> << But the TRA safety code _does_ apply to members launching privately. >>
> So you're violating the TRA safety code by doing amateur rocketry with only a
> Level 1 cert. Guess we'd better kick you out too. :)
That is the whole point Ray (and Fred). Selective enforcement is used,
not comnplete enforcement or even mostly enforcement.
> BTW, you're using the same argument the NAR used back when they were booting
> out people who flew G motors. TRA doesn't operate that way and hopefully
> will. Even the NAR doesn't do that anymore.
So it boots people out for arbitrary reasons, but not THOSE arbitrary
> Of course, if someone were to do something really stupid and cause a major
> incident, that could be considered grounds for suspension even if it was not
> a TRA event.
Some guy who made and set off explosives at a Black Rock launch was
expelled for 3 years.
I am going on 12 years for a false charge the FAA itself said "go away"
Jerry Irvine, Box 1242, Claremont, California 91711 USA
Please bring common sense back to rocketry administration.
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