The WAWC award certificate will be issued to any individual licensed Amateur Radio Operator
who submits a completed WAWC Application Form listing confirmed two-way QSOís with all of
Wisconsinís 72 counties. All QSOís are to be from the applicantís current QTH and must have
been made since January 1, 1996. The WAWC Application Form must be signed by the applicant
and verified by one other licensed Amateur who is not related to the applicant.
A valid QSO is a contact for which the Amateur Operator is able to confirm the time, date,
mode and address of the contact. This may be done using any of the following methods:
Validation by online QSL services other than LoTW are not being accepted at this time.
- QSL card
- A Wisconsin QSO Party QSO (since 2014 only)
- Logbook of The World
- Since the West Allis Amateur Radio Club, Inc is the sponsor of both the WIQP and this award, the
database records for the WIQP will be used to confirm the QSO.
- For WIQP contacts, the address information is not needed.
Applicants are encouraged to use the
Application Form provided.
The application must show the call, city and county of each station worked, date, mode and band,
arranged in alphabetical order by county.
Please indicate WIQP claimed QSO's in the last column of the form.
|Rights of Sponsor
The sponsor reserves the right to request that QSL’s be sent in for inspection if any
question is raised regarding confirmed QSO's.
Decisions of the WAWC Committee are final.
||Applications and correspondence
regarding the WAWC award can be either emailed (firstname.lastname@example.org) or submitted by regular mail to:
Emailed submittals using the autofilled PDF form are preferred. You will need to submit separately
a signed application/verification sheet. Scanned signature pages are acceptable.
West Allis Radio Amateur Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 1072
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Please direct any questions to the WARAC Award Coordinator, email@example.com