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Quanah Rocket

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Hidden : 6/30/2003
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Terrain:
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The Quanah Rocket, a U.S. Army meteorologic rocket was fired from White Sands, New Mexico. The rocket was named after one of Quanahs' favorite son's Kenneth Jenkins (Project Engineer and Rocket Designer). The rocket would fly at speeds in excess of 4,500 feet per second. To claim this cache, e-mail me the answer to the following question. What was the peak altitude of this rocket?
This cache was placed by a member of the
Texas Geocaching Association.

Texas Geocaching Association
Kid Friendly Lunchtime Cache Nightcaching Handicap Access Dogs Allowed
Less than 100 ft. from car to cache
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