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Dog barf in need of a good home

Wes Cravens
 

Is anyone willing to take on a cubic yard of compressed dog barf minus four or five gallon ziploc bags worth?

I've been looking after this monster for about 10 years, and I just don't want to any more.

So, ya. Let me know, and I'll gladey transfer ownership. :-)

Wes


#Launch is GO #Launch

Greg Smith
 

At 10:00 AM, it was 45°F in Champaign, with clear skies and a southwest wind at 9 mph.

Conditions look good for our launch, so we will meet as scheduled at noon in the south half of the Dodds Park soccer field parking lots to begin setting up.

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Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Re: Outlook for Saturday #Launch

Adam Rouse
 

Hope everyone has a great launch! Work volume will not allow me to travel down this weekend.

Cheers!
-Adam 



Sent via mobile device, please pardon any typographical errors. Thank you! 

This email is intended only for the addressee and may be legally privileged. If you receive this email in error, please notify the sender and delete the email immediately. 


Re: Outlook for Saturday #Launch

Jonathan Sivier
 

We still have official CIA masks available in an assortment of colors. Come see me at the launch if you would like to get one for yourself.

Jonathan


On 2/26/2021 5:58 PM, Greg Smith wrote:
We have a rocket launch scheduled tomorrow, Saturday, February 27, at Dodds Park in Champaign.

Setup will begin at 12:00 noon, probably in the south half of the soccer field parking lots. Our waiver allows flying motors through "H" class up to 4,000' MSL (about 3,250' from ground level). The waiver expires at sunset at 5:43 PM.

The forecast is very good for February, and a big improvement over two weeks ago, when we had to cancel our planned launch:

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Saturday - Mostly sunny, with a high near 58. West southwest wind 5 to 8 mph becoming south southeast in the afternoon. (NWS)

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I think it is very likely we'll be able to fly, although we'll need to watch out for that southeasterly wind later in the day. I will post the final decision about the launch here shortly after 10:00 AM tomorrow (an hour earlier than in the past to accommodate out of town participants). You can also call me after that time at 217-840-1678 for an update.

One thing to watch out for is that the field may be soft and muddy due to the recent snow cover and rain.

Our next scheduled launch will be Saturday, March 13 at the farm field near Forsyth.

We will be enforcing our physical distancing and masking requirements at tomorrow's launch.

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Greg Smith N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@... 217-840-1678


Outlook for Saturday #Launch

Greg Smith
 

We have a rocket launch scheduled tomorrow, Saturday, February 27, at Dodds Park in Champaign.

Setup will begin at 12:00 noon, probably in the south half of the soccer field parking lots. Our waiver allows flying motors through "H" class up to 4,000' MSL (about 3,250' from ground level). The waiver expires at sunset at 5:43 PM.

The forecast is very good for February, and a big improvement over two weeks ago, when we had to cancel our planned launch:

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Saturday - Mostly sunny, with a high near 58. West southwest wind 5 to 8 mph becoming south southeast in the afternoon. (NWS)

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I think it is very likely we'll be able to fly, although we'll need to watch out for that southeasterly wind later in the day. I will post the final decision about the launch here shortly after 10:00 AM tomorrow (an hour earlier than in the past to accommodate out of town participants). You can also call me after that time at 217-840-1678 for an update.

One thing to watch out for is that the field may be soft and muddy due to the recent snow cover and rain.

Our next scheduled launch will be Saturday, March 13 at the farm field near Forsyth.

We will be enforcing our physical distancing and masking requirements at tomorrow's launch.

-----

Greg Smith N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@... 217-840-1678


Re: Saturday launch

Kevin A
 

Thanks Lon, no shame here!  My custom stickersshock decal cost half what the kit did.  She's gonna earn it!


On Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 5:23 PM Lon Westfall <lonw@...> wrote:

Hi Kevin,

 

FWIW, some of us are not too proud to fly and even certify “naked”.  Try it, you might like it.

 

Johnathan has a policy that his rockets must earn their paint.  I like it, since anyway,  you need to do maintenance on anything you fly a lot.

 

I’m glad the issue of launch decisions being made earlier has come up.   I too would enjoy and earlier launch decision.

 

Cheers,

Lon Westfall

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io <cia-rocketry@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin A
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:34 PM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io Group Moderators <cia-rocketry@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Awesome, thanks Greg!  I concur as a Bloomingtonian that an extra hour would be beneficial.  Though I am yet to come out (and am not yet sure about being able to make it this weekend), I do intend on relatively heavy participation this year as I have several naked birds that need to earn their paint, including my Minie Magg that I want to certify L1 with.

 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 10:27 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

I can try making the announcements at 10:00 for a while and we’ll see whether that results in any more false alarms. It will mean depending on the short term aviation forecasts a bit more. I’ll try this Saturday and we’ll see how it goes.

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:40 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  

 

In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  

 

Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  

 

 

 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

 

 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Re: Saturday launch

Lon Westfall
 

Hi Kevin,

 

FWIW, some of us are not too proud to fly and even certify “naked”.  Try it, you might like it.

 

Johnathan has a policy that his rockets must earn their paint.  I like it, since anyway,  you need to do maintenance on anything you fly a lot.

 

I’m glad the issue of launch decisions being made earlier has come up.   I too would enjoy and earlier launch decision.

 

Cheers,

Lon Westfall

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io <cia-rocketry@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin A
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:34 PM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io Group Moderators <cia-rocketry@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Awesome, thanks Greg!  I concur as a Bloomingtonian that an extra hour would be beneficial.  Though I am yet to come out (and am not yet sure about being able to make it this weekend), I do intend on relatively heavy participation this year as I have several naked birds that need to earn their paint, including my Minie Magg that I want to certify L1 with.

 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 10:27 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

I can try making the announcements at 10:00 for a while and we’ll see whether that results in any more false alarms. It will mean depending on the short term aviation forecasts a bit more. I’ll try this Saturday and we’ll see how it goes.

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:40 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  

 

In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  

 

Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  

 

 

 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

 

 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


annual elections

Jonathan Sivier
 

At our Zoom meeting next Tuesday we will hold our annual elections of officers. You can see the list of officers on our communication page at "http://www.ciarocketry.org/comm.html". The election usually only takes a few minutes so there will be plenty of time to discuss various rocketry related subjects.

The current officers will be running to continue in their offices, but if you are interested in nominating yourself or someone else for an office let us know.

Jonathan
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Jonathan Sivier
Secretary, Central Illinois Aerospace
NAR Section #527
jsivier AT illinois DOT edu
NAR #56437 | Tripoli #1906
CIA Web Site: http://www.CIARocketry.org/


Re: Saturday launch

Kevin A
 

Awesome, thanks Greg!  I concur as a Bloomingtonian that an extra hour would be beneficial.  Though I am yet to come out (and am not yet sure about being able to make it this weekend), I do intend on relatively heavy participation this year as I have several naked birds that need to earn their paint, including my Minie Magg that I want to certify L1 with.


On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 10:27 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

I can try making the announcements at 10:00 for a while and we’ll see whether that results in any more false alarms. It will mean depending on the short term aviation forecasts a bit more. I’ll try this Saturday and we’ll see how it goes.

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:40 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  

 

In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  

 

Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  

 

 

 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

 

 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Re: Saturday launch

Shane Ramos
 

I’m in the same boat coming from MATTOON. Thanks.


On Feb 25, 2021, at 10:42 AM, Gary Slater <gws77@...> wrote:


I appreciate that offer Greg!  Thank you.  
On 02/25/2021 10:27 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:
 
 

I can try making the announcements at 10:00 for a while and we’ll see whether that results in any more false alarms. It will mean depending on the short term aviation forecasts a bit more. I’ll try this Saturday and we’ll see how it goes.

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:40 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  

 

In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  

 

Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  

 

 

 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

 

 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678

 


Re: Saturday launch

Gary Slater
 

I appreciate that offer Greg!  Thank you.  

On 02/25/2021 10:27 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:
 
 

I can try making the announcements at 10:00 for a while and we’ll see whether that results in any more false alarms. It will mean depending on the short term aviation forecasts a bit more. I’ll try this Saturday and we’ll see how it goes.

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:40 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  

 

In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  

 

Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  

 

 

 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

 

 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678

 


Re: Saturday launch

Greg Smith
 

I can try making the announcements at 10:00 for a while and we’ll see whether that results in any more false alarms. It will mean depending on the short term aviation forecasts a bit more. I’ll try this Saturday and we’ll see how it goes.

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:40 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Saturday launch

 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  

 

In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  

 

Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  

 

 

 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:

 

 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Re: Saturday launch

Jeff Kajtsa
 

Hey. I've been on your email list a while, always looking for a launch. In response to this last email, I once came to Champaign for a launch (arrived 45 minutes early for set up time), found out it was cancelled (too much wind), then turned around to go home. I live over 2 hours away up north. I just accepted it for what it was. I wasn't angry, as I knew the risk, but was disappointed in the weather.
Jeff Kajtsa

On Thursday, February 25, 2021, 09:40:31 AM CST, Gary Slater <gws77@...> wrote:


Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  
 
In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  
 
Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  
 
 
 
On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:
 
 
Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Re: Saturday launch

Gary Slater
 

Now that I have moved to Mattoon, I see the dilemma others have always faced living an hour (or more) away from the field.  If I prepare to leave home early enough to get there and help set up but then the day is cancelled, I have wasted an hour loading my car with rockets and necessary accessories.  It's actually more than that, I have to unload everything too. If I wait to get the 11 am email stating a "go" for launching before loading up, I get there an hour late and don't get to help setting up the pads.  I enjoy doing that.  It gives me some sense of accomplishment, however mundane it is.  But it also lets me participate more rather than taking advantage of the rest of you who may be there freezing or sweating it out before even a single rocket leaves the pads.  
 
In this regard, I may be speaking for everyone who lives "away" by asking our email notice to fly or not be moved to 10 am.  Will an hour earlier really make that big a difference in weather patterns/forecast, ie., wind speeds, rain, etc?  
 
Input from everyone is helpful here, not just from me or others who must travel from distant areas like Mattoon, Decatur, Bloomington and/or beyond.  
 
 
 

On 02/25/2021 9:20 AM Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:
 
 
Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Saturday launch

Greg Smith
 

Just an early heads up that the forecast looks like it MIGHT be favorable for our scheduled launch this Saturday (2/27). (The wind is still a bit iffy.) If it happens, we'll meet at noon at Dodds Park. It would sure be great to see everybody again, so put it on your calendars if possible.

-----

Greg Smith  N9LHI
NAR 15881 * TRA 1974
Director of Operations, Central Illinois Aerospace
greg@...  217-840-1678


Re: Aero Pack Announcement

Tim Dixon
 

Yeah, not sure about this at all...


On Mon, Feb 22, 2021 at 5:21 PM Randy Milliken <randy@...> wrote:
Hopefully they will do better with this acquisition than they did with Rocketry Warehouse.
On Feb 22, 2021, 12:11 PM -0500, Gary Slater <gws77@...>, wrote:
Hmmm


Begin forwarded message:

From: Madcow Rocketry <order@...>
Date: February 22, 2021 at 10:55:07 AM CST
To: gws77@...
Subject: Aero Pack Announcement
Reply-To: Madcow Rocketry <order@...>



Madcow Rocketry announces Acquisition of Aero Pack

Madcow Rocketry is pleased to announce the acquisition of Aero Pack.  Effective immediately, sales of all Aero Pack products will move to Madcow Rocketry.

Since 1995 Aero Pack has been a leader in high-grade aluminum Quick-Change Motor Retainers for both the amateur and commercial High Power Rocketry markets.  Madcow Rocketry Director Mike Stoop said, “Madcow Rocketry is pleased to add Aero Pack’s products and services to our in-house sales.  We plan to continue the excellent manufacturing and design legacy with currently in place processes and services.  We are pleased that Bob Mosley is continuing to stay involved to ensure Aero Pack’s products meet the same quality standards as they have always had.”

The company’s website www.madcowrocketry.com will be updated to include all Aero Pack products in the near future.
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Re: Aero Pack Announcement

Randy Milliken
 

Hopefully they will do better with this acquisition than they did with Rocketry Warehouse.

On Feb 22, 2021, 12:11 PM -0500, Gary Slater <gws77@...>, wrote:
Hmmm


Begin forwarded message:

From: Madcow Rocketry <order@...>
Date: February 22, 2021 at 10:55:07 AM CST
To: gws77@...
Subject: Aero Pack Announcement
Reply-To: Madcow Rocketry <order@...>



Madcow Rocketry announces Acquisition of Aero Pack

Madcow Rocketry is pleased to announce the acquisition of Aero Pack.  Effective immediately, sales of all Aero Pack products will move to Madcow Rocketry.

Since 1995 Aero Pack has been a leader in high-grade aluminum Quick-Change Motor Retainers for both the amateur and commercial High Power Rocketry markets.  Madcow Rocketry Director Mike Stoop said, “Madcow Rocketry is pleased to add Aero Pack’s products and services to our in-house sales.  We plan to continue the excellent manufacturing and design legacy with currently in place processes and services.  We are pleased that Bob Mosley is continuing to stay involved to ensure Aero Pack’s products meet the same quality standards as they have always had.”

The company’s website www.madcowrocketry.com will be updated to include all Aero Pack products in the near future.
Visit Aero Pack
Copyright © 2021 Madcow Rocketry, All rights reserved.
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Aero Pack Announcement

Gary Slater
 

Hmmm


Begin forwarded message:

From: Madcow Rocketry <order@...>
Date: February 22, 2021 at 10:55:07 AM CST
To: gws77@...
Subject: Aero Pack Announcement
Reply-To: Madcow Rocketry <order@...>



Madcow Rocketry announces Acquisition of Aero Pack

Madcow Rocketry is pleased to announce the acquisition of Aero Pack.  Effective immediately, sales of all Aero Pack products will move to Madcow Rocketry.

Since 1995 Aero Pack has been a leader in high-grade aluminum Quick-Change Motor Retainers for both the amateur and commercial High Power Rocketry markets.  Madcow Rocketry Director Mike Stoop said, “Madcow Rocketry is pleased to add Aero Pack’s products and services to our in-house sales.  We plan to continue the excellent manufacturing and design legacy with currently in place processes and services.  We are pleased that Bob Mosley is continuing to stay involved to ensure Aero Pack’s products meet the same quality standards as they have always had.”

The company’s website www.madcowrocketry.com will be updated to include all Aero Pack products in the near future.
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Re: Temporary Dinuts

Gary Slater
 

And I’m not even sure they will be making them.  They will be limited locations. 

On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:13 AM, Greg Smith <gregs@...> wrote:



Unfortunately the closest Krispy Kreme store appears to be in Bloomington. Anybody want to make a field trip to pick up a couple dozen?

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 10:09 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Temporary Dinuts

 

Make that “Donuts”



On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:08 AM, Gary Slater <gws77@...> wrote:



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Re: Temporary Dinuts

Greg Smith
 

Unfortunately the closest Krispy Kreme store appears to be in Bloomington. Anybody want to make a field trip to pick up a couple dozen?

 

- GDS

 

 

 

From: cia-rocketry@groups.io [mailto:cia-rocketry@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Slater
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 10:09 AM
To: cia-rocketry@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cia-rocketry] Temporary Dinuts

 

Make that “Donuts”



On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:08 AM, Gary Slater <gws77@...> wrote:



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