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  1. LN400's post in Angle of attack for rockets? was marked as the answer   
    The AoA for a rocket is simply the angle between the longitudinal axis (the center marker on your nav ball) and the direction of flight (the prograde marker).
     
    Basically, what it means is: Keep the nose of the rocket centered on the prograde marker.
     
    EDIT
    Have a look at page 2
    http://www.philsrockets.org.uk/forces.pdf
  2. LN400's post in ANSWERED. All things fairings. was marked as the answer   
    Answered. See OP. Thanks for your time anyway.
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