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DaveAllen

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Does anyone happen to know, that when I have a junior 1 NAR licence, and have now turned 18, does it automatically turn into a standard NAR level 1 certification? (So I don't have to re-cert for level one?) Because now that I'm 18, I would like to go for my level 2 this week at LDRS.
 

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That's correct. You are now full Level 1. Congratulations. Good luck with the test and flight for L2. See rule 14:

When the HPR Level 1 Junior Participant member turns 18 years of age, the adult supervision requirements are lifted and the participation level converts to that of a NAR Senior member, a full HPR Level 1 Certification. At that time the member also becomes eligible to attempt their NAR L2 HPR certification.

https://www.nar.org/high-power-rocketry-info/formal-participation-procedure/

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Thanks for the help guys guys! :) I contacted NAR and got my official level one Licence! Will be out at LDRS to go for my level 2!
 
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