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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1707] Re: Alternate Sequences


Thread: [IAC-L:1707] Re: Alternate Sequences

Message: [IAC-L:1707] Re: Alternate Sequences

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From: "Allyson Parker-Lauck" <princess at>

Date: Tue, 04 Nov 1997 15:11:08 UTC


 I think Dave Lammers is the one who should be thanked.  Without his efforts,
this thing could have just died as "yeah, that's a good idea" and never
would have been researched, proposed, and put into action.

Thanks Dave for this excellent new rule.  It will not surprise me at all if
I get to fly this sequence in more than one contest next year, given the
weather history our Texas and Oklahoma contests have had.

Take care,
Allyson Parker-Lauck
Ponca City, OK

P.S....Didn't Dr. Rihn say that earthquakes are more common than rain in
California in August?  :-)

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Lammers <lammers.david at>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iac-l at>
Date: Tuesday, November 04, 1997 8:35 AM
Subject: [IAC-L:1705] Alternate Sequences

>Rules change 98-14, dealing with Alternate sequences for use with lower
>ceilings, passed its final gate, and won unanimous approval at the IAC
>Board meeting in Oshkosh this weekend.  I personally thank each of you
>who worked with me in sequence design, flight evaluation, and critique.
>When these are published soon in Sport Aerobatics (for use next year), I
>venture to say that, because of all of your fine efforts, they will be
>the most thoroughly flight evaluated new sequences ever in the history
>of IAC.  We've succeeded in giving Contest Directors another tool to
>help them achieve successful contests, and improved the safety situation
>at the same time.  (I know you California and Arizona folks are either
>yawning, don't care, or have already hit the delete button).
>Thanks for your help!
>Dave Lammers


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