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03/10/2009 18:11 - France

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f6bcc (83.203.93.---)
Dear OMs and Co
J hope to contact the expedition this week end because j believe it's the end of the expe....it will be the first one for me...Thanks ...Bernard F6bcc

03/10/2009 14:18 - Winchester, VA

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AG4SO Steve (71.62.225.---)
Even though I was not able to work the dxpedition I wish to thank all who worked so hard and sacrificed in order to make it happen. I hope to have better fourtune in contacting the next dxpedition to Glorioso, prehaps the conditions will favor us better then.

73 Steve AG4SO

03/10/2009 11:57

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G0RPA (82.8.228.---)
Thanks for an all time new one, good ears too with my small station, great to make it on 40 1 band is enough for me there are lots of others stil waiting for a new one too 73s ian

03/10/2009 07:11 - Parker, Colorado

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NØUN Wayne (67.190.172.---) http://www.n0un.net
I appreciate your entire team dedication, effort and hard work in making this DXpedition a success

73,

NØUN

02/10/2009 21:43 - Zichem - Belgium

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ON8RH Roger & ON4CHT Monica (62.88.40.---) http://www.on8rh-on4cht.webs.com
Thanks to all the FT5GA team for an all time new one. Return home safely. 73!
ON8RH & ON4CHT

02/10/2009 20:58 - Fort Worth, TX

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K5AC - Tim (66.171.139.---)
I know there is many complaints of FT5GA but I think you guys are doing a good job.

TO4E (FR/J) was 26 days in 2003 (much better condx) and they made 33K QSOs.

FT5GA is 15 days so far and 39K+ QSOs. Tres bien!!

Still would like a solid RTTY QSO. I worked you guys but was logged as K5AB (not QRV on RTTY) instead of K5AC.

Bonne chances & Bon Voyages!

Tim K5AC

02/10/2009 20:00

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G4EDG Steve (195.93.21.---)
I can sympathise with the NA guys that are finding this one hard to work, but I can tell you there are plenty of “little pistols” here in Europe who are finding it just as difficult. I would be glad of just one CW QSO, but the Russian roulette nature of the pileup operation, the seemingly random choice of bands and the practice of “QRX 15 mins”, which can mean anything from 1 minute to 3 hours………is causing much frustration.

You have a few more days………I hope you get a QSO if you need it for an all time new one.

02/10/2009 19:41 - Syracuse, NY USA

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K2DC Don (67.249.208.---) http://www.qrz,com/k2dc
I am very happy to have worked FT5GA on two bands, country #329 and making me eligible for Honor Roll when the QSL comes. At the same time I, as well as many in North America I believe, are somewhat disappointed in the expedition. The stations are just not on the right bands at the right times for North America and seem to be concentrating on Europe. If you look at the Main Leader Board of the top 100 band/modes worked, there are no stations from North America. There are 7 JA's, one 4X and the rest are all EU stations.
I was forwarded an email from one of the pilot stations asking for patience and explaining that the operators are mostly French Military with little or no experience in evaluating HF propagation. I think if there is sufficient internet bandwidth for daily log updates, there is also sufficient bandwidth to receive some direction from the pilot stations on what bands to work at what times to maximize coverage and maximize the contact rate (currently averaging only 22 QSO's per hour per station).
Again, I understand the difficulties of mounting a DXpedition of this nature, and very appreciative of the contacts. But I'm still somewhat disappointed.

Merci et 73,

Don, K2DC

02/10/2009 18:54

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K6DY Tony (71.105.130.---)
Where are the online log 15 meter contacts from W Coast yesterday? Some of us worked you but not in log ---what gives?

02/10/2009 16:36 - RSA

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ZS2HK (196.213.219.---) http://www.pears.co.za
Thanks for the new one, keep it up

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