Unless you've been living under a rock and not had access to any media you've probably heard about the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic Disaster. A couple Saturdays ago I was listening to 40 meter CW on my ham radio and I noticed this station with a short callsign calling CQ and taking calls from other ham stations. I waited for an opening and jumped in and made contact. Later that day I sent out my QSL card and a SASE to confirm the contact and a short nine days later I found the above special event QSL in my mailbox. Talk about running a tight ship that's about the quickest return I've ever seen from a special event station.
The cool thing about this contact is we used the same mode of wireless communication -radio and Morse Code keying that was used on that fateful night 100 years ago. A great tribute to those wireless operators aboard the Titanic, Carpathia and American shore stations without whose valiant efforts many more souls would have surely been lost.