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⇒Перед подачей заявления на диплом ознакомьтесь с разделом:
General Rules
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DACIAE REGNUM LIBELLUM
 DACIA KINGDOM CERTIFICATE -
168 bC – 106 aD

Dacia was the land inhabited by the Dacians. The Greeks referred to them as the Getae (eastern Dacia) and the Romans called them Daces.
The territory of Dacia housed several tribes physically and linguistically related: Apulianes, Anartes, Bastarnaes, Britolages, Bures, Carpians, Costoboces, Getaes, Iazyges, Tracians, Tyragetaes.
They all spoke the same language, namely Latin vulgaris but in several dialects. 
The Dacian people are considered the ancestors of the Romanian people.

In order to obtain the certificate,  are required QSO's performed since 1 January 2000, the date of establishment PRO-CW-CLUB.

QSOs are required with stations whose last letter in the suffix of the callsign corresponds to the letters:
D A C I A E   R E G N U M   L I B E L L U M
A total of 20 QSO's all stations must be from Europe.
And:
1 QSO with each of the prefixes: YO (YP, YQ, YR) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
1 x ER
2 x SP
2 x YU
3 x OM
3 x UR-UZ
4 x LZ
5 x HA
QSOs with stations other than the first 20.
Total 48 QSO

All modes and bands is allowed.
Special notification for the certificate obtained with QSO's only in CW.
Do not count QSO’s via repeaters, echo-link, satelite or cross-band.

This award is FREE of charge for all applicants.
For other informations see chapter  "General Rules"

Applications to:

The certificate will be issued electronically to your e-mail address.





BUREBISTA  REX DACIAE
BUREBISTA KING OF DACIA
110 bC – 44 bC

Burebista was a Dacian king of the Getae and Dacian tribes from 82 bC to 44 bC. He was the first king who successfully unified the tribes of the Dacian Kingdom.

In order to obtain the certificate,  are required QSO's performed since 1 January 2000, the date of establishment PRO-CW-CLUB.

QSOs are required with stations whose last letter in the suffix of the callsign corresponds to the letters:
B U R E B I S T A     R E X    D A C I A E    N A T U S    E S T    I N    A R G E D A V A

A total of 36 QSO allowed only with the following countries: YO, ER, HA, LZ, OM, SP, UR-UZ, YU.

To obtain the Burebista certificate you must have in your hand the first one, Daciae Regnum.

All modes and bands is allowed.
Special notification for the certificate obtained with QSO's only in CW.
Do not count QSO’s via repeaters, echo-link, satelite or cross-band.

This award is FREE of charge for all applicants.
For other informations see chapter  "General Rules"

Applications to:

The certificate will be issued electronically to your e-mail address.



DACIAE FORTIFICATIONES LIBELLUM
DACIAN FORTIFICATIONS CERTIFICATE


The Dacians lived in fortified cities called Dava and in fortified settlements scattered throughout the territory of the Kingdom of Dacia. Historians have counted over 210 settlements.
The capital of the Kingdom of Dacia during the reign of King Burebista was located in Argedava.
The photo on the certificate represents the reproduction of a Dacian fortification.

In order to obtain the certificate,  are required QSO's performed since 1 January 2000, the date of establishment PRO-CW-CLUB.

QSOs are required with stations whose last letter in the suffix of the callsign corresponds to the letters:
D A C I A E   F O R T I F I C A T I O N E S   L I B E L L U M
A total of  29 QSO with stations in European countries only, of which at least 5 in YO.

In order to obtain this certificate, you must have received Dacia Regnum and Burebista certificate.

All modes and bands is allowed.
Special notification for the certificate obtained with QSO's only in CW.
Do not count QSO’s via repeaters, echo-link, satelite or cross-band.

This award is FREE of charge for all applicants.
For other informations see chapter  "General Rules"

Applications to:

The certificate will be issued electronically to your e-mail address.



DECEBALUS  ULTIMUM  REX  DACIAE
DECEBALUS THE LAST KING OF DACIA
55 aD – 106 aD


Decebalus was the last king of Dacia. He is famous for fighting three wars, with varying success, against the Roman Empire under two emperors.  When Trajan Imperator of Rome came to power, his armies invaded Dacia, Decebalus committed suicide to avoid capture.
One third of Dacia's territory was occupied by the Roman Empire, and in the rest it was divided into small states, which permanently attacked the Roman legions, causing huge losses.
The reign of Rome lasted until 271 aD, when the Roman legions were withdrawn. Unfortunately, the old kingdom of Dacia could not be rebuilt.

In order to obtain the certificate,  are required QSO's performed since 1 January 2000, the date of establishment PRO-CW-CLUB.
QSOs are required with stations whose last letter in the suffix of the callsign corresponds to the letters:
D E C E B A L U S    U L T I M U M    R E X    D A C I A E
A total of  25 QSO with stations in European countries only, of which at least 7 in YO and ER.

In order to obtain this certificate, you must have received Dacia Regnum, Burebista and Fortifications certificate.

All modes and bands is allowed.
Special notification for the certificate obtained with QSO's only in CW.
Do not count QSO’s via repeaters, echo-link, satelite or cross-band.

This award is FREE of charge for all applicants.
For other informations see chapter  "General Rules"

Applications to:

The certificate will be issued electronically to your e-mail address.




ROMANIAN ROYAL AERONAUTICS
1875-1947

ANNIVERSARY CERTIFICATE
1875 - 2020

In 1874, three officers of the Romanian Army had the initiative of a balloon flight. They found on this occasion that the balloon could be used to obtain information in case of war.
In 1875 three balloons were purchased and assigned to the army of genius. Without any special organization during the War of Independence (1877-1878), balloons with observers on board were raised on the front line, providing valuable information on the actions of the Ottoman army.
After the war according to the High Royal Decree issued by King Carol I, in 1893 the Military Air Force Station of the Romanian Army was established as a separate section, equipped with observation balloons under the command of Lieutenant Eugeniu Asachi.

After the success of the flight with the plane built and piloted by the engineer Aurel Vlaicu in 1910, the first military pilot officers began to be purchased in Romania and to be licenced.
The Military Aviation became an independent weapon in 1915, when according to the Ministerial Decision no. 305/10 August, the Romanian Aviation Corps was established.
When Romania entered the war against the Austro-Hungarian Empire on August 15, 1916, the Air Force had 44 Nieuport fighter aircraft, 97 pilots and 84 air observers. A year later, 322 fighter, bombing and reconnaissance aircraft were equipped.

After the end of the First World War, the military aviation being considered a distinct weapon within the Romanian Royal Army, it was called the Romanian Royal Aeronautics.

In 1941 the ARR had an impressive fleet of aircraft, totaling 3,150 pieces of which 700 were fighters and 770 were bombers and assaulters.

This Anniversary Certificate was established in the year of 2020 on the occasion of the 145th anniversary of the Romanian Royal Aeronautics which was founded in 1875 and abolished in 1947.
In order to obtain the certificate,  are required QSO's performed since 1 January 2000, the date of establishment PRO-CW-CLUB.
Rules for EU and DX:
(Attn: Separate rules for YO & ER aplicants. See below.)
QSOs are required with stations whose last letter in the suffix of the callsign corresponds to the letters:
A N I V E R S A R E   A E R O N A U T I C A    R E G A L A    R O M A N A

A total of 33 QSO's of which at least 5 stations must be from Romania and Moldova: YO, YP, YQ, YR, ER. 
All modes and bands is allowed.
Special notification for the certificate obtained with QSO's only in CW.
Do not count QSO’s via repeaters, echo-link, satelite or cross-band.

This award is FREE of charge for all applicants.
For other informations see chapter  "General Rules"

Applications to:

The certificate will be issued electronically to your e-mail address.


AERONAUTICA  REGALĂ  ROMÂNĂ 
1875-1947 

DIPLOMĂ  ANIVERSARĂ 
1875 - 2020 

În anul 1874 trei ofiţeri ai Armatei Române au avut iniţiativa unui zbor cu balonul. Au constat cu acestă ocazie că balonul ar putea fi folosit în obţinerea de informaţii în caz de război. În 1875 au fost achiziţionate trei baloane care au fost alocate armei de geniu. Fără vre-o organizare specială în cursul Războiului de Independenţă baloanele având la bord observatori au fost înălţate pe linia frontului aducând informaţii valoroase privind acţiunile armatei otomane.

După război conform Înaltului Decret Regal emis de regele Carol I, în anul 1893 a luat fiinţă de jure  Aerostaţia Militară din Armata Română utilată cu baloane de observaţie sub comanda locotenentului Eugeniu Asachi.

După reuşita zborului cu avionul construit şi pilotat de inginerul Aurel Vlaicu din anul 1910, în România au început să fie achiziţionate avioane şi să fie brevetaţi primii ofiţeri piloţi militari.
Aviaţia Militară a devenit o armă de sine stătătoare în anul 1915, când conform Deciziei Ministeriale nr. 305/10 August, s-a înfiinţat Corpul de Aviaţie Român.
La intrarea României în război împotriva imperiului Austro-Ungar la 15 August 1916, Corpul de Aviaţie avea în dotare 44 avioane de vânătoare Nieuport, 97 piloţi şi 84 observatori aerieni. Un an mai târziu erau în dotare 322 avioane de vânătoare, bombardament şi recunoaştere.
După încheierea Primului Război Mondial, aviaţia militară fiind socotită o armă distinctă în cadrul Armatei Regale Române, a primit denumirea de AERONAUTICA  REGALĂ  ROMÂNĂ.
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Această Diplomă a fost instituită în anul 2020 cu ocazia celei de-a 145-a aniversări a  Aeronauticii Regal Române - ARR - care a funcţionat între anii 1875 și 1947.
Pentru obţinerea diplomei sunt valabile QSO-urile efectuate începând cu 1 Ianuarie 2000, data înfiinţării PRO-CW-CLUB.
Sunt necesare QSO-uri cu staţii a cărui ultimă literă din sufixul indicativului corespunde cu literele de mai jos:
A N I V E R S A R E   A E R O N A U T I C A    R E G A L A    R O M A N A

În total 33 QSO-uri din care cel puţin 10 trebuie să fie din România şi Moldova:  YO, YP, YQ, YR, ER.

Se pot utiliza toate modurile de lucru.
La cerere se poate face notificare specială pe diploma obţinută pentru QSO-uri numai în CW.
Nu sunt valabile legăturile prin repetoare, satelit şi cross-band.
Diploma este GRATUITĂ.
Pentru alte informaţii vedeţi:
Reguli generale

Cererea însoţită de lista QSO-urilor trebuie trimisă ca document ataşat la adresa:
procwclub@gmail.com

Diploma va fi expediată pe cale electronică la adresa dvs. de e-mail.