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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:882] Re: Alternate Sequences


Thread: [IAC-L:882] Re: Alternate Sequences

Message: [IAC-L:882] Re: Alternate Sequences

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From: "David L. Dingman" <ddingman at>

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 1997 02:10:09 UTC


 Dave Lammers wrote:
> Regarding the rules proposal for alternate sequences for use during
> lower ceiling conditions, I am preparing my final report for the rules
> committee and need your input.  Please review the article on page 40 of
> the July issue of S/A.
> To date, I've had no objections to the Basic and Advanced sequences.
> Several Citabria pilots have asked that the last three figures in the
> Sportsman sequence be reordered for energy reasons which has been
> accomplished, one intermediate pilot reported altitude problems which he
> thought would be fixed with practice, and the unlimited sequence is
> being reevaluated.
> I need your input regarding A.) the concept in general, and B.) the
> proposed sequences.  ALL WRITTEN input will be included in this final
> report.  Many of you have given me verbal input of encouragement,
> however, I would appreciate a brief note for inclusion in the report. My
> deadline is September 15.
> Please send your e-mail comments to lammers.david at
> Thanks for your help!!!!!!!!!!!
> Dave Lammers
Dave, Good work.  I flew the Advanced program today and it goes nicely
in 1000 ft. of airspace with no loss of altitude even at SLC on a warm
day.  How about expanding the concept to freestyle and unknowns.

Dave Dingman


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