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DXpedition to Afghanistan

Welcome to T6PSE - AFGHANISTAN 2011 DXpedition web site, where we'll give you more information about our DXpedition.
N6PSE has been issued the call sign of T6PSE by the Afghanistan Ministry of Telecom, and is planning a multi-national DXpedition to Afghanistan, it will take place over ten days in May, 2011.

This DXpedition is dedicated to the memory of our friend and advisor, Jim McLaughlin WA2EWE/T6AF who was killed in Kabul Afghanistan on Wednesday, April 27th, 2011. Jim was an honorary member of our team and was planning to join us to operate with us. Jim, we will really miss you!

The Team

T6PSE Team is composed of the following operators:
  • N6PSE - Paul Ewing Co-Leader
  • K1LZ - Krassimir Petkov
  • K3VN - Al Hernandez
  • UXØLL - Alexander Pavlenko
  • K3LP - David Collingham Co-Leader
  • YT1AD - Hranislav Milosevic
  • AH6HY - David Flack
  • W6DR - David Ritchie

The Pilots


The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, commonly known as Afghanistan, is a landlocked country in south-central Asia. It is bordered by Pakistan in the south and east, Iran in the west, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the north, and China in the far northeast. The territories now comprising Afghanistan have been an ancient focal point of the Silk Road and human migration.

Afghanistan is variously described as being located within South Asia, Central Asia, and sometimes Western Asia (or the Middle East). Afghanistan is landlocked and mountainous, with plains in the north and southwest. The highest point is Nowshak, at 7,485 m (24,557 ft) above sea level. The climate varies by region and tends to change quite rapidly. Large parts of the country are dry, and fresh water supplies are limited.

Extracted from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afghanistan

Afghanistan Map