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How One Young Ham’s First Few Certificates Have Led to a Lifetime of Award-Hunting

This month, I reached out to a local contester and DXer in northern Alabama for his personal history of award chasing. Steve Werner, AG4W, has been in this hobby longer than I have been alive and this article will show his success in over 50 years in amateur radio. Enjoy the column and how many awards he placed in the spotlight. – KI4KWR

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500 County Level

WB8III – Award number 3798 dated January 27, 2021

JA6BZI – Award number 3799 dated February 6, 2021

WQ7F – Award number 3800 dated February 15, 2021

UR7FM – Award number 3801 dated February 18, 2021

F6GCP – Award number 3802 dated February 19, 2021

1000 County Level

JJ8DEN – Award number 1933 dated January 17, 2021

WB8III – Award number 1934 dated January 27, 2021

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