Civil Air Patrol's Model Rocketry

 

Is an achievement program for cadets interested in the science, technology, and flight of model rockets

 

Cadets have to pass a written and hands on requirements for each of the three stages (Redstone, Titan and Saturn) certified by their unit commander, will be awarded the Cadet Model Rocketry Badge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 1 Redstone:

 

Cadets must past test on rocket history and build two non-solid fuel rockets. Fizzy Rockets using film canister as an engine and water and Alka-Seltzer as fuel. A Goddard rubber band rocket uses pipe insulation and foam trays for fins.

 

 

 

Stage 2 Titan:

 

Cadets learn about Newton’s laws of motion and build and launch a single stage rocket.

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 3 Saturn:

 

Cadets are required to pass an examination on how to determine a model rocket's altitude at the apogee of its flight. Cadet are required to build one of the following options: Build a two-stage rocket or build a model rocket that is capable of carrying a payload of at least 3 ounces to an altitude of 300' or more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Civil Air Patrol's Model Rocketry

 

Is an achievement program for cadets interested in the science, technology, and flight of model rockets

 

Cadets have to pass a written and hands on requirements for each of the three stages (Redstone, Titan and Saturn) certified by their unit commander, will be awarded the Cadet Model Rocketry Badge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 1 Redstone:

 

Cadets must past test on rocket history and build two non-solid fuel rockets.

Fizzy Rockets using film canister as an engine and water and Alka-Seltzer as fuel.

A Goddard rubber band rocket uses pipe insulation and foam trays for fins.

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 2 Titan:

 

Cadets learn about Newton’s laws of motion and build and launch a single stage rocket.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 3 Saturn:

 

 

 

Cadets are required to pass an examination on how to determine a model rocket's altitude at the apogee of its flight. Cadet are required to build one of the following options: Build a two-stage rocket or build a model rocket that is capable of carrying a payload of at least 3 ounces to an altitude of 300' or more.

 

 

 

 

 

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Civil Air Patrol's Model Rocketry

 

Is an achievement program for cadets interested in the science, technology, and flight of model rockets

 

Cadets have to pass a written and hands on requirements for each of the three stages (Redstone, Titan and Saturn) certified by their unit commander, will be awarded the Cadet Model Rocketry Badge

 

 

 

 

Stage 1 Redstone:

 

Cadets must past test on rocket history and build two non-solid fuel rockets.

Fizzy Rockets using film canister as an engine and water and Alka-Seltzer as fuel.

A Goddard rubber band rocket uses pipe insulation and foam trays for fins.

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 2 Titan:

 

Cadets learn about Newton’s laws of motion and build and launch a single stage rocket.

 

 

 

Stage 3 Saturn:

 

 

 

Cadets are required to pass an examination on how to determine a model rocket's altitude at the apogee of its flight. Cadet are required to build one of the following options: Build a two-stage rocket or build a model rocket that is capable of carrying a payload of at least 3 ounces to an altitude of 300' or more.

 

 

 

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Civil Air Patrol's Model Rocketry

 

Is an achievement program for cadets interested in the science, technology, and flight of model rockets

 

Cadets have to pass a written and hands on requirements for each of the three stages (Redstone, Titan and Saturn) certified by their unit commander, will be awarded the Cadet Model Rocketry Badge

 

 

 

Civil Air Patrol's Model Rocketry

 

Is an achievement program for cadets interested in the science, technology, and flight of model rockets

 

Cadets have to pass a written and hands on requirements for each of the three stages (Redstone, Titan and Saturn) certified by their unit commander, will be awarded the Cadet Model Rocketry Badge

 

 

 

Stage 1 Redstone:

 

Cadets must past test on rocket history and build two non-solid fuel rockets.

Fizzy Rockets using film canister as an engine and water and Alka-Seltzer as fuel.

A Goddard rubber band rocket uses pipe insulation and foam trays for fins.

 

 

 

Stage 2 Titan:

 

Cadets learn about Newton’s laws of motion and build and launch a single stage rocket.

 

 

 

Stage 3 Saturn:

 

 Cadets are required to pass an examination on how to determine a model rocket's altitude at the apogee of its flight. Cadet are required to build one of the following options: Build a two-stage rocket or build a model rocket that is capable of carrying a payload of at least 3 ounces to an altitude of 300' or more.

 

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