Program for do application and endorsement for all ARRL awards-30 awards-18 for DXCC -12 for others and 8 special querry (how long I'm waiting for QSL. You can merge several awards and endorsement in a one application and upload adif file to ARRL page by ON-LINE method. Offering optimization task for cost checking QSO.Cooperating CLUBLOG
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