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The ANZAC Centenary Award

Date : 09 / 06 / 2015
Author : Jim Linton - VK3PC

This limited issue operating Award is available to commemorate the ANZAC Centenary. The rules for any radio amateur or SWL to qualify have been slightly modified to make them clearer to understand, and a little easier to obtain.

The rules still need 10 qualifying contacts to be logged, but have been loosened up to make the ANZAC Centenary Award even more popular. The 10 contacts can be any ANZAC-suffixed callsign or combination of them. However one contact only allowed for each of VK100ANZAC or the VI state or territory callsign event listed on the WIA website.

Your award application may also include contacts with TC100-prefix stations in Turkey, the OP0PPY stations Belgium, the special callsigns such as VI4AE2, ZL100ANZAC and others that are relevant, so long as each contact logged was from a unique callsign activation.

Check out the full rules and claiming requirements on the WIA website via this Link which also lists all individual events in the ANZAC 100 program.


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