The NA1WJ amateur radio operation at the 2019 World Scout Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve in West Virginia was a success. Great numbers and incredible accomplishments by a superb team of amateur radio operators from Australia, Canada, Chile, Finland, Germany, Japan, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, USA, and Zimbabwe. We include a big thank you to all our sponsors.
Here are the final numbers.
|Amateur Radio Demonstrations||3,043 Scouts|
|Amateur Radio Two-Way Contacts Logged||4,163 Contacts|
|Countries Contacted||86 DXCC Countries|
|ARDF - Foxhunting Participants||211 Scouts|
|International Space Station Contact||240 Scouts and Leaders|
|Balloon Launches (3 during Jamboree)||73 Scouts|
The final report provides further insight into what was accomplished, who made it happen, what worked, and what didn’t. Overall it was a great event but as always there is room for improvement. Click on this link NA1WJ 2019 WSJ Report V2 or the image below.
You can also find videos and detailed information on these pages:
- International Space Station Contact with Drew Morgan
- Pico Balloon Launches
- World Jamboree Sponsors
- NA1WJ Logbook and QSL Requests
- NA1WJ Logbook Analysis
Thanks to everyone who got on the air and provided QSOs to help with our amateur radio demonstrations.