The Cass Awards encourage DXpedition operating excellence. While QRV from Palestine as E44WE during May 2017, Janusz worked 10,087 unique stations during 14 days of his one-man DXpedition, demonstrating an outstanding effort to log as many DXers as possible, and setting a new Single-Operator Cass Award record. Polish Amateur Radio Union President Waldemar Sznajder 3Z6AEF presented Janusz with his plaque at their LOS convention on May 26, 2018. Here’s a photo of Janusz (on the left) proudly displaying the plaque just received from Waldemar: Two categories of Cass Award in 2018 and beyond The Cass Award Sponsors – Club Log, DXLab, and the Northern California DX Club – have also announced the addition of a new “unlimited” award. Presented annually, the Cass Awards encourage DXpeditions to maximize the number of DXers worked with a plaque for the Single-Operator DXpedition that works the most unique callsigns during a two-week interval and, and a plaque for the “unlimited” DXpedition that works the most unique callsigns; the rules for each award are defined in http://www.cassaward.com. These awards honor the wisdom and spirit of Cass WA6AUD (SK), whose stories in the West Coast DX Bulletin taught a generation of DXers that DX IS! Congratulations to Janusz on his achievement in winning the 2017 Single-Operator Cass award!