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BS7H Qsl info

Call  Manager  Year Add. Info Info By 
BS7H JA1BK 1995    
W6CF 1995    
KU9C 2007  Scarborough Reef (AS-116) * April-May 2007  WEB / BULLETINS
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JA1BK's Address
KAN MIZOGUCHI, 5-3 SAKURAGAOKA 4 CHOME, TAMA-CITY, TOKYO 206-0013, JAPAN

KU9C's Address
Steven M. Wheatley, P.O. Box 574, Morristown, NJ 07963-0574, USA

Note from IK3QAR    [02 May 2007]

From BS7H official site:

PRESS RELEASE
An update from James Brooks was received at 0300 local our time this morning where he attempted to provide us insight on the overall situation and ended it with: ''It's just that hard''

It is now day 3 on Scarborough with operations going for 48 hours.

All 4 operating positions are built and the team has gone from survival in route, to survival while building, to survival while in QSO mode.

Everyone on the team has cuts from the coral. The closest access to any of the rocks is over coral and no one has been spared coral scrapes and cuts. Add to that over 100 degree heat and sunburn and you have a dangerous environment for all.

During the day each shift is 6 hours in heat and a dry wind under a small umbrella. If you are lucky enough you get to operate at night. You are left on a rock for 13 hours barely 4 feet above the water in pitch black sitting in a folding chair, no where to walk and stretch and getting a constant salt spray. You can't see the other rocks nor the ship and if something goes wrong there is no chance of rescue.

The steppIR verticals and one Yagi are up. Two stations will stay on 20 mtrs while the other two will search 15, 17, 30 and 40 for openings.

So as you sit there in your comfy shack complaining on the cluster and sending us emails about your lack of a QSO and the do's and don'ts, think what our team is going through to bring you ''the chance of a QSO''.

Here is just a sampling of our fan mail received today:

''fIVE YEARS PLAnning you did a shitty job we cant hear you on the east coast you shoud have gotton info from n8s they did a great job at least you heard them you guys keep working ja's and w6's thats all your going to get the east coast i guess is off limmits you wount get any donation from me or any one else on the east coast you guys are the worst go to 11 meters you might have better lush''

GL and we wish you the best in the upcoming days.

N4XP and N1DG for the team on Scarborough Reef

Note from IK3QAR    [29 Apr 2007]

From BS7H Official site:

This report was received 2315Z 27 April.

The team now estimates its arrival to the reef area on Saturday evening their time. The seas are not as rough as they have been and they are proceeding with less difficulty.

N4XP and N1DG for the 2007 Scarborough Reef DXpedition

Note from IK3QAR    [27 Apr 2007]

From BS7H official site:

PRESS RELEASE
April 26, 2007

At 0240Z 27 April the team was located approximately 240 nautical miles north west of Scarborough Reef and making less than the expected progress because of extremely rough seas. The sea has been rough since departure from Hong Kong and the team is staying as quiet and still as possible in an effort to reduce exhaustion. Current estimated arrival to BS7 is their Sunday morning local time.

Because of the rough conditions, there has been NO MARITIME MOBILE operation.

N4XP and N1DG for the 2007 Scarborough Reef DXpedition

Note from IK3QAR    [25 Apr 2007]

From BS7H Official site:

PRESS RELEASE
April 25, 2007

The 2007 Dxpedition to Scarborough Reef is pleased to announce they have departed on their ship for Scarborough Reef at 06:00 UTC 25 April. The trip is approximately 60 hours and upon arrival they will immediately build their stations and erect antennas.

This is the culmination of 5 years of planning and preparation. The International Team led by W6RGG includes 9V1YC, BA1HAM, BA1RB, BA4RF, BA4RC, BA7NQ, BV6HJ, DU1EV, DU1BA, ND2T,AA4NN, K4UJ,N6MZ,K9AJ, OH2BH, I8NHJ, and DL3MBG.

They are backed up by a support staff including N4XP, N1DG, K5YY, BV4FH and DU1JMG to insure that they are safe and informed of events happening off island.

We wish to thank the Chinese Sport Radio Association, the Philippine Amateur Radio Association, the American Radio Relay League, NCDXF and INDEXA who were instrumental in their support.

Scarborough Reef has unique and dangerous attributes and as such we will not have online logs or pilots. All efforts are on keeping our team safe so they can provide a new one to as many hams as possible.

Good luck in the pileups,

N4XP and N1DG for the 2007 Scarborough Reef Expedition.

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