FAA Notification on Large Model Rockets

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"Bob Kaplow" wrote in message > Definitely not with HPR models. Yes for things like D SD models in Houston,
OK for Mod rocks to break the ceiling ?
you remember the SD in the soop right ?
real soop, woof woof.
Reply to
AlMax
Jerry has invented a method for autocitation. He breaks the law / regulation and the government cites the regulation that he broke when he receives his Big Fine.
Reply to
Phil Stein
you hosted the launch. Did you obtain a waiver? If so, let's see it.
If he published the evidence, than you can show it to us.
Reply to
Dave Grayvis
Don't change the subject. Show Us the published evidence. If it's years old, it should be easy to find.
Oh, and don't forget the waiver for that day.
you wouldn't want People to think you're some kind of pathological liar, or worse yet, a fraudulent deadbeat. would you?
Reply to
Dave Grayvis
That's it? All he said was, "rockets"? So what?
So what? Were you in complete compliance with FAR Part 101?
In other words, you have no idea.
What real life experience does that require?
Steven P. McNicoll
Reply to
Steven P. McNicoll
Or, for those who recognize the legitimacy of the characterized individual. Hence, why you are referred to as an A$$ hole, albeit a small one..(:-)
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W. E. Fred Wallace

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