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saving my spot
#1
I had to register my name here in case the community makes the full migration!

If you do not know me yet, I am in California, launch with LUNAR, Aeropac, and TCC. I work in software and have a heavy interest in custom electronics. Most of my builds are three and four inch fiberglass with 54mm and 75mm motors. I recently completed my L3 at BALLS with a custom Wildman kit, M1350 to 16k.

Hello!
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#2
Come on in, the beer's cold!
John S.
NAR #96911
TRA #15253
MDRA
Level 1, 2014-Mar-15 -- Aerotech Sumo, H133BS
Level 2, 2014-Jun-21 -- Giant Leap Vertical Assault, J240RL
Level 3, 2016-03-12 -- MAC Performance Radial Flyer, M1101WH, 13,028 feet
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#3
Welcome to the Rocketry Center!

NAR# 98194
Level 1: CTI I-216, 3,043'
Level 2: CTI K-740, 5,999'

Personal altitude record: 12,400' CTI L395
2014 total impulse: 9,018.2 Ns (76% M)
2015 total impulse: 7,171.7 Ns (40% M)
2016 total impulse: 18,664.2 Ns (91% N)
2017 total impulse: 8,281.1 Ns (80% M)
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#4
It is nice to know that you've got a life preserver in the event your ship goes down. I like TRF, but I'm worried that someone didn't build the bulkheads high enough.
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NAR #100544

"The Guide says there is an art to flying", said Ford, "or rather a knack." 
"The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss."

Launching is Optional... Landing? That Depends on Trees.

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#5
Welcome aboard! I guess the ship maybe sinking at the other place!
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#6
(11-02-2015, 05:33 PM)watermelonman Wrote: I had to register my name here in case the community makes the full migration!

If you do not know me yet, I am in California, launch with LUNAR, Aeropac, and TCC. I work in software and have a heavy interest in custom electronics. Most of my builds are three and four inch fiberglass with 54mm and 75mm motors. I recently completed my L3 at BALLS with a custom Wildman kit, M1350 to 16k.

Hello!

Welcome- I have enjoyed your posts on TRF and look forward to your involvement here too!

Regards,
Fred
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#7
(11-02-2015, 07:44 PM)FMarvinS Wrote: Welcome- I have enjoyed your posts on TRF and look forward to your involvement here too!

Regards,
Fred

Thanks! I appreciate that.
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#8
Looks like it won't be long till this forum get busy with all the transplants. Smile
Bill Fields
L2
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#9
Welcome the familiar crowd gathers, this is starting to feel like home.
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