LDRS42 Certification Congrats

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3 days 16 hours ago #12107 by guyw
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Congratulations to Jim Salem and both the Lehmann brothers for their successful certifications at LDRS42 in Potter, NY.
Jim had a great flight up and down for his level 3 cert. The Lehmanns flew one right after the other and both had very successful
level 1 certs the day after turning 18.

Guy.

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3 days 15 hours ago #12108 by KennB
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Congratulation to all involved in the CMASS triple header.

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3 days 3 hours ago #12109 by deangelo54
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Congratulations Jim. Level 3 is quite an accomplishment. If I may borrow a quote from the 2003 Discovery Channel Rocketry Challenge series, that is the equivalent of a PhD in rocketry.

Congratulations to the Lehmann brothers. You didn't waste anytime getting your L1 certifications. Equally amazing is how long you all have been involved with rocketry with your father.

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3 days 1 hour ago #12110 by deangelo54
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These is a section in the Gallery to post your LDRS 42 photos. I am sure we all would love to see them.

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3 days 56 minutes ago #12111 by KennB
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Congrats, too, to Joshua Drummond, our Happy Chutes vendor, on attaining his L3.

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2 days 23 hours ago #12112 by deangelo54
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I am so glad to hear that Josh got his Level 3. He had a beautiful rocket that CATOed when we were at the June 1st METRA launch. The engine exploded and it rained rocket parts.
Check out Josh's Journey to Level 3 video series on Youtube called Newtons per Second. It is most enjoyable.
www.youtube.com/@newtonspersecond/videos

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