Alaska is a big US state and a separate DXCC country. The FT8 Digital Mode Club (FT8DMC) sponsors an award for working a certain number of KL7 stations called the Worked Alaskan Stations Award (WALSA). The club awards certificates for working 5, 10 and 15 different stations.
The WALSA award is presented in digital form (both JPG and PDF versions available). Like other FT8DMC awards, it is entirely free! If you apply for the WALSA-15 award the award manager will automatically send the versions for working 5 and 10 stations as well. As a result, you’ll get three certificates with one application.
The five QSO entry point for the award should be easy for most Hams using the FT8 mode.
The FT8 Digital Mode Club sponsors this and many other awards, all dedicated to promoting FT8 activity. Applications for the awards are handled through the UltimateAAC (Ultimate Award Application Center) program which must be installed on your computer. I need to do a separate post on how to install and use UAAC since it’s not always the easiest application to use.