the 33 administrative regions of area (according to the latest list of the diploma of "RDA") using any bands and modes. Contacts on or after 12 June 1991or later.

The electronic diploma is free. Applications in the form of a log extract should be sent to the e-mail address ra4fmh@yandex.ru.

After obtaining the application and verifying the contacts, the electronic version of the diploma will be sent to the applicant by e-mail. Persons interested can receive a paper version of the diploma. The cost for a printed paper award will be 150 rubles for Russians. For radio all others, the cost of the award is 3 IRC. SWL OK under same rules. The manager of the diploma – RA4FMH, Kaygorodova Svetlana Gennadyevna, Kizhevatov St., 17, quarter 224, Penza, Russia. 440031.

PENZA REGION UA4F, REGIONS OF THE PENZA REGION

PE-01 ZHELEZNODOROZHNY
PE-02 LENINSKY
PE-03 OKTJABR`SKY
PE-04 PERVOMAJSKY

CITIES
PE-05 deleted
PE-06 KUZNETSK
PE-07 deleted
PE-08 ZARECHNYJ

AREAS
PE-09 BASHMAKOVSKY AREA
PE-10 BEDNODEM'JANOVSKY AREA /incl. BEDNODEM'JANOVSK/
PE-11 BEKOVSKY AREA
PE-12 BELINSKY AREA /incl. BELINSKIJ/
PE-13 BESSONOVSKY AREA
PE-14 VADINSKY AREA
PE-15 GORODISHCHENSKY AREA /incl. GORODISHCHE, SURSK/
PE-16 ZEMETCHINSKY AREA

PE-17 ISSINSKY AREA
PE-18 KAMENSKY AREA /incl. KAMENKA/
PE-19 KAMESHKIRSKY AREA
PE-20 KOLYSHLEJSKY AREA
PE-21 deleted
PE-22 KUZNETSKY AREA
PE-23 LOPATINSKY AREA
PE-24 LUNINSKY AREA
PE-25 MALOSERDOBINSKY AREA
PE-26 MOKSHANSKY AREA
PE-27 NAROVCHATSKY AREA
PE-28 NEVERKINSKY AREA
PE-29 NIZHNELOMOVSKY AREA /incl. NIZHNIJ LOMOV/
PE-30 NIKOL'SKY AREA /incl. NIKOL'SK/
PE-31 PACHELMSKY AREA
PE-32 PENZENSKY AREA
PE-33 SERDOBSKY AREA /incl. SERDOBSK/
PE-34 SOSNOVOBORSKY AREA
PE-35 TAMALINSKY AREA
PE-36 SHEMYSHEJSKY AREA

E-mail: ra4fmh@yandex.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2862.html

Tks QRZ.ru


PERESVET Award

Sponsored by the Search-Rescue team "Peresvet" for working stations located in Kirov-city and Kirovskaya oblast and members of the "RAS", but only on special activity days. Valid stations may be worked for credit on different bands, modes, or via satellite. Contacts on or after 1 Jan 2001. All bands and modes.

Earn at least 19 points by contacting stations as follows:
a. Contacts with these stations = 3 points: RA4NAA RA4NAJ (UE4NVR) RA4NDA (UE4NDA) RA4NEK RW4NW (UE4NKI) RZ4NWQ (UE4NWQ) RZ4NWH UA4NBC UA4NFD UA4NHQ.
One QSO with one of these stations is obligatory. QSO with another UE stations = 2 QSO.
b. Contacts with /p or /m stations = +2 points. Other stations = 1 point.
c. RAS members on activity days = 2 points. (Days of activity: 16-22 Dec, 17-23 March.)

Send lot extract and fee of $US5 to: Oleg Vladimirovich Tsyrul RA4NAJ, P.O. Box 470, KIROV, 610011, Russia.

E-mail: ra4naj@ptlan.com or ra4naj@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 4/2007


Ataman Platov Award

The Diploma "Ataman Platov" was established to honor the 250th anniversary of ataman Matveja Ivanovicha Platova, of the hero of war of 1812 and the founder of Novocherkassk.   Contacts on or after 1-1-2003. 

Earn 250 points from the following schedule: 
QSO with stations of the Rostov area - 2  points,
QSO with individual stations of Novocherkassk - 10 points,
QSO with collective stations of Novocherkassk - 25 points,
QSO with memorial stations during celebrating anniversary (August, 1-10, 2003) - 50 points.

Same station may be contacted on different bands and modes.

GCR list and fee for Russians is 30 roubles, CIS countries $US2 and for all others $US3. RV6LFE   Tim Konovalov  Box 3, Novocherkassk, 346404, Russia. 

E-mail  RV6LVE: admin@qso.ru 

Tks OH3GZ 3/6/2003  Re-listed per info from RA1AE that this is now a Permanent award. 


Podmoskovye Diploma

Sponsored by the Radio-Technical School of Pushkino. Earn 50 points by working stations from Moskovskaya Oblast. Each contact on HF bands = 2 points (1 point for European Russia). Each contact on 144 MHz = 10 points (5 points for European Russia). Each contact on 430 MHz and up = 20 points (10 points for European Russia). Valid contacts during one year, from May 9 to May 8. Contacts may be not repeated. All bands, but only one mode may be used to earn the award. Contacts after 9 May 1975. SWL OK. Check with sponsor for current fee. GCR list to RTS ROSTO, Dobrolyubova 17, Pushkino, 141200, Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia.

Remarks : Moskovskaya Oblast Callsign's Series : R3D-F, RA...RZ3D-F, U3D-F, UA...UI3D-F. (Tks RN3FX)(02


Podmoscow'e Award.

This award was founded by the regional branch SRR (Soyuz Radiolyubitelei Rossii) on the Moscow region (reg MO (ex. 142), RDA: MO XX-XX).
On HF, stations outside European Russia (R1-6), Ukraine and Byelorussia (EW) need 50 points.
On VHF, on SSB and CW, you need 15 points and on FM 30. 

Point value table:
     1. Individual stations:  RA3D(F)A - RZ3D(F)Z, RA3D(F)AA - RZ3D(F)VZ, UA3D(F)A – UA3D(F)Z, UA3D(F)AA - UA3D(F)VZ = 1 point each.
     2. Club stations: RA3D(F)WA – RZ3D(F)ZZ = 3 points each.
     3. Special stations (UE3D(F)..., RP3D(F)... and others special stations from Moscow region such as R3K, R11FLY, R73SRR etc.) - 10 points each.
     4. On 160 m. these points are multiplied on 4.
Up to December, 17, 2005 repeat QSOs with same station on different bands are permitted.  After this date, all contacts must be different.  Contacts must be made on or after 18 December 2004. Send GCR list and fee of: 5 €, $US7 or 10 IRC to  Dmitriy Voronin RV3DUT, P.O.Box 230, Shchyolkovo, Moscow region, 141100, Russia

E-mail: rv3dut@narod.ru  

Tks RV3DUT 12/05


The Podolsk Cadets Diploma

Sponsored by the Radioclub of Podolsk of the Moskovskaya Oblast. Earn 41 points by working members of the Radioclub of Podolsk. Each CW contact = 2 points. Each PHONE or MIXED contact = 1 point. QSL from SWL = 1 point. For QSO’s on 1.8MHz, points are doubled. For stations outside Europe these point values are doubled. On VHF, only 15 points are needed. Contacts may be repeated for additional points. All bands and modes. No date limitations. SWL OK. GCR accepted. Check with sponsor for currrent fee. Apply to: Radioclub of Podolsk RK3DYD, P. O. Box 17, Podolsk_17, 142117, Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia.Members of the Radioclub of Podolsk _ RA3DB, RA3DBZ, RA3DCG, RA3DDE, RA3DFK, RA3DFM, RA3DFQ, RA3DFT, RA3DGA, RA3DGN, RA3DGZ, RA3DIA, RA3DIJ, RA3DIW, RA3DJG, RA3DJN, RA3DKC, RA3DKK, RA3DKM, RA3DLC, RA3DLN, RA3DLW, RA3DMG, RA3DMS, RA3DNG, RA3DNL, RA3DNM, RA3DNS, RA3DOD, RA3DOJ, RA3DOQ, RA3DOS, RA3DOX, RA3DPX, RA3DQO, RA3DTC, RK3DWX (ex UZ3DWX), RK3DYD (ex UZ3DYD), RK3DYE (ex UZ3DYE), RK3DYQ (ex UZ3DYQ), RK3DZR (UZ3DZR), RV3DB, RV3FM, RW3AK, RW3DM, RX3DAC (ex UV3DAC), RX3DAR (ex UV3DAR), RX3DAT (ex UV3DAT), RX3DBD (ex UV3DBD), RX3DBJ (ex UV3DBJ), RX3DBS (ex UV3DBS), RX3DDG (ex UV3DDG), RX3DDJ (ex UV3DDJ), RX3DDK (ex UV3DDK), RX3DDO (ex UV3DDO), RX3DDR (ex UV3DDR), RX3DDS (ex UV3DDS), RX3DDV (ex UV3DDV), RX3DDW (ex UV3DDW), RX3DEB (ex UV3DEB), RX3DEK (ex UV3DEK), RX3DEO (ex UV3DEO), RX3DEQ (ex UV3DEQ), RX3DFG (ex UV3DFG), RX3DFJ (ex UV3DFJ), RX3DFK (ex UV3DFK), RX3DGM (ex UV3DGM), RX3DGT (ex UV3DGT), RX3DIV, RX3DPJ, RX3DTS, RZ3DD, RZ3DR, RZ3DWA, RZ3DWC, RZ3DWK, RZ3DXI, UA3DAJ, UA3DAL, UA3DAM, UA3DAP, UA3DAX, UA3DAY, UA3DBJ, UA3DBR, UA3DBU, UA3DCB, UA3DCR, UA3DCS, UA3DCT, UA3DDA, UA3DEE, UA3DEJ, UA3DFI, UA3DFT, UA3DFX, UA3DGO, UA3DGT, UA3DGU, UA3DGV, UA3DHU, UA3DII, UA3DIN, UA3DIR, UA3DIY, UA3DKC, UA3DKI, UA3DLB, UA3DLE, UA3DLU, UA3DLW, UA3DMH, UA3DML, UA3DMT, UA3DNL, UA3DOG, UA3DOS, UA3DPH, UA3DPP, UA3DQE, UA3DQJ, UA3DQS, UA3DRM, UA3DRV, UA3DSK, UA3DSS, UA3DTA, UA3DTC, UA3DTL, UA3DUI, UA3DUN, UA3FX, ex UV3BI, ex UV3CM, ex UV3DK, ex UV3DQ, ex UV3GJ, ex UW3AK, ex UZ3DL.

Tks RN3FX 2/01


Marshal A.I. POKRYSHKIN Award

The diploma is offered by the R.C. Novosibirsk and honors the memory of three times Hero of Soviet Union, Air-Marshal A.I.Pokryshkin. Available to all amateurs for contacts made since May, 1st, 2008. SWL OK.

Earn a total of 72 points (his age at time of death) by making contacts from the following table. 
1. Contacts with the special station RP9OMP = 10 points.
2. Contacts with all stations located in Novosibirsk and adjoining areas = 2 points.
3. Repeated contacts may be made on different bands and modes.

Send log extract and fee of 50rbl for Russians, countries of the former CIS $US3 and $US5 for all others. Apply to: Oleg Viktorovich Babakov RA9ODW, P.O. Box 153, Novosibirsk 690090, RUSSIA.

E-mail: barka_s@rambler.ru

Tks OH3GZ 5/9/08


PREFIXES OF RUSSIA

Sponsored by the Borisoglebsk branch of SRR. Confirm QSO’s with 100 different prefixes of Russian amateur radio stations on and after 12.06.1991. SWL OK. There are separate awards for 250, 500, 750 and 1000 prefixes. Send a GCR list (in alphabetic order) and fee of $US6 or 10 IRCs for foriegn amateurs.  Apply to:  STARIKOV Victor Ivanovich, Aerodromnaya street, N16, ap.34, Borisoglebsk, Voronezhskaya oblast, 397171 Russia.

E-mail: srr-vr07@narod.ru

(Chg 7/2009)


The Prihopere Award

Sponsored by the club "Ether" of Borisoglebsk for contacting RDA’s (Russian District Award) of areas through which the river Khoper, and those areas the Penza, Saratov, Voronezh and Volgograd areas are located. Earn a total of 40 points. Stations which are located in the RDA areas noted below = 10 points each, and radio stations working portable from the Hopra coast, from territory of the Hopyorsky Reserve (RFF 094) = 20 points, and all other amateurs of the areas set forth above, = 1 point. Contact values made on 160 meters are multiplied by two, and on VHF by a factor of three. It is obligatory to make contact with at least two of the RDAs. Your application must identify each station along with its RDA number. Contacts since 01.01.2011, except that the following stations are accepted with earlier dates: UZ3QZH/a (1988) R3AFG (1989,1991), UA3QTT/mm (2005-07 on Hopru) UA3QII/p/QRP (2008.)

Valid RDA List:
UA4F PE-20, 11, 32, 33
UA4C SA-20, 48, 09, 24
UA3Q VR-16, 07, 11, 35, 29
UA4A VG-28, 44, 40

Send log extract and fee of 100 rubles of $US4 for CIS countries and $US8 for foreign stations. Apply to: Roman A. Trunov RU3KO, ul. Pionerskaya 18, Borisoglebsk 397167, Russia.

E-mail: RU3KO@yandex.ru

Tks QRZ.ru 7/11/11


PYLAYUSHCHEYE SERDTSE (BURNING HEART) Award

Award is dedicated the feat of WWII fighter pilot and hero, Grigory Nesterenko pilot-destroyer who was born in the rural village of Kanevskaya. Earn 27 points (age of the Hero at time of his death) from the options below: 

a. contact school radiostation UE6AGN ( active 14-21 October) = 30 points.
b. Contact HAMs from Kanevskoy region = 10 points each.
c. Contact members of Youth radio club stations of Kuban and Republic of Adygheya (U/R6Y) = 5 points each.

Contacts on and after Oct 14 2006. Award is free, but please provide $US2 to cover postage. Send log extract to Ivan Yefimovich Berezutsky, Shirokaya str., 177, st.KANEVSKAYA, Krasnodarsky kray. 353730, Russia.

E-mail: ru6ai@mail.ru

Tks RA1AE 3-5-07


RAS of Siberia Award

Contact members of the RAS on or after 1-1-98. A total of 1,998 points are needed. All bands and modes may be used. Each station may be worked on different bands for credit. SWL OK. Contacts made on 12 December count duble. Fees: Russia = 12 Rubles, ex-USSR countries = 18 rubles, non-Russian = $US5. GCR list and fee to: Eremeevu G.V., POBox 15389, Krasnoyarsk-64, 660064 Russia.

RAS Members and QSO Points for each:

100 points each: RA0AF
60 points each: UA9KY UA0SLF
40 points each:  RA0AFA AFG AFX AG AGA AGM AH AHE AL ALK ANF ANN BK BU QT SCV UK UT WBN RA9AFM APU APZ AU URZ YAQ RE0A RAS RE9A S RK0UK RK9AC RN9HM RU0AA AC AG AK RU0B SP UQ RV0AAE AAF AAT AAT AD RV9AZ OB UO RW0AE AY AZ JX/O WK RW9HWR QN ABF RX9AV 9JR 9LG RZ0SN SO SP SS SW RZ9OP UF UA0ACM AET AN APM AX UA0FCE HA JBS SDC SDX SIH SNQ SOS UBV UC UDY UG ZAY ZET UA9ACL ADT ADX HES HEZ JGQ JIJ JLQ MBK ONV OX SH YLI YSF YSR ZAG ZAW ZBN ZF UN7JF UN8JXE.

Internet: http://sibras.nm.ru/
E-mail: sibras@nm.ru 

 (Chg 3/2004)


"Stepan Razin’s Rock" Diploma

The diploma is founded in memory of historical events of the XVII century (1670 – 1671).

Razin was a 17th Century Cossack leader who led a major uprising against the nobility and Tsar's bureaucracy in South Russia. In many ways, his actions were as a pirate, Razin originally set out to loot villages, but as he became a symbol of peasant unrest, his movement turned political. Razin wanted to protect the independence of the Cossacks and to protest an increasingly centralized government. The Cossacks supported the tsar and autocracy, but they wanted a tsar that responded to the needs of the people and not just those of the upper class.

Tks WIKIPEDIA

Requirements: Make contacts with amateurs in areas and republics of the Russian Federation involved in the peasant war (1670-1671) under leadership of Stepan Timofeyevich Razin (1630-1671). Using contacts made on or after 1 January 2006 and earn 41 points for radio communications on HF bands with at least 15 regions from the list:

1 - Astrakhan Region (AR) UA6U
2 - The Belgorod region (IN) UA3Z
3 - Chuvash Republic (CU) UA4Y
4 - Republic of Kalmykia (KM) of UA6I
5 - Lipetsk region (LP) UA3G
6 - Republic of Mordovia (MD) UA4U
7 - Nizhny Novgorod Region (NN) UA3T
8 - Penza region (PE) UA4F
9 - Rostov region (RO) UA6L
10 - Saratov region (SA) UA4C
11 - Samara region (SR) UA4H
12 - Republic of Tatarstan (THAT) UA4P
13 - Tambov region (TV) UA3R
14 - Ulyanovsk region (UL) UA4L
15 - Volgograd region (VG) UA4A
16 - Voronezh region (VR) UA3Q

Point Values:
QSO/SWL with amateurs of the Saratov region (SA) = 2 points;
QSO/SWL with Krasnoarmeisky district of the Saratov region (RDA SA-34) = 5 points;
QSO/SWL with amateurs of other regions according to the list above = 1 point;
QSOs with a five-digit call sign, add 1 point;
QSOs with a four-digit call sign, add 2 points;
for QSOs with any special event call sign, add 3 points;
for Asian amateurs of Russia and foreign radio fans, point values for QSOs is doubled.
for earning the diploma on VHF bands – points are doubled, and the number of obligatory regions = 8 (on a choice of the applicant);
repeated QSOs OK if made on different bands or modes.
SWL OK on same basis as amateur contacts.

Diploma cost:
a. Amateurs of Russia = 80 rubles, for amateurs of CIS countries - $5, all others - $7, and for Saratov stations getting the award through QSL bureaus = 50 rubles.

Send log extract to custodian and request instructions on transfer of award fee.
Apply via e-mail to rw4cm@mail.ru .
Russians may pay via account number 41001984728216 electronic payment system of YANDEX.

E-mail: rw4cm@mail.ru
Internet: http://www.qrz.ru/awards/detail/2818.html


Real Electron Tubes Lover

This award is for the amateur station who knows, likes and uses electron tubes in their own equipment. Make at least 1000 QSOs using electron tubes in your equipment. GCR list must include the time period, number of QSO and type of tube equipment. (For example, from 10-9-78 to 15-5-99, I made 50,000 QSOs using 4CX800B in my PA). GCR list and fee of $US5 or 8 IRC to: Sergey Permut UA1ANA, PO Box 415, St. Petersburg, 190000 Russia.

 (Tks UA1ANA)(00)


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