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KC4USV McMurdo station

W2EMT, AF7DJ and WY7AA are currently active from McMurdo station, IOTA AN-011, Antarctica as KC4USV.
They active mostly on 14243 SSB.
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Rating: 5 of 5
Gregory Peet
  • Callsign: N1KPW
  • 2018-06-08 12:20:19
K1IED passed away earlier this week, the family is very concerned that someone pick up the torch and carry on all the work that Larry did for all of the South Pole stations.... does anyone have any contact info i can forward to the family for the stations???? if you can help
Rating: 5 of 5
Fred Moore
  • Callsign: NA
  • 2016-05-21 04:25:07
On a whim just wondered if King Charlie 4 Uncle Sugar Victor was still around. Ha! Not an operator but sure enjoyed the help in talking with my grandparents in Atlanta, GA. while there as HM2 in 1961.
Rating: 5 of 5
Ed Lambert
  • Callsign: not a ham
  • 2015-07-03 10:10:58
I was at McMurdo with DeepFreeze IV, November, 1958 to November, 1959. Ham radio was the only way of contacting my family back in Indiana from March 1 when the last ship left until October 1, when the first plane returned. My folks had a schedule every other Friday with a local ham and we would talk for 15 minutes. Those occasions certainly meant a lot to us. I recently scanned a copy of a DeepFreeze Four QSL card onto the hard drive of my computer that has individual pictures of the 14 men who operated the ham station round the clock, or at least most of the time. There were times conditions would not allow transmissions.
Rating: 5 of 5
MKC Thomas Moe USCG (Ret)
  • Callsign: KK6MOE
  • 2013-11-13 21:26:00
Hey guys, just a quick note to you. Nice QSL Card. Brought back some fond memories of McMurdo Station. Is the bar still open? Ha Ha. I remember the black walls and the curtains being closed at 2 am, due to the sunlight. Those Kiwi lads made some harsh hooch. I was aboard the USCGC Polar Sea 11, for Deepfreeze 83. What a trip that was. anyway 73