The following awards are also available. They may be claimed by having contacted (heard) and received a QSL card from each of the different stations on the frequency band listed: 50MHz-100, 144MHz-100, 430MHz-100, 1200MHz-10, 50, 100, 200, 300, etc.
On February 25th every year, the State of Kuwait celebrates its National and Liberation Day. On that day, you can earn this award by making 2 contacts with KARS station 9K2RA-NL and one call with any other Kuwaiti ARS whose call letters carry the suffix -NL such as 9K2DR-NL.
The award “ LE ALPI ITALIANE “ ( The Italian Alps ) is issued to OM/SWL for contacts verified by QSL, eQsl, LOTW with the specified number of Italian provinces located in the 7 alpine Regions as specified below...
The award “Legioni Romane” ( Roman Legions ) is issued to both OM/SWL who have made QSO/HRD and received QSL with the following countries that have been totally or partially conquered by the Romans in the past centuries.
LU 10 DOBLE LETRA (LU 10 Double Letter): It's given for those who worked 10 stations (at least one must be an LU), where each call-sign must have any number ranging from 1 to 0 and double letter suffix like PY5AA, ZP5SS, LU5KK,...etc.
The Philippine DX Foundation (PDXF) issues this award for cnfirmed two-way communications with amateur radio stations whose callsign end with each of the 7 letters of the word MABUHAY plus each of the 26 letters of the alphabet.
Issued for confirmed contacts with stations located in the countries which are part of the Mercado Comun del Sur MERCOSUR Trade Agreement: LU-Argentina, PY-Brazil, ZP-Paraguay and CX-Uruguay after 1 Jan 1995.
This award is issued on behalf of 25 years MF-RUNDE and 100 years Naval Communications and Signal School at Flensburg. The diploma appreciates specially the good and close links to the Naval Communications and Signal school at Flensburg-Mürwick. This school has been closed at the year 2002, after 100 years of education and training operations for the German Navy.
The award is issued to both OM/SWL who will make 5 or more QSO/HRD with any radio amateur station on the day of his/her birthday, and at least on 2 different bands. The date of your birthday must be unique on the application, no other date is allowed.
To apply for this award you have to work a certain number of stations from all continents and with the first letter of their suffix you should be able to form the phrase “Amateur Radio” plus your own callsign...
The award will be issued to any radio amateur who can submit proof of having made two-way radio contact on or after 21st March, 1990 on any amateur frequency using any mode with a minimum of 5 licensed radio amateurs permanently based in Namibia with a call sign with the prefix V51 or V5O.
The Finnish Amateur Radio League (SRAL) published this award in 1967 for the 50th independence day of Finland. Finnish stations need to work 500 different Finnish stations. Europeans have to work 250 different Finnish stations. DX stations need to work 125 different Finnish stations.
Finnish stations have to work 600 different Finnish stations such that all ten call areas are worked on five separate bands. Europeans need to work 300 different Finnish stations such that all ten call areas are worked on two separate bands. DX stations need to work 150 different Finnish stations such that five call areas are worked on three separate bands.