MACEDONIA “Macedonian World Castles Awards”
Contact (or activate) castles located in Macedonia. Hunters and activators each have three awards that are available in levels of: 5, 10 and 15 castles. No QSLs required. Just send list of QSOs based on WCA-E-Log search or activated castles to the award manager Simeon, Z31NA.
Awards are issued in electronic format and for free.
The e-log referenced below is located on a Czech website. It contains digital files of all expeditions/operations of the World Castle Award. (Almost 4 million QSOs.). If the system finds 5, 10 or 15 valid Macedonian castle QSOs, you should copy the list and send to custodian at e-mail address shown below. You will then receive the award. It can’t get much easier than that!
Internet E-log: http://qth.cz/wcagroup/export/log_eng.php
Found better images on WCA website.
MOLDOVA MOLDAVIAN FLORA FAUNA AWARD ( MFFA)
This award "MFFA" is founded by radio club in the town of Rybnitsa. The following awards are currently issued for QSOs/SWL with Moldavian National Parks and Nature Reserves.
Class 3: QSO/SWL with 2 different ERFF
Class 2: QSO/SWL with 4 different ERFF
Class 1: QSO/SWL with 7 different ERFF
Honour Roll : QSO/SWL with 10 different ERFF
PARKS AND NATURE RESERVES :
1. ERFF-001 Codrii
2. ERFF-002 Padurea Domneasca
3. ERFF-003 Plaiul Fagului
4. ERFF-004 Prutul de Jos
5. ERFF-005 Iagorlac
6. ERFF-006 Tsaulsky park
7. ERFF-007 Kolohur
8. ERFF-008 Dobrusa
9. ERFF-009 Sharna
10. ERFF-010 Tapova
11. ERFF-011 Bugornea
Moldavian Flora Fauna Award is free. The only charge is payment of mailing postal costs. :
For European radio amateurs $US3.
For radio amateurs outside of Europe - $US4.
Award mgr - ER3GS (please send all mail to ER3ZZ at this address:
bl . /2, ap. 22,
E-mail: Serge email@example.com
An additional mailing address is: Serge Galaychuk, ul.Gvardeyskaya, 14 kv.35,
Rybnitsa, 5500 Moldova EU.
Tks to Ukranian Portal 5/21/19
MOLDOVA Plaque - The Trophy Worked All Moldova"
The plaque “Worked All Moldova Trophy” was created by Radio Amateur Association of Moldova and is presented to licensed radio amateurs all over the world for established (or heard if an SWL) two-way contacts (QSO) with amateur radio stations in Republic of Moldova – 60 (sixty) for Europe and 30 (thirty) for all other continents.
Contacts will be considered eligible for the plaque “Worked All Moldova Trophy” established with 5 (five) radio amateur areas of Moldova (ER1 – ER5) beginning June 01, 1993, on all HF (160 – 10 meters) bands in any (CW, phone, digital) mode. Any missing area can be replaced by contacts with special stations (ER6 – ER0). Repetitive contacts with the same station are permitted on different bands. On one band repetitive contacts are permitted in different modes (CW, phone, digital) – up to three contacts.
The application for the plaque “Worked All Moldova Trophy” should be based on QSL cards confirming established QSO (SWL) and contain the following information: CALL SIGN, DATE, TIME (UTC), MODE, BAND, AREA. These data should be presented in alphabetic order of applied call signs. No QSL needed, but the presented data must be verified by 2 (two) licensed radio amateurs or by local radio amateur organization. Should the award manager find the presented data doubtful, he has the right to request the questionable QSL cards for inspection.
The application should be sent by post or by e-mail to the award manager - Vladimir Kuroedov, p.o.Box 637, Beltsy, MD-3101, MOLDOVA or firstname.lastname@example.org . Before sending the application it is necessary to specify the plaque's cost (the same e-mail address) including delivery expenses defined by current postal tariffs.
Plaque „The Trophy Worked All Moldova"
Tks QRZ.ru (updated rules).
NAMIBIA The Namibian Award
The Nimibia award is available for contacts with Nabibian stations. Endoresments for band and mode are available.
Stations Outside Namibia
Proof of 5 confirmed QSO (e-mail scanned QSL cards or certified copies by mail.
Format: Printed certifiates.
Fee: Printed Certificate - fee is US10.00
Fee for NARL members is N$10-00 for NARL members and N$50-00 for Non NARL members.
Postal Address: You can write to us in the following address (QSL cards also welcome.)
Namibian Amateur Radio League
PO Box 1100
Web form is available for e-mail communications if you wish.
NORWAY Worked One Hundred Norwegian Amateur Radio Stations
1. The award is issued by the Jæren chapter of NRRL and is available to all licensed radio amateurs and SWLs (on "heard" basis).
2. 100 two-way radio contacts with different Norwegian stations after 1st January 1984 are required.
3. All valid amateur bands can be used with 10, 18 and 24 MHz only after 1st January 1989.
4. The award is issued for CW, Phone, Digital or Mixed modes.
5. The application must be accompanied by a list, sorted alphabetically by call sign, showing call sign, date, band, RST and mode for each station worked.
6. The list with contacts made should be certified as a correct extract from the applicant's log by two licensed radio amateurs or local club officials. QSL cards are not required.
7. The fee for the award is NOK 100, EUR 12, USD 15 or 15 IRCs.
8. The application should be addressed to:
Jærgruppen av NRRL
Tks: Charlie N1RR 11/7/2018