the Tornado-Seeking Rocket Scientists!
Plans fail for the lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed (Proverbs 15:22 NIV).
|Brian Waldrop, K5BWX-
Brian is the creator of the Tornado-Seeking Rocket concept. He is hopeful that his team's efforts will result in the first reliable delivery system for use in tornado study. Brian's responsibilities on the chase include stormchase navigator and rocket launch technician.
his favorite quotes: "Professionals
built the Titanic, but amateurs built the Ark."
Dwight formerly provided the Tennessee testing site for rocket development. Now he coordinates communication with chase team vehicles, National Weather Service Offices, and other amateur radio operators in areas where the chase takes place. Real-time information is very valuable in stormchasing and Dwight's skill will give us a sharper edge. Rocket testing has also given him experience in rocket deployment. See more here
New Whiteland, IN
of weather, enthusiasm,
and relational skills are what this project needs to pave the way to
success. He promotes the project through his radio
shows and podcast shows. Listen to Michael's shows at PodWeather.com. Much of this project's success is from Michael's effort.
- Test Launch Assistant
The kids call him SpiderMan, but Brian calls him the Rocket Retriever! Clint helps in securing launch fields and assists with the location of rockets after landings. See Clint's and Brian's test-launch adventures at the main page.
Ramsey- Rocket Designer
North Augusta, SC
designing skill has offered a clever
solution to our needs in rocket tail stabilization. If you
have a question
rockets, Aaron is the man to ask. Aaron's adventurous "take
the edge" personality led me to seek him out for this project.