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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1071] Re: WAG


Thread: [IAC-L:1071] Re: WAG

Message: [IAC-L:1071] Re: WAG

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From: reniska at (Kim Reniska)

Date: Thu, 25 Sep 1997 16:44:43 UTC


 Joseph F. Rosenberger writes:
 > Thanks for the recount of the events in Turkey.  It's the first thing I've
 > seen on the net that at least makes me feel like I know what went on.  And,
 > now for the question that all of us Chapter 34 folks want to know: how did our
 > esteemed leader Ken Hadden fare?  Thanks again, Kim, for your excellent
 > reporting!  JR

Ken got off to a slow start, but finished 12th in the Unknown which
put him in 30th place overall after 3 flights. That was when the
contest was called due to low clouds on Friday 9/19.

I was the next highest US pilot at 41rst.

As a team we did not plavec in the top three obviously, but we did
beat the UK, Japan,Luxembourg and maybe one or two other small


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