Callsign: Queen, Book I: A Zelda Baker - Chess Team.
Notes: 1. A Mobile station can only count once, per band, for QSO Points 2. A Mobile station may be worked more than once, per band, for Multiplier Points, provided the Mobile station is in a different W.A.B. Square. 3. A Mobile station can work a

Notes:
1. A Mobile station can only count once, per band, for QSO Points
2. A Mobile station may be worked more than once, per band, for Multiplier Points, provided the Mobile station is in a different W.A.B. Square.
3. A Mobile station can work a station more than once per band for QSO Points, providing the transmission is from a W.A.B. Square not activated by them previously in the contest.
4. A W.A.B. Square may only be activated once, per band, for Multiplier Points.

TOTAL SCORING:
The Total score is obtained by multiplying the TOTAL number of QSO points by the TOTAL number of MULTIPLIER points obtained on all bands.

Notes:
1. A Mobile station can only count once, per band, for QSO Points
2. A Mobile station may be worked more than once, per band, for Multiplier Points, provided the Mobile station is in a different W.A.B. Square.
3. A Mobile station can work a station more than once per band for QSO Points, providing the transmission is from a W.A.B. Square not activated by them previously in the contest.
4. A W.A.B. Square may only be activated once, per band, for Multiplier Points.

TOTAL SCORING:
The Total score is obtained by multiplying the TOTAL number of QSO points by the TOTAL number of MULTIPLIER points obtained on all bands.

Transported by road to Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk VA, and loaded aboard HMAS Kanimbla for shipping to Australia (1995). Transferred to HMAS Tobruk in Sydney and shipped to Brisbane. Road transport to RAAF Amberley. To be used for ground training.
Undercover, and recently painted overall 'Gunship Grey'. Used for training maintenance personnel in such tasks as fuel tank entry procedures. New 82 Wing Technical Training Section tail flash.

See the 82WG TTS Web page hosted here.
(images courtesy of "Max" Walker of 82WGTTS)

Aircraft involved in weapons testing.
Was on display in 1967 for the Eglin AFB open day

Used for ground training at Sheppard AFB. Seen by author Andy Marden in April 1989, but has been probably destroyed and scrapped in the local dump by 1995. (Keith Snyder)

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