Sparky motors are an on the field decision. The approval for these motors will be a day to day decision so have a back up plan if you want to fly sparky motors.
Member Contact Information
We do not publish or share membership information. We do our absolute best to maintain your privacy. The only people who may view your website information are the website administrators. The only people who may view your membership information are the club officers.
You pay discounted launch fees. You are able to vote for the local club officers for the national club(s) that you are a member of.
One year (12 months) from the month you join.
Is a club membership required for the ROSCO/ICBM launches? If so, where can I find the application and how much is the membership dues?
You do not need to be a member to attend ROSCO/ICBM launches. You can launch as a non-member but the launch fees are higher to fly.
You may find our membership fees here and launch fees here. Please contact the club secretary for a membership application.
All membership dues are currently paid on the field.
Type of Launch
There are two types of launches: Sport and Research. All NAR sponsored launches are sport launches. At sport launches, you can only launch commercially made motors that are manufactured by a professional manufacturer and certified. Simply, the motor was commercially manufactured and purchased from a vendor.
Research launches are sponsored by Tripoli. Some of the motors flown may be homemade. You can still fly commercial high power, mid power, and low power motors at any of our launches.
ICBM launches follow the TRA safety code. Most, but not all, of our ICBM launches allow the use of research motors. These are referred to as research launches. Commercial motors may be used during research launches. ROSCO launches follow the NAR safety code. Only commercial motors may be used at ROSCO launches. These are referred to as sport launches.
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