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 1 
 on: Today at 09:11:31 AM 
Started by Kirk G - Last post by Gary
Excellent response Joe!

 2 
 on: October 14, 2018, 12:28:46 PM 
Started by Kirk G - Last post by joe
Hi Kirk,
The process is relatively simple.  When you arrive you register as a flyer and pay the fees for what you are flying.
You go ahead and prep your rocket and fill out a flight card.  These are available on a table near the LCO. 

Once the flight card is filled out you take the rocket to the RSO, this may be a designated station or designated  person/s depending on the size of the launch. 

Once the RSO signs off on your rocket you will go to the LCO and you will be instructed as to what bank and pad to take your rocket to for launch.  If you are unfamiliar with the system and pads someone will go with you to explain everything.
You will write on your flight card the pad number you used and you will give it to the LCO when you are ready to launch.

The LCO will usually ask if you are ready to launch before the countdown begins.

 3 
 on: October 14, 2018, 12:02:30 PM 
Started by bob - Last post by greylond
Working fine for me.

 4 
 on: October 13, 2018, 09:35:54 PM 
Started by Kirk G - Last post by Kirk G
Can somebody outline the process for bringing in a new (previously flown) MPR rocket to a launch?  Is there an RSO conducting inspections before launch?  Is there a cue, or flight cards?  Please advise.


 5 
 on: October 13, 2018, 09:33:28 PM 
Started by bob - Last post by Kirk G
Is everyone getting email notifications from the forum?


Not getting email notices.


 6 
 on: October 05, 2018, 09:19:56 AM 
Started by Gary - Last post by Gary

With Steve Temple’s announcement that he is leaving rocketry, I have had several inquiries regarding the status of Tripoli Mid-Ohio. We are alive and well, and will be resuming launch operations once the crops have been harvested.


Steve will be missed as a TMO regular, board member, and flyer. I know that he will be at our launches selling his collection of rockets, kits, motors and “stuff”. I urge you to come out even if you are not launching and see what he has available. That big trailer & barn held a lot of rocket treasures!


Bill Good has been gracious enough to lend the prefecture his trailer to store the equipment. It is not as spacious as Steve’s trailer but it will serve the purpose.


Stay tuned for updates regarding the start of the 2018/2019 season.


SYATNL……..


 7 
 on: October 01, 2018, 12:52:28 PM 
Started by Gary - Last post by Gary
Hello TMO faithful!


I have had a lot of inquires regarding the start of our 18/19 season. It looks like we are still about a month out from having access. In the mean time, get those rockets ready and stay tuned!

 8 
 on: September 27, 2018, 09:14:57 PM 
Started by rocketboyz - Last post by rocketboyz
Folks the day has come that I will be leaving the hobby.  I am selling all of my rocketry items including the trailer.  Stay tuned as I will be posting some pictures of all the items along with a spreadsheet.   


I do intend to bring these items to the first launch of the season, so spread the word in the event that someone cannot attend that lives near you, you may desire to take the items to them.


I will be set up to take CC, albeit I will need to add 2.75% back to the HEAVILY DISCOUNTED ITEMS.


I currently have apprx $10k of motors, cases, rockets etc.


All I can say" It's been a great 14 years"  Thanks for the great memories and great friendships!


Carpe Caelum.




 9 
 on: June 14, 2018, 10:36:42 AM 
Started by rocketboyz - Last post by rocketboyz
Date: Sunday, July 15th
Location: Springfield Regional Airport
Time:3:00 PM Rocket Assembly  4:00 PM launch
Demo flights of larger rockets after we launch small rockets


We will want to set up at 2:00 PM - please arrive early to help.


This event has grown every year with more and more vintage aircraft attending each year.  Dewey has worked hard to promote a variety of aviation concepts.  It's a great opportunity for more people to learn more about us. 


Frankly, I have met TWO people at this event that own land around our field,  This opportunity has given them a chance to get to know us and buy in to what we do.


I encourage ALL to attend this event if you can.   Please RSVP to me at steve@teamohiorocketry.com if you can help.

 10 
 on: June 14, 2018, 10:35:41 AM 
Started by rocketboyz - Last post by rocketboyz
Date: Sunday, July 15th
Location: Springfield Regional Airport
Time:3:00 PM Rocket Assembly  4:00 PM launch
Demo flights of larger rockets after we launch small rockets


We will want to set up at 2:00 PM - please arrive early to help.


This event has grown every year with more and more vintage aircraft attending each year.  Dewey has worked hard to promote a variety of aviation concepts.  It's a great opportunity for more people to learn more about us. 


Frankly, I have met TWO people at this event that own land around our field,  This opportunity has given them a chance to get to know us and buy in to what we do.


I encourage ALL to attend this event if you can.   Please RSVP to me at steve@teamohiorocketry.com if you can help.

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