If you have something big you feel like flying at NARAM, bring it on out! Registration is open online through Tuesday (www.naram.org), and you can also just pay cash at the field if that’s your preference.
We are pleased to announce that NARAM-60 will include the Fly-It/Take-It program. This is an excellent opportunity for the NAR community to “pay it forward” and introduce the joy of model rocketry to the next generation of rocket flier.
Use of Radio Control: Due to site owner insurance being through the NAR only, the use of radio control (R/C) at NARAM-60 is strictly limited to rocket-boosted R/C aircraft. The flying of any other form of R/C aircraft is prohibited. Being a current member of the AMA (which provides members with its own insurance protection) does not exempt you from this site owner R/C restriction.
High Power Contest Events
We have two exciting High Power Contest Events for NARAM-60:
—”I” Waterloft Altitude with 1000 ml (1 liter) payload per Section 10.2 of the attached High Power Competition Rules
—5300 feet Set Altitude per Section 10.4 of the attached High Power Competition Rules
High Power Events can be flown from Saturday, August 4 – Tuesday, August 7, 2018.
The NAR will host a Sport Range area. The Sport Range will be managed by S.C.O.R.E., the site host club.
An FAA Waiver will be in place to fly up to 8,000′ AGL.
Staff on hand can certify you for both NAR and TRA L1 & L2 (including administration of Level 2 tests)
Work with your TAP or L3CC if you are going after your L3 certification at NARAM-60
Flights up to complex M and simple N motors can be accommodated.
Pads will be available with all standard rod and rail sizes up to 1.5″ rail. A 17-foot launch tower will be available at the 1,000 foot cell for larger launches.If you need non-standard launch equipment for your project, please contact the Sport Range Manager Ben Whitfield.
A number of motor vendors will be on site to take care of your motor needs. Please contact one of them to reserve motors in advance.
High Power Bulletins
If questioned, fliers must provide evidence that any high-powered rocket that they present for flight will not exceed the 8,000′ waiver ceiling limit in effect.
No one without a NARAM name badge is allowed past the spectator barrier.
No one under-age or not certified for the applicable motor impulse will be allowed past the safety check with a rocket containing a high power motor unless accompanied by an appropriately certified sponsor.
All igniters for high power rockets will be installed only at the pad before the flight, They must be brought to the safety check-in desk separately from, but along with the rocket.
Sensitive igniters (such at “electric match” and” flash bulb” ) must be shorted out until hooked up to the range launch control system at the pad.
Altimeters with ejection charges are not to be powered up until the rocket is at the pad and raised for flight .
All motors must be currently certified to be flown on the NARAM field.
We use FRS radios to announce our events, so bring your radios, and listen along.
We are planning on having a food truck or two on the field during the week. Nothing is confirmed yet. A reminder that it is roughly 10 miles to town and a variety of eating establishments.