August 2021 SubCommittee Report #125

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  • PaulC
    • Feb 2003
    • 1542

    August 2021 SubCommittee Report #125

    Attention all hands,

    The August 2021 issue of the SubCommittee Report is now ready for your reading enjoyment.

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    Current members can download it here: August 2021 SubCommittee Report

    The usual reminder: It will likely be quicker to download the file and save it to your computer (using "right-mouse-click" and "save file as") then opening it up directly in your web browser.

    The SCR is in PDF format, which means that you can read it on your PC, tablet, etc. or you can print it out and read it wherever is most convenient for you.
    Warm regards,

    Paul Crozier
  • dono
    SubCommittee Member
    • Feb 2003
    • 1260

    Thanks Jeff and your team for another great SCR.



    • jefftytoo
      SubCommittee Member
      • Mar 2003
      • 920

      Many thanks, Don! So little activity here—sure hope people are seeing it and reading it.


      • Ralph --- SSBN 598
        Junior Member
        • Oct 2012
        • 1417

        Yes, I am reading it.
        Usually the first day to is posted.
        Jeff, thanks for your efforts.


        • sam reichart
          Past President
          • Feb 2003
          • 1301

          as always, thanks to the crew that makes this magazine happen! good stuff in this one!


          • scott t
            • Feb 2003
            • 879

            Jeff and article contributors great job!

            I usually do a quick scan of the articles then go back to them over the week.

            Tom liked your article on camera enclosure.
            Next read will be Jeff's harder model work.


            • jefftytoo
              SubCommittee Member
              • Mar 2003
              • 920

              Many thanks to all replying above—we DO aim to please here at the SCR editorial offices. ;-)(Which is more than I can say for my sister’s dog’s aim.) :-o