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The Cass Award M0VFC

10 Mar 2013 05:54 | Tim Beaumont
The Cass Award is an incentive to encourage DXpedition operating excellence.

From the remote South Atlantic island of Tristan Da Cunha as ZD9UW in October 2012, Rob worked 3362 unique stations over his 4-day DXPedition, demonstrating an outstanding effort to log as many individuals as possible. A picture of Rob (on the left) receiving his plaque and prize from Michael G7VJR in Cambridge, England on March 7, 2013 can be seen in>

Presented annually, the Cass Award encourages DXPeditions to maximize the number of DXers worked with a $1000 prize for the Single-Operator DXpedition that works the most unique callsigns. This award honors the wisdom and spirit of Cass WA6AUD (SK), whose stories in the West Coast DX Bulletin taught a generation of DXers that DX IS!

Congratulations to Rob ZD9UW on his achievement in winning this year’s award. If you’re interested in competing for or contributing to the 2013 Cass Award, visit .

73, The Cass Award Team (Michael G7VJR, Paul VE1DX, Dave AA6YQ)

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